Small Animal Science E360

All students are required to complete a minimum of two Experience360 (formerly Experiential Learning) Activities - one activity from Group A and one activity from Group B; in order to complete four Academic credits of E360. One of these credits will be completed through either the Introduction to Experiential Learning (EX-9900) course or DelVal Experience II (FY-9901) course depending on student’s catalog year.

GROUP A - REQUIRED ACTIVITY: 

  • Career Exploration Experience: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 56 hours = 1 credit)
  • Internship: EX-3010 (3 credits / 168 hours; 56 hours = 1 credit) 
  • Student Research: SR-4041 (1-3 credits)
  • Study Abroad (0-3 credits; as approved by Department Chair)
    • Career Exploration Experience Abroad: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 56 hours = 1 credit)
    • Credit transfer from credit-bearing exchange programs and provider programs as course substitution for E360 requirements (Department chair approval required, credits vary)

GROUP B - REQUIRED ACTIVITY: 

  • Career Exploration Experience: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 56 hours = 1 credit)
  • Internship: EX-3010  (3 credits / 168 hours) 
  • Student Research: SR-4041 (1-3 credits) 
  • Study Abroad (0-3 credits; as approved by Department Chair)
    • Career Exploration Experience Abroad: EX-2010 (1-3 credits;  56 hours = 1 credit)
    • Credit transfer from credit-bearing exchange programs and provider programs as course substitution for E360 requirements (Department chair approval required, credits vary)
    • International Experiential Learning Course(s):
      • Tropical Ecology: BY-3250
      • International Field Study: AS-9906
      • Ecotourism in the Global South: SA-9916 (previously SA 9900)
      • Place Studies: EN-4030
    • Cultural Experience Abroad: EX-0025 (non-credit)
  • Experiential Learning Course(s):
    • Selected Topics-Artificial Insemination: DS-9900 (previously DS-3000)
  • Leadership Development Experience (non-credit, 40 hours)

Important: Group A and B activities must add up to a minimum of three Academic E360 credits. Students are strongly encouraged to complete additional E360 activities.