FCS 2020 Field Experience Enrollment Guide
How do I plan a Field Experience?
- Discuss requirements with your major faculty and field experience coordinator.
- Examine your personal goals. Seek a position that will help you reach your career objectives.
- Determine how much time you have to devote to the field experience.
- Apply for a position that meets requirements for your major. Field Experience can be completed anywhere on the planet, with major faculty approval.
- Plan ahead. Begin planning your field experience 3-6 months before you plan to enroll in the course.
How do I find a position that fits the course requirements?
- Ask for ideas from faculty in your major.
- Networking (i.e. speakers in classes, job fairs).
- Register on Broncojobs.com
- Search Internet job boards.
- Email Dr. Frazier
to discuss options.
How do I enroll in the course?
- Obtain a position which fits your major’s requirements.
- Determine the number of credits you wish to earn for the semester.
Download and complete a department approval form:
Have your work supervisor sign the FCS 2020 Department Approval form. This signature indicates that you have discussed course requirements with your work supervisor.
Obtain major faculty signature indicating approval of the field experience site.
Submit hard copy of completed Department Approval Form with all signatures to professional field experience coordinator. You will be registered for the course after all steps are completed.
- Textile & Apparel Studies, Interior Design and Food Service Administration majors earn 1 credit for each 100 hours worked. Your position must offer the opportunity to complete at least 100 hours in the semester in which you plan to enroll.
- Vocational certification hours are determined by the certification officer based on state certification guidelines. See Vocational Certification Officer for more information.
Please note that it is not possible to self-register for this course. Registration deadlines are noted on the approval form, and must be strictly adhered to.
Questions? Please email Dr. Frazier