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  • Sustainable Agriculture Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Sociology 3 cr Prereq SOCI 100 or consent of instructor Directed electives 12 cr hrs Select two from the following ANSC 389 Special Topics Sustainable Animal Production 3 cr ANSC 365 Poultry Production 3 cr Prereq ANSC 232 ANSC 257 ANSC 366 Swine Production 3 cr Prereq ANSC 232 ANSC 231 ANSC 257 and one of the following BIOL 150 ANSC 111 or CROP HORT 161 ANSC 367 Beef Production 3 cr Prereq ANSC 232 ANSC 231 ANSC 257 and one of the following BIOL 150 ANSC 111 or CROP HORT 161 ANSC 368 Sheep Production 3 cr Prereq ANSC 232 ANSC 231 ANSC 257 and one of the following BIOL 150 ANSC 111 or CROP HORT 161 CROP 263 Forage Crop Production 3 cr Prereq CROP HORT 161 CROP 363 Pasture Production 3 cr Prereq CROP HORT 161 CROP 468 Organic Production Systems 3 cr Prereq Foundation of Agriculture courses completion DASC 306 Dairy Production 3 cr Prereq ANSC 232 and ANSC 257 ESM 343 Woodlot Management 3 cr Prereq ESM 109 or consent HORT 327 Vegetable Science and Production 3 cr Prereq CROP HORT 161 and HORT 169 HORT 347 Fruit Science and Production 3 cr Prereq CROP HORT 161 and HORT 169 Select one from the following AFES 310 Agricultural Human Resource Management 3 cr Prereq Junior standing AGEC 360 Farm Management 3 cr Prereq AGEC 230 AGEC 361 Horticultural Business Management 3 cr Prereq AGEC 230 AGEC 445 Land Use and Sustainable Agriculture Law 3 cr Prereq AGEC 230 or ESM 303 and Math 146 or higher AGEC 495 Special Problems in Ag Economics Direct Marketing 3 cr Select one from the following AGEN 325 Alternative Energy Systems 3 cr Prereq Chem 121 or equiv CROP 451 Integrated Pest Management 3 cr Prereq CROP HORT 161

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  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Literature I 3 cr SPAN 356 Survey of Latin American Literature II 3 cr SPAN 371 Business and Culture in the Hispanic World 3 cr SPAN 372 Spanish for the Trades and Profession 3 cr SPAN 452 Advanced Spanish Literature 3 cr SPAN 455 Advanced Latin American Literature 3 cr SPAN 490 Readings in Spanish COMD 162 Introduction to American Sign Language 3 cr COMS 313 Intercultural Communication 3 cr ECON 312 Political Economy of Discrimination 3 cr GEOG 342 Latin America 3 cr GEOG 343 Africa 3 cr GEOG 344 Asian and Oceana 3 cr HIST 201 Introduction to Asian Civilization 3 cr HIST 202 Introduction to Latin American Civilization 3 cr HIST 204 United States Immigration and Ethnic History 3 cr HIST 209 Introduction to African History 3 cr HIST 333 Silk Spices and Silver The Making of the Global Exchange System to 1700 3 cr HIST 332 The Islamic Middle East to 1500 3 cr HIST 334 Modern China 1800 to Present 3 cr HIST 335 Modern Japan 1600 to Present 3 cr HIST 336 Traditional East Asia Prehistory to 1800 3 cr HIST 349 Middle Eastern History and Politics 3 cr PHIL 245 Eastern Religions and Islam 3 cr SOCI 220 Sociology of Diversity 3 cr ANTH 231 SOCI 231 Sociology of Globalization 3 cr ANTH 314 SOCI 314 Faces of Culture 3 cr ANTH 322 SOC 322 Race and Ethnicity 3 cr ANTH 331 SOCI 331 Global Perspectives on Women 3 cr ANTH 338 SOCI 338 Global Perspectives on Health and Disease 3 cr POLS 212 The Politics of Equality and Inequality in the United States 3 cr POLS 260 Introduction to International Relations 3 cr PSYC 285 Psychology of Prejudice and Racism 3 cr TED 461 The Psychology and Pedagogy of Literacy 3 cr TESOL Education Minor TESOL Minor Education 24 Total Credits Candidates must have demonstrated proficiency in language study of a single foreign language which can occur through two years of high school study four semesters of university study or other equivalent means of demonstrating proficiency in foreign language study This foundation requirement is not included in the number of credit hours needed for the major proper the foundation requirement of two years of foreign language study is separate from the Directed Electives Required Courses 21 cr hrs ENGL 220 Structure of English 3 cr ENGL 322 Acquisition of Language 3 cr ENGL 360 Theory and Methodology of TESOL 3 cr ENGL 373 Techniques in Tutoring TESOL Practicum 3 cr ENGL 420 Pedagogical Grammar 3 cr ENGL 451 Phonetics and Phonology 3 cr ENGL 475 Assessment and Testing in TESOL 3 cr Directed Electives 3 cr hrs If you plan to earn 3 credits in an internship or traveling program appropriate to the discipline of TESOL those credits may be used to meet this requirement Credits that are approved prior to engaging in the experience as appropriate to the TESOL minor by the chair of the Department of English may appear in

