Engaged Civic Learning Courses

Engaged Civic Learning Courses have been taught by Faculty Fellows across many disciplines in all of the schools at Rutgers University–Camden.

College of Arts and Sciences

Anthropology

  • Applied Anthropology

Biology

  • Exploring Careers in Biology

childhood studies

  • Children’s Rights
  • Child Wellbeing: A Civic Engagement Approach
  • Service-Learning in Childhood Studies

Criminal Justice

  • Children’s Justice Clinic and Criminal Investigations Practicum
  • Inside Out Criminal Justice

Design

  • Graphic Design Practicum

English

  • English Composition 102 (ECL section for Civic Scholars)
  • Literature of Childhood, taught by Carol SingleyLiteratures of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity
  • Teaching Creative Writing to Urban Youth

History

  • Perspectives in History
  • Modern Languages
  • Contemporary Civic Culture in France

Psychology

  • Experimental Psychology Lab (ECL section)

Sociology

  • Making Social Change Honors Seminar
  • Social Stratification and Urban Sociology

Libraries

  • Creating a Public Tour

Rutgers Law School

  • Children’s Justice Clinic and Criminal Investigations Practicum
  • Citizenship Rutgers
  • Veterans Law Clinic

School of Business

  • Business Civic Engagement
  • Social Entrepreneurship

School of Nursing

  • Community NursinG
  • Honors Seminar in Nursing Practice
  • Nursing of Children and Adolescents

School of Social Work

  • Methods of Social Work Research II
  • Social Welfare Policy and Practice