“Experiential learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience.”Kolb, D.A.
The Office of Experiential Learning promotes active learning by:
- Encouraging intentional hands on experience with individualized learning outcomes
- Empowering students to connect academic concepts to real world situations
- Offering a variety of international and domestic study abroad and service experiences
Read these articles to learn more about the benefits of experiential learning:
Health Science majors are required to complete an internship prior to graduation.
We offer peer and professional mentoring programs.
Faculty lead a variety of study abroad trips each year. Contact the Office of Experiential Learning for more information.
Health Science majors may perform, present, and even co-publish research with faculty.
Questions about internships, alternative breaks, study abroad, peer mentors or service learning? Please contact the DHS Office of Experiential Learning:
Please visit MU Connect to schedule an appointment.
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