Experiential Learning

(0 hours minimum)

Experiential learning is the process of making meaning from direct experience in a “real world” or an “out of the traditional classroom” context. It offers students the opportunity to initiate lifelong learning through the development and application of academic knowledge and skills in new or different settings. In experiential learning, educators purposefully engage with learners in direct experience and reflection in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, and clarify perspectives or values.

  • Designated Service-Learning courses
  • Credit-bearing or non-credit-bearing internships (numbered 340)
  • Credit-bearing or non-credit-bearing independent studies (numbered 177, 277, 377 or 477) that involve significant independent work focusing on research and including a presentation, lab, or archive component (carrying the “R” modifier)
  • Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program courses
  • Student teaching
  • Clinical courses

Courses that currently count for the Experiential Learning requirement are detailed in the liberal education web site: http://www.MiamiOH.edu/liberal-ed/. The Experiential Learning Requirement can be fulfilled with coursework that additionally counts in other parts of the Global Miami Plan.

Experiential Learning

ACC 370Applied Accounting Research1-3
AES 310Leadership Laboratory1
AES 311Leadership Laboratory1
AES 410Leadership Laboratory1
AES 411Leadership Laboratory1
ARC 101Beginning Design Studio5
ARC 102Beginning Design Studio5
ARC 105Introduction to Architecture3
ARC 113Methods of Presentation, Representation and Re-Presentation2
ARC 114Methods of Presentation, Representation and Re-Presentation2
ARC 201Architecture Studio5
ARC 202Architecture Studio5
ARC 404/ARC 504Seminars1-3
ART 271Sculpture I3
ART 391Field Study in Art and Architecture History3
ART 419Supervised Student Teaching in Art15
ART 432/ART 532Painting V3
ART 442Printmaking V3
ART 451The Professional Portfolio3
ART 453Highwire Brand Studio4
ART 457Photography IV3
ART 462/ART 562Ceramics V3
ART 464/ART 564Jewelry Design and Metals IV3
ART 472/ART 572Sculpture V3
ART 492Professional Artist's Portfolio and Exhibition Experience3
ART 498History and Methods in Art and Architectural History3
ATH 415/LAS 418Field Methods in Archaeology1-6
ATH 416Applying Archaeology3
ATH 425/ATH 525Ethnographic Field Methods3
ATH 426Ethnographic Field Research4-16
ATH 465/ATH 565Ethnography of Communication3
ATH 496Observing Primate Behavior4
ATH/BIO 498Evolution of Human Behavior3
BIS 410Advanced Special Topics Seminar in Integrative Studies3
BLS 235Mock Trial Practicum1
BWS 402Engaged Learning Practicum1-6
CEC 205Agile Launchpad I3
CHM 480Departmental Honors1-6
CIT 457IT Project Lifecycle I: Requirements and Design3
CIT 458IT Project Lifecycle II: Implementation and Deployment4
CJS 220Criminal Justice Field Experience3
CMR 220Professional Practice0-2
CPB 471Engineering Design I2
CPB 472Engineering Design II2
CRD 301Community-Based Practicum I3
CRD 302Community-Based Practicum II3
CSE 448Senior Design Project2
CSE 449Senior Design Project1-2
ECE 448Senior Design Project2
ECE 449Senior Design Project2
EDL 301Student Development in Residence Halls1
EDL 464Community-Based Leadership and Change3
EDP 419FSupervised Teaching in Programs for Mild/Moderate Intervention Specialist Licensure15
EDP 459/EDP 559Practicum in Special Education3
EDP 471/EDP 571Literacy Seminar: Clinical3
EDT 190Introduction to Education3
EDT 252MEarly Field Experience: Middle Childhood3
EDT 310Methods in Tutoring Adults1
EDT 419A/EDT 519ATeaching Internship- Adolescent1-16
EDT 419ETeaching Internship- Early Childhood15
EDT 419MTeaching Internship-Middle Childhood15
ENG 321The Literary Marketplace3
ENG 413/ENG 513Grant and Proposal Writing3
ENG 414/ENG 514Usability and User Experience3
ENG 415Capstone in Professional Writing3
ENG 460Issues in Creative Writing3
