Fall 2022

We offer dozens of courses for all interests and majors.  Courses with the Service-Learning label include a minimum of 20 hours involvement in community activities, as well as critical reflection on the experience.  The community experiences are deeply connected to course content.

Curriculum Codes

Most of the courses can be used to fulfill Trinity College of Arts and Sciences general education requirements.  See the "Codes" designation for curriculum codes.  

Cross-listed Courses

In addition, many courses are cross-listed under more than one course number, and may count toward more than one requirement.  Click on the course title to see a list of cross-listed course numbers.

Service-Learning Courses

Number Title Codes Notes
AMES 106FS Documenting the Middle East: Community and Oral History CCI, R, ALP, CZ Kalow
CHILDPOL 490S Special Topics in Child Policy Research Rosanbalm
CULANTH 309S Manger: Foodways and Food Systems CCI, FL, W, CZ Florand
DANCE 371 Artists in Healthcare: Collaborations and Complexities CCI, EI, R, ALP, CZ Wilbur
DOCST 209FS Digital Documentary Photography: Education, Childhood, and Growth EI, ALP Post-Rust
DOCST 209S Digital Documentary Photography: Education, Childhood, and Growth EI, ALP Post-Rust
ECON 337S Social Inequalities and Low-Wage Work EI, SS Miller
EDUC 101 Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education CCI, EI, SS Wallace

EDUC 101S Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education CCI, EI, SS Wynn
EDUC 111FS Pursuit of Equality: Rethinking Schools - Lens of Social Justice CCI, EI, SS Anderson
EDUC 112FS Medical Ethics, Aging, and End of Life Care in the US CCI, EI, ALP Gheith
EDUC 240 Educational Psychology CCI, EI, SS Malone
EDUC 243S Children, Schools, and Society CCI, EI, W, SS Wynn
EDUC 285S Critical Pedagogy of Hip Hop CCI, EI, ALP, SS Daniels
EDUC 408S Teaching Practices in Elementary Language Arts and Social Studies CCI, EI, SS Departmental Staff
ETHICS 215 Resettling Refugees in Durham Gregory
ETHICS 301S Business and Human Rights Advocacy Lab EI, R, W Katzenstein
FRENCH 325S Global Displacement: Voix Francophones CCI, EI, FL, CZ, SS Reisinger
HINDI 101 Elementary Hindi FL Knapczyk 
HINDI 203D Intermediate Hindi FL, CZ Knapczyk 
MUSIC 490S Advanced Topics in Music Stinson
SOCIOL 264 Death and Dying EI, SS Gold
SPANISH 205 Advanced Intermediate Spanish with Service-Learning FL, CZ Anderson
SPANISH 306-1 Health, Culture, and the Latino Community: Service Learning CCI, FL Clifford
SPANISH 308S Latinx Voices in Duke, Durham, and Beyond CCI, FL, W, CZ Anderson
SPANISH 313 Bridging Cultures: Latino Lives and Experiences in NC CCI, FL, SS Fernandez

Community-Engaged Courses

Number Title Codes Notes
AMES 191 Indian Literature of Marginalized Society CCI, ALP, CZ, SS Knapczyk
ARABIC 305 Advanced Arabic CCI, FL, ALP Houssami
ARABIC 407 Issues in Arabic Language and Literature I CCI, FL, ALP Houssami
CHINESE 101 First-Year Chinese I FL He
CHINESE 102 First-Year Chinese II FL Jiao
CHINESE 131 First Year Chinese for Bilingual Learners FL Chou
CHINESE 203 Intermediate Chinese FL Hsieh; Zhu
CHINESE 204 Intermediate Chinese CCI, FL, CZ Zhang
CHINESE 232 Intermediate Chinese for Bilingual Learners FL Chou; Yang; Lee
CHINESE 332D Chinese Translation and Interpretation CCI, FL Liu
CHINESE 333 Advanced Chinese for Bilingual Learners CCI, FL, ALP, CZ Hsu
CHINESE 407S Issues in Chinese Language and Society I CCI, FL, ALP, CZ Hsu
CHINESE 435S Chinese in the Humanities I CCI, FL, ALP
CHINESE 456 Aspects of Chinese Culture and Society CCI, FL, ALP, CZ Jiang
EDUC 115FS Culture, Language, and Purposeful Discomfort in American Classrooms EI, SS Ramírez-DelToro
PUBPOL 270S Lead the Way Durham: Civic Engagement, Social Innovation, and Community Leadership in the Bull City EI, SS Zagbayou
PUBPOL 890 Advanced Special Topics in Public Policy Sperling