ASAM 63 Asian American Community Field Study (4)
Lec-17.5, tal, work-180 to 225
Credit, Degree Applicable
Repeat: ASAM 61, 62, 63 combined, maximum credit: 15 units
Community work experience in a project in Asian American Studies subject to the approval and under the supervision of an Asian American Studies instructor.
Offered on occasion
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe the history and function of at least one community based organization which serves the Asian American community, or immigrant communities from Asia or the Pacific including China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Pacific Islands, and India;
- Outcome 2: Identify issues, frame positions and write reports about topics affecting Asian American groups, including immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political situations, cultural traditions, or social conditions;
- Outcome 3: Formulate goals for the project and personal work based learning objectives
- Outcome 4: Identify, organize, plan and allocate resources towards achievement of project goals and learning objectives.
- Outcome 5: Apply Asian American Studies material to the project.
- Outcome 6: Develop and employ a model for on-going self-evaluation and evaluation of the project.
- Outcome 7: Assess the rationale and determine suitability to enter or continue working in Asian American community organizations.