International Service Learning Program

International Cultural Experience Service Learning in the Philippines

3.0 hours course credit

Fall Term 2015 – Cebu, Philippines Course meets Tuesdays 4:00-6:35pm, travel portion of course: December 9-18, 2015

Open to all students – focus is engineering, science, technology

Undergraduate or Graduate majors: Engineering: Bioengineering, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, and Geosciences, Math, Physics, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology

Unique opportunity for engineering, science and technology students to participate in the experience of a lifetime – International Service Learning in the Philippines.

Gain experiential learning in culture, teaching, team building, diversity and leadership – experience another culture through direct teaching to local students in Cebu, Philippines village schools. See this unique and interesting part of the world with the student group traveling to this wonderful place.

In this course, student teams design hands-on learning projects related to engineering and science such as energy generation systems, logistics, structures, electric circuits, materials, robotics and chemical experiments to illustrate science and engineering in fun and challenging ways. In the travel portion of the course you will teach a class of students as part of a multi-disciplinary teaching team.

Visit louisville.edu/islp to apply

Course Number: CEE 590-01 International Service Learning – Engineering (3.0 credit hours)
This course can count for undergrad or graduate credit toward degree with your department approval either as an elective course or substitute for another required course or can simply be an extra course.

Registration and course information

cost $3325 (all inclusive door to door – food, lodging, transportation, airfare, tariffs & fees, supplies).

Additional information contact

Dr. Mark N. French
Email: mark.french@louisville.edu
Phone: (502) 852-0144
Office: WS Speed Hall, Room 121