Designed to serve as a 'transition' course for seniors at The Ohio State University, preparing them for their first professional position. Students will synthesize their knowledge and skills developed while at OSU and learn how transition those talents into practical application. Prereq: Sr standing.
Explore past, current, and potential trends and issues related to Extension programming and apply them to professional settings. Students will learn about contemporary issues and how to use futuring and strategic planning tools to address the issues. Concur: 5380 and 5381.
This course is designed to prepare students to meet the ethical challenges facing employees and other members of education, nonprofit organizations and business. The class will address moral issues at every organizational level - personal, interpersonal, group and system wide.
The capstone brings together a student's theory and programmatic work during their undergraduate career and applies it to a cohesive pattern that related to applied professional Extension work settings. Concur: 5380 and 5382.
Under the supervision of a Departmental faculty instructor and daily leadership of an experienced Extension educator at the county level, students will enhance their professional and technical competencies in Extension education. Concur: 5381 and 5382.
Introduction to and analysis of youth organizations and youth program management. Theories, principles, and key concepts important for assuming leadership roles in contemporary youth organizations. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for both AEE 642 and 643.
Introductory skills in volunteer and human resource management for working in educational and non-profit organizations with paid and unpaid staff. Examination of principles, methods, and models and application with case studies. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for AEE 795.02.
Examining the teaching and learning process with emphasis on planning and delivering agricultural instruction for agribusiness, extension, and non-formal learning environments.
Group studies for student in specialized programs. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 cr hrs or 5 completions.
Planning, conducting and reporting a special study appropriate to the needs of the student. Prereq: CPHR 2.50 or above, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.