The Educated Rabble-Rouser

After gaining a foundation of knowledge of ecological and social problems, students put theory to practice by developing projects that allow them to act as change agents within their communities. Recommended (but not required) to take a course from the first group last.

Instructions for Focal Study 29

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

Complete one course from each cluster.

First Cluster (complete 1 course)
ARTST/ENV 246 Eco-Art I 4 credits
GSS 210 Action Projects and Sexuality Studies 4 credits
MEDA 153/353 Video Community Engagement 4 credits
PSJ 105 Introduction to Civic Engagement 2 credits
PSJ 300 Community Based Action Research 4 credits
PSY 310 Community Psychology 4 credits
SOCWK 301 Macro Social Work Practice 4 credits
APTH/ENV 385 Eco-Theatre: Community & Performance 4 credits
Second Cluster (complete 1 course)
ANTH 101 Introduction to Anthropology 4 credits
HIST/GSS 247 Gender and Sexuality in Victorian America 4 credits
HIST 338 Era of the French Revolution 4 credits
POLS 322 The Suppression of Dissent 4 credits
POLS/PSJ 321 Protest, Dissent, and Social Change 4 credits
POLS 304 Community Politics 4 credits
SOC 102 Social Problems 4 credits
Third Cluster (complete 1 course)
ENV 142 Permaculture: Design Science 4 credits
ENV 200 Introduction to Environmental Science 4 credits
ENV 330 Ecology and Ecological Design 4 credits
PHY/ENV 160 Energy and the Environment 4 credits