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Service Learning Courses

A variety of courses are available for interface with programs at the Center for Community Engagement. Disciplines range from (but are not limited to) Health Services to Social Work and Criminology. Students are encouraged by the CCE and teaching faculty to participate actively in Community Programs with the available courses provided.

Service-learning is described as: “a method under which students learn and develop through thoughtfully organized service that: is conducted in and meets the needs of a community and is coordinated with an institution of higher education, and with the community; helps foster civic responsibility; is integrated into and enhances the academic curriculum of the students enrolled; and includes structured time for students to reflect on the service experience.”

American Association for Higher Education (AAHE), 1993

CURRENT COURSE LISTINGS (1/22/20):

ANTHROPOLOGY, Perez, 240.01

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, K. Lee, 410.01

EDUCATION, K. Lee, 200.01

EDUCATION. Rodriguez, 110.01

 

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION, B. Griffiths, 104.07

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION, B. Griffiths, 104.09

 

PSYCHOLOGY, Leszczynski, 101.01

 

PUBLIC HEALTH, Gimenez, 228.01

PUBLIC HEALTH, Gimenez , 228.02

 

SOCIAL WORK, Caban-Owen, 420.01

SOCIAL WORK, Chiang, 312.02

SOCIAL WORK, Caban-Owen, 312.03

SOCIAL WORK, Agnew, 200.01

 

SOCIOLOGY, Canterbury, 100.02

SOCIOLOGY, Bergstrom Lynch, 400.01

SOCIOLOGY, S. Brown, 346.01

SOCIOLOGY, Simon, 303 .01

SOCIOLOGY, Simon, 201.01

 

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