Fall ’24 Class List

Put your learning into action.

We are excited to announce ~40 SL/CE courses for Fall 2024.
Build career skills, support our community, and do something real!

Course numbers and names are listed below, followed by their section number (when applicable).

Arts & Communication

  • ARTS     U207     SL: Printmaking I
  • JOUR U428 SL: Public Relations Campaigns
  • SPCH U201 SE: Foundations in Oral Communication (10 & 14)

Behavioral Sciences

  • CAST     U499     CE: Child Advocacy Internship
  • PSYC     U499     CE: Psychology Internship
  • WGST U101 SL: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies (01M)


  • MGMT  U475     CE: Advanced Operations Management
  • MKTG   U352     SL: Marketing Communications
  • MKTG U458 SL: Marketing Management


  • EDSC U398 SL: Topics in Secondary Education: Call Me Mister
  • EXSC U459 SL: Sport Nutrition


  • ENGL U398 SL: Be the Change (01)
  • ENGL     U453     SL: Development of English
  • GERM U101 CE: Introductory German I
  • SPAN U311 SL: Introduction to Translation
  • SPAN U316 SL: Advanced Interpreting
  • SPCH U201 SE: Foundations in Oral Communications (10 & 14)

Interdisciplinary Studies

  • IDST      U110 CE: Community Engagement


  • NURS    U306    SE: Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • NURS    U325    SL: Evidence-based Practice
  • NURS    U445    SL: Child Heath Nursing
  • NURS    U461     SL: Community & Public Health Nursing
  • NURS    U462     SL: Community & Public Health Nursing, RN-BSN (1RN)
  • NURS U703 CE: Cultural Perspectives in Healthcare


  • BIOL      U110     SE: General Biology (01M)


  • UNIV U101 SE: The Student in the University
    (Sections 01, 11, 14, 17M, 19, 22, & 27)

—– Key to Acronyms —–

CE = Community Engaged
SE = Service Engaged
SL = Service Learning

Compare SL, SE, & CE

Research demonstrates that SL/CE courses yield high benefits for students including better graduation rates, higher GPAs, and increased satisfaction with college – all while building specific career readiness skills like critical thinking, leadership, professionalism and self-and career management.

The benefits don’t stop there! Instructors report that SL/CE courses result in more engaged students, increased satisfaction, and unique scholarship opportunities. As mentioned during last semester’s SL/CE announcement, Upstate is increasingly recognizing SL/CE activities in the evaluation, promotion, and tenure processes for faculty.

The above list of SL/CE designated courses is a work-in-progress. If you are teaching a class that should be on the list but is not, please contact Dave Marlow at marlowd@uscupstate.edu. We are excited to support the increasing numbers of unique SL/CE courses here at Upstate. Tracking SL/CE activity is paramount in order for us to reward faculty who invest in this valuable pedagogy and so that we can demonstrate that SL/CE impacts Upstate in positive and beneficial ways.

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