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student Alex Fechtel on study abroad trip to Greece

Registering for and Completing INS3950

INS3950 is a 0-credit course used to mark completion of the International Educational Experience requirement on a student's transcript. A student must register for this during the semester in which he/she will be undertaking an activity (study abroad or internship) in fulfillment of the International Educational Experience requirement, in addition to any related study abroad or internship courses.

 To do so, the student must first request permission by completing and submitting the document titled "Request for Approval to Register in INS3950 International Educational Experience" found in the Canvas site for International Studies (Pages > Forms). Students needing assistance should contact David Kersey, academic advisor, or Clayton McCarl, director of International Studies.

 Once the student's request is approved, they will receive an email indicating that they have approval in the system to register for INS3950. 

 Students will be required to submit a short written piece about their experience, and possibly other documentation, in order to have INS3950 marked as completed at the end of the term in question. Details will be provided in the course site in Canvas for INS3950 for the corresponding semester.