Course: POLS 449. The Politics of Community Action (3)
Prerequisite: Upper division standing. Examines the role of community organizing and community action as it translates into social movements and public policy making. Students are required to perform either fieldwork or an internship and to integrate their experiences with literature and research on community organizing, social movements and/or public policy making for their final paper. The course will qualify as an internship to substitute for one of the two proseminars required for the Political Science major.