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  • Business Certificate | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Certificates Certificates Business Certificate The Certificate in Business program presents an exciting opportunity for Wisconsin college students to deepen their understanding of the world of business in the modern political social and economic environment The program introduces freshman sophomore college students to business theory and practice Students take a diverse set of courses which help students to broaden their perspectives and gain a good awareness and comprehension of the business world Students may use the Certificate in Business program to Bundle their electives effectively and beneficially within the Associate of Arts and Science degree Lead to a specialization or support a business major as they pursue a bachelor s degree Highlight on their resume of educational achievements Required Courses 26 credits BUS 101 or BUS 110 or BUS 21O 3 cr BUS 201 4 cr BUS 202 or BUS 204 3 cr BUS 230 highly recommended for Business majors or CPS 106 CPS 107 AND CPS 108 3 cr ECO 203 3 cr ECO 204 3 cr ECO 243 highly recommended for Business majors or MAT 117 3 cr MAT 210 or MAT 211 or higher 4 cr A minimum grade of C or better is required for all credit

    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/catalog/degrees/certificates/business-certificate (2016-02-16)
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  • Legal Studies Certificate Program | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    arts education Legal Studies investigates the many ways in which law is connected to other disciplines and it examines the law from political social cultural philosophical historical and other disciplinary viewpoints The mission of the Legal Studies Certificate Program is to inspire students to think critically about the law and its place in society Overall Legal Studies faculty and students grapple with profound policy questions within the framework of legal philosophies and theories of justice At its core Legal Studies explores questions about law from many perspectives Thus it is not meant to be professional training in the way that law school is However Legal Studies is an appropriate certificate program for pre law students and for students interested in criminal justice as it encourages students to study the evolution function and effects of the law Legal Studies should be attractive to anyone who will need legal knowledge to be more effective in his or her career The Legal Studies certificate will give students a focus on issues concerning the law within multiple academic disciplines It can give cohesion to a student s electives within the AAS degree lead students to a specialization in the area of legal studies or prepare them for a legal studies or pre law major or minor at other UW institutions Requirements The Legal Studies Certificate requires a minimum of 15 credits In each course that is applied toward the certificate a student must earn a grade of C or better Up to three credits may be transferred from institutions outside of the UW Colleges Courses Credits for the Certificate must include the following Core courses 6 credits POL 104 American Government and Politics POL 120 Politics of Crime and Punishment Elective courses 9 credits at least 3 credits must be from a discipline other

    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/catalog/degrees/certificates/legal-studies-certificate-program (2016-02-16)
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  • Women's Studies Certificate Program | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    to include coursework internships and service learning as well as preparation for further education Women s Studies provides students with important background preparation for settings such as counseling business communications public and community service advocacy work work for non profit organizations public health and law and futures in domestic abuse or welfare rights advocacy family counseling sexual assault counseling health care human resources and public relations The credit certificate program consists of a cluster of credit courses that are part of the regular curriculum offered at a UW Colleges campus The Women s Studies certificate will give students a focus on issues concerning women and gender within a variety of academic disciplines It can give cohesion to a student s electives within the Associate of Arts and Science degree lead students to a specialization in the area of women s studies or prepare them for a major or a minor in Women s Studies at other UW institutions Requirements The Women s Studies Certificate requires a minimum of 15 credits earned with a grade of C or better Up to three credits can be transferred from institutions outside the UW Colleges Courses Credits for the Certificate must include the following GSW 101 An Introduction to Women s Studies or GSW 102 Women s Voices Women s Lives A combination of 12 additional credits from the cross listed courses offered in the Women s Studies Program with at least one course from each of the following categories Humanities and Fine Arts at least one course from this category GSW 202 Feminist Philosophy PHI 202 GSW 203 Women in Popular Culture GSW 247 Latin American and Latina Women SPA 247 GSW 279 Women in Literature ENG 279 GSW 295 Women in the Arts ART 290 Social Sciences GSW 205 Women Religion and

    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/catalog/degrees/certificates/wom-stud (2016-02-16)
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