FACS majors are encouraged to pursue an Experiential Learning opportunity within the College, however, any UGA approved EL experience may be an option. More information about the courses and activities approved to satisfy the experiential learning requirement for the College of Family and Consumer Sciences can be found below.
Study Abroad/Field Study Courses: Students may fulfill the requirement by participating in UGA-approved study tours (domestic or abroad) or exchange programs.
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Students may fulfill the requirement by completing UGA-approved internships.
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Students may fulfill the requirement by completing UGA-approved leadership activities.
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- FACS 3010 Directed Study in Family and Consumer Sciences
- FDNS 3010 Special Problems in Foods and Nutrition
- FHCE 3010 Directed Study in Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics
- HDFS 3010 Directed Study in Human Development and Family Science
- IHDD 3010 Directed Study in Disability
- TXMI 3010 Directed Research
Independent research through CURO will satisfy the requirement for Family and Consumer Science students.
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Academic courses with a service-learning component can be designated with an S suffix. These courses offer academic service-learning and community-based experiences to students.
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Non-Credit EL Activities
There are also opportunities for students to satisfy the experiential learning requirement with a non-credit activity.
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For questions, please consult your academic advisor or contact the Student Success and Advising Center (firstname.lastname@example.org).