LOPER 9: Civic Competency and Engagement
DISPOSITIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Every university-educated person should have:
Civic competency and engagement (Civic competency encompasses civic knowledge; analytical skills; and participatory and involvement skills. Civic engagement encompasses motivations, attitudes, and efficacy; democratic norms and values; and participation and activities.) Courses must meet all learning outcomes.
- Can identify issues of public or community concern and problems or challenges posed by lack of civic competency and engagement.
- Can gather and evaluate sufficient and reliable information about issues of public concern and have the knowledge and skills to make reasonable judgements and decisions about them
- Can evaluate practices and decisions for their civic consequences
- Can articulate the importance of community service and civic engagement to address issues of public or community concern
|CJUS 102||Crime, Democracy and Justice||3|
|CSP 150||Chancellor's Leadership Class||3|
|ENG 153||Democratic Vistas||3|
|ENG 252||Introduction to Literature: Western Civilization||3|
|GEOG 323||Political Geography||3|
|HIST 176||Democratic Debates||3|
|JMC 100||Global Media Literacy||3|
|PE 202||Foundations of Advocacy and Leadership in Education||3|
|PHIL 105||Philosophical Roots of American Democracy||3|
|PSCI 110||Introduction to American Politics||3|
|PSCI 140||Democracies Around the World||3|
|PSCI 280H||Special Topics||3|
|SOWK 170||Introduction to Social Welfare||3|
Designated courses with the appropriate content will satisfy one of the Broad Knowledge requirements (LOPERs 5-8) plus LOPER 9 or a Broad Knowledge requirement plus LOPER 10. A list of these courses is here.