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  • Honors and Scholars Programs | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    performance and leadership qualities select students will be invited to apply to become a Falcon Scholar Scholarships are 1 000 for the freshman year and available for an additional three years These scholarships include a 2 000 stipend that may be used for undergraduate research or to study abroad during your junior or senior year McNair Scholars Each year twelve to fifteen undergraduate students who are committed to pursuing graduate study upon completion of their bachelor s degree are selected to become McNair Scholars McNair Scholars participate in two years of intensive mentoring specialized seminars collaborative research and a paid summer research internship all of which prepare them for graduate school Summer Scholars The UW River Falls Undergraduate Research Scholarly and Creative Activity URSCA program selects up to 10 students each year to become a Summer Scholar The Summer Scholars Program provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with faculty on projects Projects supported by this program will exhibit the potential for scholarly publication presentation at a conference or creative performance Honors Program The Honors Program is designed to meet the academic needs of students who have an outstanding record of academic achievement and a true sense of intellectual adventure by exploring a variety of course types and educationally related experiences at UWRF Students in the Honors Program embrace social academic cultural and collaborative experiences to become leaders on campus and in their communities Student Support Services SSS Scholars The Student Support Services SSS Scholars Program at UW River Falls offers a number of educational outreach and enrichment opportunities to maximize your academic success at the college level Program participants receive access to one on one academic coaching leadership and community service opportunities career graduate school advising opportunities to participate in social cultural activities and assistance with accessing campus services

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  • Class Schedule - Schedule Lookup
    Search Class Schedule Class Schedule Lookup Class Schedule Calendar Department Listing Registrar Schedule Lookup Enter criteria that best describe the classes for which you are searching For program curriculum go to Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Programs or Continuing Education Related resources Building Name Abbreviation Registrar s Home Page Term All Spring 2015 2016 Summer 2015 2016 Class schedules for the next semester will be published at mid term of the current semester Subject All Accounting Agricultural Biochemistry Agricultural Economics Agricultural Education Agricultural Engineering Agricultural Engineering Tech Agriculture Food Env Sci Alternative Education Animal Science Anthropology Art Biology Biotechnology Business Law Chemistry Chinese College of Business Econ Comm Sciences Disorders Communication Studies Computer Science Info Syst Counseling Criminology Crop Soil Science Crop Sci Dairy Science Dance Economics English English as a Second Language Environmental Sci Mgmt Exercise and Sport Science Experience China Film Studies Finance Food Science French General Engineering Geography Geology German Health Education Health and Wellness Management History Honors Horticulture Humanities Art Ideas International Studies Japanese Journalism Management Marketing Marketing Communications Mathematics Military Science Modern Language Montessori Music Music Applied Music Ensemble Philosophy Physical Education Physical Education Gen Ed Physics Plant Science Political Science Principal Licensure Program Psychology Reading Safety

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  • Majors & Minors | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Academics Majors Minors Majors Minors Academic Programs Colleges and Departments Undergraduate Admission Cost and Financial Aid Course Search Catalog Glossary of Terms Majors Minors Majors Minors Majors Accounting Agricultural Business Agricultural Education Agricultural Engineering Agricultural Engineering Technology Agricultural Studies Animal Science Art Art Education Biology Biotechnology Business Administration Chemistry Chemistry Dual Degree Engineering Chemistry Education Chiropractic Pre Professional Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Studies Companion Animal Animal Science Computer Science and Information Systems Conservation and Environmental Planning Criminology Crop and Soil Science Dairy Science Data Science and Predictive Analytics Dental Pre Professional Economics Elementary Education Engineering Pre Professional English English Education Environmental Science Equine Animal Science Exercise and Sport Science Field Biology Finance Business Administration French French Education German German Education Geography and Geographic Information Science Geology Health and Physical Education History Horticulture International Studies Journalism Law Pre Professional Literature Management Business Administration Marketing Business Administration Marketing Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education Meat Animal Animal Science Modern Language Music Music Education Occupational Therapy Pre Professional Optometry Pre Professional Pharmacy Pre Professional Physical Science Education Physical Therapy Pre Professional Physician Assistant Pre Professional Physics Physics Dual Degree Engineering Physics Education Political Science Psychology Social Studies Education Social Work Sociology Spanish Spanish Education Stage and Screen Arts Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Veterinary Medicine Pre Professional Veterinary Technology Animal Science Pre Major Minors Adapted Physical Education Agricultural Business Agricultural Engineering Technology Animal Science Anthropology Art Asian Studies Biology Business Administration Chemistry Coaching Communication Studies Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Science and Information Systems Conservation Creative Writing Criminal Justice Criminology Crop Science Dairy Science Digital Film and Television Earth Science Economics ECON and BLAW English ENGL English Language Arts Environmental Planning Farm Management Film Studies

