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Whether you currently teach an experiential learning course and want it approved for the experiential learning requirement, or you are interested in teaching or developing a CAT 124 course, we'd love to hear from you! Check out the resources below to help get started.

Have a Class Approved to Fulfill the Experiential Learning Requirement

Do you currently teach a class that might align with the experiential learning requirement? If so, please e-mail your course syllabus to Jeanne Monahan for review. We will respond within seven days with a decision or additional questions.

Teach a CAT 124 Course

If you would like to teach a CAT 124 course, we would love to work with you! We have opportunities for ladder-rank faculty, lecturers, and advanced graduate students.

  • If you already have a class designed, you can e-mail your course syllabus to Bill Geibel for review. We will evaluate its fit with the goals of CAT 124 and respond within seven days.

  • If you just have an idea for a class, no problem! We'd love to help support you in the course development process. Please fill out this form to give us an idea of what you are thinking and we will get back to you within seven days.

Develop an Experiential Learning Class

Want to create a CAT 124 course or another kind of experiential learning class but don't know where to start? Check out our experiential learning class development handbook that outlines all the steps and stages involved in the course design process while providing helpful tips and best practices.

Connect with Us

Bill Robertson Geibel, Associate Director of Experiential Learning

Jeanne Monahan, Experiential Learning Coordinator

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