Work-Based Learning Courses
Attention Employed Students!
Are you employed? If so, how many hours a week do you currently work? Does your job or any of your duties relate to your program of study? Do you struggle with setting aside time for traditional classes? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to consider using your job to earn academic credit through Work-Based Learning (WBL).
Work-Based Learning classes are offered under most major electives in most programs of study. Check out your program to see if there are WBL opportunities offered.
If interested, please complete the online application and speak with a WBL Internship Developer for additional information. You will not need to work any additional hours. It’s a no brainer! Earn credit for doing what you’re already doing! Below are our WBL course offerings:
|WBL Sections||WBL Assignment||Academic Credit||Avg. Internship Hours Per Week (SP/FA 16-Week period)||Total No. of Hours Required (semester)|
|WBL 111||1st time intern||1||10 hrs/week||160|
|WBL 112||1st time intern||2||20 hrs/week||320|
|WBL 113||1st time intern||3||30 hrs/week||480|
|WBL 121||2nd time intern||1||10 hrs/week||160|
|WBL 122||2nd time intern||2||20 hrs/week||320|
|WBL 123||2nd time intern||3||30 hrs/week||480|
|WBL 131||3rd time intern||1||10 hrs/week||160|
|WBL 132||3rd time intern||2||20 hrs/week||320|
|WBL 211||4th time intern||1||10 hrs/week||160|
- Please ask a Work-Based Learning Internship Developer about summer session hourly requirements.
- To qualify for a WBL course listed above, the course must first be offered in your program of study.
- Some offerings are not listed. Please ask your WBL Internship Developer for further information on WBL courses offered but not listed.
- Three credit hour WBL courses must be approved.