Arts, Leadership & Community

A two semester learning community

  • Explore the role of the arts in effective social, political, and environmental advocacy
  • Channel your creativity to change the collective consciousness
  • Be successful taking 15 credit hours per semester
  • Complete most or all of your General Education requirements
  • Have great instructors
  • Access to peer advisors, students success advocates, a librarian and an advisor
  • Get a certificate on your transcript

4 easy steps to plan all your classes for the semester!

FALL 2019

1. Sign up for the Arts, Leadership & Community Learning Community UGS 2220-001 (FF) T,H 3:40-5:00 PM (Class #1070)

2. Select one HF course from this list

ARTH 2500 Intro to Art History (3)
CL CV 1550 Classical Mythology (3)
COMM 1270 Analysis of Argument (3)
ETHNC 2510 Diversity Scholars (3) (an option for students accepted into the Diversity Scholars Program – can only count for 1 attached course per semester)

3. Select one BF course from this list

GNDR 1100 Gender & Social Change (3)
PSY 1010 General Psychology (3)
COMM 2110 Intro to Interper. Comm. (3)
ETHNC 2510 Diversity Scholars (3) (an option for students accepted into the Diversity Scholars Program – can only count for 1 attached course per semester)

4. Pick 2 more classes of your choice for a total of 15 credits (we recommend math and writing)

SPRING 2020

1. Sign up for the Arts & Advocacy Learning Community UGS 2225-001 (FF) Tu/Th 3:40-5:00 PM Class #9645

2. Select ANY Physical/Life Science (SF) course


GEO 1000 Science in Cinema (3)
ATMOS 1020 Climate Change (3)


3. Select ANY Behavioral Science (BF) OR Humanities ((HF) OR Physical Life Science (SF) or Applied Science (AS) course



(BF) GNDR 1100 Gender & Social Change (3)
(BF) PSY 1010 General Psychology (4)
(HF) ARTH 2500 Intro Art History (3)
(SF) BIOL 1010 Biology in 21st Century (3)
(AS) ANTH 2220 Intro Forensic Anthropology (3)
(AS) ENTP 1020 Entrepreneurship & Sci. Method (3)



4. Pick 2 more classes of your choice for a total of 15 credits



We recommend completing math, writing or history if you still need those. If you are only needing a one credit hour class, you should check out UGS 1050.

 

 

Have specific questions about the BlockU Program? Email us at blocku@utah.edu

Have questions about how BlockU fits with your intended course of study? Schedule an appointment with the Academic Advising Center at 801-581-8146.

 

 

 


Librarian: Greg Hatch & Luke Leither
greg.hatch@utah.edu, luke.leither@utah.edu

Student Success Advocate: Sifa Tonga
siosifa.tonga@utah.edu

Peer Advisor: Alex Renola
u1148724@utah.edu

 

Fall Syllabi

UGS 2220-001

FILM 2100-002

CL CV 1550

EAS 1600