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.

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.

Spring 2014

Community-Based Learning OPTION Courses

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

BA 224 CRN 24235 (Sickert)

BI 163 CRN 20931 (Connelly)

BI 213 CRN 20102 (Ansley)

HST 107 CRNs 23787 and 23788 (Gray)

MTH 65 CRN 21994 (Edwards)

PHL 209 CRN 24356 (Cayton)

R 210 CRN 25535 (Bailey)

SOC 204 CRNs 21572 and 23699 (Butz)

SOC 205 CRN 24405 (Butz)

SOC 228 CRN 21751 (Smith)

 

Community-Based Learning Integrated Courses

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

ART 140 CRNs 27296, 27299, 27297, and 27298 (Manchester)

ART 240 CRNs 27448, 27449, and 27450 (Manchester)

BA 208 CRN 24410 (Killingsworth)

BI 101 Lab CRN 20584 (Fong)

CAS 217 CRN 23147 (Lasher)

CAS 246 CRN 22548 (Shingledecker)

ESOL 164 CRN 24380 (Horani)

HE 251 CRN 27186 (Gaige)

HUM 100 CRN 25741 (Woodbury)

PS 280B CRN 23523 (Smith)

R 210 CRN 21907 (Schroeder)

SOC 280B CRN 21144 (Smith)

WR 122 CRN 20693 (Newton-Calvert)