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  • Department of Accounting and Finance | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 College of Business and Economics College of Business and Economics Academic Advising Academic Programs Accounting Business Administration Computer Science and Information Systems Data Science and Predictive Analytics Economics Finance Management Marketing Marketing Professional Sales Military Science and Leadership ROTC Adult Degree Completion Evening Courses Admission Affordability Being Successful Business Administration Major and Flexible Minor Evening and Online Courses Recognition of Prior Learning Transfer Student Information What Students Are Saying In the News FAQ s Assurance of Learning CBE Centers Center For Economic Research Center for Economic Education Center for Innovation and Business Development Center for Sales Excellence Small Business Development Center CBE Policies Faculty Staff Honors and Awards International Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs International Resources Exchange Agreements Internships For Employers For Students Forms Master of Business Administration Application Information Courses and Tuition Foundation Courses International Students and Partnerships Master of Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Prospective Students Student Organizations Upper Level Admission Requirements Vision and Mission Statement Contact Us Department of Accounting and Finance Accounting Accounting measures and communicates business performance information encouraging investment activity creating new jobs and helping the economy to achieve sustainable growth For more information please visit our Accounting Program page Finance Finance deals with the principles of investments and financial management Students who major in finance secure jobs in banking insurance real estate the investment industry financial planning and risk management For more information please visit our Finance Program page Accounting and Finance Department Faculty Charlie Corcoran Finance Department Chair Ali Dalkilic Accounting Dawn Hukai Accounting June

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  • Food Processing Technology Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Animal and Food Science Animal and Food Science Animal Science Companion Animal Animal Science Equine Animal Science Meat Animal Animal Science Vet Tech Dairy Science Career Opportunities Dairy Learning Center Student Involvement CAFES Home Food Processing Technology Minor Pre Veterinary Medicine Program Falcon Foods Store Cheese Ice Cream Meat CAFES Home Dairy Processing Workshops Stabling Facilities Faculty Staff CAFES Home Food Processing Technology Minor The Food Processing Technology minor includes education in both theoretical and practical background in food product processing This minor is especially beneficial for students with majors that focus on production of animals and crops that provide the raw materials for food processing Students will gain greater exposure to applicable food processing techniques and provide a perspective of the ultimate fate of the commodity being processed and how production practices impact the final product Graduates who have both an educational background in basic and applied science with practical hands on experience in manufacturing food products are in very high demand in the industry There are currently more than 1000 food manufacturing processing plants in Wisconsin and more than 2500 food companies in Minnesota Graduates may be employed in positions such as production line supervisors quality control technicians or procurement and sales positions Facilities The faculty and academic staff work closely with students to provide meaningful classroom and hands on experiences The pilot plants include Dairy Manufacturing Fruit and Vegetable Processing and Meat Processing All of the plants are used for education and training of students while the Dairy and Meat plants

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  • Give | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Give Give Impact Your Campus Priorities The Falcon Annual Fund Scholarships College Priorities Ways to Give Give Now Recurring Giving Faculty and Staff Giving Planned Giving Amazon Smile About

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  • Modern Language | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Modern Language Modern Language About Us Contact Us Faculty and Staff Our Mission Alumni Center Alumni On the Job Alumni Update Form Giving Opportunities Academics Events Opportunities Internships Organizations French Club German Club Japanese Anime Manga Club Spanish Club Spanish Professions Association SPA Scholarships Study Abroad Resources Language Lab Online Language Resources Teacher Education Resources Testout Information Modern Language Discover the world Our international faculty and staff are experts in areas of foreign language pedagogy literature linguistics and world cultures past and present We offer Bachelor of Science degrees French German and Spanish Minors French German and Spanish as well as Asian Studies interdisciplinary Beginning and intermediate courses French German Spanish Chinese and Japanese Exciting travel opportunities J Term in Mexico as well as many other study abroad programs Active clubs for each language A terrific multimedia language lab with digital resources for language students high speed Internet connectivity language specific CD ROM software for

