Health Science (HSC)

HSC 505. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: Age-Related (HSC 205).1 Credit.

Opportunity to engage in active learning, implementing a program with a local community partner working with children/youth, adults, or older adults. Ten to fifteen hours of community engagement is required for students to observe and apply the concepts of interprofessional healthcare in a community-based setting. Community experience is supervised by faculty with expertise in analysis of community-based practice. Classroom/community engagement schedules will be determined. Course may be taken more than once.

Offered: Every year, All

HSC 506. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: International (HSC 206).1 Credit.

Observe and apply various health/wellness concepts in an international community-based setting. Fifteen hours minimum community engagement at an international site is required for students to engage in active learning by implementing a program with an international community partner. Course taught by faculty with expertise in the analysis of community-based practice. Classroom/community engagement schedules will be determined. This course may be taken more than once. Application process for international experiences required.

Offered: Every year, All

HSC 507. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: Special Populations (HSC 207).1-2 Credits.

Active learning implementing a program with a local community partner working with at-risk population. Ten to fifteen hours of community engagement required; Students observe and apply the concepts of interprofessional healthcare in a community-based setting. Faculty with expertise in the analysis of community-based practice lead discussions and community engagement related to population health in the local community. This course may be taken more than once. Offerings include MTW section during Thanksgiving week.

Offered: Every year, All