Community Leadership (CMLD)
CMLD 101. Intro to Community Leadership. 3 Credits.
This course provides an introduction to community leadership concepts, focusing on the dynamics of civic engagement, and understanding the role and function of governmental and not-for-profit organizations in a community. Formerly CMSV 101.
CMLD 260. Fndtns of Non Profit Service. 3 Credits.
This course provides a theoretical and historical base to non profit service and the organizational structure of non profit services in rural areas. The course emphasizes the development of skills related to service in non profit agencies and community building, and explores the dynamics of professional careers in non profit agencies. Formerly CMSV 260.
CMLD 292. Independent Study. 12 Credits.
CMLD 301. Concepts in Comm Leadership. 3 Credits.
This course provides an overview of social and philosophical concepts that inform leaders in community development, human services and related professionl services to the community. Prerequisites: WRIT 101, CMLD 260 or permission of the instructor. Formerly CMSV 301.
CMLD 355. Assmnt & Dsgn Comm Programs. 3 Credits.
This course focuses on skills and techniques related to analyzing need and proposing changes to existing or potential community-based programs. The course content introduces concepts related to analysis, integrates application of assessment techniques and use of planning tools in order to understand and assess program needs, resulting in a program development proposal. Pre-requisite: CMLD 260 or permission of the instructor. Formerly CMSV 355.
CMLD 360. Eval of Comm-Based Programs. 3 Credits.
This course provides an overview of key concepts and skills related to evaluation process and outcomes of public sector and non-profit program. Topics focus on common qualitative and quantitative methods for data collection, work plans and timelines, budgets, and other practical issues related to both formative and summative evaluation. Pre-requisite: Junior standing or permission of the instructor; CMSV 355. Formerly CMSV 360.
CMLD 392. Independent Study. 1-12 Credits.
CMLD 401. Seminar in Comm Leadership. 3 Credits.
As the capstone course for community leadership majors, this course focuses on preparation to enter the career field and provides practice in applying analytical and synthesis abilities to the professional, ethical, economic, cultural, and social issues in community leadership professions. Pre-requisite: Junior standing and completion of at least 6 credits in upper-division CMSV courses. Formerly CMSV 401.
CMLD 492. Independent Studey. 1-12 Credits.
CMLD 498. Cooperative Education. 1-12 Credits.