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Below is a complete list of courses that are community service learning (CSL) designated as indicated in the SF State Bulletin. Only service hours from these CSL designated courses will be shown on the official transcript. Please note that not all courses are offered every semester and it is at the discretion of course instructor to offer the CSL option. 

All University 

  • AU 101 First Year Experience 
  • A U 280 Community Service Learning Option 

Business, College of                                 

  • BUS 699 Independent Study 
  • BUS 788 Management Principles and Organizational Behavior 
  • BUS 899 Independent Study 

Economics

  • ECON 640/840 Health Economics Analysis and Research 

International Business

  • IBUS 699 Independent Study
  • IBUS 899 Special Study 

Information Systems

  • ISYS 573 New Advances in IT in Organizations 

Management

  • MGMT 437 Entrepreneurial Internship
  • MGMT 567 Internship in Management 
  • MGMT 699 Independent Study 
  • MGMT 863/CFS 863 Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 899 Independent Study 

Marketing

  • MKTG 440 Advertising Creativity and Production 
  • MKTG 699 Independent Study 
  • MKTG 899 Independent Study 

Education, Graduate College of 

Department of Communicative Disorders

  • SLHS 663 Intro to Augmentative/Alternative Communication 
  • SLHS 701 Language Differences and Disorders in Children 

Department of Elementary Education

  • E ED 645 Directed Experiences with Children
  • E ED 701 Social, Cultural, and Historical Foundations of Education

Department of Equity, Leadership Studies & Instructional Technologies

  • ISED 201 Introduction to the University 
  • ISED 699 Independent Study 
  • ISED 739 Education and Community Development: Equity and Diversity 

Department of Secondary Education

  • S ED 640 Supervised Observation / Part in Public Schools
  • S ED 751 Classroom Environment 
  • S ED 790 Second Language Development

Department of Special Education

  • S PED 330 Introduction to Disability 

Ethnic Studies, College of 

Africana Studies

  • AFRS 376 Government, the Constitution, and Black Citizens 
  • AFRS 694 Community Service Learning 

American Indian Studies

  • AIS 205 American Indians & U.S. Laws 
  • AIS 460 Power and Politics in American Indian History 
  • AIS 694 Community Service Learning

Asian American Studies

  • AAS 323 Chinese American Identities 
  • AAS 512 Asian American Children's/Adolescent Literature 
  • AAS 541/RRS 657 South Asian Diaspora 
  • AAS 595 Asian American Communities and Public Policy 
  • AAS 681 Asian American Community Changes & Development 
  • AAS 688 Asian American Community Service Internship 
  • AAS 697 Proseminar in Asian American Studies 

Ethnic Studies

  • ETHS 100/RRS 100 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 
  • ETHS 697 Field Research or Internship in Ethnic Studies 

Latina/Latino Studies

  • LTNS 205 Cyber Raza - Culture and Community Online
  • LTNS 210 Latina/o Health Care Perspectives 
  • LTNS 215 Introduction to Latina/o Studies 
  • LTNS 222 Latina/o Art History 
  • LTNS 225 Survey of Latina/o Visual Images
  • LTNS 265 Topics in Latina/o History 
  • LTNS 276 Latina/o, U.S. Government, and Constitutional Ideals 
  • LTNS 315 Latina/os in California 
  • LTNS 410 Seminar on Gender and Latina/os 
  • LTNS 415 Economic Progress of Latinos in the U.S. 
  • LTNS 425 Popular and Traditional Music of the Latina/o Diaspora 
  • LTNS 430/LTNS 430/CJ 435 Race, Crime, and Justice 
  • LTNS 435 Oral History Methods: Theory and Practice 
  • LTNS 470 Latina/o Immigration to the U.S.
  • LTNS 485/CJ 485 Latina/o Youth, Crime, and Justice 
  • LTNS 536/JOUR 536 Latina/o Journalism 
  • LTNS 580/RRS 580/SOC 580 Educational Equity 
  • LTNS 660 Latina/o Politics 
  • LTNS 670/PLSI 408 Mexican Politics and Society 
  • LTNS 680 Latina/o Community Organizing 
  • LTNS 690 Community Fieldwork in Latina/o Studies 
  • LTNS 692 Cuba: Health, Education, and Culture 
  • LTNS 693 Cuba: Community Service Learning 
  • LTNS 694 Community Service Learning 

