Professors across all five schools reported on whether or not their classes included field experiences. Responses varied significantly. For example, a relatively small proportion of classes in the School of Science were reported to include field experiences, but a large proportion of faculty reported that field experiences in this school would not be useful. This could be due to the widespread presence of labs, which could serve as a substitute for field experiences. In contrast, a relatively small proportion of classes in the School of Engineering were reported to include field experiences but faculty in this school were much more likely to report that field experiences would be useful, indicating a widespread desire to tie engineering content to real-world applications.