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Experiential Education Sample List

We recommend that you work with your academic advisor to identify which courses are suited to your major, and when to pursue internships. The state and national internship sample lists below are not comprehensive. You are encouraged to extensively research opportunities to intern locally, regionally and nationally.
 

In addition to the courses listed below, MSU 339 is an internship program provided by Morehead State University through Career Services that is available to all majors. This opportunity is a competency-based practical work experience designed to integrate theoretical aspects of education with work experience. Learn more about MSU 339.
 

Experiential Education Opportunities


Agricultural Sciences

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.
  • AGR 239 - Cooperative Education
  • AGR 339 - Cooperative Education
  • AGR 439 - Cooperative Education
  • AGR 402 - Advanced Agricultural Experience
  • VET 259 - Veterinary Clinical Pathology I
  • VET 261 - Large Animal Clinics I
  • VET 262 - Small Animal Clinics I
  • VET 264 - Veterinary Clinical Pathology Clinics I
  • VET 265 - Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Clinics
  • VET 358 - Small Animal Medicine & Surgery II
  • VET 359 - Veterinary Clinical Pathology II
  • VET 363 - Veterinary Preceptorship
  • VET 364 - Veterinary Clinical Pathology Clinics II
  • VET 365 - Veterinary Dentistry Clinics
  • VET 367 - Large Animal Clinics I
  • VET 368 - Small Animal Clinics II
  • VET 402 - Veterinary Clinical Assistantship
  • VET 403 - Advanced Veterinary Clinical Practicum


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Art & Design

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • ART 121 - School Art I
  • ART 221 - School Art II
  • ART 300 - Teaching Elementary and Middle School Art
  • ART 301 - Field Experience in Art Education
  • ART 307 - Arts Administration Practicum I
  • ART 321 - Materials & Methods for Secondary Art
  • ART 400 - Internship
  • ART 401 - Arts Administration Practicum II
  • ART 430 - Private Applied Art Education Studies
 

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Biology & Chemistry

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • BIOL 403 - Integrated Biology, Mathematics and Physical Science Field Experiences in Teaching
  • BIOL 439 - Cooperative Education
  • BIOL 452 - Aquatic Entomology
  • CHEM 239 - Cooperative Education
  • CHEM 339 - Cooperative Education
  • CHEM 439 - Cooperative Education
 

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Business Administration

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • ACCT 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • ACCT 388 - Practice in Personal Tax Accounting
  • ACCT 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • ACCT 486 - Accounting Internship
  • BIS 499C - Methods of Teaching Business and Information Technology Education
  • ECON 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • ECON 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • FIN 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • FIN 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • MKT 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • MKT 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • MNGT 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • MNGT 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • MNGT 486 - Management Internship Program
 

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Communication, Media & Languages

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • COMS 347 - Internship
  • COMS 447 - Internship
  • COMS 277 - Professional Practices
  • COMS 339 - Cooperative Education
  • COMS 439 - >Cooperative Education
  • CVM 177 - Convergent Media Practicum
  • CVM 277 - Convergent Media Practicum
  • CVM 377 - Convergent Media Practicum
  • CVM 477 - Convergent Media Practicum
  • SPA 405 - Linguistics and Language Teaching
  • FRN 405 - Linguistics and Language Teaching
 

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Early Childhood, Elementary & Special Education

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • EDEC 253 - Child Growth and Development
  • EDEC 254 - Preschool Administration
  • EDEC 255 - Assessment of Young Children
  • EDEC 416 - Infant/Toddler Program Planning
  • EDEC 418 - Preschool Program Planning
  • EDEC 425 - Early Childhood Practicum
  • EDEE 305 - Learning Theories and Practices in Early Elementary
  • EDEE 321 - Teaching Math in Early Elementary Grades
  • EDEE 322 - Teaching Social Studies in the Early Elementary Grades
  • EDEE 323 - Language Arts for Early Elementary
  • EDEE 327 - Literature and Materials for Young Readers
  • EDEE 331 - Reading for Early Elementary Teachers
  • EDEE 423 - Supervised Student Teaching Practicum
  • EDEL 250 - Practicum
  • EDEL 302 - Integrating Technology into the Classroom
  • EDEM 330 - Foundations of Reading
  • EDF 207 - Foundations of Education
  • EDF 211 - Human Growth and Development
  • EDF 311 - Learning Theories, Assessment and Diversity
 

