Courses

The course sections on this page will be considered for Beyond the Classroom credit. Students who satisfactorily complete a course will be awarded 20 points.

Note: Only the courses taught by the instructors listed below will count for experiential learning credit. 

Learn more and submit a course to be considered for Beyond the Classroom Experiential Learning designation → 

The deadline for Spring 2020 class designation is October 1, 2019.  

Each credit hour is worth 6 2/3 points, making a standard 3 credit hour class worth 20 points.  If you have questions about how this may affect your point total, please contact the Experiential Learning Coordinator at 425-5825.

Beyond the Classroom Experiential Learning Course Section Listing:

 
Subject
Code
Section Title
Section Instructor(s)
Accounting
     
ACC
3900
Internship in Accounting
Dan Hollingsworth/Jaclyn Wooten-York
Anthropology
     
ANTH
3350
Archaeology Field School
Nicholas Honerkamp
Art
     
ART
1000
Introduction to Contemporary Art Practices
Kathryn Hargrave
ART
1020
Space and Sequence
All Instructors
ART
4690
Professional Practices in Graphic Design
Aggie Toppins
ART
4910
Professional Preparations for the Visual Artist
All Instructors
Biology, Environmental Science
     
BIOL, ESC
1100 1
Conservation of Biodiversity(internet only, fall/spring only)
All instructors
BIOL, ESC
4540
Plant Ecology
Jennifer Boyd
Business
     
BUS
2900
Experiential Learning: Business Mentor Program in the College of Business
Irene Hillman
BUS
3410
Success Seminar: Career Development
Irene Hillman
Communication
     
COMM
3700
Photojournalism I
Billy Weeks
COMM
4000
Podcasting
Will Davis
COMM
4350
Publication Design II
Chandler Harriss
COMM
4750
Photojournalism II
Billy Weeks
COMM
4850
Communication Internship
Nicole Brown
Computer Science
     
CPSC
3610
Ethical and Social Issues in Computing
Claire McCullough
CPSC/BIO 
4999
Introduction to Computational Genomics
Hong Qin
Criminal Justice
     
CRMJ
4780
Internship
Sara Knox
CRMJ
4790
 Advanced Internship
Sara Knox
Education
     
EDUC
2010
Education in the United States
All Instructors
EDUC
4170
Technology and Learning
Jennifer Ellis
Early Childhood
     
ECHD
2460
Home, School and Community Partnerships
Krysta Murillo
ECHD
4050
Early Childhood Practicuum
Jill Sobon
Chemical Engineering
     
ENCH
1000
Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Brad Harris
English
     
ENGL
1020
Environmental Rhetoric and Composition II 
Clayton Jones
ENGL
2070
Topics in Rhetoric: Environmental Literature
Joe Wilferth
ENGL 
2700
Creative Writing
Carrie Meadows, Kristine Whorton
ENGL
3750
Poetry
Andrew Najberg
ENGL
3830
Writing Beyond the Academy
Rik Hunter
ENGL
4800
Writing Workshop: Grant Writing
Lauren Ingraham
ENGL
4860
Visual Rhetoric
Rik Hunter
ENGL
4910
Writing Workshop-Design for Writers
Carrie Meadows
ENGL
4960
Internship
Tracye Pool
ENGL
4980
Public Argument
Rebecca Jones
ENGL
4000
The Transnational Novel: Toward a Praxis
James Arnett
ENGL
4870/4970
Creaturely Rhetoric/Critter Literature
Heather Palmer
Engineering
     
ENGR
1850
Introduction to Engineering Design
Cecelia Wigal, Louie Elliott
ENEE
4999
Embedded Systems for Space Applications
Daniel Loveless
Environmental Science
     
ESC
4998
Thoreau’s Walden: Reading, Exploring, Journaling
Brad Reynolds
Environmental Science, Biology, Geology and University Honors
     
ESC, BIOL-GEOL, UHON
4960
Tropical Island Ecology and Geology
Dawn Ford
Entrepreneurship
     
ETR
3900
Internship in Entrepreneurship
Beverly Brockman/Jaclyn Wooten-York
ETR
4999
 Solutions Scholars/Opportunity Assessment
Beverly Brockman
Engineering Technology Management
     
ETEM
1320
Introduction to Materials for Construction and Technology
Wolday Abrha
ETEM
4500
Engineering Management Design
Wolday Abrha
Finance
     
FIN
3210
Investments I
Christi Wann
FIN
3900
Academic Internship Program
Beverly Brockman/
Jaclyn Wooten-York
FIN
4210
Investments II
Christi Wann
FIN
4880
Seminar in Portfolio Management
Chris Brockman
FIN
4999
SMILE Fund
Hunter Holzhauer
Geography
     