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  • Glossary of Terms | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Academics Majors Minors Majors Minors Academic Programs Colleges and Departments Undergraduate Admission Cost and Financial Aid Course Search Catalog Glossary of Terms Glossary of Terms major a subject or field of study chosen by a student to represent his or her principal interest and upon which a large share of his or her efforts are concentrated minor a subject or a course of study pursued by a student especially a candidate for a degree subordinately or supplementary to a major or principal subject or course option something that may be or is chosen choice A major may offer more than one option or choice that provides focus in a particular area certificate a document attesting to the fact that a person has completed an educational course interdisciplinary combining or involving two or more academic disciplines or fields of study pre professional preparatory to the practice of a profession or to its specialized field of study university an institution of learning of the highest level having a college of liberal arts and a program of graduate studies together with several professional schools as of agriculture business and education and authorized to confer both undergraduate and graduate degrees college a constituent unit of a university furnishing courses of instruction in the liberal arts and sciences usually leading to a bachelor s degree general education general education is a series of courses required in all majors designed to develop essential academic skills to acquaint students with their cultural heritage and to provide them with a broad base of liberal studies in the humanities mathematics and in the social and physical sciences CW Communication Reading and Writing CS

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  • Accounting | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Academics Majors Minors Majors Minors Academic Programs Colleges and Departments Undergraduate Admission Cost and Financial Aid Course Search Catalog Glossary of Terms Accounting Program Overview Accountants are the financial gatekeepers of the business world and are fundamental for overall business success Accounting majors study how to measure and communicate business performance information encourage investment activity create new jobs and help the economy to achieve sustainable growth Highlights of the Accounting Major Ample opportunity for internships with large and small accounting firms due to our close proximity to the Twin Cities Guest speakers field trips social events and other learning opportunities offered through the Accounting Society student organization Learn from professors who have experience as Certified Public Accountants as well as a credentialed Certified Management Accountant Skills and Learning Outcomes As a student in this program you will learn to Use financial statements and internal information to assist in decision making processes Evaluate accounting systems File tax returns on behalf of individuals and businesses Career Opportunities As a graduate of this program you will be prepared for a career in the accounting field Below is a list of potential job titles and employers that graduates have found employment or internship opportunities with Job Titles Corporate Controller Cost Accountant Forensic Fraud Accountant Government Accountant Internal Auditor IRS Agent Tax Accountant Employers CS McCrossan Inc Lurie Besikof Lapidus Company LLP Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union AP Tax Accounting Smith Schafer Associates Related Programs Not what you were looking for Here are some related programs you may also want to consider

