Service-Learning and Community-Engaged Courses
Service-learning and community-engaged courses are designed to integrate community-engaged experiences with academic course content, while providing benefit to our community partners. Essential elements of the service-learning courses include 20 or more hours of service activities, critical reflection on the relationship between course content and service experience, and an emphasis on the ethical and civic dimensions of service.
To search for a service-learning course in Duke Hub, choose "Advanced Class Search" and choose "SLCE" under "Course Attribute Value."
|BME 230L||Global Women's Health Technologies||STS||Cross-Listed as GLHLTH 230L
|BME 460L||Devices for People with Disabilities (DR)||Instructor: Caves|
|CEE 315-20||Engineering Sustainable Design and the Global Community: Structural Focus||STS, QS||Cross-Listed as
|CEE 315-60||Engineering Sustainable Design and the Global Community: Environmental Focus||STS, QS||Cross-Listed as
|DANCE 462||Performance: Interdisciplinary - Time Slips Community Engagement|
|DOCST 202S||Children and the Experience of Illness||ALP, SS||Cross-Listed as
|DOCST 230S||Small Town USA: Local Collaborations||CCI, R, ALP||Cross-Listed as
|DOCST 317S||Veterans Oral History Project||CCI, SS||Cross-Listed as
|DOCST 332S||Farmworkers in North Carolina: Roots of Poverty, Roots of Change||CCI, EI, CZ, SS||Cross-Listed as
|ECON 337S||Social Inequalities and Low-Wage Work||EI, SS||Instructor: Miller|
|EDUC 89S||First-Year Seminar||Instructor: Malone|
|EDUC 101||Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education||CCI, EI, SS||Instructors: Anderson / Daniels|
|EDUC 240||Educational Psychology||CCI, EI, SS||Instructors: Malone / Daniels
|EDUC 285S||Critical Pedagogy of Hip Hop||CCI, EI, ALP, SS||Cross listings:
|EDUC 303S||De/Re/Segregation in Education: A Case of Back to the Future?||CCI, EI, SS||Cross-Listed as
|EDUC 420-1||Elementary Education: Practicum||EI||Instructor: Riggsbee|
|ENGLISH 397S||Narratives of Migration||CCI, R, ALP||Cross-Listed as
|ENVIRON 245||The Theory and Practice of Sustainability||EI, R, STS, NS, SS||Cross-Listed as
Bass Connections course.
|ETHICS 215||Resettling Refugees in Durham||Instructor: Shanahan
Cross Listings: ETHICS 199FS, RIGHTS 178FS, SOCIOL 178FS
|ETHICS 301S||Business and Human Rights Advocacy Lab||EI, R, W|
|I&E 590||Special Topics in Innovation & Entrepreneurship||Two courses offered. Please see description.|
|NEUROSCI 444S||Neuroscience Service Learning: Brain Connections||STS, NS, SS||Cross-Listed as
|PHARM 294||Research Independent Study in Science Education||R||Instructor: Sawyer|
|PUBPOL 263||Border Crossing: Leadership, Value Conflicts, and Public Life||CCI, EI, W, SS|
|PUBPOL 265S||Enterprising Leadership||EI, SS||Instructor: Brown|
|PUBPOL 851||Human Centered Design||Instructors Allin / Meyer.
Bass Connections course.
|SOCIOL 264||Death and Dying||EI, SS||Instructor: Gold|
|SPANISH 205||Advanced Intermediate Spanish with Service-Learning||FL, CZ||Instructor: Anderson|
|SPANISH 307S||Issues of Education and Immigration||CCI, FL||Instructor: TBA|
|THEATRST 310S||Non-Profit Cultural Institutions||EI, SS|
These courses include a variety of interactions in the community, and although community-based learning courses do not offer the sustained service component that Service-Learning courses do, they offer enriching aspects of working in the community and opportunity for critical reflection on ethical service experiences.