Jan 21, 2022  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ESS 3133 - Community and Professional Service Learning (3) SP, SU


Students provide community service and gain practical experience through mentored applications. Undergraduate students will work a minimum number of hours each week in a community “sustainability clinic” and/or in projects supervised by professional consultants and experienced graduate students in sustainability. Students may provide assistance to individuals, businesses, organizations or technical projects that identify sustainability practices, environmental management, technical options or potential natural resource management assistance needs. Topics may include any application within a major field of study, including but not limited to renewable energy, waste = food, water, technical design, food, small business, corporate, entrepreneurship, manufacturing, recreation, tourism, civic, transportation or climate. Department permission required. A minimum of 195 hours of service (during a semester) is required.

This course may satisfy SALT Tier III credit.