Looking for a fun and worthwhile class to take next semester? Consider taking a Service Learning course! Service Learning courses are just like any other class you take on campus for credit, except there is also a volunteer or community-engagement component to the class. Past students agree that they got more out of their Service Learning course than a traditional course. Click here for more information and a list of courses for Fall 2016.
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CALS Study Abroad and International Academic Programs are now taking applications for an array of exciting field courses in summer 2016. These courses vary in topic, location, cost, and duration, though all explore some aspect of health promotion and/or disease prevention and all are less than a month long. All involve meeting community, nonprofit, government, and academic leaders, and many have a service learning aspect. Continue reading
SOC 210—Survey of Sociology (4 credits)–is a great place to earn Comm B and get an introduction to the field of sociology. The only prerequisite for this course is the completion of or exemption from Comm A.. Continue reading
Hurry! There are seats left in the following music courses for this upcoming spring! Continue reading
This is a new course being offered in the spring with seats still open. This will deal with texts and images and incorporate blended learning. Continue reading
Internationalizing education means both education internationalizing our thinking and the ways we perceive the world, and internationalizing the field of education. The course will introduce students to various educational systems around the world, focusing on similarities and dissimilarities in what is taught. Continue reading