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  • Youth Leadership Congress | 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 Continuing Education Continuing Education Camp Badger For Education Professionals Customized Learning for Educators Dual Credit Partnership Montessori Professional Development Workshops Online Learning for Educators PREPaRE Workshop Tools and Strategies for Achieving ELL Success Noncredit Online Classes Staff Upward Bound Youth Leadership Congress Taking Classes for Credit Youth Leadership Congress Youth Program Offered by the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association For more than 50 years high school students from around the state of Wisconsin have gathered in July on the UW River Falls campus These sophmore and junior students are selected and sponsored by the electric cooperative serving their home area Through a mix of workshop sessions hands on activities and team building experiences youths will explore the cooperative difference and develop their leadership potential For more information visit the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association WECA web site View this short video to find out more about the Youth Leadership Congress UWRF Contact Angela Whitaker Program Manager

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  • Business and Community Resources | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective Part of the way we achieve that mission is by fostering a dynamic and inclusive relationship with our local community As a public state funded institution you are welcome to take advantage of the following resources Education UW River Falls has a reputation for its outstanding academic programs The university enrolls nearly 6 200 students annually in its four distinct colleges with the following educational offerings Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees Bachelor Degree Completion Programs Professional Development Certificates Graduate Certificates and Licenses Public Lectures Workshops and Conferences Economic Development UW River Falls is dedicated to supporting the economic growth and development throughout the greater St Croix Valley Whether you are thinking about starting a business or already own one take advantage of our Small Business Development Center Center for Innovation and Business Development Facility Rental Catering Services UW River Falls works with non university groups and individuals to host and cater special events on campus Let us help you with your next Wedding Ceremony and Reception Summer Residential Camp Conference Meeting Banquet Student Volunteers Interns Employees The UW River Falls Career Services department is here to put you in touch with a student talent pool to fulfill the needs of your business or organization with Annual Career Fairs Student Employees and Interns Non Profit Volunteers Agriculture Food Resources UW River Falls has earned an outstanding reputation throughout the region for excellence in agriculture and food processing and offers Campus Farm Visits Compost Sale Center for Dairy Farm Safety Cooperative Extension Dairy Processing Workshops and Licensing Falcon Foods Cheese Ice Cream and Meat Sales Horse Breeding and Colts in Training Sale Health Human Services As a leader in early childhood education and communication disorders UW River Falls provides the following services to students faculty

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  • College Requirements | 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 Catalog Degree Requirements College 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 College Requirements Requirements for degrees in each college are found by following the college links to the left The university including all four colleges requires general education courses and other requirements as outlined below general education 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 Communication Speaking and Listening CA Advanced Communication SB Social and Behavioral Sciences HF Humanities and Fine Arts M Mathematics SI Scientific Inquiry HW Personal Health and Wellness EC Ethical Citizenship university requirements two university requirements American Cultural Diversity ACD and Global Perspectives GP need to be completed in any degree program and are not General Education requirements college a

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  • College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Degree Requirements College 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 College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences Bachelor of Science Degree 120 128 Total Credits including General Education Courses Foundation Courses in Agriculture Major Courses Required courses and electives as required by the major Majors Options Emphases within Majors Minors Agricultural Business Agricultural Economics Farm Management Agricultural Education Agricultural Engineering Agricultural Engineering Technology Agricultural Engineering Technology Option Environmental Engineering Technology Option Mechanized Systems Management Option Agricultural Engineering Technology Agricultural Studies Animal Science Companion Animal Emphasis Management Option Science Option Minor Option Meat Animal Emphasis Management Option Science Option Minor Option Equine Emphasis Management Option Science Option Minor Option Veterinary Technology Emphasis Animal Science Conservation and Environmental Planning Conservation Environmental Planning Crop and Soil Science Crop Science Option Soil Science Option Sustainable Agriculture Option Crop Science Soil Science Dairy Science Management Option Science Option Minor Option Dairy Science Environmental Science Sustainability Studies Food Processing Technology Geology Environmental Engineering Emphasis Environmental

