Service-Learning Courses

Overview

The following CSU courses have historically offered experiential, service-learning components. Please contact the instructor directly to find out if the current course includes service-learning activities.

Courses by College

College of Agricultural Science

Course
Title
Semester
HORT 171
Environmental Issues in Agriculture
Fall
HORT 432
Intensive Landscape Design Studio
Spring
LAND 240
Fundamentals of Landscape Design Process
Spring
LAND 495B
Independent Study – Field Service
All Terms
SOCR 171
Environmental Issues in Agriculture
Fall

College of Applied Human Sciences

Course
Title
Semester
AHS 201
Topics in Gerontology
Fall
AM 341
Computer–Aided Apparel Production Landscape Design Studio
Spring
AM 479
Merchandising Policies and Strategies
Fall/Spring
CON 450
Study Abroad Sustainable Building
Summer
CON 464
Construction Leadership
Spring
EDUC 275
Schooling in the US
All Terms
EDUC 340
Literacy and the Learner
All Terms
EDUC 350
Instruction I – Individualization/Mgmnt
All Terms
EDUC 386
Practicum – Instruction I
All Terms
EDUC 425
Early Childhood Education I
Fall/Spring
EDUC 426
Early Childhood Education II
Fall/Spring
EDUC 450
Instruction II – Standards & Assessment
Fall/Spring
EDUC 466
Methods & Assessment in K–12 Art Education
Fall/Spring
EDUC 485A, B, C
Student Teaching (Elementary, Secondary, Early Childhood)
Fall/Spring
EDUC 486J
Practicum – Instruction II
All Terms
EDUC 628
Models of Teaching
All Terms
EDUC 645
Leadership and Ethics in Public Education
Summer
EDUC 647
School Culture, Climate, and Communications
Summer
FACS 179
Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences
Spring
FSHN 150
Survey of Human Nutrition
All Terms
FSHN 451
Community Nutrition
Fall
FSHN 496C
Group Study &ndsash; Nutrition and Chronic Disease
All Terms
FSHN 496I
Group Study – Special Topics
All Terms
FSHN 620
Community Nutrition Planning and Evaluation
Spring
FSHN 686B
Practicum – Nutrition
All Terms
FSHN 686C
Practicum – Food Services
All Terms
HDFS 312
Adult Development – Middle Age and Aging
All Terms
HDFS 370
Campus Connections – Mentoring Atd-Risk Youth
All Terms
HDFS 488
Internship
All Terms
HDFS 492
Seminar – Program Proposal Development
All Terms
HDFS 495B/695B
Independent Study – Family Studies
All Terms
HDFS 497
Campus Corps
Fall/Spring
HDFS 497B
Group Study: Undergraduate Outreach and Leadership
Fall/Spring
HDFS 592
Grant Writing – Human Services and Research
Fall/Spring
HDFS 600B
Advanced Studies – Grief and Loss
All Terms
HDFS 600D
Advanced Study – Program Planning and Evaluation
All Terms
HES 386A
Practicum – Adult Fitness
All Terms
HES 386B
Practicum – Wellness Program Mgmt
All Terms
HES 486BV
Practicum – Wellness Program Mgmt
All Terms
HES 486CV
Practicum – Coaching
All Terms
HES 487V
Internship
All Terms
HES 492
Health and Exercise Science Seminar
Fall/Spring
HES 686AV
Practicum – Adult Fitness HPCRL
All Terms
INTD 356
Professional Communications Interior Design
Fall
INTD 400
Interior Design Research Proposal
Fall
INTD 476
Interior Design Project
Spring
IU 193
Freshman Seminar
All Terms
MC 571
Facility Planning and Management
Spring
OT 606
Occupation and the Individual
Fall
OT 608
Occupational Therapy Process
Fall
OT 623
Biomechanical Intervention Laboratory I
Fall
OT 631
Program Assessment and Development
Fall
OT 632/633
Neurobehavioral Interventions I/Laboratory
Fall
OT 634/635
Neurobehavioral Interventions II/Laboratory
Spring
OT 650
Research Methods I
Fall
OT 661
Occupational Performance: Adolescent to Young Adult
Spring
OT 686A
OT Fieldwork – Level I
All Terms
OT 686B
OT Fieldwork Seminar
All Terms
OT 686C
OT Fieldwork I: Adult to Old Age
Spring, Summer
OT 686D
OT Fieldwork I: Infancy to Young Adult
Fall/Spring
OT 687V
OT Level IIA Fieldwork
All Terms
OT 688V
Field Placement – Specialty-Technology
All Terms
RRM 492
Seminar – Restaurant and Resort Management
Fall/Spring
SOWK 110
Contemporary Social Welfare
All Terms
SOWK 286A
Practicum – Communication Skills
Fall/Spring
SOWK 286B
Practicum – Applied Helping- Skills
Fall/Spring
SOWK 342
Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities
Fall/Spring
SOWK 371E
Social Work with Selected Populations: Social Gerontology
All Terms
SOWK 488V
Field Placement
All Terms
SOWK 495/695
Service-Learning – Independent Study
All Terms
SOWK 588V
Field Placement
Spring
SOWK 602A-B
Macro-Level Practice Research
Fall/Spring
SOWK 603A-B
Direct Service Assessment and Evaluation
Fall/Spring
SOWK 610
Theoretical Analysis of Large Client Systems
Spring
SOWK 611
Generalist Practice of Large Client Systems
Spring
SOWK 630A
Advanced Generalist Practice: Individuals
Fall
SOWK 630B
Advanced Generalist Practice: Families
Spring
SOWK 630C
Advanced Generalist Practice: Groups
Fall
SOWK 631
Advanced Community Practice
Fall
SOWK 632
Advanced Organizational Practice
Spring
SOWK 633
Advanced Social Welfare Policy Anaylysis
Spring
SOWK 688V
Field Placement
All Terms

