The liberal studies junior year requirement can be satisfied in three ways:
In the past year economics majors have held internships at a variety of organizations including: an insurance company medical economics unit, brokerage/financial services companies, banks, law firms and the Chamber of Commerce. The Career Center oversees the University Internship Program (UIP). For more information about how to find an internship and how to have it count for experiential learning credit, please visit their website.
Students can spend a term or more abroad through the Study Abroad Program (receiving multiple course credits, including experiential learning) or participate in a shorter (usually 2- to 3-week) Foreign Study Tour through the Driehaus Center for International Business.
Driehaus Center for International Business Experiential Learning Courses
Several departments offer courses which carry experiential learning credit. These courses typically involve some sort of field work in the Chicago area. You can use Class Search to identify the list of courses being offered each term.