Prescribed Course for the Minor
CAS 222 (GS;US;IL) (CIVCM 211, YFE 211) Foundations: Civic and Community Engagement (3)
Conceptual foundations of public scholarship and orientation to contemporary themes and issues in civic and community engagement. (Includes Service learning/community-based research)
Supporting Courses and Related Areas
AYFCE 297A Service Learning Scholars (1)
This course combines theory and practice in service learning and community- based research to train students to be teacher's assistants in courses involving service learning or community-based research. Students will read about, study, discuss, and write about the salient issues in service learning and community-based research and will be assigned to a course involving service learning and community-based research.
BI SC 003, SECTIONS 003 AND 004 ONLY (GN) Environmental Science (3)
Kinds of environments; past and present uses and abuses of natural resources; disposal of human wastes; prospects for the future. Students who have passed BIOL 220 or any other upper-level ecology course in biology may not schedule this course. (Includes service learning/community-based research)
CAS 201 (GH) Rhetorical Theory (3)
History and theory of public advocacy and civic discourse.
CAS 453 Health Communication Theory and Research (3)
Principles of communication about health across the lifespan and within health-care contexts. (Includes service learning/community-based research)
CRIM 100 (GS) (CRIM 100) Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
Overview of the criminal justice system, including legal foundations, processing and correction of offenders, extent and types of crime, victims.
EDTHP 115A (GS;US) Competing Rights: Issues in American Education (3)
An examination of educational issues relevant to democratic citizenship; emphasis is on understanding the relationship among politics, schools, and society.
ENGL 015, SECTION 009 ONLY (GWS) Rhetoric and Composition (3)
Instruction and practice in writing expository prose that shows sensitivity to audience and purpose. (Includes community-based research)
ENGL 474 Issues in Rhetoric and Composition: The Rhetoric of African American History (3 per semester, maximum of 6)
Examines selected topics in the field of rhetoric and composition. (Includes community-based research)
LER 136 (US) (WMNST 136) Race, Gender, and Employment (3)
Employment relations and legislative and policy responses to labor force issues of racial and gender inequality.
SOC 030 (GS) Sociology of the Family (3)
Family structure and interaction; functions of the family as an institution; cross-cultural comparisons. Students may take only one course for General Education credit from SOC 030 or HD FS 129.
- Center for Service Learning and Community- Based Research