Experiential Learning Courses in H&S

This listing contains information about courses offered in H&S departments that have experiential learning content. In addition to the courses listed here, we invite students to explore the performance-based courses in the departments of Theatre Arts and Art; many of the courses offered in these departments provide hands-on opportunities to study and develop professional technique and artistic skills.

The list below contains courses organized by department. To see courses organized by type of experiential learning, use the following links:

Anthropology - Service Learning in Native America (ANTH 14500)

Anthropology - Service Learning in Native America (ANTH 14500)

Service Learning: Students participate in hands on activities and field experiences in the homeland of Native Americans.

Art History - Art and Politics in Paris (ARTH 27515)

Art History - Art and Politics in Paris (ARTH 27515)

Cultural Immersion: Short-term study abroad program to Paris in which students participate in on-site analysis of buildings, urban spaces, and museum

Communication Studies - Internship: Communication Studies (CMST 39500)

Communication Studies - Internship: Communication Studies (CMST 39500)

Professional Practice: Communications Studies non-majors and minors design an experience in consultation with a faculty sponsor and site supervisor.

Communication Studies - Internship: Communciations Studies (CMST 49500)

Communication Studies - Internship: Communciations Studies (CMST 49500)

Professional Practice: Communications Studies majors design an experience in consultation with a faculty sponsor and site supervisor.

Education - Early Field Experience: Theory and Practice (EDUC 21910)

Education - Early Field Experience: Theory and Practice (EDUC 21910)

Professional Practice: Teacher education students complete 50 hours of fieldwork in a classroom setting in the public schools.

Education - Education for Social Change (EDUC 26000)

Education - Education for Social Change (EDUC 26000)

Professional Practice: Students engage in project-centered learning and work weekly in schools and youth-service agencies.

Education - Culture and Community in Education and Teaching (EDUC 37000)

Education - Culture and Community in Education and Teaching (EDUC 37000)

Professional Practice: Students develop projects in,and work with, a community program or school.

Environmental Studies & Sciences - Environmental Science and Technology (ENVS 12100)

Environmental Studies & Sciences - Environmental Science and Technology (ENVS 12100)

Service Learning: Students participate in a hands-on assignment with a community organization using technology to help solve environmental problems.

Environmental Studies and Sciences - Belize Immersion (ENVS 205)

Environmental Studies and Sciences - Belize Immersion (ENVS 205)

Culture Immersion - A short-term study abroad experience to Belize in which students participate in on-site analysis of impacts on biodiversity.

History - History of American Environmental Thought (HIST 27000)

History - History of American Environmental Thought (HIST 27000)

Undergraduate Research: Students conduct local environmental history research projects.

Italian - Italy: Language and Culture (ITAL 20500)

Italian - Italy: Language and Culture (ITAL 20500)

Cultural Immersion: Short-term study abroad program based primarily in Siena, Italy.

Writing - Proposal and Grant Writing (WRTG 31700)

Writing - Proposal and Grant Writing (WRTG 31700)

Professional Practice, Service Learning: Student teams partner with non-profit administrators in community organizations to produce grant proposals.


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