College of Business

Course
Title
Semester
ACT 350
Accounting Information Systems
Fall/Spring
MGT 668
New Venture Development for Social Enterprise
Fall/Spring
MKT 410
Marketing Research
Fall/Spring
MKT 479
Marketing Strategy and Management
Fall/Spring

College of Liberal Arts

Course
Title
Semester
ANTH 412
Indians of North America
Even Falls
ANTH 413
Indigenous Peoples Today
Fall
ANTH 414
Development in Indian Country
Odd Falls
ANTH 442
Ethnographic Field School
Summer
ANTH 443
Ethnographic Field Preparation
Spring
ANTH 643
Advanced Ethnographic Field Preparation
Spring
ART 208
Native American Art and Material Culture
Spring
ART 325
Concepts in Art Education
Spring
ART 326
Art Education Studio
Fall
ART 355
Typography and Design Systems
Fall
ART 356
Illustration
Spring
ART 455
Advanced Typography and Design Systems
Fall
ART 456
Advanced Illustration
Spring
E 322
English Language for Teachers I
Fall
E 323
English Language for Teachers II
Spring
E 406
Topics in Literacy
Fall/Spring
E 465
Topics in Literature and Language
Fall/Spring
E 487C
Internship: Community Literacy Center
All Terms
E 687
Internship: Community Literacy Center
All Terms Phsi
ETST 205
Ethnicity and the Media
Fall
ETST 365
Global Environmental Justice MovementS
Fall/Spring
HIST 353
U.S. Mexico Borderlands
Fall/Spring
HIST 492
Capstone Seminar
All Terms
IU 193
Freshman Seminar
Fall/Spring
JTC 350
Public Relations
Fall/Spring
JTC 450
Public Relations Cases
Fall/Spring
JTC 487
Internship
All Terms
JTC 496
Group Study
All Terms
LSPA 313
Intro to Spanish Translation and Interpreting
Fall/Spring
LSPA 379
Service-Learning – Spanish
All Terms
LSPA 400
Advanced Spanish Communication Skills
Fall
LSPA 413
Advanced Spanish Translation and Interpretating
Fall/Spring
LSPA 479
Service-Learning – Spanish
All Terms
MU 250
Music Therapy Practice
Fall
MU 440
Music Therapy Methods I
Spring
MU 443
Music Therapy Methods II
Spring
MU 444
Music Therapy Methods III
Spring
MU 486A
Music Therapy Practicum
Fall/Spring
PHIL 103
Moral and Social Problems
All Terms
POLS 484A
Practicum: Legislative Politics
All Terms
SOC 105
Social Problems
All Terms
SOC 403
Community Dynamics & Development
Fall/Spring
SOC 431
Capstone Seminar
Fall/Spring
SOC 450
Gender, Crime, and Criminal Justice
Fall
SOC 462
Applied Social Change
Spring
SOC 482A
Travel Abroad: Camparative Criminal Justice
Summer
SOC 487
Internship Credits
All Terms
SPCM 200
Public Speaking
All Terms
SPCM 320
Communications and Human Traffickin
Spring
SPCM 496V
Group Study
All Terms