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  • General Education Requirements | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Pre Modern World 3 HIST 333 Silk Spices and Silver The Making of the Global Exchange System to 1700 g 3 HIST 336 Traditional East Asia Prehistory 1800 g 3 INTS 200 Introduction to International Studies g 3 MNGT 250 Global Business Society 3 POLS 110 Controversies in Politics 3 POLS 114 American Government and Politics 3 POLS 220 JOUR 220 Introduction to Public Opinion and Political Behavior 3 POLS 245 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 POLS 260 Introduction to International Relations 3 PSYC 101 General Psychology 3 SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 HF Humanities and Fine Arts select two courses Courses taken under both SB and HF designators must be from different disciplinary prefixes ART 100 Introduction to Art 3 ENGL 105 Literature and Human Experience 3 ENGL 106 Literature Introduction to Fiction Poetry and Drama 3 ENGL 107 Heroes in Literature 3 ENGL 108 Power Money and Business in Literature 3 ENGL 215 WGST 215 LGBTQ Literature 3 DANC 100 History Appreciation of Dance 3 HUM 311 Arts and Ideas I 3 HUM 312 Arts and Ideas II 3 MUS 100 Understanding Music 3 MUS 234 Music History and Literature I 4 PHIL 151 Living Issues in Philosophy 3 PHIL 201 Human Nature Ethics and the Natural World 3 PHIL 221 Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 240 Social Ethics 3 PHIL 310 ART 310 Philosophy and History of Visual Art 3 PHIL 323 Science and the Philosophers of the Age of the Enlightenment 3 PHIL 345 God Religion and Science 3 POLS 230 Introduction to Political Philosophy and Ideology 3 POLS 318 PHIL 318 Religion and Politics 3 THEA 105 Introduction to Theater and Drama 3 DFT 200 FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies 3 GOAL THREE APPLY SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES TO THE NATURAL WORLD Students will demonstrate knowledge of the principles and methods of quantitative and qualitative scientific reasoning M Mathematics select one course MATH 126 Activities in Math 3 MATH 146 College Algebra 3 MATH 147 Algebra and Trigonometry 3 MATH 149 Pre Calculus 4 MATH 156 Calculus for Business 3 MATH 166 Calculus for Science and Math 4 MATH 216 Elementary Statistical Concepts 3 MATH 226 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 MATH 246 Math for Elementary Teachers I 4 PSYC 201 Behavioral Statistics 3 TED 323 Content and Techniques of K 3 Mathematics I 3 SI Scientific Inquiry select two courses The courses taken under SI must be from different disciplinary prefixes For example you cannot take two Biology course but could take a Biology course and a Chemistry course BIOL 100 Introduction to Biology 3 BIOL 101 Concepts in Biology 3 BIOL 103 Fundamentals of Biological Evolution 3 BIOL 150 General Biology 3 BIOL 160 General Biology Freshman Research Focus 3 CHEM 100 Modern Alchemy 3 CHEM 101 Elementary Principles of Chemistry 3 CHEM 115 Concepts in General Chemistry 3 CHEM 120 Introduction to General Chemistry 6 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 CHEM 130 Introduction to Organic Chemistry 5 FDSC 110 The Science of Food

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  • Geographic Information Science | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    degree provides a way for individuals who have associate s degrees in geographic information sciences or a related area to continue their education obtain a bachelor s degree and improve their career options Who Should Apply Individuals who want to obtain GISci knowledge to apply in their current workplace or increase their employment opportunities Individuals with an associate s degree in geographic information science or a related field who want to earn a bachelor s degree Features Students will learn about geospatial theory and literature that drives data collection storage analysis and mapping They will also build proficiency in the use of state of the art GISci technologies including GISci and Remote Sensing software applications GPS and GISci data collection data analysis web mapping and digital image processing among others Apply previously obtained college credits toward your degree Access to specialized labs and facilities and experienced faculty Pay same tuition rate regardless of where you live Students may be eligible for financial aid Gain skills in areas where increased jobs are projected Complete your degree in three years or your certificate in two years Degree Curriculum The curriculum includes 30 credits of university general education courses and 30 credits of core courses in GISci Applicants who bring in fewer than 60 college credits from a previous degree plan will need to take additional courses Transferring Credit Credit will be awarded for college level course work completed at accredited institutions While general education credits are generally accepted from two year colleges this new program makes it possible for students to receive university credit for technical and work specific courses as well For more information on how your college credits will transfer to UW River Falls visit the Transfer Credit Policy web page or contact the Admissions transfer officer Geographic Information Science 30 Credit hours GEOG 250 Introduction to Cartography and GIS 3 cr GEOG 351 Map Design 3 cr GEOG 360 GIS Theory and Methods 3 cr GEOG 365 Quantitative Techniques for Geographers 3 cr GEOG 368 Geoprocessing Techniques 3 cr GEOG 401 Senior Colloquium in Geography 3 cr Intermediate Directed Electives 3 6 cr hrs Advanced Directed Electives 3 6 cr hrs Electives 3 9 cr hrs Certificate Curriculum Certificate Requirements Students complete three required courses and two elective courses that focus on your chosen area of specialization in GISci In addition to finishing the coursework students submit a final professional portfolio complete an exit interview and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2 5 upon completion of the program Core Courses 9 credits GEOG 250 Introduction to Geographic Information Science GISci 3 cr GEOG 360 GIS Theory and Methods 3 cr GEOG 460 GIS Modeling and Analysis 3 cr Elective Courses 6 credits Choose any two courses from the following GEOG 351 Map Design 3 cr GEOG 365 Quantitative Techniques for Geographers 3 cr GEOG 366 Field Methods and GPS 3 cr GEOG 368 Digital Image Processing 3 cr GEOG 455 Advanced Map Design 3 cr Back to

