Chapman student performs research in science lab.
Learning at Chapman

» Experiential Learning at Chapman

Experiential learning is a mutually reinforcing engagement of ideas and experience.  Moving beyond the classroom, you can develop new knowledge, apply expertise, contribute to communities and add to the learning of others. Through experiential learning, you can:
  • Explore Professional Areas
  • Develop Intercultural Skills
  • Earn Credits Toward Graduation
  • Satisfy Portions of the GE Global Citizen Cluster

At Chapman, we encourage you to enhance your learning by making experiential forms of education part of your academic program.  Follow the links below to learn more about your experiential learning options.

Visit the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity for information on research opportunities, events, funding, e-journals, and more.

Student interns

Domestic & International Internships

Make the workplace your classroom and bring your academic training to new organizational and cultural environments.
Study Abroad Programs at Chapman

Study Abroad Opportunities

Turn the world into a classroom and cross your own educational and cultural borders by studying around the world
Professor and students

Student-Faculty Research

Work side by side with faculty in natural and social science labs or develop your own faculty-mentored project in your major discipline.