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.


Spring 2020 Service-Learning Semester Courses

Semester courses

BIO 320- SLR, Science Communication and Outreach, R, 12:30-3:30pm

*Faith-Justice Studies

CRJ 655-SL1, Inside Out, Exploring Crime and Justice, T 5pm-8:30pm, Dr. Clampet-Lundquist

*Faith-Justice Studies, Students selected via application. 

DSS 420-SL1, Data Analysis and Design, TR 9:30-10:45am, Dr. Garwood

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-Based SLR

DSS 420-SL2, Data Analysis and Design, TR 12:30-1:45pm, Dr. Garwood

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-Based SLR

ECN 480-SLR, Economics of Poverty, TR 2:00-3:15pm, Dr. Fox

*Writing Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies 

ENG 473-SLR, Inside Out, Everybody's Protest: The Practice of Citizenship and Unthought, T 5pm-8:30pm, Dr. Lockridge    

*Faith-Justice Studies, Students selected via application. 

MKT 343-D01, Entertainment Marketing, W, 6:30-9:15pm, Dr. Burkhalter

MKT 401-SL1, Marketing Strategies, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. Batra

PMK 491-SLR, Independent Study: Health Care Delivery, TBD

POL 490-D01, Global Smarts Internship, Ms. McCahill 

REL 272-STR, Indigenous Religions, Economic Globalization and Human Rights in Bolivia, TR 3:30-4:45pm, Dr. Krahmer

*Religious Difference or DGNW, Ethics Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies, Latin American Studies, & IBU. For more information email Dr. Krahmer (skrahm@sju.edu) or visit Center for International Programs.

SOC 270-SL1, Special Topics: Feeding Philadelphia, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. Brown

*American Studies, Faith-Justice Studies

SOC 390-SLR, Inside Out, Everybody's Protest: The Practice of Citizenship and Unthought, T 5pm-8:30pm, Dr. Clampet-Lundquist.

*Faith-Justice Studies, Students selected via application. 

THE 359-STR, Religion, Violence and Terrorism, TR 3:30-4:45pm, Dr. Aspan

*Faith-Justice Studies; Students selected by application. For more information contact Jill Welsh (Jill.Welsh@sju.edu) or Danielle Critelli (Dcritell@sju.edu)

THE 366-SLR, Christian Medical Ethics, R 3:30-6:15pm, Dr. Clark, SJ

*Ethics Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies, Health Care Ethics, Justice Ethics and the Law, Latin American Studies 

 

Freshmen Spring Semester courses

*all qualify as Faith-Justice Studies courses

EDU 151-SLR, Development, Cognition and Learning, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. Johnson

ENG 102-SL1 Texts and Contexts, MWF 11:15am-12:05pm, Dr. Gilman

ENG 102-SL2 Texts and Contexts, TR 9:30-10:45am, Dr. Parker

PHL 154-SL3 Moral Foundations, MWF 11:15am-12:05pm, Dr. McDonald

PHL 154-SL1 Moral Foundations, MWF 11:15am-12:05pm, Dr. Boettcher

PHL 154-SL2 Moral Foundations, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. McDonald

SOC 202-SL1 Advanced Social Problems, TR 9:30-10:45am, Dr. Bergen

THE 154 -SLR Faith, Justice, and the Catholic Tradition, MWF 10:10-11am, Dr. O'Sullivan