Student initiated experiential learning opportunities can be developed as a credit course in consultation with the course instructor. Students who find suitable employment in their chosen industry related to food, agriculture and environment over a summer semester can receive credit while completing the requirements for this course. This course is designed to run from May until November, with registration in the Fall semester. Students must confirm participation in this course by May 1st, prior to starting their summer employment. The course is designed to meet the needs of B.A. Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, B.Comm. Food and Agricultural Business, B.Sc.(Agr.), B.Sc.(Env.), BBRM, B.Sc. Food Science, and BIESP.