• Experiential Education Courses

    Explore Experiential courses appropriate for your area of study. In addition to the listed courses, Study Abroad is an Experiential option that students may consider. Please visit the Office of Registration and Records for more information on Experiential and other courses.


    LEON HESS BUSINESS SCHOOL

    Business

    All Business majors are required to take BM 490, which will automatically satisfy the "EX" requirement upon completion. Students must check with their departmental advisor and/or Chair regarding other restrictions for taking additional internships and Cooperative Education courses.

    • BA 388 - Cooperative Education: Accounting Concentration
    • BA 488 - Cooperative Education: Accounting Concentration
    • BA 489 - Internship in Accounting
    • BE 388 - Cooperative Education: Economics Concentration
    • BE 488 - Cooperative Education: Economics Concentration
    • BE 489 - Internship in Economics
    • BF 388 - Cooperative Education: Finance Concentration
    • BF 488 - Cooperative Education: Finance Concentration
    • BF 489 - Internship in Finance
    • BK 388 - Cooperative Education: Marketing Concentration
    • BK 488 - Cooperative Education: Marketing Concentration
    • BK 489 - Internship in Marketing
    • BL 488 - Cooperative Education: Business Law Concentration
    • BM 388 - Cooperative Education: Management Concentration
    • BM 488 - Cooperative Education: Management Concentration
    • BM 489 - Internship in Management
    • BM 490 - Strategic Management

    SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

    Curriculum and Instructional Education

    All Education majors automatically satisfy the "EX" requirement upon completion of one (1) of the following courses.

    • ED 319 - Content Literacy
    • ED 360 - Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
    • ED 361 - Methods of Teaching Science for Elementary School
    • ED 362 - Teaching Elementary Social Studies
    • ED 365 - Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher Part I
    • ED 366 - Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher Part II
    • ED 367 - Teaching Language Arts at the Secondary Level Part I
    • ED 368 - Teaching Language Arts at the Secondary Level Part II
    • ED 369 - Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part I
    • ED 370 - Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part II
    • ED 371 - Teaching Social Studies at the Secondary Level Part I
    • ED 372 - Teaching Social Studies at the Secondary Level Part II
    • ED 374 - Issues and Practices in World Language Education Part II
    • ED 375 - Integrated Secondary Teaching Methods Part I
    • ED 376 - Integrated Secondary Teaching Methods Part II
    • ED 380 - Middle Level Learning and Teaching
    • ED 416 - Student Teaching - Elementary School
    • EN 384 - Tutoring ESL

    WAYNE D. MCMURRAY SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Art and Design

    Students must take AR 335 or AR 337 before they can sign up for Cooperative Education. Students must gain the permission of Professor Cresson and/or Bright before signing up for Cooperative Education.

    • AR 288 - Cooperative Education
    • AR 335 - Graphic Arts Internship Seminar
    • AR 337 - Fine Arts Internship Seminar
    • AR 388 - Cooperative Education
    • AR 389 - Cooperative Education
    • AR 488 - Internship Art and Design
    • AR 489 - Internship in Art/Design


    Communication

    Students must contact the department regarding their Experiential courses in each academic cluster.

    • CO 272 - Real People Reel Stories
    • CO 288 - Cooperative Education
    • CO 317 - Civic Journalism
    • CO 381 - The Power of Story
    • CO 388 - Cooperative Education
    • CO 390 - Washington Center Internship (cross-list with PS 390)
    • CO 484 - Communication Internship Seminar
    • CO 488 - Cooperative Education
    • CO 489 - Internship in Journalism and/or Communication
    • CO 483 - Internship Seminar (by cluster)


    Criminal Justice

    All students are required to take CJ 375, which will automatically satisfy the "EX" requirement upon its completion. Students interested in CJ 375 must contact Professor Albert Gorman. Cooperative Education courses also need the approval of the department.

    • CJ 288 - Cooperative Education
    • CJ 375 - Internship in Criminal Justice
    • CJ 388 - Cooperative Education
    • CJ 488 - Cooperative Education


    English and Foreign Languages

    Students must contact the department for information on other Experiential opportunities outside of the major. Cooperative Education is only offered at the 300 level and above through the department.

    • EN 388 - Cooperative Education
    • EN 488 - Cooperative Education


    History and Anthropology

    Students can sign up for no more than two (2) Field Study, Internships, or Independent Study courses as electives in the History and Anthropology majors.

