Service-Learning semester Courses

Service-Learning courses typically require a three hour weekly volunteer commitment in an inner city Philadelphia agency working with marginalized communities. Volunteer work will be integrated with course content and reflection.

Spring 2017 Open Service-Learning Semester Courses

ART 209-SLR, Contemporary Art, TR 9:30-10:45am, Dr. Hage

*Writing Intensive and Faith-Justice Studies Minor course

ENG 322-SLR, Literature and Social Reform in Antebellum New England, MWF 12:20-1:10pm, Dr. Norberg,

* ART/LIT, Writing Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies Minor course

PHL 250-SLR, Philosophy of Death, TR, 2:00-3:15pm, Dr. Murphy,

*Philosophical Anthropology

PMK 190-SLR, Healthcare Delivery Alternatives, T 6:30-9:10pm, Dr. DelConte

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

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

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

Application Required:

ENG 444-STR, Writing Through Race, Class and Gender: Northern Ireland, Dr. Green (contact agreen@sju.edu or jamitran@sju.edu)

SOC 377-SLR, Exploring Crime and Justice Behind the Walls: Inside Out, Dr. Clampet-Lundquist

THE 358-STR, Faith, Justice and the Jesuit Mission in Bolivia, Fr. Joyce (contact djoyce@sju.edu  or ajursca@sju.edu)