Course Listing for Minor in Public Praxis

SPRING 2013 COURSES COUNTING FOR THE PUBLIC PRAXIS MINOR  

NOTE: the minor in Public Praxis is under revision & is expected to be in effect during spring 2013; The revision requires 15/16 credits.  Click here to read the Proposal for the revised minor. 

Not all of the courses listed below include an experiential component, as required for public praxis.  Because such courses offer an important body of knowledge that informs public work, students are allowed one such course to count for the minor.  Faculty of a number of other courses are willing to include a praxis component as an option.  Students should inquire the status of the public praxis component before the class begins & speak with a public praxis project-keeper.

THEMATIC CORE COURSE/PUBLIC PRAXIS & HUMAN RIGHTS  –  3 cr

REST320/SOC320 Public Praxis 1: Prisons & Human Rights (sp 2013)    M. Peter-Raoul       

COMMUNITY & VALUES   -  6 credits

ST:GBST292L150 Ghanian Culture
GBST103L111 Intro Global Studies
ENG353 Ethnic American Literature                                   R. DeAngelis
PHIL103 World Views Values                                              M. Peter-Raoul
ENG373 Literature of the Holocaust                                   J. Kotzin
ENSC315 Natural History of the Hudson Valley
EMSC477 Environmental Science & Human Values       R. Feldman
REST300L111 Judaeo-Christian Scriptures                     Br. F. Kelly
REST209L111 World Religions - on-line                           J. McPhee
ENSC101L200 Intro Environmental Science                    C. Bowser
ENSC392L111 ST: Campus Sustainability                       R. Feldman
REST203L112 Christianity                                                    J. McPhee
ENG117L135 College Writing II                                           S. Mercier
ENG117L131 College Writing II                                           J. Zeppetello
ENG117L741 College Writing- on-line                               J. Zeppetello
PSYC222L150 Community Psychologoy                           J. Scileppi
PSYC222L111 Community Psychology                              R. Torres
PSYC220L200 Social Psychology                                        K. Constock

AFFLUENCE & POVERTY - 6 credits
CRJU314L111 U.S. Urban Culture
ECON150L741 Economics & Social Issues
POSC294L111 ST: Arab-Isreali Conflict                              A. Arslanian
POSC391L111 ST: Terrism, Violence & Conflict               J. Pupcenoks
POSC302L111 Political Social Movements                        J. Myers
POSC103L111 Intro to Global issues                                 D. Langfield
SOC336L200 Social Inequality                                             D. Hanssen
SOC341L111&112 Social Change

CAPSTONE COURSE - PUBLIC PRAXIS 11 - 3-4 credits

REST325/SOC325 Public Praxis II  M. Peter-Raoul

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