Knowledge and skills designed to utilize CIVICUS to enhance the college experience and preparation for civic engagement.

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    Fall 2017Instructor: Julie RandolphCo-Instructor: Gwen Hambright

Students will examine domestic societal issues and their national, regional, and local dimensions from political, economic, and policy perspectives. Students will work with local direct service non-profit organizations.

Course Offerings:
    Spring 2018Instructor: Julie Randolph

An introduction to the social and historical foundations of a civil society. An examination of the roles of individuals, groups, social institutions and community services.munities.

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    Fall 2017Instructor: Korey Rothman

A study and application of skills, historical context, theories, and concepts for constructive leadership in a pluralistic, multicultural, and diverse society. Social science methodologies and theories will provide the structure for the study of contemporary social problems, civil society issues, and leadership practices.

Course Offerings:
    Fall 2017Instructor: Julie Randolph

Capstone course required for CIVICUS citation. Supervised internship, community service, or research project on civil society topic. Application and continued study of skills and concepts, grounded in the social sciences, relevant to understanding and effectively dealing with contemporary social issues.

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    Spring 2018Instructor: Korey Rothman