Applied Learning Materials

Please click the links below for more information regarding the applied learning courses within the Workforce Leadership and Applied Learning degree program. Students must consult with their assigned faculty advisor and must submit all required paperwork prior to beginning an applied learning course (e.g. practicum, internship or apprenticeship). Students who do not adhere to stated policies and procedures stated within all course requirements will not receive passing grades.

 EDUC 400: Applied Studies Practicum

EDUC 400 requires weekly work/volunteer/participation logs from the student totaling at least 160 hours within a 16-week semester. Additionally, the student’s on-site supervisor will need to complete a final evaluation.

 EDUC 400 can be taken for academic credit applying to:

 1) B.A.S. in Workforce Leadership and Applied Learning

2) Minor in Workforce Leadership

 For more information contact Bobby Berry, Coordinator of Applied Learning, at bobby.berry@wichita.edu

EDUC 450: Applied Studies Internship

Course description. EDUC 450 requires weekly work/volunteer/participation logs from the student totaling at least 400 hours within a 16-week semester. Additionally, the student’s on-site supervisor will need to complete both a midpoint evaluation and a final evaluation of the student’s progress.

 For more information contact Bobby Berry, Coordinator of Applied Learning, at bobby.berry@wichita.edu

EDUC 550: Applied Studies Apprenticeship I

Course description. EDUC 550 requires weekly work/volunteer/participation logs from the student totaling at least 480 hours within a 16-week semester. Additionally, the student’s on-site supervisor will need to complete both a midpoint evaluation and a final evaluation of the student’s progress. Students complete a reflection portfolio at the end of the experience connecting their work with their learning objectives.

 For more information contact Bobby Berry, Coordinator of Applied Learning, at bobby.berry@wichita.edu

EDUC 600: Applied Studies Apprenticeship II

Course description. EDUC 600 requires weekly work/volunteer/participation logs from the student totaling at least 640 hours within a 16-week semester. Additionally, the student’s on-site supervisor will need to complete both a midpoint evaluation and a final evaluation of the student’s progress. Students complete a reflection paper at the end of the experience connecting their work with their learning objectives.

 For more information contact Bobby Berry, Coordinator of Applied Learning, at bobby.berry@wichita.edu

All students will complete the appropriate advanced paperwork before documenting hours. Students will work together with their on-site supervisor and the Coordinator of Applied Learning to complete appropriate student learning objectives.