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  • Theatre Arts Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Theatre Arts Minor Minor in Theatre Arts Liberal Arts B S 24 Total Credits Required 15 cr hrs THEA 121 Acting I Basic Techniques 3 cr THEA 131 Design for the Theatre 3 cr THEA 335 Directing I 3 cr Choose one THEA 231 Stage Technology and Scene Painting 3 cr THEA 332 Stage Costuming 3 cr THEA 333 Stage Lighting 3 cr Choose one THEA 337 History of Theatre Ancient to Medieval 3 cr THEA 338 History of Theatre Renaissance to 20th Century 3 cr THEA 339 American Theatre 3 cr General Electives 9 cr hrs THEA 110 Sustainability and the Arts 3 cr THEA 221 Acting II Characterization 3 cr THEA 222 Voice and Articulation 3 cr THEA 225 Musical Theatre Performance 3 cr THEA 227 World Puppetry 3 cr THEA 230 Playwrights of Color 3 cr THEA 231 Stage Technology and Scene Painting 3 cr THEA 232 Makeup for Theatre Film and Video 3 cr THEA 234 Stage Management 3 cr THEA 294 Sophomore Seminar Theatre 3 cr THEA 323 Arts Management 3 cr THEA 328 Theatre for Youth 3 cr THEA 332 Stage Costuming 3 cr THEA 333 Stage Lighting 3 cr THEA 334 Playwriting 3 cr THEA 336 Fashion History 3 cr THEA 375 Theatre Practicum Production 1 cr THEA 376 Theatre Practicum Design and Technology 1 cr THEA 432 Computer Aided Theatrical Design 3 cr THEA 435 Directing II 3

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  • Health and Wellness Management | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    are offered completely online This program is designed for those with some college experience who have an interest in wellness careers and a desire to complete their bachelor s degree Features All courses are provided online There are no campus visits or face to face meeting requirements You can start your program at anytime and take classes as a full time or part time student A personal consultation will determine how your previous college credits may be applied to your degree Program Curriculum Apply any transferable college credits or your associate degree from an accredited institution to your degree plan and then take the following required courses to earn your bachelor s degree Degree Requirements 63 Total Credits The Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness Management consists of 20 required courses there are no electives in the program To see course descriptions and schedule select the course number HWM 300 Introduction to Human Health HWM 305 The Wellness Profession HWM 310 Changes Across the Life Span HWM 315 Resource Management for Wellness Managers HWM 320 Health and Medical Terminology HWM 325 Health Literacy HWM 335 Worksite Health Environment HWM 345 Physical Activity and Nutrition for Wellness Managers HWM 350 Research and Statistics for Wellness Managers HWM 360 Stress and Dependencies and Addictions HWM 370 Understanding and Effecting Health Behavior Change HWM 385 Marketing and Communication for Wellness Managers HWM 405 Survey of Information Technology in Wellness HWM 430 Population Health for Wellness Managers HWM 460 Leadership and Change Management in Health HWM 470 Assessment and Evaluation for Wellness Managers HWM 475 Employee Health and Well Being HWM 480 Employee Benefits for Wellness Managers HWM 485 Health Coaching for Wellness Managers HWM 496 Health and Wellness Capstone Tuition and Financial Aid Tuition is 390 per credit for the health and

