LBST 2215 - Citizenship
A study of the concept of citizenship as it has evolved in different cultures with an emphasis on scholarly understandings of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Includes an examination of the ethical dimensions of citizenship in political, social, and religious contexts. Includes a service component that allows students to explore the relations of citizenship and public service. During the semester the course meets a total of 27 hours for classroom lectures and discussions and requires completion of 25 hours of voluntary service in the community.
Credit Hours: (3) (SL)
General Education Requirement(s) Satisfied: Ethical Issues and Cultural Critique
Repeatability: May not be repeated for credit.
Most Recently Offered (Day): First Summer 2019, Spring 2019, First Summer 2018
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Spring 2018
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