Mentorship in Speech Communication
A mentorship class is an individually arranged course wherein a student learns how to teach undergraduates by serving as an assistant to a particular professor. The highly qualified student must have taken the course for which he or she is serving as a mentor/assistant and must attend the class meetings during the semester of enrollment. Normally, the student will present one or more lectures in the class and perform other duties as directed by the professor. Mentorship requires permission for enrollment.