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Community Based Learning for Students

Community-Based Learning courses offer undergraduate students the opportunity to experience service-learning as part of an existing course. A Community-Based Learning course has met 8 criteria to be designated by the Center of Community Engagement & Service and the Registrar as a CB course. CB courses are unique in having community engagement embedded into course content and prioritized in learning outcomes. Students practice, re-examine, and deepen their classroom learning through 20 hours of direct service or a project with a nonprofit organization.

Fall 2021 CB Courses

Spring 2022 CB Courses

Community Based learning volunteers

Fall 2021 Courses

College of Arts & Sciences

  • SPAN-458-001/002: Spanish Translation (J. Isaac/B. Werth)
  • HLTH-111-001: Public Health Scholars Lab (M. Free)
  • HLTH-323-001: Issues of Women's Health (A. Richardson)
  • HLTH-480-001: Public Health Capstone (M. Hawkins)
  • PSYCH-345-001: Community Psychology (N. Enchautegui-de-Jesus)

Kogod School of Business

  • MGMT-403-001: Representing Talent (J. Simson)

School of Communication

  • COMM-437-001: Public Relations Portfolio (G. Puglisi)

School of International Service

  • SIS-310-001: Nonviolent Struggle in Theory & Practice (B. Wein)
  • SISA-341-001: Int'l Development & Institutional Strengthening (AU Nairobi)

School of Public Affairs

  • JLC-444-003: Inside Out Criminal Procedures (T. Simmons)

CORE

  • CORE-106-014: Food Justice Matters (C. Davis)
  • CORE-106-013: Ethical & Pol. Dimensions of Climate Change (T. Eisenstadt)
  • CORE-107-004: Doing Better at Doing Good (A. Choutka)