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Community Learning & Public Service Courses

Course Title Course Number Purpose Pedagogical Alignment to CLPS Goals
UNM Service Corps Leadership OLIT 493
2 Credits
UNMSC leadership development to enhance and deepen UNMSC experience. To provide a space for cross-site learning and culminating of UNMSC experience.
Integration of community engagement with student’s academic program of study and larger social justice agenda of UNMSC
Creative space for CLPS strategic direction. Issues to action is taken to a policy and advocacy level.
PRAXIS model of knowledge, action, reflection in a cycle.
Connect community engagement to larger sociopolitical perspectives.
Dialogue on advocacy, civic engagement and policy.
Curriculum that is “in and which the world” – current events.
Issues to action.
Asset-mapping to identify resources on and off campus.
Community Health RSL 175
1 credit
Exposure to Community Health Field.
Awareness of social determinants of health.
Understanding the holistic notion of health.
Understanding the future of health care.
Place-based understanding of health.
PRAXIS model of knowledge, action, reflection in a cycle.
Connect community engagement to larger sociopolitical perspectives.
Dialogue on advocacy, civic engagement and policy.
Curriculum that is “in and which the world” – current events.
Issues to action.
Asset-mapping to identify resources on and off campus.
Community, Sustainability and Development RSL 175
1 credit
Understanding and awareness of community.
Understanding of sustainability.
How to be personally sustainable and transfer that ethic to local community site and larger community.
Experiential learning - Albuquerque community examples of sustainability in action.
Interdependence of ecosystem
PRAXIS model of knowledge, action, reflection in a cycle.
Connect community engagement to larger sociopolitical perspectives.
Dialogue on advocacy, civic engagement and policy.
Curriculum that is “in and which the world” – current events.
Issues to action.
Asset-mapping to identify resources on and off campus.
Community Learning RSL 175
1 credit
Community-based learning.
Asset-mapping and place-based learning.
Organic leadership and identity development.
Community engagement for social justice.
The role of community-based classes and research.
Community organizing.
PRAXIS model of knowledge, action, reflection in a cycle.
Connect community engagement to larger sociopolitical perspectives.
Dialogue on advocacy, civic engagement and policy.
Curriculum that is “in and which the world” – current events.
Issues to action.
Asset-mapping to identify resources on and off campus.
Community Schools RSL 175
1 credit
The history of community schools nationally and locally.
The purpose of education.
Whose knowledge counts?
Planning and curriculum development for community sustainability, equity and inclusion.
Asset-mapping and place-based learning.
PRAXIS model of knowledge, action, reflection in a cycle.
Connect community engagement to larger sociopolitical perspectives.
Dialogue on advocacy, civic engagement and policy.
Curriculum that is “in and which the world” – current events.
Issues to action.
Asset-mapping to identify resources on and off campus.

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