Community Advocacy and Inquiry Abroad
Students will connect in-depth community involvement with academic learning to enhance understanding of theoretical and practical approaches of their professional field. They will complete a project specific to their field site. The international setting facilitates comparative investigation of international and American community issues while developing integrative approaches and solutions. Service settings will vary to accommodate individual majors. Class will meet once a week for two hours and 45 minutes; students will spend at least three hours per week at the field site.
Prerequisite: 57 Completed Credits. Take concurrently with any Champlain Abroad courses approved for the COR 330 requirement.
Not Offered This Semester