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Community Leadership and Civic Engagement Major

Degree Requirements & Course Offerings

Students must complete the following set of core courses and then select an emphasis in the area of either Advocacy, Arts and Humanities, Enterprise, Environmental, or Global. The emphases are designed to customize learning to students' personal interests. This allows students to not only take classes that interest them, but also build knowledge and skills in specific areas that will contribute to their career goals.

*Effective Fall 2013*

Departmental Requirements 

CLCE 100 Community Leadership & Civic Engagement
CLCE 310 Civic Engagement
CLCE 350 Community Organizations in a Digital World
  or CLCE 390 Special Topics in CLCE 
  or CLCE 429 International NGOs & Globalization
CLCE 410 Nonprofits & Community Engagement
CLCE 495 Capstone Seminar in CLCE

Interdisciplinary Requirements 

ANTH 220 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 329 Anthropology & Contemporary World Problems
COMS 220 Rhetoric & Public Issues
POLS 150 Democracy in America
POLS 326 Nonprofit Management
  or PSPA 326X Nonprofit Management
PSPA 301 Philanthropy & Volunteerism
PSPA 402 Resource Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations
  or MGMT 402X Resource Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations
SOCI 170 Introduction to Sociology


Spring 2014 CLCE Core Course Offerings

Departmental RequirementsTimeInstructor
CLCE 100 - Community Leadership & Civic Engagement MW 2:00-3:15 Staff
CLCE 410 - Nonprofits & Community Engagement MW 3:30-4:45 Schuller
CLCE 495 - Capstone in CLCE MW 2:00-3:15 Bingle
Interdisciplinary RequirementsTimeInstructor
ANTH 220 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Multiple Sections Thu; Borre
COMS 220 - Rhetoric and Public Issues MW 2:00-3:15 Hamlet
POLS 100 - American Government & Politics Multiple Sections Hannagan; Pomante
POLS 150 - Democracy in America Multiple Sections Seagrave; Paton
PSPA 326X - Nonprofit Management TH 6:00-8:40 McDougle
PSPA 402 - Resource Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations TTH 11:00-12:15 Schatteman
SOCI 170 - Introduction to Sociology Multiple Sections Staff
SOCI 270 - Social Problems MWF 10:00-10:15 Heideman