College of Natural Resources, Warner

Course
Title
Semester
FW 557
Wildlife Habitat Management on Private Land
All Terms
NR 400
Public Relations in Natural Resources
All Terms
NR 501
Leadership and Public Communications
All Terms
NR 515
Natural Resources Policy and Biodiversity
All Terms
NR 535
Action for Sustainable Behavior
All Terms
NRRT 262
Principles of Environmental Communication
Spring
NRRT 320
International Issues – Recreation ∓ Tourism
Fall/Spring
NRRT 331
Management of Parks and Protected Areas
Spring
NRRT 376
Recreation Measurement
Fall/Spring
NRRT 431
Parks and Protected Area Management
Fall/Spring
NRRT 439
Open Space – Natural Area Management
Fall/Spring

College of Natural Sciences

Course
Title
Semester
NSCI 180
Perspectives and Communication in Science
Fall
PH 122
General Physics II
Fall/Spring
PSY 122
Child Psychology
All Terms

College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

Course
Title
Semester
ERHS 220
Environmental Health
Fall/Spring
ERHS 320
Environmental Health Water Quality
Fall
ERHS 498
Independent Study – Improved Cookstove Intervention for Nicaraguan Families
All Terms
MIP 298
Introductory Research
All Terms
MIP 300
General Microbiology
All Terms
MIP 302
General Microbiology Laboratory, Honors Section
Fall/Spring
MIP 303
General Microbiology: Honors Recitation
Fall/Spring
MIP 400G
General Microbiology: Service-Learning
Fall/Spring
MIP 498
Research Credits
All Terms
VS 495
Independent Study: Pets Forever
All Terms
VS 795
Independent Study: Pets Forever
All Terms

Academic Provost

Course
Title
Semester
IU 175
Public Problem Solving – Service-Learning
Fall
IU 280
Public Scholarship – Social Change in a Global Context
Fall
IU 281A1
Academic and Career – Decision Making
Fall
KEY 192
Key Academic Community Seminar
Fall

Student Affairs

Course
Title
Semester
IU 170
A Call to Lead I: Theories and Skills
Fall
IU 171
A Call to Lead II: Social Change Model
Spring
IU 271
Leadership Styles II: Prominent Leaders
Spring
IU 471
Effective Leadership II: Vision and Change
Spring

University Honors Program

Course
Title
Semester
BMS 496A
Honors Breakout Session: Human Gross Anatomy
Fall/Spring
HDFS 101
Honors Breakout Session: Individual and Family Development
All Terms
HONR 192
Honors First Year Seminar
Fall/Spring
HONR 193
Honors Seminar
Fall/Spring
HONR 392
Honors Seminar
Fall/Spring
HONR 492
Honors Senior Seminar: Philanthropy in Action; Passion to Serve
Fall/Spring

Women's Studies and Programs

Course
Title
Semester
WS 397
Group Study
Fall