Current Courses

Academic service learning courses utilize an exciting teaching methodology that incorporates community service as a means of helping students gain a deeper understanding of course objectives, acquire new knowledge, develop professional expertise and engage in civic activity. Courses for the Summer 2014 and Fall 2014 semesters are currently being designated.

Fall 2014

College of Business Faculty
MGT 425: Business Research Gary Stark
   
Communication and Performance Studies  
TH 456: Entertainment Arts Management Ansley Valentine
   
Education, Leadership & Public Service Faculty
ED 231: Teaching for Learning in Secondary Classrooms Linda Ludwig
ED 310: Social Studies Methods & Materials for Elementary Teachers David Anderson
ED 311: Language Arts Methods & Materials for Elementary Teachers Melanie Reaves
Margaret Licht-Mallo
ED 316: Elementary Reading Instruction 1 Melanie Reaves
Margaret Licht-Mallo
ED 420: Teaching Elementary School Michael Donhost
ED 430: Teaching in Secondary School Michael Donhost
   
English Faculty
EN 211B: College Composition II: Narrative and Descriptive Writing Heidi Stevenson
   
Health, Physical Education & Recreation Faculty
ATR 125: Emergency Care Jonathon Bauers
Nicole Maki
TBA
ATR 392A: Intermediate Practicum 1 Nicole Maki
PE 350: Methods & Materials of Physical Education Brian Myers
   
Hospitality Management Faculty
HM 115: Professional Cooking I Deborah Pearce
Loganne Boersema
​Andrew Sear
   
Modern Languages & Literature Faculty
FR 101: Elementary French 1 Tara Foster
Beverly Matherne
FR 201: Intermediate French 1 Nell Kupper
FR 300: Reading/Writing French Nell Kupper
   
Nursing Faculty
NU 212: Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice Clinic Theresa Durley
Mary Franczek
Sarah Harriger
Rhian Smith
Shannon Scott
NU 412: Nursing Care of Populations Helen Wedin
Kristi Robinia
Dianne Adams
   
Psychology Faculty
PY 492A: Practicum Mary Pelton-Cooper
   
Social Work Faculty
SW 100: Exploring Social Work Patricia Cianciolo
John Bray
   
Technology and Occupational Sciences Faculty
CN 450: Project Control Michael Andary
   
University Studies Faculty
UN 100: Freshman Seminar, Section 22 Barb Coleman
UN 100A: Freshman Seminar, Section 15 David Kronk
UN 250: Leadership Theory & Practice Jon Barch