Community Engagement Certificate
College: College of Arts & Humanities
Requirements for Admission to the Community Engagement Certificate
Complete a plan declaration form available online or in the Academic Advising and Career Center. Declarations will be reviewed and approved by the faculty director or the community engagement specialist.
Requirements for the Community Engagement Certificate
The certificate requirements include two required courses and 9 credits of elective courses that are designated community-based learning (CBL).
|Required Introductory Course|
|CBL 101||Introduction to Community Engagement 1||3|
|Select nine credits of elective courses 2||9|
|Required Capstone Course|
|CBL 495||Community Engagement Capstone 1,3||1|
Must earn a grade of C or better for credit toward the Community Engagement Certificate.
- Courses must be CBL designated courses in the course schedule.
- At least three credits (of nine) at the 300-or 400-level.
- Internships may be used with preapproval from the CBL academic advisor and should conform university policies and procedures for internships (see Policies section of this catalog).
Note: Another capstone course may be used to fulfill this requirement with approval from the faculty director or community engagement coordinator.