Spring 2010 Course List for Minor in Public Praxis

Listed below are courses that count for the Minor in Public Praxis for spring 2010.  The Minor requires 6-7 courses (18-21 credits) chosen among 4 categories (see bold subtitles).  The Capping course, Public Praxis 11, is required.  Strongly recommended is the PP core course, Social Inequality (fall 2010), with Dr. Bruce Luske.  This is not an exhaustive list as other courses may offer a praxis option (see Project-keepers) and/or offer a crucial field of public knowledge.

For description of praxis-oriented, academic-based public praxis courses, see the Public Praxis brochure (see link) and Public Praxis Sites (see link) on Public Praxis website (search Public Praxis on Marist home page).
Project-Keepers: Mar.Peter-Raoul@Marist.edu; Bruce.Luske@Marist.edu

HUMAN RIGHTS  (3 credits)
POSC217L111 Politics of Human Rights (w. V. Vavrina)
GBST103l111 Intro to Global Issues (w. C. Keith)

AFFLUENCE & POVERTY  (6 credits)
SOC341LL111/113  Social Change (w. B. Luske)
GBST103L111 Intro to Global Issues (w. C. Keith)
GBST301L111 Global Studies Seminar (w. C. Keith)
HIST294L111 St: Struggle for Palestine (w. A. Arslanian)
HIST355L111 Politics and History of Mid East (w. A. Arslanian)
HIST295L150 ST: Modern S. Africa (w. E. Summers)
CSAR292L200/POSC391L150 ST: S. Africa Cultures/Politics (w. E. Summers)

HUMAN VALUES & CHOICE  (6 credits)
ENG341L111 American Drama 11 (w. E. Curley)
ENG312L111 Business Writing (w. P. Haruta)
ENG353L200 Ethnic American Literature (w. R. DeAngeles)
ENG373L200 Literature of the Holocaust (w. J. Kozin)
ENG117L130 College Writing 11 (w. J. Zeppetello)
COM Communications Capping (w. Karen Michael)
COM203L111 Interpersonal Communications (w. S. Roper)
CSSP 354L200 Civ. Hispanics (with I. Casey)
CSAR 292L200  ST: Women in the Arab World (w. N. Hajjaj)
ENSC101L120/121/122 Intro to Environmental Issues (w. R. Feldman)
HIST293L111 ST: Public History (w. S. Garabedian)
HIST130L111 Intro to Women’s Studies (w R. Rosen)
HIST217L111/POSC217L111 Catholics in U.S. (w. S. Dwyer-McNulty)
POSC110L111/112/114 American National Gov. (w. J. Myers, L. Eckert)
POSC243L111 Contemporary Ideologies (w. J. Myers)
POSC273L112 International Politics (w. J. Ali)
PSYC222L111 Community Psychology (w. Robin Torres)
PSYC409L111 Ethics & Prof issues (w. S. Dingman)
REST208L111 Judeo-Christian Scriptures (w. Br. Kelly)
REST245L111 Jesus and Discipleship (w. Br. Kelly)
REST209L200/111/114/116 World Religions (w. M. Ronconi/Kiernan/Burger)
PHIL103 World Views and Values – praxis-oriented (w. Peter-Raoul)
REST392L111 Islam (w. M. Walker)

PUBLIC PRAXIS (3-6 credits)
REST320/SOC320 Public Praxis 1 – (any course above can substitute w. course waived) REST325/SOC325 Public Praxis 11 – required, CAPPING
ST: Globalization and Public/Global Citizenship (alternative CAPPING, when offered)