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Experiential Learning

One of the best ways to learn is by applying those skills to real-life situations. As part of your degree, you are required to do experiential learning. This can be done in several ways:

  • Volunteering at an organization
  • Completing projects for an organization or company as part of your coursework in a class
  • Interning at a company

Some courses that are designated as fulfilling this requirement are:

  • ANTH 48214  Politics of Culture
  • CHDS 20092  Field Experience I: Middle Childhood
  • COMT 21092  Computer Practicum
  • COMT 36392  Internship for Computer Technology Students
  • MCED 42358  Student Teaching in Middle Childhood
  • NURS 43000  Health Promotion in Professional Nursing Practice
  • PSYC 31498  Undergraduate Research
  • PSYC 31574  Research Methods in Psychology

For more information, go to http://www2.kent.edu/catalog/2014/info/courseinformation/elr