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  • Geography and Geographic Information Science | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Science Geography and Geographic Information Science About Us Brochure Faculty Mission Statement Newsletter Academics Geography Major Geography Minor GIS Minor GISci Certificate BAS in GISci Alumni Careers GISci GIS Lab GIS Certificate Program Interactive Maps BAS in GISci News Student Opportunities and Achievements Student Achievements Student Organizations Internships Scholarships Websites of Geographical Interest Why study Geography and Geographic Information Sceince at UWRF GEOGRAPHY is a field that uses an interdisciplinary approach to understand patterns of human activity and natural processes on the surface of the earth Geographers are often called upon to analyze and solve problems that deal with interactions between people and the environment Geography appeals to students who have a wide range of interests that involve human activities and their impacts on the natural environment MAPPING SCIENCES are a set of techniques that include Cartography the art and science of map making GIS Geographic Information Systems the analysis of spatial patterns and Remote Sensing the analysis of satellite imagery These techniques are useful in displaying understanding and analyzing spatial relationships Many other disciplines such as biology business marketing criminal justice land use planning and urban studies utilize mapping techniques Studying geography and mapping sciences at UWRF provides the skills to engage in a variety of careers Through a combination of coursework and internships students gain first hand experience in geographic analysis The use of computer technologies through GIS and mapping are areas where students may develop additional expertise The department offers a Major and a Minor in Geography a Minor in Geographic Information Systems and Cartography and a Major in Broad Field Social Studies Geography Education West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers University of Wisconsin River Falls student Kaitlynn Wilcoxson won Second Place in the Undergraduate Research Paper competition at the annual meeting held at

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  • Geology | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    the earth and other planets They work to understand the processes that have shaped our planet in the past and which will be shaping it in the future A geological career can involve lots of travel and scientific work in both the lab and the field Visit this page to see a variety of field trips and experiences that would be available to you as a geology student The Geology major at UW River Falls began in 1910 and features both field and lab experiences opportunities for longer field experiences involving other states and or countries and a senior research project supervised by a faculty member Why study Geology We have a strong geology program with unique supporting areas of hydrology soils and environmental science as well as the more traditional physics chemistry and biology Class sizes are small with individualized attention for students Faculty are enthusiastic and have a diverse range of expertise Excellent facilities for lectures and laboratories Field trips in nearly all courses Undergraduate research opportunities An active student organization which hosts speakers and events A great job outlook after graduation The University of Wisconsin River Falls offers students the opportunity to pursue a career in geology through courses in the Department of Plant and Earth Science We teach a full range of undergraduate classes and field trips and laboratories are an integral part of the learning process in nearly all upper level courses We have high quality scientific equipment which includes the following A worden gravimeter Rock cutting saw Polarizing microscopes Binocular microscopes Three D seismic modeling computer Brunton compasses Faculty The Geology faculty at UW River Falls are among the top rated in the university Recently average scores for student evaluations of faculty ranged from 4 24 6 to 5 83 6 Geology faculty averaged

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