Service-Learning courses can be relationship-based, project based or immersion based. All have meaningful commitments designed throughout the semester with a local community partner organization. Community-based work will be integrated with course content and reflection.


Open Fall 2019 Service-Learning Semester Courses

BIO 320-SLR, Science Communication and Outreach, R, 12:30-3:30, Dr. Snetselaar

*Faith-Justice Studies

DSS 420-SL1, Data Analysis and Design, MWF 11:15am-12:05, Dr. Garwood

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-based Service-Learning

DSS 420-SL2, Data Analysis and Design, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. Garwood

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-Based Service-Learning

ENG 450-SL1, Hospital Stories, Green, Ann

*DGNW, Writing Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies, Health-Care Ethics

ENG 483/PHL 251-SL1, Life and Its Boundaries: Exploring Death, Dying,Inside Out, W, 12:15-5pm, Drs. Green and Linehan,

*Philosophical Anthropology, Faith-Justice Studies; Immersion course

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IHS 345-SL1, Dying Well: The Hospice Movement, TR 3:3-4:45pm, Dr. Bernt

*Faith-Justice Studies, Health Care Ethics

MHC 221-SL1, Diversity in the Workplace, TR 2:00pm-3:15pm, Dr. Ford

*Diversity, Globalization and Non Western (DGNW)

PMK 190-SLR, Healthcare Delivery Alternatives, TR 9:30-10:45am, Dr. DelConte

*Ethics Intensive, Health Care Ethics, Faith-Justice Studies

THE/IHS 368-SLR/STR, Just Health Care in Developing Nations, TR 3:30-4:45pm, Dr. Clark, SJ and Ms. Keffer,

*Ethics Intensive, DGNW, Health Care Ethics and Faith-Justice Studies

More information on the study tour section and application is available on CIP's website.

 

Interested in deepening your service-learning experience? Selected community partners will be offering internships through POL 491 this Fall.