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Approved Service-Learning Courses

As part of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), service-learning has been recognized as one of the 12 types of experiential learning offered to UT Knoxville students. Courses that receive the service-learning (S) designation have met the university’s standards for what is considered to be an effective, rewarding service-learning opportunity for students, faculty and community partners.  Since its implementation in Fall 2016, 17 courses across a wide range of academic disciplines have earned the S-Designation.

  • ARCH 370S: Research and Design
  • ARCH 371S: Design as Applied Research
  • ARCH 496S: Advance Architectural Design – Collaborative Engagement
  • IARC 372S: Design Development and Construction
  • GEOG/GEOL 206S: Sustainability Reducing our Impact on Planet Earth
  • GEOL 202S: Earth as Ecosystem: Modern Problems and Solutions
  • SPAN 494S: Spanish Community Service Practicum
  • SPAN 495S: Understanding Culture Through Service in a Hispanic Country
  • PHIL 255S: Sustainability Ethics
  • PHIL 256S: Social Justice
  • REST 486S: Dig Jordan Field School
  • BAS 370S: Advertising Management and Optimization Strategies
  • ENT 410S: Leadership in Nonprofits and Social Entrepreneurship
  • FWF 325S: Wildlife Vegetation and Habitat
  • PBRL 470S: Public Relations Campaigns
  • EDUC 100S: Special Topics
  • CE 399S: Senior Design Project 1