Service-Learning Courses

2013-2014 Service-Learning Course Offerings
Advanced Marine Biology (BSC 4312C)

PR: BSC 3XXX (Principles of Marine Biology) and a "C" (2.0) or better in PCB 3044 An advanced treatment of current issues in marine biology, emphasizing biodiversity and marine conservation through research, service-learning and field experiences. Even Spring. M&S fee $45.00
College of Sciences
Biology
4 units, Lab & Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

SL Sustainability: Socially & Economically Viable Environmental (BSC 4861L)

Protection: PR: A "C" (2.0) or better in BSC 2010C or C.I.
A service-learning course utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to developing models and implementing programs designed to result in environmental sustainability. Occasional.
College of Sciences
Biology
3 units, Lab
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Introduction to Communication (COM 1000; Section Instructor: Steven Neel)

Survey course introducing students to theory, research, and practical principles associated with human communication in interpersonal, public, and professional contexts. Fall, Spring.
College of Sciences
Communication
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Creative Writing in the Community (CRW 4804)

PR: English major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053, and at least one of CRW 3120, CRW 3211, CRW 3310, or C.I. Teaching creative writing to community groups through service-learning. Occasional.
College of Arts & Humanities
English
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Introduction to the Teaching Profession (EDF 2005)

A survey course including an orientation to education careers, ethics, and the historical, philosophical and sociological foundations of education. This course has a field component. Fall, Spring.
College of Education
School of Teaching, Learning & Leadership
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Teaching Strategies and Classroom Management (EDG 4410)

PR: EDF 2005, EDF 2085, EME 2040, or C.I.
Instructional, organizational and classroom management strategies to create effective learning environments. Fifteen hour in-school experience required. Fall, Spring.
College of Education
School of Teaching, Learning & Leadership
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Instructional Systems Design (EME 6613)

PR: Graduate standing or C.I.
This course focuses on the systematic analysis and design of instruction, including task, learner, and context analyses, objectives and learner assessments, media selection, flowcharting and storyboarding.
Fall.
College of Education
Educational & Human Sciences
Service-Learning designated3 units, Lecture

Cornerstone Lab (GEB 3031L)

PR: CBA major/minor or approved major/minor CR: GEB 3031
Students apply concepts and principles introduced in GEB 3031 and related skills essential to academic and professional success. Fall, Spring, Summer.
College of Business Administration
Management
1 unit, Lab
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Health Care Organization and Management II (HSA 6119)

PR: HSA 6119, HSC 6636 and PHC 6160
Emphasis on planning, development, marketing approaches, and problem solving using computer methods. Fall.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Health Services Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

HIV Disease: A Human Concern (HSC 3593)

Analysis of the spectrum of HIV disease and the issues surrounding this public health crisis. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Health Management & Informatics
3 units, Lecture & Lab
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Honors Symposium I (IDH 1920H)

PR: Permission of Honors
Readings, lectures, discussions, and laboratories covering aspects of scholarship and service learning.
Graded S/U. Fall.
The Burnett Honors College
2 units, Lecture & Lab
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Language Arts in the Elementary School (LAE 4314; Section Instructor: Dr. Sherron Roberts)

PR: EDG 4410 or C.I.
Content, principles, materials, and techniques involved in teaching, speaking, listening, writing, and spelling in the elementary school; organizing for instruction. Fall, Spring.
College of Education
School of Teaching, Learning & Leadership
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Intermediate Foundations of Leadership (LDR 2002)

Undergraduate Studies
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
2 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Leadership through Service: An Advanced Leadership Experience (LDR 3215)

PR: LDR 2001 and LDR 2002
Theories, processes, and leadership role in social change will be explored, contemporary leadership theories and practices related to citizenship and civic engagement will be studied, and leadership will be practiced in various settings. Fall.
Undergraduate Studies
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
2 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Leadership in Action: Capstone Experience for LEAD Scholars (LDR 3950)

PR: LDR 3215
Leadership issues and theories, including related principles and practices. Students will develop a professional portfolio, reflect on their course of study, practice public speaking, and articulate their leadership philosophy. Spring.
Undergraduate Studies
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
2 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Training and Development (MAN 4350)

PR: Management major, MAN 3301
This course focuses on training and development activities as performed by organizational specialists. Theory, issues, practices and problems are discussed. Fall, Spring.
College of Business Administration
Management
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Adult I Primary Care (NGR 6201)

PR: Admission to the DNP program FNP or ANP track; completion of NGR 5003, NGR 5003L, NGR 5141, or C.I; CR: Adult I Primary Care Clinical, NGR 6172, or C.I.
Development of theoretical skills for evaluation, diagnosis, and management of the primary care health needs of adults and communities. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 2 times. Spring.
College of Nursing
Nursing
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Gerontologic Care for APNs (NGR 6263)

PR: Admission to the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, Adult/Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Family Nurse Practitioner or Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner track; completion of NGR 5003, NGR 5003L, C.I. CR: NGR 6263L, or NGR 6264L. PR or CR: NGR 6172.
Development of the theoretical skills for evaluation, diagnosis and management of the health needs of older adults and communities. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 2 times. Occasional.
College of Nursing
Nursing
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Community Health Nursing Clinical (NUR 3634L)

