Service learning is a year-long course in which students provide services for non-profit organizations while receiving real-world experience. The skills gained from Mathematics, Computer Science and Computer Information Systems education are applied to fulfill community needs. The class is run as a business. There is a company budget to support two to three projects. Students are assigned corporate tasks as well as project tasks. Students meet collectively for one to two hours a week. This class time is used for technical presentations, team meetings, and giving and listening to progress reports. Students also spend three to five hours a week apart from class time meeting with clients, researching and planning projects, implementing project plans, writing reflections, and completing peer evaluations.

Learn about past Service Learning Projects with the MICS department.

2014-2015 Projects

2013-2014 Projects

2012-2013 Projects

2011-2012 Projects

2010-2011 Projects

2009-2010 Projects

2008-2009 Projects

2007-2008 Projects