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  • Reading | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Program at UW River Falls prepares educators to meet the needs of a diverse population of learners provide need based literacy instruction and create school and community partnerships that benefit all students Who Should Apply Educators in elementary middle and secondary schools who are seeking to become reading teachers or reading specialists Program Features Curriculum reflects current theory research and effective literacy practices Convenient schedule of classes with online coursework and face to face instruction on Saturdays and during the summer Engaging instruction includes field experiences action research projects and professional development opportunities Program Curriculum Reading Teacher Certificate Certificate Requirements for Reading Teacher Licensure First Summer Summer Reading Institute 8 credits READ 700 Foundations of Literacy 2 credits READ 761 Advanced Elementary Reading Instruction 3 credits READ 722 Secondary School and Content Area Reading 3 credits First Fall READ 705 Language Arts in the Elementary School 3 credits READ 765 Appraisal and Intervention 3 credits First Spring READ 750 Children s Literature in the Reading Program 3 credits READ 785 Research in Literacy 3 credits Second Summer READ 775 Clinical Practicum in Literacy Instruction 1 3 credits Completion of a certification portfolio as specified by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Master of Science in Education Degree Requirements for Master of Science in Education Reading Specialist First Summer Summer Reading Institute 8 credits READ 700 Foundations of Literacy 2 credits READ 761 Advanced Elementary Reading Instruction 3 credits READ 722 Secondary School and Content Area Reading 3 credits First Fall READ 705 Language Arts in the Elementary School 3 credits READ 765 Appraisal and Intervention 3 credits First Spring READ 750 Children s Literature in the Reading Program 3 credits READ 785 Research in Literacy 3 credits Second Summer READ 775 Clinical Practicum in Literacy Instruction 1 3 credits Completion

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  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    18 credits ENGL 511 Intro to Linguistics may substitute ENGL 720 Educational Ling 3 credits ENGL 560 Theory and Methodology of TESOL 3 credits ENGL 573 Techniques in Tutoring Practicum may substitute TESL 779 Internship 3 credits ENGL 620 Pedagogical Grammar 3 credits Prerequisite ENGL 520 ENGL 675 Assessment and Testing in TESOL 3 credits TESL 767 Teaching ESOL Reading 3 credits Required Teacher Education Courses for the Teaching License 16 credits TED 740 The Historical Philosophical Multicultural Foundations of Ed 4 credits TED 745 Educational Psychology 6 credits SPED 530 The Exceptional Child 3 credits TED 428 Techniques of TESOL 3 credits In addition to these graduate level courses students will complete 12 credits of student teaching TED 472 Student Teaching in Elementary Education TED 473 Student Teaching in Middle School and TED 475 Student Teaching in Secondary Education and a licensure portfolio as specified by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction For more information on initial teaching licensure visit the Teacher Education web page In lieu of these courses students may take the undergraduate level courses TED 212 TED 420 and TED 252 or ENGL 252 Additional TESOL Courses Required for the Master of Arts Degree 18 21 credits ENGL 651 Phonetics and Phonology 3 credits ENGL 701 Writing Reading Presenting Research 3 credits ENGL 720 Educational Linguistics 3 credits not required if already taken in place of ENGL 511 under teaching license TESL 763 Words Meaning and Vocabulary Teaching 3 credits TESL 765 Language and Culture 3 credits TESL 789 Topics in TESOL 3 credits TESL 793 Plan B Paper 3 credits or TESL 799 Plan A Paper 3 credits Electives 0 3 credits Chose one if TESL 779 has not been substituted for ENGL 573 ENGL 521 The English Language History and Culture 3 credits or ENGL 650 Non Native Speakers in the Midwest 3 credits or TESL 779 Internship if not substituted for 573 above 3 credits or ENGL 789 Topics in TESOL repeatable with different topics 3 credits Program Curriculum for Master s Degree and Additional Teaching License Students who would like to earn an additional teaching license and then continue with their program of study to earn a master s degree in TESOL would begin by applying for admission to Teacher Education Assuming all the prerequisites and corequisites have been fulfilled completing both the additional teaching license requirements and the MA degree requires 42 48 credits of coursework plus 0 6 credits of student teaching depending on the subject of the current license Prerequisites or corequisites Required knowledge that may be obtained through coursework but credits will not count toward the MA in TESOL ENGL 320 or ENGL 520 Structure of English 3 credits ENGL 322 or ENGL 522 Acquisition of Language 3 credits Demonstrated proficiency of a single foreign language two years of high school study four semesters of university study or another means Required TESOL Courses for the Teaching license 18 credits ENGL 511 Intro to Linguistics may substitute ENGL 720

