Integrative Studies (INTE)

INTE 3901. Integ Studies Practicum/Intern (3 Credits) 

This course is the principal :"experiential learning" component of the Integrative Studies program. The Seminar will normally be taken during the first term following completion of INTE 3500, and placement site will be in a professional work environment related to the interests/ career goals of the individual student. Placement may be with for-profit, not-for-profit, or governmental entities as appropriate. Collaborating business/agencies must agree to creating and supervising meaningful experiences that will allow students to observe and participate in projects and activities that bear directly on the challenges of the contemporary workplace. Students will be encouraged to seek experiential opportunities outside the USA. Requires program approval.

Restrictions: Integrative Studies - AA, Integrative Studies - AS, Integrative Studies - BA, Integrative Studies - BS

INTE 3902. Integ Studies Practicum/Intern (3 Credits) 

This course is the principal :"experiential learning" component of the Integrative Studies program. The Seminar will normally be taken during the first term following completion of INTE 3500, and placement site will be in a professional work environment related to the interests/ career goals of the individual student. Placement may be with for-profit, not-for-profit, or governmental entities as appropriate. Collaborating business/agencies must agree to creating and supervising meaningful experiences that will allow students to observe and participate in projects and activities that bear directly on the challenges of the contemporary workplace. Students will be encouraged to seek experiential opportunities outside the USA. Requires program approval. Course is repeatable for credit.

INTE 3903. Integ Studies Practicum/Intern (3 Credits) 

This course is the principal :"experiential learning" component of the Integrative Studies program. The Seminar will normally be taken during the first term following completion of INTE 3500, and placement site will be in a professional work environment related to the interests/ career goals of the individual student. Placement may be with for-profit, not-for-profit, or governmental entities as appropriate. Collaborating business/agencies must agree to creating and supervising meaningful experiences that will allow students to observe and participate in projects and activities that bear directly on the challenges of the contemporary workplace. Students will be encouraged to seek experiential opportunities outside the USA. Requires program approval. Course is repeatable for credit.

INTE 4500. Integrative Studies Capstone (3 Credits) 

This course will be a capstone experience normally taken in the last term of the senior year and will focus on the design and execution of an integrative team project. Students will work on case problems appropriate to their career plans and prepare written and oral reports on their proposed solutions. This seminar will provide the opportunity for individual student and program assessment.

Prerequisites: CRIT 1101