ENG 480English Honors1-6
ENT 497Senior Design Project2
ENT 498Senior Design Project2
ESP 321Startup Entrepreneurship3
ESP 461Entrepreneurial Consulting3
ESP 490Special Topics in Entrepreneurship1-3
FST 350Topics in Film3
FSW 412Senior Seminar in Social Work I2
FSW 413Senior Seminar in Social Work II2
FSW 490/FSW 590Professional Issues in Family Science3
FSW 494/FSW 594Internship with Families and Children2-6
GEO 395Scholarship & Practice in Geography1
GEO/GLG/IES/LAS 412Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica5
GEO/GLG/LAS/413/IES 423/IES 523Tropical Marine Ecology5
GEO 442/GEO 542Advanced Geographic Information Systems3
GEO 459/GEO 559Advanced Urban and Regional Planning3
GEO 491Senior Seminar4
GEO 493Urban Field Experience3
GHS 401Global Health Experience2
GLG 311Geoenvironmental Field Methods3
GLG 411A/GLG 511AField Geology6
GTY 110Opening Minds through Art (OMA) Volunteer Experience1
GTY 310Opening Minds through Art (OMA) Leadership Experience2
HON 181Foundations of Engaged Learning I1-2
HST 435/HST 535Public History Practicum3
HST 480Departmental Honors1-6
IMS 440/IMS 540Interactive Media Studies Practicum4
ISA 406IT Project Management3
ISA 496Business Analytics Practicum3
JRN 421Capstone in Journalism3
KNH 286APracticum in Athletic Training I1
KNH 286BPracticum in Athletic Training II1
KNH 286CPracticum in Athletic Training III1
KNH 286DPracticum in Athletic Training IV1
KNH 286EPracticum in Athletic Training V1
KNH 286FPracticum in Athletic Training VI1
KNH 402Critical Reflection on Practices in Health and Physical Culture3
KNH 403Professional Practices in Dietetics3
KNH 420Field Experience1-4
KNH 495Practicum in Sport Leadership and Management3
MAC 425Inside Hollywood3
MAC 426Inside Washington8
MAC 427Inside Washington Semester Experience4
MAC 450Topics in Communication3
MAC 454The Washington Community3-4
MBI 440Research Problems1-4
MBI 487Medical Laboratory Science Practicum8
MBI 488Medical Laboratory Science Practicum12
MBI 489Medical Laboratory Science Practicum12
MGT 432Global Strategic Sourcing3
MGT 474Human Capital Consulting3
MKT 292Careers In Marketing1
MKT 442Highwire Brand Studio4-8
MKT 495Strategy Works4
MME 448Senior Design Project2
MME 449Senior Design Project2
MUS 139Chamber Music Experience0
MUS 142Applied Music2
MUS 144Applied Music3-4
MUS 242Applied Music2
MUS 244Applied Music3-4
MUS 344Applied Music3-4
MUS 359Instrumental Methods- Elementary and Secondary4
MUS 419/MUS 519Supervised Teaching in Music12
MUS 442Applied Music1-2
MUS 444Applied Music3-4
MUS 481Advanced Studies in Special Subjects1-4
MUS 482Advanced Studies in Special Subjects1-4
MUS 494Senior Recital0
NSC 410Leadership Practicum1
NSG 302Intermediate Clinical Nursing Practicum3
NSG 343Health Care Informatics3
NSG 349Introduction to Principles of Pharmacology in Nursing Practice3
NSG 352Childbearing Family Clinical3
NSG 354Nursing Care of Adult Clients with Health Alterations I-Clinical3
NSG 362Nursing Care of Adult Clients with Health Alterations II-Clinical3
NSG 420Focused Practicum in Baccalaureate and Expanded Nursing Roles2
NSG 452Nursing Care of Clients Experiencing Mental Health Disorders and Their Families-Clinical3
NSG 464Nursing Care of Clients Experiencing Multi-System Health Alterations-Clinical5
PSY 112Foundational Experiences in Psychology1
SJS 215EMPOWER I: Educational and Economic Justice and Service-Learning3
SJS 216EMPOWER II: The Intersections of Race, Class, and Education3
SOC 260AInternship: An Introduction to Applied Sociology and Human Services1-4
SOC 440AField Experience-Research1-16
SOC 440CField Experience in Sociology1-16
SOC 462Applied Sociological Research3
STA 475Data Analysis Practicum3
THE 200Production and Performance Practicum1
THE 205Costume Construction Laboratory1
THE 206Theatre Lighting Laboratory1
THE 207Scenery and Props Lab1
THE 208Scene Painting Laboratory1
THE 400Advanced Production and Performance Practicum2
WGS 402/WGS 502Engaged Learning Practicum1-6