Put theory into practice within or outside of the classroom when you take a course with hands-on learning. These classes include labs, simulations, capstone projects, studio work, performances or exhibits, where you apply what you’ve learned and show what you can do.
courses with EL
courses with a practicum
courses with capstone projects
How you can learn
Drama, dance, music or visual arts events, exhibitions or performances designed to showcase artistic work or creative processes. Can allow students to gain experience with careers in the arts.
A final year project that integrates what students have learned and requires application of theory.
As part of a course, projects based in the community or in industry designed to apply some course material to a real-world problem.
Provide direct experience and active learning with a new skill, tool or technology. Often shorter than a course, ranging from a few hours to several days.
Hands-on application of class concepts through observation, measurement, testing and experimentation. Can be scientific or non-scientific.
A course in which a portion consists of a practical training in which theory is put into practice.
Sometimes computer-based, simulations engage students interactively to apply prior knowledge and experiment to solve realistic problems.
Using an experiential learning approach, CityStudio Greater Montreal provides an opportunity for students to research, develop, and prototype solutions to real-world challenges.
Riipen: Experiential learning platform
Concordia faculty now have access to Riipen, a Canadian experiential learning platform that connects students with industry and community partners to complete real-world projects for academic credit.