Community-Based Learning Courses

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Volunteers at the Chehelam Youth & Family Services Center in Newberg, OR.Community-Based Learning (CBL) courses include volunteer projects related to the course material. These projects help students better understand the subject through first hand experience, allow students to participate in community problem solving, and engage students with issues of values, leadership, and civic engagement. Students who complete three or more Community-Based Learning courses may apply for the Community-Based Learning Focus Award.

Courses are designated as either having Optional or Integrated CBL components. Students will want to contact specific instructors for more details on their course CBL requirements.

The list of courses in the Class Schedule may not be a comprehensive list of all Community-Based Learning courses offered that term.

Fall 2014

Community-Based Learning OPTION Courses

(Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

BI 101 CRNs 40104 & 40829 (Ansley)

BI 101H CRNs 42664 (Ansley)

CAS 133 CRNs 41371 & 42743 (Schneider)

CIS 120 CRN 41221 (Dougherty)

CIS145 CRN 41993 (Goodman)

COMM 100 CRNs 44258 & 44260 (Doss)

ESOL 250 CRN 41649 (Cain)

FP 123 CRN 43748 (Smith)

GRN 233 CRN 42637 (Hansen)

HST 105 CRNs 43037 & 43038 (Gray)

HST 240 CRN 41673 (Presti)

OS 220 CRN 42316 (Shingledecker)

R 210 CRNs 42626 & 43830 (Bailey)

SOC 204 CRNs 40248 & 40986 (Butz)

WR 122 CRNs 40409 & 40809 (Newton-Calvert)

 

Community-Based Learning Integrated Courses

(Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

COMM 140 CRN 44276 (Doss)

HE 251 CRNs 43418, 44640, & 44641 (Gaige)

HE 264 CRNs 41441 & 46919 (Leavitt)

HUM 100 CRNs 44089 & 46587 (Woodbury)

MSD 279A CRN 47268 (Schutten)

PHL 202 CRN 44673 (Bailey)

SOC 223 CRNs 42159 & 42160 (Abushakrah)

WR 227 CRN 42710 (Monteverde)

WS 101 CRN 44290 (Lowgren)