Community-Based Learning courses include community projects related to course material. These projects help students better understand the subject through firsthand experience, allow students to participate in community problem solving, and engage students with issues of values, leadership, and civic engagement.

Please communicate with the instructor if you would like to learn more about the specifics of the Community-Based Learning component in their course. To learn more about Community-Based Learning, please visit www.pcc.edu/cbl. Look for the Community-Based Learning identification below participating CRNs.

Integrated Community-Based Learning

Community-Based Learning is INTEGRATED (a required component) into the following CRNs (Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

BI 101 CRN 40061; CAS 171 CRN 40712; CAS 171 CRN 42509; CAS 285 CRN 47870; COMM 140 CRN 42277; ESOL 162 CRN 40928; ESOL 254 CRN 40893; ESR 141 CRN 42316; FN 225 CRN 45534; FP 280A CRN 40711; HE 251 CRN 42508, CRN 43967, and CRN 44841; HE 264 CRN 40829; PHL 202 CRN 42537; RD 115 CRN 46962 and CRN 46968

Optional Community-Based Learning

Community-Based Learning is an OPTION in the following CRNs (Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

ART 205 CRN 42567; BA 224 CRN 43178; BI 101 CRN 40059, CRN 40523, CRN 41839, and CRN 41292; CAS 140 CRN 42039; CAS 170 CRN 40786; ESR 150 CRN 40280; FP 123 CRN 42040; GD 249 CRN 40387; HST 102 CRN 42416; HST 105 CRN 41701; HST 240 CRN 47035; MTH 20 CRN 44553 and CRN 44554; PHL 202 CRN 40212 and CRN 45249; SOC 204 CRN 40271; SOC 205 CRN 40161; SOC 206 CRN 43694; SOC 223 CRN 41222 and CRN 44464; SOC 228 CRN 44439; WS 101 CRN 40848, CRN 41167, and CRN 44445; WS 201 CRN 45266