Thinking about taking a community-based course during you time at Laurier? Consider taking this introductory course online for credit:
UU150 (Foundation of Community Engagement and Service); Online
Information on Courses that Have Been Offered
Please click on the course codes seen in the left sidebar for information on courses that have recently been offered with a CSL/CEL component. Please note that courses may not be offered in each term. If you are a course instructor and would like to offer your course with a community-engaged learning component, please contact us.
CSL/Community-Engaged courses that are being offered on the Waterloo and Brantford campus for the Fall 2014/Winter 2015 semesters include the following:
PS275, PS 275BR (Developmental Psychology I - Infancy and Childhood); Fall & Winter
PS276, PS276BR (Developmental Psychology II - Youth and Adolescence); Winter
PS277 (Developmental Psychology III - Adults and Elders); Fall
PS282, PS282BR (Community Psychology); Fall and Winter
PS283, PS283BR (Educational Psychology); Fall
PS379 (Psychology of Exceptional Children, Youth and Adults); Fall and Winter
CO333BR (Children's Education and Development Service); Fall
GG376 (Cultural Heritage Landscapes); Fall
GC102 (Christianity and Global Citizenship); Winter
HR261BR (Multiculturalism); Fall
SP302 (Composition and Conversation I & II); Fall and Winter
SY216 (Sociology of Aging); Winter
KP471 (Adapted Physical Activity); Winter
MU353 (Inclusive Arts for Children); Spring/Summer
CT403BR (Community Internship); Fall/Winter
YC300BR (Youth and Community Service-Learning); Winter
For information on the Faculty of Arts Community Engagement Option, click here.
For information on the MBA Not-For-Profit Practicum click here.
For more information about the MA Social Justice and Community Engagement program click here.
For information on the Student Leadership Centre's Leadership Program and Capstone Project, click here