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  • Clinical Exercise Physiology | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    or rehabilitation center where they will put into practice the concepts learned in the classroom Full time students can complete their degree in 12 16 months depending on options Part time students will finish in three years Classes are scheduled in the evenings to accommodate working professionals Tuition is the same for all students regardless of residency Entire program tuition is 16 500 as of 2015 Scores from a graduate record exam GRE are not required for admission Graduation rate is 83 and 90 of graduates are employed in their field within six months of program completion Degree Requirements Total credits to degree 34 BIOL 700 Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr EXSS 701 Advanced Physiology of Exercise 3 cr EXSS 705 Nutrition in Health Human Performance 3 cr BIOL 710 Medical Pharmacology 3 cr EXSS 715 Statistics and Research Methods in Health and Human Performance 3 cr EXSS 720 Clinical Patient Behavior Change 3 cr EXSS 745 Physical Activity and Chronic Disease 3 cr EXSS 755 ECG Analysis Graded Exercise Testing 3 cr EXSS 785 Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation 3 cr EXSS 799 Thesis 3 cr and EXSS 774 Clinical Internship 3 6 cr or Capstone Experience and EXSS 774 Clinical Internship 6 cr Back to top Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution An overall undergraduate grade point average of at least 3 00 on a 4 00 scale or an average of at least 3 00 in the last half of all undergraduate work or an average of at least 3 00 for no less than 12 semester credits of graduate study at another accredited graduate school Completed application received with 56 processing fee see Application Process Scores from a Graduate Record Exam GRE are not required Prerequisites For applicants with a bachelor s degree in

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  • Common Spot Training- | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Links Logging In and Retrieving Pages Methods of Resizing and Compressing Images Moving A Page To A different Child Subsite Navigating and Locating content in the CMS Prefooter Instructions Reports Tools and Quick Find Training Pages Student Training Practice Subsite Alan s Ninth Page Adam s First Page Conan s Page Erika s First Page Falcon test Hailey s Page Hali s first page Laura s First Page Ling s Practice page Michelle s Test Page Mikes Second Page Molly s First Page New Page Practice Oh fun Shelby s First Page Tasias Page Textbook Services Test Vanessa s Archery Page Vanessa s First Page Vanessa s Sheep Page maggiepage93 Common Spot Training Welcome to CMS Training This site has been developed as a tool for training and as a reference guide It includes instructions and screen shots showing various tasks associated with maintaining your web pages Open Lab Hours Visit us if you want one on one help using the CMS or with organizing site content Every Wednesday 3 00 4 00 pm Every Thursday 10 00 11 00 am Davee Library Room 163 Check in at the DoTS service center in the basement of the library Special Open Labs At special open lab sessions a member of the DoTS team or University Communications and Marketing will present a web development topic 2015 16 Spring semester special open lab sessions will occur in the Davee Library 101 or 164 on the following dates Tuesday Jan 19 3 4 pm DL 164 Thursday Feb 4 11 am Noon DL 101 Tuesday Feb 16 2 3 pm DL 164 Thursday March 3 10 11 am DL 101 Tuesday March 22 2 3 pm DL 164 Thursday April 7 10 11 am DL 101 Tuesday April 19 2 3 pm DL 164

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  • Coaching Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Degree Requirements Degree Requirements College Requirements College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies University Requirements General Education Requirements General Education Requirements 05 06 13 14 Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Coaching Minor Minor Requirements Teacher Education 23 5 total credits Liberal Arts 26 5 total credits Required Courses Teacher Education 17 5 credit hours Liberal Arts 20 5 credit hours EXSS 465 Scientific Principles of Conditioning 3 cr HEAL 262 Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 cr Teacher education or HEAL 263 and HEAL 366 Liberal Arts P ED 213 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury 2 cr P ED 354 Biomechanics 3 cr P ED 363 Psychology of Coaching 3 cr P ED 472 Coaching Practicum 3 cr SFED 200 First Aid and Basic Life Support 5 cr Coaching Theory Classes 5 cr hrs Required to take at least two coaching theory classes P ED 356 Tennis Coaching 2 cr P ED 358 Track Coaching 2 cr P ED 359 Volleyball Coaching 2 cr P ED 365 Football Coaching 2 cr P ED 366 Swimming Coaching 2 cr P ED 367 Basketball Coaching 2 cr P ED 368 Ice Hockey Coaching 2 cr P ED 369 Baseball Softball Coaching 2 cr Students may satisfy this 6 cr requirement by choosing a maximum of 2 cr from the following or taking an additional coaching theory class P ED 166 Football Officiating 1 cr P ED 167 Basketball Officiating 1 cr P ED 270 Athletic Training Practicum 2 cr P ED 351

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  • Commencement Information | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Registrar Commencement Information Commencement Information Application for Graduation Attire and Announcements Commencement Participation Policy Countdown To Commencement Degrees and Diplomas Graduation Honors Photography and Video Tickets and Special Needs Travel Information Social Media Downloads Commencement Information Spring 2016 Commencement The Spring 2016 commencement ceremony will be Sunday May 15 2016 at the River Falls High School The final decision on times will be made by mid February We are sorry for the inconvenience Fall 2015 commencement Video Archive Social Media On Twitter follow the uwrf15 hashtag Tag your commencement photos with uwrf15 on Instagram Download a UWRF commencement Facebook Cover Photo and or Twitter Header Image Graduation Commencement Check List for Students Fall 2015 Graduation Lists Fall J Term 2015 16 Fall 2015 Commencement Live Video Stream Contact Us Registrar s Office registrar

