Following is a list of approved Civic Engagement Electives. Civic Engagement is the ability to contribute to the civic life and well-being of local, national, and global communities as both a social responsibility and a life-long learning process. Degree graduates will demonstrate the knowledge and civic values necessary to become informed and contributing participants in a democratic society.

Prior to enrolling in the courses on this list, students should check the course descriptions to ensure that they meet any pre-or co-requisites.

To avoid transfer problems, students should carefully select courses to fulfill elective requirements with the assistance of their advisors and upon an investigation of the transfer requirements of the institution to which transfer is contemplated.

Civic Knowledge: Summarize fundamental principles and debates about democracy and citizenship, both within the United States and in other countries.

Civic Identity: Reflect on personal social/civic identity and how that identity differs from others in their communities.

Civic Discourse: Deliberate on issues and problems to advance or achieve a civic aim.

Diversity in Civic Life: Compare and contrast diverse feelings, perspectives, and life experiences; Analyze the strength that such diversity of opinions brings to civic life.

Ethical Reasoning: Examine the ethical implications of community and civic actions and decisions.

Civic Responsibility: Assess and respond to civic, social, environmental, or economic challenges at local, national, or global levels.

Social Justice: Identify personal and collective actions that could be taken to address injustices in society.

Civic Engagement Electives

ASL 125

CST 229

GEO 210

HIS 101

HIS 102

HIS 111

HIS 112

HIS 121

HIS 122

HIS 203

HIS 253

HIS 254

HUM 260

PHI 220

SOC 200

SOC 268

SPA 101

SPA 102

SPA 201

SPA 202

PLS 135