This course combines a classroom seminar with on-the-job work experience, to provide a vital link between classroom theories and ideas and the world of work. Assignments may be in private, public, or non-profit organizations in areas such as manufacturing, retailing, personnel, accounting, service or governmental organizations, or finance. This experience will enable students, under supervision, to integrate experience with theoretical knowledge. Each credit earned requires 40 hours of work placement. In addition, six classroom seminar periods are required during the semester, where students will establish learning goals for the work assignment, discuss work-related issues, and career development in their field. Students must complete their work assignment, attend the seminars, and complete their required course papers in order to receive credit for the course.