GEOG
2210
Maps and Mapping
Shannon McCarragher
Health and Human Performance
     
HHP
2020
Camping and Outdoor Education
Andrew Bailey
HHP
4790/4800
Internships in Sport, Outdoor Rec. and Tourism Management (SORT)
Eric Hungenberg
HHP
4950
 Internship in Exercise Science
Amanda Durall
HHP
3070
Outdoor Leadership Skills
Andrew Bailey
HHP
3060
Outdoor Recreation
Andrew Bailey
HHP
4490
Physical Activity Epidemiology
Gregory Heath
HHP
 4999
Community Experiential Learning 
Shewanee Howard-Baptiste
History
     
HIST
3460
American South to 1865
Michael Thompson
HIST
4500
African American Women
Susan Eckelmann Berghel
HIST
4920
Internships in History
Michael Thompson
Humanities
     
HUM
4999
The Geography of Happiness
David Pleins 
Interior Architecture
     
IARC
1900
Study Tour
Catherine Kendall
IARC
2200
Interior Materials
Jessica Etheredge
IARC
4150 4151
Senior Thesis
Jessica Etheredge
IARC
4900r
Internship
Dana Moody
Marketing
     
MKT
4310
Digital Marketing
Joy Lin
MKT
3900
Internship in Marketing
Beverly Brockman/Jaclyn Wooten-York
MKT
4500
Marketing Research
Joy Lin
Management
     
MGT
3150
Management Theory, Concepts and Practice
All Instructors(no Internet Sections)
MGT
3900
Internship in Management
Kathleen Wheatley/Jaclyn Wooten-York
MGT
4370
Workplace Learning and Training
Lisa Burke-Smalley
MGT
4410
Senior Seminar
Irene Hillman
MGT
4400
Strategic Management
Frank Butler, Nai Lamb
MGT
4440
Strategic Issues in Human Resource Management
Katherine Karl
MGT
4550
Project Management
Frank Butler
MGT
4950
International Business Experience
All Instructors
Modern Languages
     
MLNG
 2000
Encountering Global Cultures
Matthew Stuckwisch
Music
     
MUS
0026
Women's Chorale
Allison Allerton
MUS
0027
Men's Chorus
Allison Allerton
MUS
3360
Choral Methods
Allison Allerton
Nursing
     
NURS
2300
Introduction to Forensic Nursing
Priscilla Simms-Roberson
NURS
3350
Care of the Childbearing Family
Angel Collier
NURS
3260
Care of the Patient with Mental Health Needs
Robin Pearlstein
NURS
4800
Community Health Nursing
Robyn Tobias
Nutrition
     
NUTR
3360
Community Nutrition
Melissa Powell
NUTR
4350
Motivational Interviewing and Nutrition Counseling Lab
Charlene Schmidt
NUTR
4370
Medical Nutrition Therapy I
Charlene Schmidt
NUTR
4390
Medical Nutrition Therapy II
Charlene Schmidt
Philosophy and Religion
     
PHIL-REL
2350
Popular Culture, Religion and Philosophy
Ethan Mills
Political Science and Public Service
     
POLS
3430
American Foreign Policy
Jessica Auchter
POLS
4610
Political Science Internship
Christopher Horne
PSPS
4910
Public Administration/Nonprofit Management Internship
Michelle Evans
Psychology
     
PSY
3100
Comparative Psychology
Preston Foerder
PSY
3180
Principles of Neuropsychology
Amanda Clark
Psychology and Women's Studies
     
PSY/WSTU
4999/4550
Culture Change Ambassador
Alexandra Zelin/Kate Rogers
Sociology
     
SOC
3140/4140
Research Seminar
Shawn Trivette
Social Work
     
SOCW
1100
Intro to the Social Work
All Instructors
SOCW
4120
Field Education I
All Instructors
SOCW
4130
Integrative Field Seminar I
All Instructors
SOCW
4410
Integrative Field Seminar II
All Instructors
SOCW
4420
Field Education II
All Instructors
Spanish
     
SPAN
4400
Spanish Internship for Teachers
Lynn Purkey
SPAN
3999
Conversation and Culture (Spain Abroad)
José-Luis Gastañaga
SPAN
4110R/2999
Spanish Cinema, Civilization, and Culture: Spain's Civil War
Lynn Purkey
Theatre and Speech
     
THSP
3210
Cultural Change Through Great Speeches
Jeannie Hacker-Cerulean
THSP
3070
Advocacy and Debate
Jeannie Hacker-Cerulean
THSP
4310
Directing II
Gaye Jeffers
THSP
1090
Public Speaking
Jeannie Hacker-Cerulean
University Honors
     
UHON
1999
UHON Travel Seminar
Greg O'Dea
UHON
2850
Innovation Lab I
All Instructors
UHON
2860
Innovation Lab II
All Instructors
UHON
3540
Collaborative Creation: Theater Offstage
Gaye Jeffers
University Studies
     
USTU
1250
First Year Studies: The UTC Experience (HAM LLC)
Linda Frost 
Women's Studies
     
WSTU
4550
Women and Textiles
Ann Buggey