Community-Based Learning Courses

SPRING '24 CBL COURSES
 
ANTH 101* Anthropological Perspective, Prof. Bafford (2 sections) (CBL Placement, optional)
ANTH 101 Anthropological Perspective, Prof. Jarrin (2 sections) (CBL Project)
CISS 310 Seeking Justice, Prof. Sterk Barrett (CBL Project)
CISS 399-S02 Global Maternal Health and Child Health Issues (CBL Project)
DFST 202* Intermediate American Sign Language 2, Prof. Mack (CBL Placement)
ENVS 220 Environmental Psychology, Prof. Dubois (CBL Project)
GREK 102 Introduction to Greek 2, Profs. Hsu and Smith (2 sections) (CBL Project)
HIST 229 The Asian American Experience, Prof. Ren (CBL Project)
HIST 263 Work, Culture, and Power in U.S. History, Prof. Spiro (CBL Project)
ITAL 202 Intermediate Italian 2, Prof. Armenti (2 sections) (CBL Project)
LATN 102* Intro. to Latin 2, Profs. Binek and Ebbott (2 sections) (CBL Project)
MONT 120Q Pursuing Health: Health as a Common Good (CBL Project)
MONT 150D* Looking for God in all Things: The Divine in Daily Life (CBL Placement)
MONT 150S* Beginnings and Endings: The Art of Dying Well (CBL Placement/Project)
MONT 152D* Identity, Diversity, and Community: Exploring Leadership (CBL Placement)
MONT 153D* Activism and Pop Culture: Inclusion in Pop Culture (2 sections) (CBL Placement)
MONT 153N* Developing Minds: Concepts in Nature (CBL Placement)
MONT 153S* The Science of Happiness: Flourishing (CBL Placement)
MONT 156S* Placing the Self: This Place (CBL Placement)
MONT 199C-S15 The Academy: College Student Well Being (CBL Project)
MONT 199D-S02* Engaged Spirituality: A Faith that Does Justice (2 sections) (CBL Placement)
MONT 199N-S02* The Nature of Worcester: Green Island (CBL Project)
MONT 199N-S13 Water: Humans and Water (2 sections) (CBL Project)
PSYC 201-04 Research Methods, Prof. Hayaki (CBL Project)
PSYC 480-06 Research Projects, Prof. Anggoro (CBL Project)
SOCL 299-S06 Food Justice - Racial Justice, Prof. Harvey (CBL Project)
SPAN 302* Español para Hispanohablantes, Prof. Ugarte (CBL Placement or Project)
SPAN 317* Health, Culture, and Social Justice Prof. Ugarte (CBL Placement)
SPAN 399* Latin American Art, Prof. Franco (CBL Placement or Project)
VAHI 320 Modern Home, Prof. Finstein (CBL Project)
VAHI 399-S03 Global Medieval Museum, Prof. Luyster (CBL Project)
VAST 205 New Media, Prof. Beaudoin (CBL Project)
ADDITIONAL COURSES THAT OFFER FIELD-BASED EXPERIENCES COORDINATED BY OTHER DEPARTMENTS

ACIP 375, 380, 381, 399-S01

Academic Internship Program

EDUC 167*

Educational Psychology

 

FALL '23 CBL COURSES
 
ANTH 101* Anthropological Perspective, Prof. Bafford (CBL Placement, optional)
ANTH 252 Anthropology of Law, Prof. Bafford (CBL Project)
CHIN 299-F02 Chinese Migrants, Language acquisition, and Aging, Prof. Lin (CBL Project)
CISS 199-F02 Service For and With Others, Prof. Staysniak (CBL Project)
CISS 200 Worcester and Its People, Prof. Doughton (CBL Project)
CLAS 165* Refugees in Ancient Myth and Today, Prof. Hsu (CBL Placement)
CLAS 199-F02 Before Rome: The Etruscans, Prof. Glennie (CBL Project)
DFST 201* Intermediate American Sign Language 1, Prof. Stephanie Clark (CBL Placement)
DFST 350 Experience in the Deaf Community, Prof. Stephanie Clark (CBL Placement)
ENVS 299 Contested Waterscapes, Prof. Dubois (CBL Project)
ENVS 404 Capstone Seminar, Prof. Mitchell (CBL Project)
GREK 101 Introduction to Greek 1, Profs. Hsu and Smith (2 Sections) (CBL Project)
HIST 401 Modern United States Gender and Sexuality History, Prof. Yuhl (CBL Project)
ITAL 301 Italian Composition & Conversation, Professor Amatangelo (CBL Project)
LATN 101 Intro. to Latin 1, Profs. Binek and Ebbott (2 sections) (CBL Project)
MONT 150D* Looking for God in all Things: The Divine in History (CBL Placement)
MONT 152D* Identity, Diversity, and Community: Exploring Difference (CBL Placement)
MONT 153D* Activism and Pop Culture: Embodied Activism (2 sections) (CBL Placement)
MONT 156S* Placing the Self: Selfhood and Place (CBL Placement)
MONT 199D-F12* Engaged Spirituality: Everyday Spirituality (2 sections) (CBL Placement)
PSYC 228 Psychology of Adolescence, Prof. Caola (CBL Project)
PSYC 328* Adolescent Health, Prof. Ludden (CBL Placement & Project)
PSYC 337* Substance Use, Misuse, and Abuse, Prof. Hayaki (CBL Placement)
PSYC 399-F03* Community Psychology, Prof. Shockley (CBL Placement)
SOCL 399-F01 Food and Mobility, Prof. Molz (CBL Project)
SPAN 312* Filmmaking in Spanish, Prof. Franco (CBL Project)
VAST 299-01 Play + Work: God/Art/Corita, Profs. Beaudoin and Fritz (CBL Project)
ADDITIONAL COURSES THAT OFFER FIELD-BASED EXPERIENCES COORDINATED BY OTHER DEPARTMENTS

ACIP 370, 375, 380, 381

Academic Internship Program

EDUC 167*

Educational Psychology

*Students in starred courses are eligible for the CBL Transcript Designation (a zero-credit line on the transcript to indicate the added work of completing a weekly CBL placement or an intensive CBL Project). Inconsistent attendance and/or the nature of the CBL Project may impact eligibility for the designation. Read more about the transcript designation on the for current CBL students page.