    • AN 288 - Cooperative Education
    • AN 311 - Anthropology/History Internship Seminar
    • AN 315 - Field Research in Archaeology
    • AN 342L - Children's Play Laboratory
    • AN 380 - American Cultural Diversity
    • AN 388 - Cooperative Education
    • AN 389 - Anthropological Field Study
    • AN 488 - Cooperative Education
    • AN 489 - Field Study/Internship in Anthropology/Archaeology
    • HS 288 - Cooperative Education
    • HS 311 - History/Anthropology Internship Seminar
    • HS 315 - Field Research in Archaeology
    • HS 388 - Cooperative Education
    • HS 488 - Cooperative Education
    • HS 489 - Historical Internship


    Interdisciplinary Studies

    Students must contact the department for additional information on Experiential opportunities and arrange to take courses outside of the major.

    • EX 001 - Experiential Education
    • EX 287 - Community and Service Learning Projects. (This course is a free elective that all majors may take with permission from the Departments. For more information, please contact your departmental advisor or Mrs. Marilyn Ward in the CSS at 723-571-4411.)
    • EX 387 - Community and Service Learning Projects
    • EX 487 - Community and Service Learning Projects
    • GO 450 - Internship Seminar in Applied Geography
    • GO 489 - Internship in Geography
    • IS 288 - Cooperative Education: Interdisciplinary Studies
    • IS 388 - Cooperative Education: Interdisciplinary Studies
    • IS 488 - Cooperative Education: Interdisciplinary Studies


    Music and Theatre Arts

    Students must contact the department for information on Experiential opportunities and arrange to take courses outside of the major.

    • MU 401 - Music Business Internship Seminar
    • MU 402 - Music Internship Seminar II


    Political Science and Sociology

    Students must contact their department advisor for information on the Washington Center internship and other internships offered through the department, which act as electives in the major.

    • PO 402 - Internship Seminar in Policy Studies
    • PS 288 - Cooperative Education
    • PS 289 - Political Science Internship
    • PS 309 - Political Science Internship Seminar
    • PS 383 - Model UN Conference
    • PS 388 - Cooperative Education
    • PS 389 - Political Science Seminar
    • PS 390 - Washington Center Internship (cross-list with CO 390)
    • PS 488 - Cooperative Education
    • PS 489 - Political Science Internship


    Psychology

    Students must contact the department to sign up for Cooperative Education and Field Experience courses, which act as electives in the major.

    • PY 288 - Cooperative Education
    • PY 342L - Children's Play Lab
    • PY 388 - Cooperative Education
    • PY 410 - Field Experience
    • PY 488 - Cooperative Education
    • PY 489 - Independent Internship in Psychology

    MARJORIE K. UNTERBERG SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH STUDIES

    Nursing

    All students are required to take NU 413L and NU 414L, which will automatically satisfy the "EX" requirement upon completion of one (1) of the courses.

    • NU 415 - Community Health Nursing Laboratory
    • HE 485 - Senior Seminar in Health
    • MM 490 - Experience in Clinical Medicine

    SCHOOL OF SCIENCE

    Biology

    Students must gain the approval of department faculty and the Chair before signing for Cooperative Education or engaging in an internship. Both opportunities serve as electives in the major.

    • BY 250 - Research in Molecular Cell Physiology
    • BY 250A - Research in Molecular Cell Physiology
    • BY 388 - Cooperative Education
    • BY 389 - Internship in Biology
    • BY 450 - Research in Molecular Cell Physiology
    • BY 488 - Cooperative Education
    • MM 490 - Experience in Clinical Medicine (Registration restricted to students in the Monmouth Medical Scholars Program)


    Chemistry, Physics, and Medical Technology

    Students must contact the department regarding other Experiential opportunities outside of the major.

    • CE 350 - Research in Chemistry
    • CE 388 - Cooperative Education: Chemistry
    • CE 389 - Internship in Chemistry
    • MT 411 - Clinical Internship I
    • MT 412 - Clinical Internship II
    • MT 421 - Clinical Chemistry


    Computer Science

    Students must contact the department for information on Experiential opportunities outside of the major.

    • CS 288 - Cooperative Education
    • CS 350 - Research in Computer Science
    • CS 388 - Cooperative Education
    • CS 488 - Cooperative Education


    Mathematics

    Students must contact the department for information on restrictions on Cooperative Education and to explore other Experiential opportunities.

    • MA 388 - Cooperative Education
    • MA 488 - Cooperative Education
    • MA 419 - Mathematical Modeling


    Software Engineering

    Students must contact the department to explore other Experiential opportunities.

    • IT 450 - Information Systems Project Management
    • SE 485A - Software Engineering Practicum
    • SE 485B - Software Engineering Practicum

    SOCIAL WORK

    All students are required to take SW 421 and SW 422 and automatically satisfy the "EX" requirement upon completion of one (1) of the courses.

    • SW 371 - International Service Seminar
    • SW 413 - Social Work Practice and Techniques II
    • SW 421 - Field Practice
    • SW 422 - Advanced Field Practice

    Students must gain the approval of department faculty and the Chair for signing up for Cooperative Education or engaging in an internship. Both opportunities serve as electives in the major.