The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is introducing a new Minor in Community Engagement in 2021-2022, which will offer students a course of study that includes the theoretical tools and practical skills to recognize, respectfully engage, and build community, while working for change and respecting differences both on- and off-campus.
The minor will consist of two core courses (including a 2000-level core course, Foundations in Community Engagement, and a 4000-level capstone) plus 1.0 credits of experiential learning courses and 2.0 credits of other interdisciplinary academic coursework. These courses will work together to provide students with solid methodological, theoretical, and experiential training in community engagement. Please click here for more details on the requirements for the minor.
This minor is open to all undergraduate degree students in any program. For further details on the SOCI/ANTH 2180 course or minor, please contact the instructor, Dr. Deborah Conners, or visit the Undergraduate Calendar.