Arts & Science students have the opportunity to participate in different experiential education courses, such as ARTSSCI 4MN1: Local Explorations, ARTSSCI 4MN2: Movement and Integration, ARTSSCI 3CU3: Alumni Experience Inquiry, EXPLORE 3IE1/3IE2/3IE3: Interdisciplinary Experiences, EXPLORE 3IS0: Interdisciplinary Science Field Work, and EXPLORE 3IS3: Interdisciplinary Science Field Camp.
The New World of Work Forum is designed to provide hands-on project management experience to four students chosen to serve on the Student Project Management Team as well as to bring in speakers and presenters to interact with Arts & Science Program students on topics that reflect the world of work in the 21st century.
The Arts & Science Program has collaborated with the Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teaching to provide students with exciting ways to become involved with pedagogical research and innovation: learn more about the Artsci Student Scholars program and ARTSSCI 3F03: Experiential Project in Teaching and Learning.
The Common Reading Program and MOOSE provide incoming Arts & Science students with their first opportunities for experiential education during Welcome Week, a time of orientation immediately before classes begin in September!
Please follow the links below for information on additional experiential learning opportunities: