Prerequisite: At least three credit hours of prior coursework in AMST.
This is a blended learning course covering topics related to social activism and popular culture both online and in the classroom. It is the first semester of the College of Arts and Humanities Social Innovation Scholars program taken in the spring, in which they will learn about social innovation and the public discourse and be paired with a mentor from a non-profit organization. There is also a summer internship and a fall course in which they will implement their innovation. Participation is by application and permission only. To enroll, students must contact the ARHU advising office in 1120 Francis Scott Key, x5-2108. AMST majors are eligible for ARHU439J only.