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Earth & Space Sciences

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • ESS 239 - Cooperative Education
  • ESS 339 - Cooperative Education
  • ESS 380 - Coal Geology
  • ESS 439 - Cooperative Education
  • GEO 495 - Internship to Geography
  • PHYS 239 - Cooperative Education
  • PHYS 339 - Cooperative Education
  • PHYS 439 - Cooperative Education

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Engineering & Information Systems

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • CIS 339 - Cooperative Education III
  • CIS 398 - Practicum in Information Systems
  • CIS 439 - Cooperative Education IV
  • CS 239 - Cooperative Education I
  • CS 339 - Cooperative Education II
  • CS 439 - Cooperative Education III
  • IET 339 - Cooperative Education I
  • IET 398 - Supervised Work Experience
  • IET 439 - Cooperative Education II
  • CTE 207 - Foundations of Career and Technical Education
  • CTE 388 - Methods of Curriculum Development
  • CTE 392 - Methods of Instructional Technology
  • CTE 394 - Practicum in Career and Technical Education
  • CTE 470 - Methods of Instruction
  • CTE 478 - Student Teaching Practicum
  • CTE 496 - Organization and Management of the Laboratory
 

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English

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • ENG 280 - Introduction to Teaching English in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 381 - Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 382 - Teaching Writing in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 400 - Studies in English for Teachers
 

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History, Philosophy, International Studies & Legal Studies

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • HST 392 - Internship
  • HST 451 - Curriculum and Instruction for Social Studies
  • HST 499D - Teaching Social Studies
  • GOVT 494 - Washington Center Internship Program
  • GOVT 496 - Frankfort Legislative Intern Program
  • GOVT 498 - Local, State, National and International Government Internship
  • IST 301 - International Internship
  • IST 430 - Canadian Parliament Internship
  • SPA 405 - Linguistics and Language Teaching
  • FRN 405 - Linguistics and Language Teaching
  • PLS 490 - Paralegal Internship
 

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Imaging Sciences

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • DMS 402A - Scanning Techniques I
  • DMS 412A - Scanning Techniques II
  • DMS 416A - Scanning Techniques III
  • DMS 426A - Scanning Techniques IV
  • DMS 430 - Sonography Internship I
  • DMS 450 - Sonography Internship II
  • DMS 470 - Sonography Internship III
  • DMS 490 - Sonography Internship IV
  • RSCI 230 - Radiography Clinical Internship I
  • RSCI 320 - Radiography Clinical Internship II
  • RSCI 330 - Imaging Pathology
  • RSCI 340 - Radiographic Equipment and Imaging II
  • RSCI 346 - Radiation Physics and Electronics
 

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Kinesiology & Health

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • HLTH 301 - Health, Safety and Nutrition for Early Elementary
  • HLTH 377 - Clinical and Field Experiences in School Health (P-12)
  • HLTH 470 - Practicum
  • HLTH 471 - Practicum in Health Promotion
  • HLTH 477 - Field Experience in Health
  • HPE 300 - Methods of Teaching Elementary Physical Education
  • HPE 302 - Methods of Teaching Elementary Health
  • HPE 303 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Physical Education
  • HPE 304 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Health
  • PHED 204 - Officiating
  • PHED 350 - Coaching of Sport
  • PHED 432 - Physiology of Exercise
  • PHED 453A - Corporate Practicum
  • PHED 453B - Clinical Practicum
  • PHED 453C - Clinical Internship in Kinesiotherapy
  • PHED 475 - Adapted Physical Education
  • PHED 490 - Internship in Athletic Training
  • PHED 477 - Coaching Internship
 

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Mathematics & Physics

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • MATH 403 -Integrated Biology, Mathematics and Science Field Experiences in Teaching.
  • PHYS 239 - Cooperative Education
  • PHYS 339 - Cooperative Education
  • PHYS 439 - Cooperative Education
 

