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|INTR 20395 - Experiential Learning in the Humanities and Social Sciences|
This course will enable students to receive 0- to 1-credits for a minimum of 40 hours in experiences such as faculty-led study abroad, job shadowing, service-learning, and student-faculty research. Through goal-setting and reflection, students will make use of their discipline-based knowledge and skills in their out-of-classroom experience. Students must secure their experience independently, and submit an online application to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Center for Professional Success to be entered into this course. This course will satisfy the Experiential Learning requirement of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Course requirements will include a Statement of Intent with three goals for the experience; a Midterm Progress Report, and a Final Reflective Essay. Hours must be logged and signed off on by supervisor. This course will be graded P/NC.
0.000 TO 1.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
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