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MACE501 The Practice of Community Engaged Scholarship Course Page

Description: An introduction to the conceptual foundations of the practice of community - engaged research and evaluation, with application across diverse disciplines and forms of engagement (e.g., health care, community development, government). A required course for students in the Master of Arts in Community Engagement program; others interested must seek consent of the instructor.

MACE502 Theoretical Foundations of the Scholarship of Engagement Course Page

Description: An examination of the theoretical foundations that have shaped the study of community engagement. Students will explore this through a broad spectrum of disciplines and themes. A required course for students in the Master of Arts in Community Engagement program; others interested must seek consent of the instructor.

MACE503 Methods of Community Based Research Course Page

Description: An introduction to research which broadly includes quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. Research design, formulating research questions, selecting appropriate methods, sampling, data analysis and knowledge mobilization will be included. This course is designed as a seminar, while some classes will be structured, the intent is for participants to learn from each other's experiences and research examples.

MACE597 Topics in Community Engagement Course Page

Description: This course will address current issues in community engagement. A variety of topic areas may be offered. Course title is variable and the course may be repeated.

MACE598 Directed Study in Community Engagement Course Page

Description: In collaboration with a faculty member, the student will propose a course of study to be undertaken. Course may be repeated.