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Service Learning + Social Awareness Courses


The Certificate in Service Learning requires two classes: one designated as "Service-Learning" and another designated as "Social Awareness."

Below, you will find a current list of courses that count for each of those requirements. 

These lists are consistently updated; however, if you think a course should be added, please complete our course petition form.

NOTE: Some approved courses offer optional service or multiple projects that serve for-profit and non-profit organizations. In order for your service to be approved for certificate, you must have participated in the service learning component of the course and service must be in non-profit sector.


Service Learning Classes by Academic Calendar Year:

Fall 2024

Spring 2025- coming soon!

Summer 2025- coming soon!

 

Fall 2021

Spring 2022

Summer 2022

 

If you're looking for a course taken earlier than Fall 2021, please email csl@ku.edu for assistance!

 

Fall 2024

Spring 2025- coming soon!

Summer 2025- coming soon!

 

Fall 2021

Spring 2022

Summer 2022

 

If you're looking for a course taken earlier than Fall 2021, please email csl@ku.edu for assistance!

 


Social Awareness Classes by College/School:

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Curriculum + Teaching

C+T 235: Diversity, Equity, + Inclusion in K-12

Health, Sport, + Exercise Sciences

HSES 480: Physical Activity + Exercise Management Individuals with Disabilities

Educational Leadership + Policy Studies

ELPS 250: Education + Society

Special Education

SPED 635: Introduction to Teaching Learners with Low-Incidence Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

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JOUR 534: Diversity in Media

African + African-American Studies

AAAS 104: Introduction to African-American Studies

AAAS 106: The Black Experience in America

AAAS 116: The Black Experience in America, Honors

AAAS 340: Women in Contemporary African Literature

AAAS 420: Intercultural Communication- The Afro-American

AAAS 553: Geography of African Development

AAAS 662: Gender + Politics in Africa

Applied Behavioral Science

ABSC 150/151: Community Leadership

ABSC 310/311: Building Healthy Communities

American Studies

AMS 100/101: Introduction to American Studies

AMS 110/112: American Identities

AMS 177: On Drugs: Heroin Users + American Drug Policy

AMS 260: Americans Latinos/Latinas

AMS 290: Religion in American Society

AMS 316: Ministers + Magicians- Black Religions from Slavery to the Present

AMS 510: History of American Women- Colonial Times to 1870

AMS 511: History of American Women- 1870 to Present

Anthropology

ANTH 108: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 160/162: Varieties of Human Experience

ANTH 320/LING 320/ANTH 321: Language in Culture + Society

ANTH 340: Human Variation + Evolution

ANTH 360: Varieties of Human Experience

ANTH 376: North American Indians

ANTH 562: Mexamerica

ANTH 664: Women, Health, + Healing in Africa

Communication Studies

COMS 235: Introduction to Rhetoric + Social Influence

COMS 440: Communication + Gender

COMS 447: Intercultural Communication- The Afro-American

COMS 552: The Rhetoric of Women's Rights

East Asian Languages + Cultures

EALC 142: Ethics in Chinese Philosophy

Economics

ECON 515/516: Income Distribution + Inequality

English

ENGL 306: Global Environmental Literature

ENGL 336: Jewish-American Literature + Culture

ENGL 337: Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Literature

ENGL 338: Introduction to African-American Literature

ENGL 340: Topics in US Ethnic Literature

ENGL 341: American Literature of Social Justice

ENGL 571: American Indian Literature

ENGL 573: U.S. Latino/a Literature

ENGL 574: African-American Literature

Environmental Studies

EVRN 336: Ethics, Ideas, + Nature

Film + Media Studies

FMS 314: History of African-American Images in Film

FMS 316: Cinemas of the Southern Cone

FMS 410: U.S. Diversity in Visual Culture

Geography + Atmospheric Science

GEOG 351: Africa's Human Geographies

GEOG 553: Geography of African Development

History

HIST 109: The Black Experience in the Americas

HIST 229: United States in the 1960s

HIST 317: African-American Women- Colonial Era to the Present

HIST 319: History, Women, + Diversity in the U.S.

HIST 336: Ethics, Ideas, + Nature

HIST 352: American Indians Since 1865

HIST 353: Indigenous Peoples of North America

HIST 530: History of American Women- Colonial Times to 1870

HIST 531: History of American Women- 1870 to the Present

HIST 625: The Body, Self, + Society

Humanities

HUM 350: American Indians Since 1865

HUM 575: Body, Self, + Society

Indigenous Studies

ISP 331/331: Native American Religions

ISP 350: American Indians Since 1865

Jewish Studies

JWSH 336: Jewish-American Literature + Culture

Linguistics

LING 447: North American Indian Language

Philosophy

PHIL 381: Feminism + Philosophy

Political Science

POLS 512: Latino Politics in the U.S.

POLS 562: Women + Politics

POLS 600: Contemporary Feminist Political Theory

POLS 630: Politics of Identity

POLS 662: Gender + Politics in Africa

Psychology

PSYC 351: Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 360: Social Psychology

Public Administration

PUAD 601: Crime + Punishment

PUAD 602: Diversity in Public Administration

PUAD 639: Concepts of Civil Society

Religious Studies

REL 171/172: Religion in American Society

REL 330/331: Native American Religions

Sociology

SOC 104/105: Elements of Sociology

SOC 110/112: American Identities

SOC 160/161: Social Problems + American Values

SOC 220: Sociology of Families

SOC 260: America's Latinos/Latinas

SOC 304: Principles of Sociology

SOC 306: Principles of Sociological Problems

SOC 308: Principles of Family Sociology

SOC 312: Population + Society

SOC 330/335: American Society

SOC 342: Sociology of Immigrations

SOC 450: Gender + Society

SOC 521: Wealth, Power, + Inequality

SOC 522: American Racial + Ethnic Relations

SOC 523: Sociology of Aging + Life Course

SOC 536: Ethnicity in the United States

Theatre + Dance

THR 327: African-American Theatre + Drama

Urban Planning

UBPL 200: Sustainability + Society

UBPL 300: Planning the Sustainable City

Women, Gender, + Sexuality Studies

WGSS 101/102: Introduction to Women, Gender, + Sexuality Studies

WGSS 319: History, Women, + Diversity in the U.S.

WGSS 327: Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, + Transgender Identities

WGSS 330: Women in Contemporary African Literature

WGSS 333: Politics of Physical Appearance

WGSS 351: Women + Leadership: the Legislative Process

WGSS 381: Feminism + Philosophy

WGSS 430: Skin, Sex, + Disease

WGSS 440: Communication + Gender

WGSS 510: History of American Women- Colonial Times to 1870

WGSS 511: History of American Women- 1870 to Present

WGSS 530: Sex + Gender in New Media

WGSS 562: Women + Politics

WGSS 563: Gender, Sexuality, + the Law

WGSS 575: Body, Self, + Society

WGSS 600: Contemporary Feminist Political Theory

WGSS 630: Politics of Identity

WGSS 662: Gender + Politics in Africa

 

SW 220: Social Work, Social Welfare, + U.S. Society

SW 555: Diversity, Oppression, + Social Justice- Cultural Competence

SW 556: Diversity, Oppression, + Social Justice

UNIV 492: Special Projects in the Community

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