Students can fulfill their academic enrichment experience requirement by completing one of the following courses:

  1. ASC 333 Scholar of Teaching and Learning in Animal Sciences

a. Student is a peer instructor for ASC 101 Domestic Animal Biology.
b.  Student complete the ASC 101 peer instructor form
c.  Student obtains approval to be a peer instructor for ASC 101 by Dr. Wahrmund.
d. An override is issued by either Ann Leed or the Ag Advising Office for the student to enroll in the correct section of ASC 333.
e.  Student completes the requirements outlined by Dr. Wahrmund.
f.  A letter grade is given to the student at the end of the semester.

2. ASC 395 Undergraduate Research

a. Student works with a faculty member to identify an undergraduate research project.
b. Student and faculty complete the Undergraduate Independent Study Contract.

i. 1 credit hour – 48 hours of work
ii. 2 credit hours – 96 hours of work
iii. 3 credit hours – 144 hours of work

c. Student obtains necessary signatures on the contract and turns the contract into Amanda Saha, room N8 Ag Science Building. The student will be registered for ASC 395 by the Ag Advising Office.
d. A letter grade is given to the student at the end of the semester.

3. ASC 399 Internship
Review the following documents

a. Internship requirements.
b. Internship learning contract for ASC Pre-Vet Students.
Internship learning contract for all other ASC Students.
c. Internship supervisor contract for ASC Pre-Vet Students.
Internship supervisor contract for ASC Students.
d. A pass/fail grade is given to the student at the end of the semester.

4. EAP 599 Study Abroad

a. Student works with the UK Education Abroad Office to apply for an education abroad experience.
b. Enroll in EAP 599 for the semester or summer traveling abroad.
c. Student fulfills the requirements of EAP 599 (pre-departure meeting, post-departure meeting, seminar).
d. A pass/fail grade is given to the student at the end of the semester.

5. GEN 300 CAFE Peer Instructor

a. Student is a peer instructor for GEN 100 Issues in Agriculture, Food and Environment or an Animal Sciences undergraduate course. Other GEN 300 courses will not fulfill the AEE requirement (example Climate Change and Agriculture).
b. Student and the course professor complete the GEN 300 Peer Instructor Registration Form.
c. Student obtains necessary signatures on contract and turns the contract into the Ag Advising Office, room N24 Ag Science Building. The student will be registered for the correct section of GEN 300 by the Ag Advising Office.
d. Student completes the requirements outlined by the course professor.
e. A pass/fail grade is given to the student at the end of the semester.

6. Other

a. In some cases students can complete their Academic Enrichment Experience by competing on the Livestock Judging Team, Meats Judging Team, Dairy Judging Team or Dairy Challenge Team.
b. In this situation, the student should work with a faculty sponsor as the student will need to complete a tangible end product (report, article, poster, etc.).