Beyond Academics

Integrative Community Studies

A four-year program of study designed to support students in exploring and planning for their life goals and career aspirations while promoting active community engagement. The following table shows ranges for the number of credits that students are required to achieve in each curricular area, and EXAMPLES of courses that students might take for credit, or in some cases, for audit. This is list is NOT exhaustive, and courses may change according to availability.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Career Development (22-39 credits)Self-Determination (23-38 credits)Life-Planning (43 credits)
CTP 393 Internship
HHS 257 Branding Yourself
CTP 492 Job Development
ENT 250 Campus Entrepreneurs
CTP 158 Dimensions of Campus and Community
FYE 101 First Year Experience
ENT 450 Business Practice

Specific Career Paths
THR 100 Drama Appreciation
THR 130 Fundamentals of Acting
MST 190 WUAG
HTMT 51 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
CTP 104 Principles of Advocacy
CTR 314 Recreation Services with Underrepresented Populations
KIN 172 Beginning Self-Defense
CTP 204 Community Engagement
SES 200 People with Disabilities in American Society
ELC 381 Institution of Education
CTP 124 Human Rights from Global Perspective
CTP 324 Directing Your Own Resources
SOC 324 Criminal Justice
PCS 212 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
AFS Introduction to African American Studies
CST 105 Introduction to Communication Studies
CTP 190 - 459 Practicum
HEA 104 Personal Health
KIN 120 Conditioning
KIN 120 Weight Training
CTP 111 Person-Centered Planning
CTP 106 Introduction to Personal Finance
CTP 306 Asset Building and Managing Credit
HEA 202 Introduction to Peer Health Education
HEA 203 Peer Health Education (selected topics)
CTP 404 Senior Capstone
HEA 236 First Aid
HEA 260 Human Sexuality
CED 210 Career/Life Planning