Raising Young Moral Citizens - 19
CSHD 0143 - 19
How do children develop sense of moral responsibility and commitment to the greater good? Course examines the role of parents, teachers, coaches, and other adults in the moral and social development of children and adolescents. Considers what we can do to develop civically engaged youth who will work for a more just, caring, and equitable society. Tackles pressing issues of racism, poverty, violence, and the environment and examines positive ways youth have begun to respond to these concerns.
This is an in-person course that follows the published schedule of course meetings and requires attendance at all sessions. Tufts courses are designed to provide high-quality and interactive courses to Tufts and visiting students. For more information about course policies and expectations, please visit https://universitycollege.tufts.edu/policies#University-Policies
This section is also open to high school students who are 11th or 12th grade students. High School students who enroll will be prompted to submit an additional application after enrollment including: a high school transcript, letter of recommendation, parental permission, and other required consent forms.
Basic Enrollment Requirements: Unofficial Transcript – Bachelor’s Degree or progress towards a Bachelor’s Degree + 3.0 GPA.
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Remission Eligible: Yes; first day of term; all university policies apply.
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