Race & Resistance Studies

  • RRS 100/ETHS 100 Introduction to Ethnic Studies
  • RRS 240 All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the "Sixties"
  • RRS 410/SOC 410 Grassroots Organizing for Change in Communities of Color
  • RRS 420 Arab American Identity: Memory and Resistance
  • RRS 571 Women, Class, and Race
  • RRS 580/LTNS 580/SOC 580 Educational Equity
  • RRS 630 Palestine: Ethnic Studies Perspective
  • RRS 657/A AS 541 South Asian Diaspora
  • RRS 694 Community Service Learning: Praxis in Race and Resistance Studies

Health & Social Sciences, College of 

Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics

  • ADM 569/CFS 769 Visual Merchandising and Promotion 
  • CFS 863/MGMT 863 Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship 

Child and Adolescent Development

  • CAD 325 Jumpstart: Mentoring Young Children 
  • CAD 326 Jumpstart: Developing Literacy Skills in Young Children 
  • CAD 400 Community Youth Development 
  • CAD 430 Experiential and Activity Based Learning Seminar 
  • CAD 431 Experiential and Activity Based Learning Practice 
  • CAD 650 Child Advocacy 

Counseling

  • COUN 280/H ED 280 Empowering Poor Families 
  • COUN 325 Selected Problems in Counseling 
  • COUN 605 Peer Counseling Skills Seminar 
  • COUN 606 Introduction to Peer Counseling Skills 
  • COUN 607 Advanced Peer Counseling Seminar 
  • COUN 608 Advanced Peer Education Internship 
  • COUN 699 Independent Study 
  • COUN 705 Practicum and Internship 
  • COUN 706 Counseling Process 
  • COUN 735 Advanced Practicum and Internship 
  • COUN 736 Advanced Counseling Process 
  • COUN 891 Case Studies & Internship Seminar 
  • COUN 892 Culminating Experience for Counselors

Health Education

  • H ED 280/COUN 280 Empowering Poor Families to Graduate Out of Poverty 
  • H ED 455 Community Organizing & Community Building for Health 
  • H ED 671 Practice of Peer Health Education 
  • H ED 821 Public Health Profession Practice 
  • H ED 822 Advanced Public Health Profession Practice 

Human Sexuality Studies

  • SXS 794 Community Service Learning in Sexuality Studies 

Kinesiology

  • KIN 620 Advanced Practicum in Kinesiology 
  • KIN 696 Kinesiology Community-Based Internship 
  • KIN 699 Independentl Study 

Nursing

  • NURS 721 Program Planning and Financial Management in Nursing 

Recreation, Parks, and Tourism

  • RPT 165 Nature Sampler Field Study and Service 
  • RPT 350 Facilitating Wellness Through Leisure
  • RPT 410 Therapeutic and Inclusive Recreation 
  • RPT 470 Care Break: Alternative Spring Break Service 
  • RPT 570 Developing and Managing Resources in Nonprofit Agencies 
  • RPT 640/ENVS 640 Recreation Use of National Parks and Protective Areas 
  • RPT 690 Internship in RPT
  • RPT 699 Independent Study 

Social Work

  • SW 450 Introduction to Research in Social Work 

Sociology

  • SOC 410/RRS 410 Grassroots Organizing for Change in Communities of Color
  • SOC 424/PLSI/IR 424 Social Movements 
  • SOC 452/CJ 470 Juvenile Justice 
  • SOC 501 Internship: Applied Sociology 
  • SOC 502 Internship Seminar: Applied Sociology 
  • SOC 580/LTNS 580/RRS 580 Educational Equity 

Public Affairs & Civic Engagement, School of 

Environmental Studies

  • ENVS 460 Energy Justice and Sustainability
  • ENVS 640/RPT 640 Recreation Use of National Parks and Protective Areas 
  • ENVS 680 Environmental Studies Internship 

Criminal Justice

  • C J 435/LTNS 430/CJ 435 Race, Crime, and Justice 
  • C J 470/SOC 452 Juvenile Justice 
  • C J 485/LTNS 485 Latina/o Youth, Crime, and Justice 
  • C J 501 Criminal Law 
  • C J 550 School Violence
  • C J 680 Field Course in Criminal Justice 
  • C J 699 Independent Study 

Public Administration

  • PA 727 Program and Service Delivery 
  • PA 745 Perspectives on NonProfit Management 
  • PA 746 Organizational Learning and Nonprofit Management 
  • PA 803 Public Affairs Internship 

