Classroom Focused: Students are exposed to concrete learning activities in the classroom (e.g. guest speakers, case studies, simulations, role playing) that require them to reflect on what they have experienced in relation to concepts/theories being covered in the course.
Community Focused: Students have the opportunity to connect course material with experiences that occur through interactions with community and industry partners that can take place in the classroom or in the community. The community focused EE opportunities are addressing student learning outcomes and community needs, and the students receive academic credits (e.g. research, consulting and capstone projects). Few examples of existing Schulich community focused EE projects: Strategy Field Study Course – MGMT 6100; Global Leadership Program – GLP; Management Consulting Course – MGMT 6960.
Work Focused: Students have the opportunity to develop competencies and skills and augment the theories/concepts learned in their degree programs by getting hands-on work experience within organizational environments while they earn academic credits (e.g. placements, internships, co-ops). Existing Schulich work focused EE projects: MBA Graduate Placement Course -MGMT 6850, Master of Marketing Graduate Placement – MKTG 6905, BBA Work Placement – MGMT 4850, iBBA Work Placement – IBUS 4100.