Experiential Learning (EL) courses at Belmont include an out-of-class component that involves the students in "doing" an aspect of the course. These active learning experiences complement the students' in-class learning. Essentially, the experience applies the course of study, giving it greater resonance, while the classroom studies give the students' "doing" greater contextualization. Consequently, students' understanding is deepened and enriched within these EL courses. For a complete list of courses that count for Experiential Learning, click here.
NOTE: Students will take TWO Experiential Learning courses, one of which will be the Junior Cornerstone.