Urban Studies

  • USP 485/PLSI 475 San Francisco Political Issues 
  • USP 560/PLSI 560 Urban Poverty and Policy 
  • USP 603/ PLSI 603 Public Service Internships 
  • USP 604/ PLSI 604 Internship Seminar 
  • USP 680 Senior Seminar 

Liberal & Creative Arts, College of

Anthropology

  • ANTH 595/CINE 595 Visual Anthropology 1 
  • ANTH 596/CINE 596 Visual Anthropology II 
  • ANTH 699 Independent Study 

Broadcast & Electronic Communications Arts

  • BECA 415 Advanced Television Production Workshop 
  • BECA 580 Media in Community Service 
  • BECA 647 Advanced Video Production 

Cinema

  • CINE 595/ANTH 595 Visual Anthropology I 
  • CINE 596/ANTH 596 Visual Anthropology II 

Communication Studies

  • COMM 557/ LS 403 Performance and Pedagogy of the Oppressed for Educators 

Creative Writing

  • CW 675/CW 875 Community Projects in Literature 

Dance

  • DANC 300 Dance Organizational Strategies and Field Topics  
  • DANC 340 Creative Process in Dance for Children  
  • DANC 399 University Dance Theatre  
  • DANC 461 Advanced Choreography Performance & Production  
  • DANC 560 Supervised Experience in Dance Education  
  • DANC 699 Special Study  

Design, School of

  • DES 324GW Research and Writing for Design
  • DES 330 Industrial Design Outreach (iDo) 
  • DES 505 Research and Development Laboratory 
  • DES 575 Laboratory Practices 
  • DES 576 Practical Experience: Internship 
  • DES 627 Advanced Projects in Visual Communication Design 
  • DES 852 Directed Experience in Design and Industry 
  • DES 899 Independent Study 

English

  • ENG 114 First Year Composition
  • ENG 214 Second Year Written Composition: English 
  • ENG 417 Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent 
  • ENG 419 Advanced Composition for Teachers 
  • ENG 425 Language in Context 

Technical and Professional Writing

  • TPW 490 Grantwriting
  • TPW 600 Individual & Team Writing 

French

  • FR 450 Translating Themes: English/French 

History

  • HIST 681/LS 681 Community Service Learning in the Schools 

International Relations

  • IR 424 Social Movements

Humanities & Liberal Studies, School of

  • LS 300 Perspectives on Liberal Studies 
  • LS 403/COMM 557 Performance and Pedagogy of the Oppressed for Educators 
  • LS 460 Childhood, Nature and Society 
  • LS 681 Community Service in the Schools 

Jewish Studies

  • JS 350 Jewish Social Responsibility 
  • JS 600 Internship 
  • JS 800 Internship 

Journalism

  • JOUR 536/LTNS 536 Latina/o Journalism 

Museum Studies

  • MS 710 Museum Education and School Outreach 

Philosophy

  • PHIL 383 Ethics in Medicine 

Political Science

  • PLSI 408/LTNS 670 Mexican Politics and Society 
  • PLSI 424/SOC 424/IR 424 Social Movements 
  • PLSI 462 Applied Public Opinion Research 
  • PLSI 463 The Politics of Immigration in the United States
  • PLSI 473 California Politics and Government 
  • PLSI 475/USP 485 San Francisco Political Issues 
  • PLSI 560/USP 560 Urban Poverty and Policy 
  • PLSI 603/USP 603 Public Service Internships 
  • PLSI 604/USP 604 Internship Seminar 

Women & Gender Studies

  • WGS 571/ WGS 771 Women, Poverty, and Globalization 
  • WGS 602/ WGS 802 Feminist Cultural Activism 
  • WGS 698 Work Study in Feminist Projects 
  • WGS 798 Feminist Internship: Gender and Nonprofit Industrial Complex 

Science & Engineering, College of

Earth & Climate Sciences

  • ERTH 642/GEOG 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration

Geography & Environment

  • GEOG 642/ERTH 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration
  • GEOG 688 Geographic Internship

Engineering

  • ENGR 220 Energy: Resources, Alternatives, and Conservation 

Mathematics

  • MATH 314 Math Circle Seminar 

Psychology

  • PSY 200 General Psychology 
  • PSY 525 Community Psychology 
  • PSY 558 Field Service Seminar 
  • PSY 559 Psychological Field Service 
  • PSY 699 Independent Study in Psychology 

List updated: 3.7.18