Writing and Literary Studies E360

Whether you choose to study abroad, research, or an internship, your E360 program for Writing and Literary Studies will add to your resume when you graduate.


At DelVal all students are required to complete a minimum of two Experience360 Activities - one activity from Group A and one activity from Group B; in order to complete four Academic credits of E360. One of these credits will be completed through either the Introduction to Experiential Learning (EX-9900) course or DelVal Experience II (FY-9901) course depending on the student’s catalog year.

GROUP A

  • Career Exploration Experience: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 40 hours = 1 credit)
  • Internship: EX-3010 (3 credits / 120 hours)
  • Study Abroad (1-3 credits; as approved by Department Chair)
    • Career Exploration Experience Abroad: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 40 hours = 1 credit)
    • Credit transfer from credit-bearing exchange programs and provider programs as course substitution for E360 requirements (Department chair approval required, credits vary)

GROUP B

  • Career Exploration Experience: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 40 hours = 1 credit)
  • Internship: EX-3010 (3 credits / 120 hours)
  • Study Abroad (0-3 credits; as approved by Department Chair)
    • Career Exploration Experience Abroad: EX-2010 (1-3 credits; 40 hours = 1 credit)
    • Credit transfer from credit-bearing exchange programs and provider programs as course substitution for E360 requirements (Department chair approval required, credits vary)
    • International Experiential Learning Course: Place Studies: EN-4030
    • Cultural Experience Abroad: EX-0025 (non-credit)
  • Student Research: SR-4041 (1-3 credits)
  • Campus Leadership Training: LA-1223 (1 credit) – Peer Mentors for DelVal Experience
  • Experiential Learning Course: The Gleaner: EN-3037
  • Leadership Development Experience (non-credit, 40 hours)
  • Civic Engagement (non-credit, 40 hours)
  • Community Service (non-credit, 40 hours)

Notes:

Group A and B activities must add up to a minimum of three Academic E360 credits. Students are strongly encouraged to complete additional E360 activities.