Service-Learning is a philosophy involving the application of academic skills to solve real-life needs in the community, in collaboration with community partners. Find a course below then contact your advisor to get started.

Courses

Foods and Nutrition

  1. FDNS 4660 - Foods and Nutrition Education Methods
  2. FDNS 6660 - Foods and Nutrition Education Methods
  3. FDNS 5710S - Study Tour in Foods and Nutrition

Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics

  1. FHCE 4235S - Applied Fin Plan
  2. FHCE 4340S - Hous and Communit Dev
  3. FHCE 6340S - Hous and Communit Dev
  4. FHCE 7205S - ASPIRE Practicum
  5. FHCE 7205S - Clin Prac Fin Plan

Human Development and Family Science

  1. HDFS 5910 - Applied Internship in HDFS
  2. HDFS 3700E - Adolescence and Young Adult Survey
  3. HDFS 3700S - Adol and Young Adult

Institute on Human Development and Disability

  1. IHDD 2050S - Principles of Person-Centered Practices
  2. IHDD 4002S - Disabilities Issues in Adulthood
  3. IHDD 4005S - Disability Issues in Childhood and Adolescence
  4. IHDD 5720S - Advocacy Practices for Social Change

Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors

  1. TXMI 3320S - Residential Building Construction and Materials
  2. TXMI 3390S - Design Studio IV: Universal and Sustainable Residential Design

Ready to start?

Contact your advisor to sign up for a course. 

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Visit UGA's Office of Service-Learning.