WEXP Courses

Work Experience Course Information and Orientation Schedule

Once you register for a Work Experience ONLINE Course you MUST ATTEND an ORIENTATION. You will need to attend the orientation with the instructor listed on your class schedule. If you are NOT registered in a WEXP course you may attend one of the orientations listed below for more information. If you find the course is appropriate for you, the instructor at the orientation will inform you how to register for a Work Experience Course. Students can earn 1-4 units per semester, based on completed work hours.

Spring 2015 – WEXP 198, 298, 498

WEXP (16 week – Online Course) Orientation – Instructor Poonam Kelkar

  • Weds, 1/21/14 4:00pm – 5:30pm – Location LRC 141
  • Thurs, 1/22/14 4:00pm – 5:30pm – Location LRC 141

WEXP (16 week – In Person Course) Class – Instructor TBD

  • Monday’s 7:30am-8:35am – Beginning January 17, 2015
  • Location – MOHR Hall 1

 

Work Experience Education Courses – 3 Sections (Online Courses)

To help you choose which section best fits your educational needs, please read the course descriptions below:

WEXP 198 (General) AA/AS – Meets Area III B      

1-3 Units (units earned dependent on hours worked)

Enrollment Requirement:

Student must be working in a paid/unpaid job or volunteer position and can earn academic credit for work they are already doing. Student does not have to have a declared a major.

WEXP 298 (in Subject) AA/AS – Meets Area III B

1-4 Units (units earned dependent on hours worked)

Enrollment Requirement:

Student must be working in a job, volunteer position or internship directly related to the student’s major in a Career and Technical Program. Typically the programs are designed for non-transfer students and those wanting to go directly to work upon completion of their program.

WEXP 498 (in Subject) AA/AS – Meets Area III B (Only section transferrable to CSU)

1-4 Units (units earned dependent on hours worked)

Enrollment Requirement:

Student must be working in a job, volunteer position or internship directly related to the student’s major in an academic/transferrable program. Typically the programs are designed for students wanting to transfer and pursue further education.