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  • Communication and Media Studies | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Communication Media Studies Communication Media Studies Communication Studies Advising and Support Communication Studies Degree Requirements Independent Study Internship Details Journalism Advising and Support Independent Study Internship Instructions Journalism Degree Requirements About Us Department News Mission Alumni Center Alumni Updates Featured Alumni and Events Authors and Award Winners Homecoming Reunion UWRF Distinguished Alumni WRFW Photo Gallery Giving Keep in Touch Events Awards Reception Working Journalists Seminar Series Faculty and Staff Opportunities Contests and Competitions Jobs and Internships Scholarships Travel Workshops Student Media About Us Welcome to the Department of Communication and Media Studies at the University of Wisconsin River Falls The Department of Communication and Media Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences is dedicated to providing quality instruction for students seeking careers in Print Media Broadcast Media Our Mission The mission of the Communication and Media Studies department is to Why Communication Studies Why Journalism Our degree program an undergraduate degree in journalism is designed to prepare students to work in a converged media setting Journalism Major degree plan Journalism s academic program is grounded in the liberal arts curriculum of UWRF s College of Arts and Sciences placing the study of journalism within diverse cultural contexts Our commitment to diversity is strong we welcome and support diversity in all its forms Faculty and staff value a climate that is open and accepting and make every effort to provide students with a learning environment that is free of harassment and discrimination Our facilities consist of a student operated radio station WRFW FM and newspaper The Student Voice All are located on the third floor of North Hall An entrance ramp and elevator provide accessibility Welcome Our undergraduate degree program is designed to prepare students to work in a converged media

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  • Communication Sciences and Disorders | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Sciences and Disorders Mission Statement NSSLHA Undergraduate Program Undergraduate Program Assessment Communication Science and Disorders Major Communication Science and Disorders Minor CEPS Home Graduate Program Master of Science Degree Graduate Program Assessment CEPS Home Speech Language and Hearing Clinic Facilities Tour Faculty Student Outcome Data CEPS Home Communication Sciences and Disorders Welcome to the Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Wisconsin River Falls We appreciate your interest in our programs Our department offers the following degree options Undergraduate Bachelor of Science Secondary Education Bachelor of Science Liberal Arts Graduate Master of Science The department houses a state of the art Speech Language Hearing Clinic that serves residents of the Greater St Croix Valley Eastern Twin City Metropolitan Area and western Wisconsin Our clinical externship program includes 31 medical rehabilitation sites and 24 public school sites Students can choose practicum sites in rural suburban or urban settings The Master s MS education program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at University Wisconsin River Falls is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology of the American Speech Language Hearing Association 2200

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  • Communication Sciences and Disorders | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    agencies and long term care facilities Program Curriculum Students complete required and elective courses and clinical experience for a total of 54 credits Master of Science Degree Requirements Total credits to degree 54 Required Specialization Courses 36 credits CSD 715 Research Methods in Communicative Disorders 3 credits CSD 716 Anatomy and Physiology of the Central Nervous System 2 credits CSD 717 Cognitive Disorders in Adults 3 credits CSD 720 Voice and Resonance Disorders 3 credits CSD 730 Audiology II 3 credits CSD 737 Auditory Processing and Auditory Processing Disorder 2 credits CSD 750 Dysphagia 3 credits CSD 762 Developmental Language Disorders 3 credits CSD 764 Augmentative Alternative Communication Systems 3 credits CSD 765 Aphasia 3 credits CSD 767 Communicative Replacements for Challenging Behaviors 2 credits CSD 770 Articulation Phonology and Fluency Disorders 2 credits CSD 771 Audiology Practicum 1 one credit CSD 772 Audiology Practicum 2 one credit CSD 787 Counseling and Multicultural Issues in Communicative Disorders 2 credits Elective Courses 0 8 credits CSD 798 Independent Research 1 4 credits CSD 799 Thesis 1 4 credits Required Clinical Experience 18 credits CSD 579 Clinical Experience Internship 6 credits CSD 773 Practicum in the School 0 or 6 credits CSD 774 Practicum in Rehabilitation Facilities 6 or 12 credits Students must choose one of the following plan options Plan A A minimum of 54 semester credits of graduate work including a master s thesis for which a students may receive up to four graduate credits for research in area of specialization Final oral exam Plan B A minimum of 54 semester credits of graduate work including a paper project approved by the program director Final oral exam Plan C A minimum of 54 semester credits of graduate work A written comprehensive exam and final oral exam Admission Requirements Requirements for admission include A completed application A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and A major in Communication Sciences and Disorders or demonstration of prerequisite coursework taken as described here Required Prerequisites Language Development Anatomy Physiology of the Speech System and Auditory System Phonetics Speech Science including the physics of sound and acoustic characteristics of speech Audiology including hearing measurement and hearing disorders Aural Rehabilitation Preferred Prerequisites Articulation Phonological Disorders Fluency Disorders Child Language Disorders Voice and Resonance Disorders Application Process Fall 2016 Application cycle begins September 17 2015 Apply for graduate school at UW River Falls by using the online application at https apply wisconsin edu and pay the processing fee before January 1 Do not submit any additional application materials directly to UWRF or the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Complete an application and submit additional application materials through the Communication Science and Disorders Centralized Application Services CSDCAS at https csdcas liaisoncas com applicant ux login Follow instructions on the CSDCAS web site to submit these additional admission materials Three letters of recommendation from CSD professors instructors or clinical supervisors Additional letters may also be submitted A personal statement that includes Brief personal background information your motivation for

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  • Volunteer | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Student Involvement Volunteer Volunteer Give Gain Events Give Gain Videos KINDRF

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