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  • Agricultural Business | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Academics Majors Minors Majors Minors Academic Programs Colleges and Departments Undergraduate Admission Cost and Financial Aid Course Search Catalog Glossary of Terms Agricultural Business Program Overview The Agricultural Business major combines elements of technical agriculture business and economics into a powerful and comprehensive course of study The major is well suited for students who plan on a career in farming or agribusiness Highlights of the Agricultural Business Major In a recent study by The Wall Street Journal Agricultural Business majors had the 8 th highest rate of employment out of 166 majors studied While more than 25 000 management positions are expected to open each year in the agricultural sector USDA there are only half that many agricultural business graduates entering the workforce annually resulting in an abundance of jobs Virtually all agribusiness graduates in the past four years have found related employment or have gone on to graduate school Skills and Learning Outcomes As a student in this program you will learn to Apply economic theory and analytical skills such as supply and demand price analysis marketing sales and risk management Communicate effectively to a variety of audiences in written oral and graphic formats Understand how government policy affects agribusiness managers Use data and information budgets statistics etc to make sound business decisions Make ethical business decisions Career Opportunities As a graduate of this program you will be prepared for a career in the agricultural business field Below is a list of potential job titles and companies that graduates have found employment or internship opportunities with Job Titles Farm Loan Officer Rural Appraiser Dairy Plant Manager Farm Manager Grain Elevator Manager Grain Merchandiser Agronomy Salesperson Employers Land O Lakes Winfield Purina CHS Growmark WI Farm Credit Services BMO Harris Bank Archer Daniels Midland

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  • Agricultural Engineering | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    bins milking parlors and constructed wetlands Agricultural engineers work with mechanical engineers civil engineers electrical engineers manufacturing engineers and others to create new product designs and then turn those designs into reality There is considerable overlap between the fields of agricultural engineering biological engineering biosystems engineering environmental engineering mechanical engineering and civil engineering Highlights of the Agricultural Engineering Major This program is designed to meet the accreditation requirements outlined by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology ABET Students will be able to take the Fundamentals of Engineering FE exam during their senior year which leads to licensing as a Professional Engineer PE later in their career The program is the only one of its kind in a 200 mile radius of UW River Falls Student earn an ABET accredited engineering degree from UWRF in four years Students are taught by professors never by teaching assistants All of our professors hold advanced engineering degrees from Purdue University Iowa State University and UW Madison The UWRF engineering program is undergraduate only therefore our professors can focus on teaching instead of graduate research Our professors have over 22 years of combined industry experience and 68 months of overseas work experience There is a demand for agricultural engineers with research indicating 8 9 job growth from 2010 2020 The Agricultural Engineering program is part of the Northwest Wisconsin Engineering Consortium which includes UW Stout and UW Eau Claire in an effort to bring a range of engineering programs to this region of Wisconsin Our engineering program is student centered teaching focused and industry relevant Skills and Learning Outcomes As a student in this program you will learn to Apply concepts of mathematics science and engineering Conduct experiments and analyze and interpret data Design a component system or process within realistic constraints Function effectively

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  • Agricultural Engineering Technology | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Environmental Engineering Technology option Includes courses in chemistry biology and environmental sciences and focuses on solving environmental problems Mechanized Systems Management option This option includes courses to help student supplement their engineering technology skills with a focused agricultural business expertise Highlights of the Agricultural Engineering Technology Major Case IH provides new agricultural equipment and precision agriculture technologies for students and faculty to use in the classroom and at the UWRF laboratory farms Team based learning has been incorporated into most courses allowing students with different backgrounds and skills to collaborate resulting in more innovative solutions and enhanced learning The Agricultural Engineering Technology student will be involved with undergraduate research from their freshman year The College has a strong internship program through which many students have received job offers upon graduation following their internship experience Agricultural Engineering Technology students have participated in the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers ASABE International Quarter Scale Tractor Design Competition for more than 15 years Our professors hold engineering degrees in four different areas agricultural engineering bioprocess engineering civil engineering and mechanical engineering Contribute to meaningful undergraduate research projects like design and fabrication of an equine arena drag or a rain garden or a hops thresher or a biodiesel production system Skills and Learning Outcomes As a student in this program you will learn to Develop mastery knowledge and skill with modern engineering technology tools Apply knowledge of math science engineering and technology to solve practical problems Conduct analyze and interpret experiments and apply results to improve processes Apply creativity in the design of systems components or processes Function effectively on teams Identify analyze and solve technical problems Communicate effectively in written and oral forms Recognize the need for lifelong learning Understand professional ethical and social responsibilities Respect diversity and stay abreast of contemporary

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