The Department of Civil Society and Community Studies offers a bachelor of science degree in community and nonprofit leadership and a Ph.D. in human ecology: civil society and community research. The community and nonprofit leadership major prepares its graduates for careers in community and nonprofit settings, graduate school, and post-baccalaureate service-oriented programs. Academic requirements include specialized emphases in human ecology; general studies in humanities, social sciences and natural sciences; and coursework focused on community impact and social change processes. Students may also engage in complementary coursework, undergraduate certificates, or additional undergraduate majors.
Professors Flanagan, Jasper; Associate Professors Bakken, Christens; Assistant Professors Alexander, Gaddis, Horowitz, Sarmiento, Sparks; Faculty Associate Maguire
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