- Business and Management Systems
- Information Science and Technology
- Students Opportunities
- The activity must be University sponsored or affiliated
- The student must receive written approval from a faculty member or advisor.
- Approval to commence does not mean the final activity will be approved
Significant duration, intensity, and rigor
- The faculty member or advisor will ensure this to ensure that it demonstrates successful application of learned principles (may be a suite of activities).
Focus on "Learning by Doing"
- Expected to be createive and innovative
- Generally outside traditional classroom
- Contributes significantly to professional and personal development
Written summary reflection document
- Must be approved by faculty member or advisor
- Quality suitable for inclusion as an attachment to a co-curricular transcript or in an e-portfolio for employers or to a graduate school admissions committee
1. Student will submit a proposal for an experiential learning experience to his/her
faculty advisor, who will approve it (if rejected, another will be submitted until one is
approved). A copy of this approved proposal shall go in the student's file.
2. The student will take part in the experiential learning experience and write a reflective
document describing it. This document will be submitted to the student's faculty advisor or to another BIT faculty member who has been involved in or sponsoring the experience.
3. If approved by the faculty member, he or she will notify the BIT professional staff by email. If not approved, the document may be re-submitted after revision or another experience may be undertaken.
4. BIT staff will compile records of students’ Experiential Learning activities on and report to the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Registrar's Office at the end of each semester (or other due date decided upon by the Office of Undergraduate Studies).