CALL Core Curriculum &
Georgetown Courses

To best complement the students’ work experience and life downtown, the CALL offers a core suite of classes:

  • The CALL Internship Seminar offers students the chance to integrate their internship experience with their personal, academic, and professional goals. 
 
  • The CALL City Seminar allows students to experience the city through discussion/lecture, field trips, and meetings with community groups and leaders.  
 
  • Professional Development Workshops focused on leadership, negotiation, design thinking, professional communications, and failure.
 

The Self Designed Semester

A self-designed semester would include the CALL Core Curriculum along with 1-2 classes being offered downtown.  These courses include classes that could fulfill general education requirements, major electives, or peak one’s interest.  Students work with CALL and Cawley in securing an internship that matches their professional goals.  Students are also invited to networking and mentoring events throughout the semester.

CALL students choose between a self-designed or curated program for their semester downtown.

The Curated CALL Experience 

The CALL offers curated experiences for students interested in pursuing Pre-Law.  and is launching  In addition to an industry specific internship, pre-selected courses that enhance their internship experience, and specialized professional development workshops, the curated semester offers events and networks to deepen one’s expertise. 

The Semester Credit Breakdown

Students take between 12-16 credits at the CALL

Internship + Individual  & Organizational Reflection

4 CREDITS

Part-time Internship (15 hours/week) + Internship Seminar

Coursework tailored to your work in downtown DC

3-6 CREDITS

Current and future classes include Prisons & Punishment, American Political Systems, Law & Society, and the Public Humanities. These courses work for both self-designed and curated semesters.

Opportunities to build personal and professional skills

1-3 CREDITS

Options include Leadership, Writing as Professionals, Life Experimentation and Life Negotiations

The CALL’s Signature City Seminar

3 CREDITS

The CALL City Seminar featuring site visits, panels, and D.C. exploration of all kinds

Current Courses Options

The CALL Internship Seminar and the CALL City Seminar are required courses for all CALL students; these courses are held on Fridays during the day.  All other courses are scheduled with one’s internship in mind – so either in late afternoons/evenings or on limited day options. 

Fall 2021
Courses

Downtown Georgetown Courses

GOVX 431  I  U.S. Law: Theory & Practice*

Taught by Prof. Andrew Caffey I Thursday 3:30-6:00pm

GOVT 251  I  The First Amendment*

Taught by Prof. Joe Hartman I Monday 11:00 – 1:30 pm

GOVT 219  I Prisons & Punishment*

Taught by Prof. Marc Howard I Tuesday 1:00 – 3:30pm

HIST 099 I Becoming American

Taught by Prof. Molly Thacker I Thursday 11:00 – 1:30pm

INAFF 336 I Writing for the Real World

Taught by Prof. Kelly McFarland I Thursday 2:00 – 4:30pm 

THEO 015 I Film & Religion

Taught by Prof. Bulbul Tiwari I Thursday 5:00-7:30pm

UNXD 253 I Healthy Equity & Policy

Taught by Prof. Dania Palanker I Wednesday 10:00-12:30pm

UNXD 254 I Health Justice Alliance Seminar

Taught by HJA faculty I Wednesday 1:00 – 3:00pm

UNXD 255 I Consulting for Social Impact

Taught by Prof. John Trybus I Wednesday 1:00 – 3:00pm

UNXD 256 I Building a Social Impact Consciousness Seminar

Taught by Prof. Nate Wong I Friday 1:00 – 3:00pm

Professional Development Workshops

UNXD 347  I  Mediation Seminar*

Taught by Prof. Rachel M. Gillers I Wednesday 10/27, 11/3, & 11/10 5:30 – 7:30pm & Sunday 10/24 9:30am – 4:00pm

UNXD 252  I  Speaking Skills for Success

Taught by Prof. Kristie Kenney I Wednesday 4:00 – 6:00pm

UNXD 361  I  Risk Taking & The Experimental Mindset

Taught by Prof. Carrie von Bose I Thursday 5:00-7:00pm (first half of F21 semester)

*Pre-Law Option

Spring 2021
Courses

Downtown Georgetown Courses

GOVX 431  I  U.S. Law: Theory & Practice

Taught by Prof. Andrew Caffey I Thursday 3:30-6:00pm

GOVT 232  I  U.S. Con Law II

Taught by Prof. Joe Hartman I Thursday 12:30 – 3:00 pm

SOCI 192  I  Law & Society

Taught by Prof. Sarah Stiles I Tuesday 3:00 – 5:30pm

HIST 099 I U.S. Mexican Borderland

Taught by Hillar Schwertner

WRIT 428 I Public Writing

Taught by Prof. Matthew Pavesich I Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm

FMST 399 I Social Justice Documentary

Taught by Dr. Bernie Cook I Wednesday 2:00-4:30pm

Professional Development Workshops

UNXD 340  I  Policy & Politics

Taught by Prof. Judy Feder I Wednesday 4:00-6:00pm (second half of semester)

UNXD 347  I  Mediation Seminar*

Taught by Prof. Rachel M. Giller I April 18 9-3pm; April 21, 28 & May 5 5:30-7:30pm 

UNXD 350  I  Life Negotiation

Taught by Prof. Andrew Caffey I Monday 5:00-7:00pm

UNXD 361  I  A Lifetime of Experimentation

Taught by Prof. Carrie von Bose I Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm (first half of Spring 2021 semester)

*Pre-Law Option

Past Courses

Georgetown Courses

ENGL 434  I  Humanities at Work

GOVT 431 I U.S. Law: Theory & Practice*

GOVT 219  I  Prisons and Punishment*

GOVT 232  I  Constitutional Law II*

HIST 099  I Slavery in the American North

PHIL 152  I  Public Policy and Technology

THEO 015  I  Religion and Film

GOVT 020  I  U.S. Political Systems

GOVT 262  I  International Organization

HIST 099  I  Black Internationalism in the United Statesfrom W.E.B. Du Bois to Black Lives Matter

HIST 099 I Tibet

Professional Development Workshops

UNXD 349  I  Design Thinking

UNXD 348  I  Leadership

UNXD 350  I  Life Negotiations

WRT 275  I  Writing in Professional Contexts

UNXD 348 I Leadership Skills

UNXD 347 I Mediation Seminar*

*Pre-Law Semester Option

 

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