Designated Courses

Fall 2018 Courses
  • Computer Infrastructure Capstone Project – Khaled Alzoubi
  • Practicing Faithful Justice – Christie Billups
  • Diversity and Social Justice – Jennifer Buntin
  • Foundations of Peace Studies – Jim Burke
  • Introduction to Professional Writing – Jennifer Consilio
  • American National Government – Justin Delacour
  • Introduction to Social Work – John Halloran and Gretchen Hoge
  • ST: Community News and Information – Tracy Hemmingway
  • Strategic Comprehension Instruction and Practicum for the Reading Teacher – Jung Kim
  • Supervisory Management – Jim Krejci
  • Strategic Management Theories and Application – Jim Krejci and Jeff Trask
  • Software Systems Capstone Project – Michael Lewis
  • State and Local Government – Laurette Liesen
  • Marketing Strategy – Jim Oakley
  • Field Experience 1: Community and School Immersion – Ann O’Brien
  • Methods and Content of Teaching Social Studies – Elizabeth Sturm
  • ST: Community Engaged Learning Leadership Seminar – Laura Wilmarth Tyna
WHAT TO EXPECT IN A Community Engaged Learning COURSE
  • Apply what you’re learning in the classroom while serving real needs in the community
  • 20 hours or more out in the community will supplement and transform traditional course materials and instruction
  • Collaborate with peers, the course instructor and community partner representatives
  • Reflect on your experience in the community as well as integrate experiential learning with in-class readings, input, and assignments
  • Contribute to the learning of other classmates
  • Deepen understanding and appreciation for culture, realities, joys, and challenges as found in the community where service is offered
  • Develop leadership skills and grow in confidence as potential agents of change
BENEFITS TO STUDENTS
  • Enhance learning and enthusiasm for subject area
  • Enrich resume
  • Refine career goals
  • Better develop disciplinary skills from applications in real world settings
  • Achieve a higher level of confidence through reflection , improved competency, and knowledge beyond the classroom