Course material corresponds with Spring 2011 and Fall 2011
|#||title||credits||Core requirements satisfied||time||instructor|
|WCSC 385||Internship||6||6 SH of Cross-Cultural||arrange with supervisor||supervisor|
|CCSSC 386||A Multicultural History of Washington, DC, 1930-2000||3||Writing Intensive and 3 SH of Cross-Cultural||Tues 1-4:30||Kimberly Schmidt, Ph.D.|
|WCSC 285||Internship Theory and Practice||1||Community Learning||Thurs 4-6:00||Doug Hertzler, Ph.D.|
WCSC 385: Internship
WCSC staff will help you to find an internship in your field of study or interest. Summer interns work a minimum average of 30 hours per week.
CCSSC 386: A Multicultural History of Washington, D.C., 1930-2000
The Washington, D.C. setting offers students an opportunity to examine the history of race and ethnicity in a specific urban context. The history of African-Americans and their ongoing influence on D.C. neighborhoods and political movements will be explored in this course, as will the more modern influences of a number of immigrant communities including Latinos and Asians.
WCSC 285: Internship Theory and Practice
Through readings, analytical reflection, journals, and guest speakers, students will explore multiple dimensions of service internships in Washington, D.C.