Curricular experiential learning opportunities are credit-bearing activities within courses.
Below, you'll find current course-based experiential learning opportunities. Check back regularly to see what's new.
Typically completed in your last semester, Capstone courses serve as the culminating learning experience in a degree program. All Capilano University students enrolled in baccalaureate degrees have the opportunity to complete a capstone course in fulfilment of their Cap Core Professional Practice requirement.
A co-op consists of alternating academic terms and paid work terms. Internships involve several co-op work terms back to back. In both models, work terms provide experience in a workplace setting related to your field of study. Learn more about the Bachelor of Tourism Management, Tourism Management Co-operative Education diploma and Outdoor Recreation Management diploma.
Field schools are credit or non-credit courses offered off campus locally or internationally. To learn more about our international field schools, contact the Centre for International Experience.
Practicums are supervised professional work experiences in fields of study that require practice-based work experience for professional certification. Learn more about programs with practicums.
Internationalize your education with a full-term exchange at one of our 20 partner institutions around the world—for the same tuition fee you normally pay at CapU. Students typically apply in their second year to go abroad in their third year.
Work-integrated learning brings together students taking a course and an external third party (e.g. municipality, non-profit organization, industry, business or business association) for the purposes of producing student-led work that meets the partner's sector-specific needs.
This can include course-based projects completed in conjunction with CityStudio North Vancouver or arranged independently by the instructor through professional contacts or Riipen, a platform connecting students with companies to work on real projects for course credit.