Liberal and Fine Arts (LFA)

Liberal and Fine Arts (LFA) Courses

LFA 1100. COLFA Signature Experience - Leadership. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

A semester-long opportunity for skill building and application such as self, social, and situational awareness. Students will identify and further develop a personal foundation of knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to leadership under the supervision of a faculty member or mentor. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 1200. COLFA Signature Experience - Internship. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An experiential learning internship opportunity in which students conduct supervised professional activities in an organization closely related to their field of study. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 1300. COLFA Signature Experience - Research. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

Supervised research mentored by a faculty member or other supervisor engaged in active research in the student's field of study. Includes skill building and application such as asking questions, proposing hypotheses, designing studies, selecting methods, using the tools of science, gathering and analyzing data, discovering, investigating, and communicating findings. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 1400. COLFA Signature Experience - Study Away. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An international or other “away” from UTSA experiential opportunity that allows students to obtain valuable knowledge and skill building to include culturally diverse experiences. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 1500. COLFA Signature Experience - Community Engagement. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An experiential and meaningful community-based learning opportunity to enrich the learning experience and develop skills of civic engagement/social responsibility. Supervision by a faculty member or community partner. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 2000. COLFA Second Language Experience. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

Activity in partial fulfillment of COLFA Second Language Experience. Possible activities include qualifying study abroad, study away, internship, practicum, community-based or engaged learning, student organization or club, or creative activity (theatrical production, film-making, or other artistic or media production). May be repeated.

LFA 4100. COLFA Signature Experience - Leadership. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

A semester-long opportunity for skill building and application such as self, social, and situational awareness. Students will identify and further develop a personal foundation of knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to leadership under the supervision of a faculty member or mentor. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 4200. COLFA Signature Experience - Internship. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An experiential learning internship opportunity in which students conduct supervised professional activities in an organization closely related to their field of study. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 4300. COLFA Signature Experience - Research. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

Supervised research mentored by a faculty member or other supervisor engaged in active research in the student's field of study. Includes skill building and application such as asking questions, proposing hypotheses, designing studies, selecting methods, using the tools of science, gathering and analyzing data, discovery, investigating and communicating findings. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 4400. COLFA Signature Experience - Study Away. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An international or other “away” from UTSA experiential opportunity that allows students to obtain valuable knowledge and skill building to include culturally diverse experiences. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.

LFA 4500. COLFA Signature Experience - Community Engagement. (0-0) 0 Credit Hours.

An experiential and meaningful community-based learning opportunity to enrich the learning experience and develop skills of civic engagement/social responsibility. Supervision by a faculty member or community partner. Includes a monitored self-reflection component. May be repeated.