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Academics

Advocacy Course Plans

Core course:

PSCI 270 Engagement and the City: Millennials and the New Citizenship  (required)

This course introduces student to various debates and theories about citizenship and advocacy, and then introduces students to West Bloomington as a laboratory where they can apply and practice their skills of civic engagement. The course also introduces students to the methodology followed by the Action Research Center. At the same time, it is a standalone course addressing the purposes and functions of citizenship, and the tools of community-based research.

Concentrations

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Law

Pre-law education should be understood as requiring a broad training in reading, writing, and reasoning on a variety of public interested topics. Majors like English, history, economics, philosophy, sociology, and political science are all typical “pre-law” majors and the law schools at places like Harvard and Yale frequently take students from art, chemistry, mathematics, religion, and indeed all liberal arts majors. The advocacy minor with a pre-law concentration is thus a natural pair with any liberal arts major.

Capstone: BUS 349 Seminar in Management: Trial Class (required)

Electives:

 

Nonprofit Management

Capstone:  PSCI/SOC 395 Action Research Seminar  (required)

Electives:

 

Public Administration

Drains to Rivers" sewer stencil photo that we used when working with the city of Bloomington Public Works Department.
"Drains to Rivers" sewer stencil that is used when working with the city of Bloomington Public Works Department.

Capstone: PSCI 396 City Internship  (required)

Electives:

  

Other common electives