Loyola University Maryland

Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ)

Fall 2013 Service-Learning Courses

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To date, the courses below have been identified as service-learning courses and courses with service components. Additional courses will be added to the list as we learn about them, so please continue to revisit this page.

SL = Designated Service-Learning Mandatory Courses
SO = Designated Service-Learning Optional Courses

Designated Service-Learning Courses

These courses meet the service-learning definition and criteria.


  • CM 404.01 Senior Capstone in Public Relations, Dr. Rosas-Moreno, SO


  • SE 496.01 Introduction to Special Education, Dr. Elana Rock, SL
  • ED 438 (co-requirement)
  • ED 439 (co-requirement)
  • ED 443 (co-requirement)
  • TE 601.51 Child & Adolescent Development, Dr. Marie Celeste, SL


  • EN 369 The Novel in America, Dr. Jean Lee Cole, SO


  • HS 388D.01 Conquest and Colonization in Africa: 1884-1965, Dr. Elizabeth Schmidt, SO
  • HS 480D.01 Seminar: Cold War in Southern Africa, Dr. Elizabeth Schmidt, SO


  • PL 314.01 Environmental Ethics, Dr. Drew Leder, SO
  • PL 302.02 Ethics, Dr. Fuat Gursozlu, SO
  • PL 201.01S/.02S Foundations of Philosophy, Dr. Catriona Hanley


  • PY 202 Psychopathology, Dr. Beth Kotchick, SO


  • SC 104 Cultural Anthropology, Dr. Jana Kopelentova-Rehak, SO

Speech Language Pathology/Audiology

  • SP 214.01 Introduction to Sign Language, Dr. Donna Pitts, SO
  • SP 405.01 Organic Basis of Childhood Communication Disorders, Dr. Lena Caesar, SO


  • TH 273.01/.02 Urban Health and Faith, Dr. Lehmijoki-Gardner


  • WR 100.04/06 Effective Writing, Dr. Andrea Leary, SO
  • WR 305.01 Writing for the Web, Dr. Allen Brizee, SO
  • WR 323.01 Writing Center Theory & Practice, Dr. Lisa Zimmerelli, SL
  • WR 327.01 Civic Literacy, Dr. Andrea Leary, SL

Courses with Service Components

Some or all of these courses have service experiences related to course content, at least partially integrate service-learning pedagogy and provide some preparation and reflection for students.


  • ED 100 Intro. to Elementary Education, Ms. Dana Reinhardt, optional


  • EN 101.16/21 Understanding Literature: Why Literature Matters, Dr. Juniper Ellis, optional
  • EN 384D.01 Postcolonial Literature: Travel Literature, Dr. Juniper Ellis, optional


  • MK 240.04 Introduction to Marketing, Dr. Gerard Athaide

Modern Languages

  • FR 201 French Composition and Conversation 1, Catherine Savell, optional

Speech Language Pathology/Audiology

  • SP 406.01 Organic Bases of Adult Communication Disorders, Prof. Laura Vogelman, optional

Fine Arts

  • PT 400.01 Professional Practices for Artists, Prof. Mary Beth Akre
  • SA 400.01 Professional Practices for Artists, Prof. Mary Beth Akre
  • SA 225.01 Drawing, Prof. Mary Beth Akre
  • SA 310.01 Introduction to Painting, Prof. Mary Beth Akre