Programs of Study
Which Recommend or Require an Experiential Learning Experience

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Many of the programs at Three Rivers Community College recommend or require an experiential learning experience in order to fulfill program outcomes as well as provide students with a plethora of experience as they prepare for entering their field of choice. Experiential learning also allows students to explore, learning about different fields and themselves.

Below is a listing of these programs and their appropriate contacts.

Business Programs - Department Chair - Ed Muenzner 860-215-9456

Accounting - Ed Muenzner 860-215-9456

Business Administration - G. Kent Harding 860-215-9435

Marketing - Irene Clampet 860-215-9414

Social Sciences - Department Chair: Dov Kugelmass 860-215-9446

Criminal Justice - Jeffrey Crouch 860-215-9418

Human Services - Joyce Martin 860-215-9451

Early Childhood Education - Sheila Skahan 860-215-9475

General Studies and Liberal Arts and Sciences - Steven Neufeld 860-215-9457


Nursing/Pre Allied Health - Director Edith Ouellet 860-215-9460

Please note: The Nursing Program is a selective admission program and will include clinical experiences which fall under "experiential learning".

Engineering Technologies - Department Chair: Allan Anderson  860-215-9403

Construction Technology- Mark Comeau 860-215-9415

Computer Science Technology -  Joe Johnson 860-215-9440

Electrical, Laser and Robotics Engineering Technology - Dan Courtney 860-215-9417

Environmental Engineering Technology - Diba Khan-Bureau 860-215-9443

General Engineering Technology - Michael Gentry 860-215-9428

Mechanical Engineering Technology - Michael Gentry 860-215-9428

Manufacturing Engineering Technology - Michael Gentry 860-215-9428

Nuclear Engineering Technology - James Sherrard 860-215-9472

Teaching Assistantships

Some courses give the opportunity for students to work closely with faculty to learn more about teaching in certain subject areas. Find course descriptions here.

Humanities - see Humanities department chair Terry Delaney 860-215-9422

     ANT* K296 - Teaching Assistantship in Anthropology

     HIS* K296 - Teaching Assistantship in History

     SPA* K296 - Teaching Assistantship in Spanish

Social Sciences - see Social Sciences department chair Dov Kugelmass 860-215-9446

     ECN* K296 - Teaching Assistantship in Economics

     POL* K289 - Teaching Assistantship in Politics

     PSY* K296 - Teaching Assistanship in Psychology

Sciences - see Science Department Chair Leslie Samuelson 860-215-9467

     BIO* K294 - Teaching Assistantship in Biology


Opportunities can also be found through our Service Learning programs.