To enroll in an ASL course, make sure the course number is followed by an "S"! Below are previously and currently taught service-learning classes. To view what ASL courses are offered for the upcoming semester check your course listings.
College of Business
MGMT 2210 S Management and Organization Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. A study of management systems as they apply to all organizations. Managerial functions, principles of management, and other aspects of the management process are examined. 3 credit hours.
Henry C. College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences
CJST 4411 S Victimology Introduction to the principles and concepts of victimology, analysis of victimization patterns and trends, and responses to criminal victimization. 3 credit hours.
CJST 2221 S Juvenile Justice Prerequisites: CJST 1100, PSYC 1111. Analysis of stages and decisions made at critical junctures of the juvenile justice process. Topics include an analysis of Supreme Court treatment of juvenile justice issues and the ability of the juvenile justice system to respond to juvenile crime. Focus on the processing of juveniles through the system and the special problems unique to juvenile justice. 3 credit hours.
CJST 4453 S Forensic Psychology Explores the dimensions of creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles by examining team dynamics and two historical leadership theories that form the basis of the Army leadership framework (trait and behavior theories). Cadets practice aspects of personal motivation and team building in the context of planning, executing, and assessing team exercises and participating in leadership labs.
Focus is on continued development of the knowledge of leadership values and attributes through an understanding of Army rank, structure, and duties and basic aspects of land navigation and squad tactics. Case studies provide tangible context for learning the Soldier’s Creed and Warrior Ethos as they apply in the contemporary operating environment (COE). 3 credit hours.
CJST 4413 S Victim Law Services and Administration Prerequisite: CJST 4411. Introduces the study of crime victims legal rights and the services system available to crime victims within the criminal justice system and in other settings. Topics include victim assistance programs from law enforcement through the courts and corrections systems as well as community-based advocacy and support. This study of victim services is integrated with a focus on the underlying legal structure of crime victim statutory and constitutional rights including notification, participation, protection, and financial remedies (e.g., restitution, compensation, and civil litigation) as well as other rights. Practical program management, evaluation, and funding issues are incorporated. 3 credit hours.
Tagliatela College of Engineering
CHEM 2221 S Instrumental Methods of Analysis w/Lab Prerequisites: CHEM 1116, 1118 (or EASC 1120), CHEM 2201, CHEM 2203, or permission of instructor. Theory and applications of various instrumental methods with emphasis on ultraviolet, visible, atomic absorption, fluorescence, infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; mass spectrometry; gas and liquid chromatography; and potentiometry. Laboratory analysis of samples by methods discussed in the lecture. 4 credit hours.
College of Arts &Sciences
UNIV 4450 S Oskar Schindler Humanities Course An investigation of the underlying principles of good human behavior with an emphasis on encouraging such behavior. Taught from a cross-disciplinary perspective by the current Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation Endowed professor. Topics will vary and can include, but are not limited to, relevant humanities, humanitarianism and humanitarian intervention, altruism, empathy, good corporate citizenship, and scientific contributions to solving problems in the human condition. The course emphasis will be determined by the current Oskar Schindler Endowed Professor each term. 3 credit hours.
PSYC 2217 S Adolescent Psychology Prerequisite: PSYC 1111. Study of human development through adolescence to maturity is examined. The role of maturational changes, and peer and family influences in the process of self-emergence and personal adjustment will be emphasized. The effect of these changes on the learning and teaching processes will be presented. Adolescent developmental theory and research designs will be discussed. 3 credit hours.