Beyond the Classroom (BTC) is designed to prepare students professionally for life beyond college. Students may apply for the program the semester prior to participation. Students receive a transcript notation for completing all of the program requirements:
For detailed information about all of our courses, visit our Courses and Syllabi page.
BTC Seminar I, Civic Engagement and Social Change in a Global Context: UNIV 325; (two sections offered in the fall, one in spring): A three credit foundation course that is required for all students, and must be taken first. UNIV 325 fulfills the Scholarship in Practice General Education requirement.
BTC Seminar II, Internship and Experiential Learning Seminar: UNIV 326; (offered online fall, spring, and summer): A one credit course that supports and supplements the internship experience; may be taken concurrently with the internship experience, or the semester after the internship.
An Internship: Please refer to the "Internships Information" section of our website for more information about the internship requirement.