Students and faculty interested in Signature Experience programs might also benefit from learning more about other programs and initiatives at Georgia State that are focused on experiential learning.
The WomenLead program (in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business) offers female students opportunities to develop the skills that will enable them to succeed in their future workplaces and to set themselves on a path towards becoming leaders in their respective fields.
Study Abroad programs offer many opportunities for students to complete part of their degree requirements through affiliated academic programs outside the U.S. These range in duration from a full year or semester to short, two-week programs.
The EPIC (Experiential, Project-based and Interdisciplinary Curriculum) program prepares students to work together with other students and faculty on interdisciplinary research, and to develop the kinds of skills that are in demand in today’s workplaces.
The Virtual Exchange Initiative at Georgia State uses technology to connect GSU classrooms with classrooms in other parts of the world. Without leaving Atlanta, GSU students gain the opportunity of increasing their competence as intercultural communicators.
There are other offices and units on campus that provide resources and training that can greatly augment experiential learning opportunities for students.
University Career Services provides a spectrum of personal and professional development services to support students in their college-to-career journeys.
Through volunteerism, community service and service-learning assistance, Civic Engagement supports community initiatives and leadership opportunities giving students, faculty and staff the ability to serve their communities.
Advancing a university community where the best practices of teaching and learning are supported through a range of programs for all instructors, from first-time graduate assistants to longtime faculty.
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