Would you like to see how what you learn in class actually works in the real world? Would you like to develop skills that will be useful to your major and future career?
Then, fulfill a University General Education requirement spring term by enrolling in one of six Bridging Jax courses. Each will meet individually two-thirds of the time; all the classes will meet on occasion to hear from an important community member, to see a film, or to see student projects. Students earn 3 hours of social science credit.
Bridging Jax focuses on issues of inequality, crime, and the environment. The course pedagogy: reflective judgment, problem-based learning with an extended community based component.
Bridging Jax courses are offered in spring semesters.
These courses will emphasize the General Education outcomes: Know the World, Think Critically, and Respect Others. In particular:
Contact Dr. A. Samuel Kimball, Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and Professor of English Phone: (904) 620-2560
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