Minor in Community Engagement (17-18 credits)

Community Engagement Requirements:

17-18 credits, with at least 9 credits on the 300-400 level, distributed as follows:

CEN 200 Introduction to Community and Civic Engagement 3

6-9 credits from any of the following:

ANTH 170

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
COMM 454 Communication and Social Change 3
ECON 250 Contemporary Economic Issues 3
ECON 420 Urban Economics 3
EDTE 210 Education & Teacher Leadership in Diverse Learning Communities 4
ESCI 278 Observational Astronomy 4
ENT 301 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation 3
HIST 302 Introduction to Public History 3
HIST 403 Public History Project 3
HIST 405 Local History and Community Development 3
MGT 295 Funcamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior 3
MGT 403 Ethical and Social Issues for the Manager 3
PHIL 144 Moral Issues 3
PHIL 346 Ethical Theory 3
PS 230 American State and Local Goverment 3
PS 343 Political Leadership 3
PSY 250 The Psychology of Community Service 3
SOC 111 Social Problems 3

3-6 credits of other courses, as approved by the appropriate department chair and the Community Engagement Committee using the Community Engagement course rubric.

(Optional and upon invitation only): The 2-credit course CEN/FYE 301, which may be taken more than once. The course is open only to students with a GPA of 3.0 and higher, and a nomination from a CEN course instructor.

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