Civic Scholars Program Semester One: Self Awareness, Civic Life, and Citizenship

AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES 3202

This is the first semester, foundation course for students in the Civic Scholars Program of the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement. This course provides students with a context for examining civic engagement and developing civic leadership skills. Through lectures, guest speakers, readings, excursions, and class discussion, students 1) explore the history and current status of civic engagement; and 2) prepare for the implementation of a civic project the summer between their junior and senior years. Students meet in a structured class to discuss concepts, engage in critical reflection, and develop leadership skills. In addition, students critically reflect on course content to enrich their learning. This is a two-credit course. Prerequisite: Admittance into the Gephardt Institute's Civic Scholars Program. All students waitlisted. Civic Scholars courses do not count towards the AMCS Major and Minor.
Course Attributes: EN S; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC

Section 01

Civic Scholars Program Semester One: Self Awareness, Civic Life, and Citizenship
INSTRUCTOR: James, Glickman
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