Directed Experiential Learning in Ecological Restoration
Also: ER 250
Conducted in relation to work or volunteer activities with a host organization identified by the student and approved by the RNS Academic Administrator or the Director of the School of Environmental Studies. Student will engage in experiential learning and assessment of methods in ecological restoration in an applied setting. Student will work with an instructor to identify issues to be explored and what course assessment methods will be used before the experiential learning opportunity begins. Must include at least 150 hours of work or volunteer activities. Assessment typically involves a reflective journal and final paper. Students are responsible for proposing an internship and arranging for a supervising instructor.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ES 250, ER 250.
- May be taken more than once for credit in different topics to a maximum of 3 units.