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 Spring 2019 Service-Learning Semester Courses

BIO 320- SLR, Science Communication and Outreach, R, 12:20-3:20pm, Ms. Southwell

*Faith-Justice Studies

DSS 420-SLR,  Data Analysis and Design, TR 8:00-9:15am, Dr. Garwood

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-Based SLR

ENG 444-STR, Identities in Conflict, Northern Ireland: Violence, Reconciliation and Community,

R 6:30-9:15pm, Dr. Green

*Writing Intensive, DGNW, Faith-Justice Studies, JEL. Selected by application. Contact Jill Welsh ( or Dr. Green (

ENG 472/PHL 342-SLR Life and Its Boundaries: Exploring Death and Dying, Inside and Out,

W 12:15-5pm, Drs. Green and Linehan, Applications available at Due 10/19

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

FMK  370-SLR, Digital and Social Media, MWF 9:05-9:55am, Dr. Coary

*Faith-Justice Studies, Project-Based SLR

MGT 120-SLR, Introduction to Management, W 6::30-9:10pm, Dr. Swift

*Faith-Justice Studies

PHL 250-SLR, Philosophy of Death, TR 3:30-4:45pm, Dr. Murphy

*Philosophical Anthropology, Faith-Justice Studies

PMK 190-SLR, Healthcare Delivery Alternatives, TR 2:00-3:15pm, Dr. DelConte

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

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

*Religious Difference or  DGNW, Ethics Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies, Latin American Studies, & IBU

for more information email Dr. Krahmer ( or visit Center for International Programs

SOC 349-SLR, Poverty, Ethics and Social Policy, MWF 10:10-11:00am, Dr. Clampet-Lundquist

*Ethics Intensive, Faith-Justice Studies

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

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