EEM2930EN - Ecological Mission Associate Practicum

Course description

Develop your professional identity and interests under the supervision of an on-site supervisor in a profession of interest. Assignments will be designed to foster inquiry and reflection on site-based work. Specific course numbers by department include: EEM 2931 - Environmental Studies

How this course benefits students

EEM 2932 - Ecology & Biodiversity

Why this course is important

Students reflect upon the career related professional culture.

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Experiential Learning SEM
Educational level
Learning type
Upcoming terms
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.

How this course relates to missional core values

Biblically based

EEM 2933 - Global Healthcare & Population Studies

Missionally driven

EEM 2934 - Epidemiology & Infectious Disease

Contextually informed

EEM 2935 - Geospatial Studies.

Interculturally focused

Provides students the opportunity to put classroom learning into practice, to reflect upon the skills and characteristics they need to hone in order to become successful at their career of interest, to receive constructive feedback from a practioner, and to determine the future educational needs.

Practically minded

Practicums are rooted in the New Testament concept of "disciple" as a learner who follows the master teacher.

Experientially transformed

Students will identify where God is at work among peoples in a professional community and consider how they will join in this work.