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CBL Courses

Fall 2018 Community-Based Learning Courses!

Courses designated as Community Based Learning (CBL):

  1. Involve ongoing working relationships between students and local or global communities;
  2. Are premised on reciprocity and mutual benefit for students and the partnering communities; and
  3. Employ a structured, reflective pedagogy that aims to address assumptions about self and community, develop creativity and adaptability, and prepare students for participation in a diverse democracy.

NOTE: Faculty and staff can request CBL course tagging by completing the course tagging request form.

Explore courses in the following:

Law, Human Rights & Social Justice

Fall 2018:

SOC 468 - Crime and Justice: Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course

RCCORE 309 - SEC 011 - Freedom House

PSYCH 211 - SEC 003 - Project Outreach - Juvenile and Criminal Justice

Community & Political Engagement

Fall 2018:

INSTHUM 311 SEC 001 - Taking Humanities to the Streets!

AMCULT 321 - Detroit Initiative

ASTRO 305 - Astronomy in the Community

PSYCH 306 - Project Outreach Group Leading - Section: 001-005

PSYCH 307 - Directed Experiences with Children - Section: 001 Practicum in Child Development and Child Care

PSYCH 325 - Detroit Initiative: Community Research

SOC 225 - Project Community

UC 275 - Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates

WOMENSTD 350 - Nonprofit Management, Community Engagement, and Feminist Practice

RCCORE 301 - Community-Based Internship - Semester in Detroit 

Languages & the Humanities

Fall 2018:

THTREMUS 233 - Modern Rituals/Traditional Practices

RCCORE 309 SEC 011 - Freedom House

RCHUMS 334 SEC 011 -  Engaging the Archive: Exploring Campus Collections at the University of Michigan

RCLANG 204 – Spanish Language Internship - Sanchez Snell, Teresa

RCLANG 304 - PALMA: Spanish in the Community

RCSSCI 360 – Spanish Language Internship II - Sanchez Snell, Teresa

RCSSCI 390 - Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

LING 390 - Sec 001: Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

LING 390 - Sec 002: Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

ELI 390 - Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

Empowerment through the Arts

Fall 2018:

RCHUMS 341 -  Empowering Community Through the Arts

Education, Literacy & Youth Empowerment

Fall 2018:

PSYCH 211 - Project Community - Working with Preschool Children

PSYCH 304 - Section: 001 Michigan Mentorship Program - Practicum in Teaching and Leading Groups 

PSYCH 304 - Section: 471 Group Leading - Practicum in Teaching and Leading Groups 

PSYCH 304 - Section: 661 Peer Group Leaders - Practicum in Teaching and Leading Groups

ELI/RCSSCI/EDUC/LING 390 - Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

LING 385 - Experiential Practice

RCLANG 204  - Spanish Language Internship Program I

RCLANG 304 - PALMA: Spanish in the Community

RCSSCI 360 - Spanish Language Internship Program II

PSYCH 307 - Child Development and Child Care

Science & Public Health

Fall 2018:

PSYCH 211 - Project Outreach - Health, Illness and Society

PSYCH 211 - Project Outreach - Mind, Music and Community

PSYCH 305 - Practicum in Psychology (Alcohol and Other Behavioral Disorder in Communities II)

PSYCH 306 - Project Outreach Group Leading

ASTRO 305 - Astronomy in the Community

CLIMATE 405/SPACE 405/RCSSCI 360 - Knowing Climate
Change: Diverse Environmental Epistemologies for a Warming World