Designated Credit Bearing Courses

Specific courses have been designated in certain academic departments to fulfill the PRE requirement. PRE designated classes are listed in the academic catalog by each course description and the PRE student application.

What the PRE Looks for

Students should check major-specific requirements such as prerequisite coursework to ensure these specific criteria are met prior to applying through the PRE student application AND registering for the course.

Possible PRE Designated Course Opportunities

  • Chemistry Seminar CHEM 391/491
  • Student Teaching EDUC or EDU 450
  • Internship in Exercise Science EXSI 451
  • Nursing Clinical NUR 211 and NUR 463

What Students Will Learn

Student learning will be specific to each content area and include a combination of discipline-specific information, applicable content, and professional readiness development.

Process for Completing a PRE Designated Course

Step 1

Students should review prerequisites and requirements for the course with their academic advisor. The PRE Designated courses are completed through a required or elective internship course in respective academic program of study.

Step 2

  • Complete the PRE student application
  • The Project Supervisor/faculty member teaching the course will be the facilitator of the internship course
  • Students will register for the course

Step 3

Successful completion of course requirements will be determined based on the course syllabi. Successful completion of the PRE Designated course with a grade of a “C” or better counts as completion of the PRE graduation requirement. See the PRE grading policy in the university catalog for further details.