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SL Frequently Taught Courses

Below is a list of colleges, their departments, and service-learning courses that are frequently taught in those departments. This isn’t a complete list of our classes–just a quick glance at what you might find within your field of study!

College of Arts and Sciences

  • Art
  • Anthropology
  • Biology
    • BIOL 100, Concepts of Biology
    • BIOL 444/555, Vaccinology
    • BIOL 497/597, Sagebrush Habitat Ecology
    • BIOL 441/541, Molecular Biology of Cancer
  • Chemistry
  • Communication
    • COMM 131, Listening
    • COMM 271, Introduction to Media
    • COMM 279, Public Relations Campaigns
    • COMM 351, Intercultural Communication
    • COMM 363, Advanced Journalistic Writing
  • English
    • ENGL 101 M, College Writing for Multilingual Students
    • ENGL 345, Shakespeare (Spring Only)
    • ENGL 314, Proposal Writing
    • ENGL 408, Writing for Nonprofits and Social Media
    • ENGL 540, Multi-lingual Writers
  • Environmental Studies Program
    • ENVSTD 121, Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • Gender Studies
    • GENDER 200, Intro to Gender Studies
    • GENDER 380, Gender Psychology/Sociology
  • Geosciences
  • History
    • HIST 339SL, U.S. Military History Service-Learning
  • Linguistics
    • LING 310, First and Second Language Acquisition
    • LING 327, Applied Linguistics in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Mathematics
    • MATH 157, Number and Operations for Teachers
    • MATH 250, Algebra in the Middle Grades
  • Music
    • MUS-ENS 127/327/560, Chamber Music
  • Multidisciplinary Studies
    • MDS 495, Capstone for the Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
    • PHYS 295/495, Research in Physics
  • Psychology
    • PYSC 331, The Psychology of Health
    • PSYC 419, Children and Families: Multicultural Perspectives
    • PSYC 438, Community Psychology
  • Sociology
    • SOC 340, Sociology of the Family
  • Theatre Arts
    • THEA 117SL/118SL, Technical Theater SL Lab
  • World Languages
    • FORLNG 123, International Peer Service-Learning

College of Business and Economics

  • Accountancy
    • ACCT 497/597, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
  • Economics
    • ECON 432, Urban Economics
    • ECON 440/540, Health Economics
  • Information Technology & Supply Chain Management
  • International Business
  • Management
    • MGMT 410, Advanced Management Topics
    • NONPROF 240, Nonprofit Management
    • NONPROF 340, Volunteer Management
    • NONPROF 440, Funding for Nonprofits
  • Marketing and Finance
    • MKTG 407, Marketing Communication

College of Education

  • Counselor Education
    • COUN 509, Culturally Aware Counseling
    • COUN 534, Counseling Children & Adolescents
  • Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies
    • ED-CIFS 201, Foundations of Education
    • ED-CIFS 578, Leading System Change (Summer Only)
  • Special Education & Early Childhood Studies Education
    • ED-ESP 250, Exceptionality in the Schools
    • ED-ESP 321, Family and Community Relations: ECE/ECSE
    • ED-ESP 350, Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs
  • STEM Education
    • STEM-ED 210, Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
    • STEM-ED 410, Project-Based Instruction
  • Educational Technology
    • ED-TECH 503, Instructional Design
  • Literacy, Language, and Culture
    • ED-LLC 200,  Cultural Diversity in the School

College of Engineering

  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Construction Management
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Engineering Science
    • ENGR 118-119, Introduction to Engineering I
    • ENGR 130, Introduction to Engineering Applications
    • ENGR 373, Global Citizenship & Social Responsibility
    • ENGR 475, Microgravity University
  • Materials Science & Engineering
    • ME 479, VIP-Microgravity
  • Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
  • Organizational Performance & Workplace Learning
    • OPWL 535, Principles of Adult Learning
    • OPWL 537, Instructional Design

College of Health Sciences

  • Community and Environmental Health
  • Health Science
    • HLTHST 304, Public Health
    • HLTHST 410, Health and Aging

    Kinesiology

    • KINES 305, Adapted Physical Education
    • KINES 432, Conditioning Procedures
    • KINES 510, Physiology of Activity
  • Health Education and Promotion
    • HEP 440, Health Promotion Programming
  • Nursing
    • NURS 373, Global Citizenship and Social Responsibility (Spring Only!)
    • NURS 417, Community and Population Health Nursing Lab
  • Radiologic Sciences
  • Respiratory Care
  • Social Work
    • SOCWRK 101, Introduction to Social Work
    • SOCWRK 201, Foundations of Social Work

College of Innovation and Design

  • Bridge to Career
    • B2C 297, Science of Happiness
  • Human- Environment Systems
    • HES 497/597, Human Environment Systems
  • Leadership
    • LEAD 225, Civic Engagement and Leadership -Alternative Spring Break
    • LEAD 495, Leadership Experience
  • Vertically Integrated Projects
    • VIP 200/400/500, Vertically Integrated Projects

School of  Public Service

  • Criminal Justice
  • Global Studies
  • Military Science (ROTC)
  • Political Science
    • POLS 306, SL International Relations
    • POLS 414, Comparative State Politics
  • Public Policy and Administration
    • PUBADM 500, Administration in the Public Sector
  • Urban Studies
    • URBAN 200, The Urban Metatropolis

Foundational Studies

  • University Foundations
    • UF 200, Civic and Ethical Foundations