GLOA 495: Global Experiential Learning
This course covers a variety of possible activities, but its primary purpose is to provide academic credit to students who participate in an internship in a global setting. In addition to work completed at the internship site, GLOA 495 students are required to complete academic assignments.
Who is eligible for enrollment in GLOA 495?
Enrollment in GLOA 495 is open only to global affairs majors who have:
How many credits can I earn?
Global affairs majors may register for 3, 6, or 9 credits of GLOA 495. A maximum of 3 credits can be applied toward the major concentration and credits beyond the first 3 will count as upper division electives. The required assignments are as follows:
3 undergraduate credits:
6 undergraduate credits:
9 undergraduate credits:
Please note GLOA 495 is a course and you will be charged tuition accordingly.
Don't forget to submit information about your experience to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. You might be featured on their site as well as the Global Affairs website!