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Middle Grades & Secondary Education

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • EDEL 250 - Practicum
  • EDEL 302 - Integrating Technology into the Classroom
  • EDEM 330 - Foundations of Reading
  • EDF 207 - Foundations of Education
  • EDF 211 - Human Growth and Development
  • EDF 311 - Learning Theories, Assessment and Diversity
  • EDMG 306 - Development and Learning in Middle Grades
  • EDMG 330 - Foundations of Reading for Middle Grades
  • EDMG 332 - Teaching Reading in the Middle Grades Content Areas
  • EDMG 341 - Teaching Math in Middle Grades
  • EDMG 342 - Teaching Social Studies in Middle Grades
  • EDMG 343 - Teaching Language Arts in Middle Grades
  • EDMG 347 - Literature and Materials for the Middle Grades
  • EDMG 446 - Supervised Student Teaching
  • EDSE 312 - Educational Methods and Technology
  • EDSE 333 - Field Experiences in Secondary Classrooms
  • EDSE 416 - Clinical Practice
  • EDSE 483 - Classroom Organization and Management for Secondary Teachers
  • EDSE 499C - Teacher in Today_39;s School
  • EDSP 230 - Education of Exceptional Children
  • EDSP 231 - Field Experiences
  • EDSP 350 - Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • EDSP 353 - Language Arts Teaching LBD
  • EDSP 355 - Teaching Students with LBD
  • EDSP 356 - Applied Behavior Analysis
  • EDSP 357 - Math and Content Teaching LBD
  • EDSP 359 - Practicum in Teaching for Students with LBD
  • EDSP 360 - Characteristics of Individuals with Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders
  • EDSP 363 - Assistive Technology
  • EDSP 365 - Including Students with Diverse Needs in the Classroom
  • EDSP 367 - Educational Assessment
  • EDSP 371 - Field Experiences in Transdisciplinary Assessment and Services for Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities
  • EDSP 372 - Transition to Adult Life
  • EDSP 373 - Curriculum for Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities
  • EDSP 375 - Practicum in Education of Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities
  • EDSP 435 - Supervised Teaching Practicum
  • EDSP 437 - Student Teaching Practicum in Education of Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities
  • EDSP 450 - Practicum in Community Support
  • EDUC 140 - Educator Preparation Field Experiences I
  • EDUC 240 -Educator Preparation Field Experiences II
  • EDUC 476 - Reading in the Secondary School
  • EDUC 482 - Classroom Management and Assessment
  • ENG 280 - Introduction to Teaching English in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 381 - Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 382 - Teaching Writing in Secondary Schools
  • ENG 400 - Studies in English for Teachers
 

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Music, Theatre & Dance

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • MUSE 207 - Foundations of Music Education
  • MUSE 335 - Field Experience
  • MUSE 336 - Field Experience
  • THEA 177 - Theatre Production and Performance Practicum
  • THEA 277 - Theatre Production and Performance Practicum
  • THEA 375 - Creative Dramatics
  • THEA 377 - Theatre Production and Performance Practicum
  • THEA 477 - Theatre Production and Performance Practicum
 

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Nursing

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • NUR 385 - Service Learning: Camp Nursing
  • NURB 499C - Advanced Nursing Practicum
 

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Psychology

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • PSY 339 - Cooperative Education
  • PSY 359 - Applied Behavior Analysis
  • PSY 384 - Sensation and Perception
  • PSY 472 - Practicum
 

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Sociology, Social Work & Criminology

The courses listed below are all experiential in nature, though not all are internships. Further, courses below are not available to all students, and enrollment is dependent on major, instructor permission, and other factors. Students must work with their Academic Advisor, within their department, to determine which course(s) might be relevant to their degree and career objectives.

  • CRIM 490 - Practicum in Criminology
  • CRIM 491 - Practicum Seminar
  • SOC 439 - Cooperative Education
  • SWK 310 - Field Experience in Social Work
  • SWK 326 - Generalist Practice Lab
  • SWK 474 - Practicum in Chemical Dependency
  • SWK 497 - Practicum in Social Work
 

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