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CAP is in the Community Development and Applied Economics Department on campus and provides students with hands-on applied learning opportunities.
- CDAE 159 covers a requirement for the following majors: Community Entrepreneurship, Community and International Development and Public Communication (Stategic Communication and for the following minors: Community and International Development and Consumer Affairs
- CDAE 259 deepens knowledge learned in the CDAE 159 course. This course is approved for graduate credit.
Students may take either course as an elective credit, and if concerned the course may not count as credit toward a major/minor can ask about advisor approved electives.