|Course Title||PROF EXP & COMMUN SERVICE|
|Full Title||Professional Experience and Community Service|
|Description||Academic work designed with faculty approval to complement concurrent paid or unpaid professional or community service experience. Information and course forms available in Division of Undergraduate Studies, AD-220. Applications must be submitted to the division prior to the end of the first week of classes. May be used to satisfy major or minor requirements only upon written approval of department chair. No combination of General Studies 200 and 400 in excess of six units may be counted for credit toward a bachelor's degree.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing, minimum grade point aver- age of 2.0, concurrent participation in professional or community service activity and approval of course contract.|
Course not open to majors/pre-majors in Advertising, Journalism, Media Studies, or Public Relations. Students interested in internships in these professional media fields are strongly encouraged to major in those areas. See School of Journalism & Media Studies in PSFA 366 for details.
Enrollment in this section entails participation in experiential learning and/or internship. These experiences can occur on-campus or off-campus. Additional requirements may apply.
Offered for credit/no credit only.
This section has a zero-cost course materials (ZCCM) designation and exclusively uses digital course materials that are free of charge and may have an optional low-cost print version or there are no course materials required. The ZCCM designation may change if a new faculty member is assigned or other course materials are added.
Course contains a service-learning component; contact instructor for details.
Students must contact the department for approval to enroll and to obtain schedule number for this section. Graduate students please note: to enroll in 799A or 799B, you must contact the Graduate Division (SSE 1410) and prior to enrolling you must have an approved "Appointment of Thesis/Project Committee" form on file with the Graduate Division. Contact your departmental graduate advisor for details and deadlines.