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Skill Building Courses

Beyond the general course map, in subsequent years Roosevelt scholars are encouraged to further develop their analytical and reasoning abilities, research and writing aptitudes, public speaking skills, and to engage in structured experiential learning (when practical) and advocacy.

A list of skill building courses follows.  Students may want to incorporate a few of these as schedules allow. Courses with asterisks are included in "major maps" and certificate requirements.

Please consult your catalog requirements or confirm with your academic advisor to ensure that your choices fit with your four year graduation plan.

  • ANTHC 303.50/COMHE 400.50/SOC 235/URBS 403.95 Introduction to Community Organizing
  • COMHE330 Introduction to Epidemiology*
  • ECO 221 Economic Statistics*
  • GTECH 709 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • HR 200 Introduction to Human Rights*
  • HR 260 Human Rights Internship Seminar (declared HR minors)*
  • MEDP 377 Neighborhood News
  • PHILO 200.95 Reason & Argument
  • PSYCH 248 Statistical Methods in Psychological Research*
  • POLSC 222 Internship Seminar in NYC Government
  • POLSC 273.01 Model U.N.
  • POLSC 292.01 Moot Court - Winter Session
  • PUPOL 100 Introduction to Public Policy (declared Public Policy minors)*
  • SOC 240 Introduction to Research Methods*
  • URBS 498.06 Public Service Scholar Seminar (must be accepted to PSSP)
  • WGSP 398 Community Leadership Seminar - Welfare Rights Initiative
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