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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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    Community Service Program Courses

337-29500, 337-39500, 337-49500 Community Service   U NLA

    The community service program deals with volunteer work throughout the Ithaca area. Agencies train and orient students to each agency's individual needs. The program is offered on a credit or noncredit basis. A faculty sponsor is needed if credit is desired. The signatures of the chairs of the departments and the deans of the schools involved are also needed to indicate that they have reviewed the project. Variable credit (minimum of 2 credits). (Y)

337-39700, 337-49700 Community Service Internship   U NLA

    Together with a faculty sponsor, students develop an interdisciplinary work-study project that combines an academic core with responsibilities in a professional setting. A design statement must be developed and approved in advance. Application forms and guidelines are available in the office of the dean. Prerequisites: Students should have completed most of a major that prepares them for the work experience. The signatures of the chairs of the departments and the deans of the schools will be needed to indicate that they have reviewed the project. See information on internships, p. 198. Maximum of 12 internship credits may be counted toward a degree. Advance approval by the provost is required for the 7th to 12th credits. Variable credit.

337-29900, 337-39900, 337-49900 Community Service Independent Study   U LA

     Students may register for independent study in areas that have cross-disciplinary aspects or that are not available elsewhere in the College. Those interested should obtain the independent studies application form and guidelines from the office of the dean and develop a project in consultation with a faculty sponsor. Approval of the student's adviser is required. The signatures of the chairs of the departments and the deans of the schools involved will be needed to indicate that they have reviewed the project. Offered on demand only. 1-4 credits.

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