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Academic Foundations 003
Africana Studies 014
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Honors Living-Learning Community 526
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Arts and Sciences-Newark Academic Programs and Courses Honors Living-Learning Community 526  

Honors Living-Learning Community 526

See the Honors Living-Learning Community chapter for a description of the required curricula.
21:526:295,296,395,396,405   Special Topics Courses (3 each) All Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC) elective courses are focused on themes related to local citizenship in a global world and course offerings vary from semester to semester. HLLC Special Topics courses provide students with opportunities for intellectual exploration as well as an introduction to advanced techniques in critical analysis, research, or fieldwork. Special topic courses are intentionally cross-disciplinary.
21:526:301 Negotiating Space, Place, and Identities (1.5) This course is designed to allow scholars to gain insight into themselves, others, and their relationship to the communities around them. Through individual and group activities, scholars actively engage in what it means to be a culturally competent member of a diverse learning environment, and explore issues related to individual power and leadership, social and emotional intelligence, and group dynamics.
21:526:302 Voice, Citizenship, and Community Engagement (1.5) Through student involvement initiatives, special projects, and university collaborations, this course offers a variety of opportunities for scholars to explore and develop their voices, interests, and skills as community engaged citizens. This course challenges scholars to be active participants in the design and implementation of projects that contribute to the greater good of the campus community and help them to enact change based on shared passions and interests.
21:526:303 Local Citizenship in a Global World (4) An intensive semester-long course designed to give scholars an understanding of the impact of local citizenship on social and institutional change over time. Scholars are introduced to, and provided readings and assignments on perspectives of social justice and community activism, how local citizens have impacted social change, the history of Newark, national and international movements on educational reform, and the role of youth in social movements. Guest lecturers from local/national/international organizations speak to issues of school reform, eminent domain, environmental racism, etc.
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