CETR 300: The Seminar
CETR 300: Community Engagement Seminar
Credits: 3 (1 hour/week in seminar; 6-7 hours/week in community-based placement)
Course Description: The Community Engagement Seminar provides students with a structured, supervised community-based immersion in a non-profit organization, citizen action group, legislative office, or philanthropic entity. Through discussion and application of social change theories, students explore the tenants of community engagement. Students reflect critically on their emerging civic agency and the development of their civic identity. CETR 300 is appropriate for students pursuing the undergraduate certificate in Community-Engaged Practice or for students participating in the Community Engagement Scholars program.