It is possible that the learning that you have experienced while living and/or working abroad may qualify you to have the Internship/study abroad requirement waived.
If you have been in contact with Haley Sankey regarding the potential submission of a waive application, AND you have discussed the implications of waiving credits with your adviser, please proceed.
If you have done none of the above, please:
If you have been given permission to proceed with the waive application, read the information below carefully:
- You are only permitted to submit one application for waive, so be sure to follow the directions, address ALL of the prompt, and submit your applicatino before the deadline.
- Review the rubric provided to better understand how your application will be scored. You must adequately that the learning you experienced meets/exceeds the learning that would have taken place had you completed an internship/study abroad experience and the related coursework.Be sure to dedicate sufficient time and effort to the essay and adequately prove why you think your prior learning experience meets/exceeds that which would have happened if you had completed the associated coursework.
- The waive application will be reviewed by ESP Leadership and scored using a rubric. You must score a C in order for the waive to be approved.
- If your application is denied, you will need to find an alternative way to fulfill the EGEE 299/495 requirement for the ESP degree.
- Your essay must be well written (minimal grammatical, spelling, punctuation errors) and thorough, adequately addressing the prompts provided.
- To graduate in August, your waive application must be complete and submitted by March 15
- To graduate in December, your waive application must be complete and submitted by July 15
- To graduate in May, your waive application must be complete and submitted by October 15
Directions on the waive application process can be found on the Home page of the Canvas course.
If you would like to complete the credit by portfolio process, so that you still gain credits for the experience, that is also a possibility. Contact your adviser asking for more information if you'd like to pursue earning credits for your experience.