Student Empowerment and Activism

IIEDUC310

This interdisciplinary course traces roots and growth of student activism on local and national levels. It examines youth empowerment within the United States since 1960 using the disciplines of History and Political Science. Emphasis given to addressing how student activism in previous decades compares to 21st-century American student activism. Prerequisites: 24 credits in ISP, including ITW and IQL. Fall, Spring.