Service Learning Opportunities for Students

Binghamton University offers many courses that include engagement in the community. If you are looking for a course that has hands-on learning and responds directly to a community need, these classes could be for you. The number of hours you'll spend in the community varies, but is usually around 15 for the semester. Check with the instructor for more details.

Service-Learning courses are now identified in the BU Brain! Look for the ASL or CEL tag under Special Course Attributes. 

Community-Engaged & Academic Service
Learning Courses 

Practicum in Human Development - HDEV 475 - 4.0 Credits - Diane Crews

Capstone Seminar - PAFF 595 - 3.0 Credits - Kristina Lambright

Curating Film and Video - CINE 380J - 4.0 Credits - Tomonari Nishikawa

The Study of Human Change - HDEV 100 - 4.0 Credits - Myra Sabir

How We Listen - ENG 380W - 4.0 Credits - Jennifer Stoever

Foundations of Civic Engagement - PAFF 225 - 4.0 Credits - David Campbell

Local Development in the Andes - PAFF 564, CCPA 464, LACAS 597 - Susan Appe

Leadership, Project Management & Service - SCHL 227 - 2.0 Credits - Peter Nardone

Heritage and Communities - ANTH 554G-480J - 4.0 Credits - Siobhan M. Hart

Borderlands of Eastern Europe - HIST381D - 4.0 Credits - Heather D. DeHaan

Becoming an Everyday Scientist: Neighborhoods and Quality of Life - BIOL 282T, NURS 343 - 2.0 Credits - Susan Seibold-Simpson, Richard A. Kauffman

Community Schools - CCPA 360 - 4.0 Credits - Laura Bronstein and Elizabeth Carter

Information Systems Project Development - MIS 473/573 - 4.0 Credits - Surinder Kahai

PwC Scholars Community Project - MGMT 350 - 4.0 Credits - Dina Naples-Layish 

Asthma-Based Research - NURS 499 - 2.0 Credits - Judy Quaranta

Last Updated: 7/27/16