Study Abroad/Field Study Courses
Students in any major (or undeclared students in Franklin) may fulfill the requirement through any UGA-approved study abroad or field school program. Find more information on study abroad courses at http://goabroad.uga.edu/ and https://engl.franklin.uga.edu/study-abroad.
Specific Internship courses
Students in any major (or undeclared students in Franklin) may fulfill the requirement through any service-learning course (denoted with an S-suffix). Find more information at http://bulletin.uga.edu/elcourses.aspx. This list also includes a couple ENGL classes that are not service-learning courses, but have been approved to count for the Experiential Learning requirement.
ENGL 1101S: English Composition I: Service Learning
ENGl 3836S: Literature and the Health Humanities
ENGL 3850S: Writing and Community
ENGL 3851S: Writing for Social Justice: The Prison Writing Project
ENGL 3880S: The Modern Civil Rights Movement in Literature and Culture
ENGL 3892S: Literature in the Library
ENGL 4334S/6334S: Shakespeare through Multicultural American Literature and Performance
ENGL 4335S/6335S: Shakespeare in the Classroom, service Learning
ENGL 4695S: Topics in Post-Colonial Literature
ENGL 4891S/6891S: Literature in Local Schools
ENGL 4810: Literary Magazine Editing
ENGL 4912S: Writing Center Theory and Practice
Students in any major (or undeclared students in Franklin) may fulfill the requirement through an honors thesis research project, through any CURO undergraduate research course (4960R, 4970R, 4980R), or CURO Research Assistantship. Find more information on CURO courses at http://curo.uga.edu/.