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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

Information for specific audiences:

Graduate with Leadership Distinction

Community Service: Approved Courses

 

Students graduating with a bachelor’s degree are required to complete 6 credit hours from the approved list and those with an associate’s degree are required to complete 3 credit hours.

Courses that are approved to meet the requirement for Graduation with Leadership Distinction in Community Service include two different types:

  1. All courses approved as “Service Learning” through the Office of Student Engagement. See www.housing.sc.edu/studentengagement/slc.html for a current list. If you have questions regarding a particular service learning course (or a course you believe to have been a service learning course), contact the Office of Student Engagement.
  2. All courses on the following list. If you have any questions regarding this course list contact USC Connect.
  • ANTH 210 – The Human Life Cycle
  • ANTH 291S – Sugar in the Blood: Cultural Beliefs, Attitudes, and Treatment of Diabetes in the African American Community
  • DANC 470 – Dance Education III: Dance Pedagogy for Middle and High School
  • DANC 478 – Integrative Approach to Dance Education
  • ECON 509 – Economics of Sustainable Development
  • EDEC 510 – Parent/Family Dynamics in Early Childhood Education
  • EDFN 300 – Schools in Communities
  • EDTE 400 – Learning through Community Service
  • EDTE 521 – Service-Learning in Education
  • GEOG 210 – People, Places, and the Environment
  • GERM 295 – Green Technology in Germany
  • GERM 401P – Practicum Teaching German to Young Children
  • HIST 492 – Civil Rights Movement
  • HPEB 502 – Applied Aspects of Human Nutrition
  • HPEB 511 – Health Problems in a Changing Society
  • HPEB 553 – Community Health Problems
  • HPEB 748 – Community Health Development
  • HRSM 301 – Professional Development Seminar
  • JOURN 531 – Public Relations Campaigns
  • JOUR 566 – Public Relations Management
  • MGSC 497 – Global Supply Chain and Operations Management Capstone Consulting Project
  • MUED 454 – Music for Young Children
  • NURS 431 – Family and Community Health Nursing
  • PHIL 101A – Ethics of Food
  • PHIL 211 – Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 322 – Ethics
  • PHIL 325 – Engineering Ethics
  • POLI 391 – Human Rights
  • POLY 477 – Green Politics
  • PSYC 487 – Community Psychology
  • PSYC 489 – Community Psychology Practicum
  • PSYC 510 – Abnormal Behavior in Children
  • SOCY 308 – Community Organization
  • SOCY 309 – Introduction to Social Inequality
  • SOCY 340 – Introduction to Social Problems
  • SOWK 201 – Introduction to Social Work Profession and Social Welfare
  • SOWK 222 – Social Welfare Institutions, Policies, and Programs
  • SOWK 311 – Generalist Practice
  • SOWK 382 – Introduction to Field Education
  • SOWK 402 – Non-Professional Participation in Social Welfare Agencies
  • SOWK 422 – Advocacy for Social and Economic Justice
  • SPAN 305/LASP 305 – Working with Hispanic Clients
  • SPTE 490E – Risk and Security Management in Public Assembly Facilities
  • WGST 112 – Women and Society
  • WGST 404 – Community Activism
  • WGST 304/SOCY 304 – Introduction to Social Inequality
  • WGST 306/SOWK 305 – Social Welfare Services for Women and Minorities

Note: Independent Study courses may count, but must include community service in the course description.


 


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