GNST 2800 Course

Division: Administrative Division

Department: Administration

Course: GNST 2800

Title: Special Projects

Description: This course involves a special project where there is a demonstrated need which cannot be met through enrollment in a regularly scheduled course. It also could include special projects of unusual merit in furthering a student's professional and academic goals. Students must be able to sustain and complete independent learning projects. The course provides a framework for developing and enhancing student abilities. The Special Projects Contract must be completed, and will indicate the department through which credit will be awarded. Special projects for one credit can be approved by the advisor, the division dean, and the division representative to the Curriculum Committee. Projects for more than one credit must be approved by the advisor, division dean, and Curriculum Committee. Credit for a special project normally should be one to two credit hours depending on the work completed, but may be more with approval of the dean and Curriculum Committee. Unless approved in the contract, special project credit may not be used to satisfy general education requirements. Repeatable for credit. (For students in Automotive Technology, see Auto 2900 Special Projects.)

Courses Taught Fall 2019

    Courses Taught Spring 2020

    • 2800-0015:00 pm-5:00 pmAllred, David A.
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