Dec 16, 2018  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

SYE 4751 - Off-Campus Study: Preparation and Experience

Hours: 1
This course is the first of two one-credit courses offered to students who opt to fulfill the SYE requirement through enrollment in an off-campus study program. Students enroll in SYE 4751 during the same term they study off campus. Before leaving campus, students will locate a faculty member willing to serve as a mentor during the experience and who will assist in supervising the writing of the final reflection paper as part of SYE 4752. While studying off-campus, students are required to submit electronic journals to their faculty mentors and the SYE program director. In addition, students will compile materials from their off-campus experience to submit as evidence to their faculty mentor upon return to campus. Materials may include course syllabi and assignments, event programs, news clippings, or other items representative of the experience. Students receive an In Progress (IP) grade until they return to campus. This course is pass/fail graded.
Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing. Corequisites: Study off campus during the junior year, the summer before the senior year, or fall semester of the senior year.