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  • Center for Economic Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 College of Business and Economics CBE Centers CBE Centers Center For Economic Research Center for Economic Education Center for Innovation and Business Development Center for Sales Excellence Small Business Development Center Center for Economic Education The Center for Economic Education is the newest of nine centers at four year institutions within Wisconsin Our service area is K 12 school districts in CESA 10 and 11 The Center provides educators with valuable assistance K 12 educators can participate in many different center sponsored and organized activities which include Workshops In service training Graduate courses Access to a well stocked library of resources Training for the The Stock Market Game Access to CBE professors as classroom speakers and information specialists Internet interaction with UWRF faculty members The Center s activities are conducted in a variety of different methods and locations on the UWRF campus at locations within CESA 10 and 11 through distance education technology through online opportunities for asynchronous courses student activity pages and through informal interaction with economists Courses will be offered at times and places convenient for educators These courses will help you develop a deeper understanding of basic economic concepts and give ideas on how to best teach these concepts Partial tuition scholarships are available for Wisconsin teachers The National Council on Economic Education the Wisconsin Council and the College of Business and Economics at UW River Falls have developed outstanding curricular materials that are of great use to educators The UW River Falls Center for Economic Education maintains an up to date collection of these materials The UW River

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  • SBDC Seminars | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    to complete a business plan for your business start up or expansion Class Dates To be announced To obtain additional information and or an application for this twelve week program contact Tina Small Business Development Center at 715 425 0620 Cost for course 250 00 Cancellations after the start of the program are subject to the full fee We reserve the right to cancel based on inadequate class enrollment Free Business Advising Sessions for Pierce Polk and St Croix Counties Free Business Advising Sessions will be held throughout the year in Pierce Polk and St Croix Counties at specific locations offering specialized assistance to small business managers as well as those interested in starting new businesses To register for one of our upcoming Business Advising Sessions in a county that s convenient for you please contact the Small Business Development Center at 715 425 0620 to reserve an appointment time Quickbooks Accounting Basics This course is designed for those with little or no experience with Quickbooks TM software Participants should be comfortable working on a PC in a Windows environment This program is divided into two parts In the first session you will learn how to set up the software and start using Quickbooks TM and its basic features By the end of the first session you ll know how to set up Quickbooks TM and start using it in your business You ll have a week to start using what you learned in the first session before you come back for the second part The second session will continue with the basics including lists accounts receivable payroll and reports Session 1 To be announced Session 2 To be announced Please contact the Small Business Development Center at 715 425 0620 with questions Human Resource Seminars Please stay tuned for

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