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SMC 2302 - Foundations of Practice: Civic Engagement and Social Action

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SMC 2302 Course Description

Foundations of Practice: Civic Engagement and Social Action - Civic engagement is participation in society to effect social change in fostering the common good. As a result of this course, students will understand and appreciate the need for engagement in one’s community. Students will integrate the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for civic engagement and ethical citizenship at the local, national, and global levels. Further, students will research public problems, develop and participate in strategies to resolve them.