Your next class assignment: a real-world industry project.
What it is
Work-integrated learning is an opportunity for faculty to incorporate industry projects into the classroom, for students to develop career competencies, and for employers to connect with the workers of tomorrow.
Work-integrated learning matches ASU faculty with industry professionals and together they develop, design, and manage interactive experiences that match the course curriculum and provide professional development for learners.
Examples of projects include:
Machine Learning Software
Social Media Campaigns
Student experience in applying what they’ve learned to real-world problems is a top indicator of workplace success. (Gallup)
Experiential project-based learning is a teaching method that involves students constructing and designing solutions to a industry specific problem offered by a company or non-profit partner. This project-based learning allows students to develop professional competencies and prepare them for workplace success.