PR: Admission to Master of Nonprofit Management degree, Nonprofit certificate or C.I. Volunteer development in nonprofit organizations, including board selection, development and leadership, volunteer recruitment, training, retention and theories of motivation, leadership, ethical issues. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Public Health Nursing (NUR 4637)

PR: Admission to the BSN program, successful completion of the first four semesters in the nursing curriculum, and concurrent enrollment in NUR 4945L Nursing Practicum; NUR 4637L; NUR 4257. Concepts of public health nursing focusing on population-based health care delivery systems. Fall, Spring.
College of Nursing
Nursing
2 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Nonprofit Leadership Seminar (PAD 3930)

College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Nonprofit Organizations (PAD 4144)

PR: Junior standing and have declared Nonprofit Minor or Certificate or C.I. The operations of nonprofit organizations, including working with board of directors, volunteer services, fund-raising and grantsmanship, financial management and marketing. Fall, Spring. College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Resource Development in the Nonprofit Sector (PAD 4147)

PR: Junior status and have declared Nonprofit minor or certificate or C.I. Examination of the development and management of human resources and financial resource development in nonprofit organizations is discussed. Fall.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management (PAD 5145)

PR: Admission to Master of Nonprofit Management degree, Nonprofit certificate or C.I. Volunteer development in nonprofit organizations, including board selection, development and leadership, volunteer recruitment, training, retention and theories of motivation, leadership, ethical issues. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Grant and Contract Management (PAD 5850)

PR: Admission to the Master of Nonprofit Management degree, Nonprofit certificate or C.I.
Study of government or public nonprofit agency grant and contract administration and management responding to funding assistance solicitations and grant and contract preparation, evaluation, and presentation. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Nonprofit Administration (PAD 6149)

PR: Admissions to the Master in Nonprofit Management degree, Nonprofit Certificate or CI. Provides an overview of nonprofit leadership and board development, focusing on the ethical, legal and administrative responsibilities of those individuals responsible for nonprofit management. Fall, Spring
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Strategic Planning and Management (PAD 6335)

PR: Admission to any degree or certificate program offered by the Department of Public Administration or C.I.
An examination and analysis of planning, goal setting, and strategic management in public sector organizations. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Cross-Sectoral Governance (PAD 6825)

PR: Graduate Standing or C.I. Examines the structures, dynamics and processes associated with developing and delivering public services through networks and partnerships involving public, nonprofit, voluntary and private sectors. Occasional.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Public Administration
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Environmental Politics (PUP 3203; Section Instructor: Dr. Peter Jacques)

PR: ENC 1102 and Junior standing
An examination of politics and policy-making concerning issues of conservation, pollution and development of land, air, and water resources. Odd Fall.
College of Sciences
Political Science
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Social Services for the Elderly (SOW 4645)

PR: Junior Standing or C.I. Development of interventive skills for obtaining, providing, and improving social services in behalf of elderly persons and their families. Fall.
College of Health & Public Affairs
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Cognitive/Communicative Disorders (SPA 6417)

PR: SPA 6410 or C.I. Evaluation and treatment of right hemisphere dysfunctions, traumatic brain injury, and dementias, with special emphasis on memory, cognition, pragmatics and other issues affecting functional communication. Spring. M&S fee $38.00.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Communicative Disorders
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Communication Foundations and Assistive/Instruct Technology for Communication (SPA 6437)

PR: Graduate standing or C.I.
Classroom approaches involving assistive/instructional technology used to meet communication needs of students with autism spectrum disorders and other communicative disorders. Occasional.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Communicative Disorders
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (SPA 6559)

PR: SPA 6402 or C.I. The total integrated network of techniques, aids, strategies, and skills individuals use to supplement or replace inadequate natural speaking ability. Fall, Spring.
College of Health & Public Affairs
Communicative Disorders
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Advanced Spanish Conversation (SPN 4410)

PR: ENC 1102 or C.I. Interdisciplinary course introducing students to key issues and problems regarding women and gender relations in past and present societies. Fall, Spring.
College of Arts & Humanities
Modern Languages
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning
Add WST 3015
Intro to Women‘s studies

Introduction to Women‘s Studies (WST 3015)

PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.
Interdisciplinary course introducing students to key issues and problems regarding women and gender relations in past and present societies. Fall, Spring.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Honors Introduction to Women‘s Studies (WST 3015H)

PR: ENC 1102 and Consent of Honors Focus on women and gender in a transnational context. With Honors conten t. Even Spring.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Women, Race and Struggle (WST 3460)

PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.
Interdisciplinary study of issues, perspectives, and scholarship by and about women of color. Occasional.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Gender Issues in community Activism (WST 35oo)

PR: WST 3015 or C.I. Feminist perspectives applied to current community issues. Interdisciplinary analysis through service learning and field research. Issues will vary. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Girls and Leadership (WST 4021)

PR: ENC 1102 and WST 3020. Feminist theory and practice related to the building of leadership skills in girls. Service learning component. Occasional.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning

Global & Transnational Feminism (WST 4415)

PR: ENC 1102 and WST 3015. Feminist theory from a global, multi-cultural perspective, combined with global feminist activism. Service learning component. Occasional.
College of Arts & Humanities
Women’s Studies
3 units, Lecture
Service-Learning designated through the Office of Experiential Learning