WEXP Courses

Work Experience Course Information and Orientation Schedule

If you are registered 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 still 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 the course you are registered in and the completed work hours at the end of the term.

WEXP Course Orientations – FALL 2016

2nd 8 wks – October 13 – December 9

WEXP 198/WEXP 298/WEXP 498/BUS 498 – Sections 17047, 17051, 17054, 17032

Instructor – Estelita Spears

Orientation dates (you MUST ATTEND ONE):

  • Wednesday, October 12, 2016 4pm-5pm – Location LRC 141
  • Thursday, October 20, 2016 4:30pm-5:30pm – Location LRC 141

WEXP 198/WEXP 298/WEXP 498/BUS 498 – Sections 17487, 17488, 17489, 17486

Instructor – Sheri Goldberg

Orientation dates (you MUST ATTEND ONE):

  • Thursday, October 13, 2016 3pm-5pm – Location LRC 141
  • Thursday, October 13, 2016 5pm-7pm – Location LRC 141

Work Experience Education Courses – (Online Course Description)

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) 

*This course may be taken 4 times (up to 16 units), with new or expanded learning.

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)

*This course may be taken 4 times (up to 16 units), with new or expanded learning.

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)

*This course may be taken 4 times (up to 16 units), with new or expanded learning.

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.