Students work in jobs related to their program of study and receive course credit for the learning that takes place on the job through the Work Based Learning program.
Work-Based Learning is a curriculum course that can provide on-the-job work experience for students enrolled in eligible programs. Students work in jobs related to their program of study and receive course credit for the learning that takes place on the job.
Not all programs have Work-Based Learning as an option and there are requirements that students must meet prior to enrolling in a WBL course. Work-Based Learning options for eligible programs are listed in each program of study.
For additional information, students may contact Nick Plemmons in The Center for Workforce Connectivity and Talent Development or their faculty advisor.
To schedule an appointment and discuss Work-Based Learning stop by The Center for Workforce Connectivity and Talent Development, which is located in the Student Center across from The Campus Store or contact our Talent Development/Work-Based Learning Coordinator:
Send faxes to (828) 624-5203.