Community Engaged Course (CEC)

Community Engaged Course are approved credit-bearing courses that integrate community engagement into the course design. Students will receive credit units for courses that they have completed satisfactorily.

These courses allow students to fulfil their Community Engagement (CE) experiential graduation requirement, and students are encouraged to apply what they have learnt to continue to serve the community.

Click here to learn more: NIE301 Learning with Communities

5 cu

Social marketing uses commercial marketing concepts and techniques to influence the behaviour of a specific target audience with the intent of achieving positive societal impact. The course incorporates a combination of in-class activities, discussions, and field observations, allowing students to learn how to apply appropriate social marketing concepts, tools and strategies to adequately address different social issues.

Offered by the Marketing programme in SUSS School of Business, MKT367 is packaged – in partnership with OSL – as a Community Engaged Course. Students can fulfil the CE experiential graduation requirement upon satisfactory completion of this course.

5 cu

The course provides an alternative approach to crime prevention, crime control and conflict resolution. It highlights the principles of restorative justice and its effectiveness in the management of offenders. By examining the practices of restorative justice globally, this course will provide options to manage crime or conflict by involving all affected stakeholders and community partners to come together and seek resolution to the harm caused by the perpetrator. Restorative justice provides an opportunity for the perpetrator to repair the harm done to the victim and strengthen relationships with the affected stakeholders. By providing an alternative model to conflict resolution, students will be able to consider the possibilities of adapting restorative justice, its principles and practices in working with offenders, partners and other stakeholders.

Offered by the Public Safety and Security programme at SUSS School of Humanities & Behavioural Sciences, PSI313 is packaged – in partnership with OSL – as a Community Engaged Course. Students can fulfil the CE experiential graduation requirement upon satisfactory completion of this course.


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