Experiential Learning Opportunities and Recommendations
Students enrolled in a B.S. or a B.A. degree within the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) are required or recommended to complete one of the following experiential activities depending upon certified major…
An internship of at least eight weeks in duration, with at least one credit of ‘Internship/Professional Experience’. The pages in the Internship Information handbook pertain directly to this option.
At least one credit hour of an undergraduate research course under the supervision of a departmental faculty member or approved mentor. Students planning to enroll in an undergraduate research course should contact their advisor.
Study abroad for six or more credit hours. International students in CAHNRS will meet this requirement through their study in the United States. Non‐international students in CAHNRS should contact WSU’s Education Abroad Department at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Participation in a recognized ROTC program. Veterans in the CAHNRS will have met this requirement through their prior service in the armed forces. Students should contact their department or advisor for approval.
A teaching, leadership or service experience of at least one semester, subject to departmental approval or by their advisor. Student’s interested in Service Experiences can get information and a start by visiting these offices: Center for Civic Engagement and Cougar Leadership Program.
If you are unclear whether your experiential opportunity is required or recommended please visit your department website and talk with your academic advisor. Below is a list of departments who use specific guidlines.
- Animal Science
- Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles Internship Guide
- Horticulture (HORT/VE 399)
- Human Development Internship Information
- School of Economic Sciences Internship Information
- Turfgrass Management (please consult Advisor Dr. William Johnson)