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  • College of Arts and Sciences | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    and approved by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences before the junior year A Dual Degree Physics Chemistry and Engineering is available Internships in the College of Arts And Sciences The Internship Program offers the student a number of opportunities for earning credit in work and training off campus and on campus This internship is open to those students who have completed at least 60 credits of course work Internships may be arranged for up to 12 undergraduate credits in the student s major or minor field depending upon departmental allowances Credits may be earned all in one semester or summer but in no more than two academic terms two credits being the minimum for any one internship some departments have a higher credit minimum The internship courses are numbered 379 A sophomore level internship course numbered 279 is also offered by many departments These internships are identified as introductory professional work experiences The fee schedule for the interning student will be the same as the fee schedule for an on campus student Each department with the approval of the Dean of the College will decide the appropriate number of hours for each internship according to the level of the work experience in relation to upper division courses the extent of work involved and the relationship of the work to professional academic pursuits Individual departments will determine if internship programs can substitute for required courses in the major or minor field A minimum number of 45 work experience hours per week for the semester is required for 12 credits Internship proposals may be initiated by the student the major or minor department or off campus agencies Planning with the academic adviser for an internship should precede the semester in which the proposal is submitted Some applications for an internship should be submitted to the department chair for approval while other applications should be submitted to the dean of the college for approval at least six weeks prior to the intended start of the internship after its first having been processed and approved by the faculty adviser and department chairperson Students must register for the internship credits during the semester the internship is conducted in order to receive credit The work supervisor and faculty adviser will evaluate the student s experience The department will require additional evaluation the methods to be worked out between the student and his her faculty adviser within the guidelines of the college A summary written by the student is submitted to the dean along with the two evaluations prior to the submission of a grade Independent Study and Directed Readings In accordance with university policy the College of Arts and Sciences offers independent study through most departments Additionally most departments offer courses in directed readings Independent Study numbered 499 is defined as an individually designed topic or course of study or unstructured research to meet the needs of a student Directed Readings numbered 490 is a course that is generally prescribed as to

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  • College of Business and Economics | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    CBE upper level courses Students with CBE Lower Level GPAs between 2 25 and 2 50 may petition the Assistant Dean for consideration on a case by case basis For admission to accounting and business majors For admission to the computer science and information systems major For admission to the economics major GPA of 2 50 in CBE 100 ACCT 231 232 ECON 201 202 CSIS 215 ECON 205 or MATH 156 or MATH 166 ECON 226 or MATH 226 COMS 116 or ENGL 266 GPA of 2 50 in CBE 100 CSIS 161 162 and 235 for the CS Option GPA of 2 50 in CBE 100 CSIS 161 162 and 215 for the IS Option GPA of 2 50 in CBE 100 ECON 201 202 205 ENGL 100 200 Degree Requirements To obtain a degree in the College of Business and Economics students must acquire a minimum of 120 semester hours In order to complete a degree in four years students need to take approximately 15 appropriate credits per semester Students are encouraged to use advanced placement credits and transfer credits to provide flexibility in their programs and to expand their educational backgrounds The Admissions Office the College of Business and Economics student adviser and faculty advisers will assist students to maximize their educational opportunities in an efficient manner The College of Business and Economics degree consists of the following components General Education Requirements University Requirements All students are required to take an American cultural diversity course and a global perspectives course The American cultural diversity and global perspective requirements can fulfill another requirement in a student s major minor program if appropriate These two university requirements need to be completed in any degree program and are not general education requirements Major All students earning a major within

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  • College of Education and Professional Studies | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    education apply for admission to teacher education through the department of agricultural education Admission to Teacher Education is based on requirements of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the College of Education and Professional Studies Current information is available in the student handbook and on the college website Students are responsible for checking the website for the information they will need Praxis I Preprofessional Skills Test PPST Requirement The Praxis I PPST is generally taken during your first or second year of college You must pass all sections of the Praxis I PPST before you can be admitted into the Teacher Education program Appeal Procedures for Admission to Teacher Education Admission to Student Teaching or Interning Admission to Social Work Majors Options Emphases Minors Communicative Disorders Emphases in the Minor Early Childhood School Age Adult Communicative Disorders Elementary Education Recommended Minors Communication Studies and Theatre Arts Early Childhood Certification Health Education English Language Arts Broad Field Science General Science Mathematics Modern Language French German Spanish Broad Field Social Studies Teaching English as a Second Language Other Acceptable Minors Anthropology Biology Chemistry Coaching Communicative Disorders Dance Education Earth Science Economics English Geography History Journalism Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Health and Human Performance Comprehensive K 12 Physical Education Exercise and Sport Science Health Education Health and Wellness Management Adapted Physical Education Coaching Dance Education Health Education Outdoor Education Secondary Education Approved Minors Notes 1 Cooperatives Wisconsin law requires that teachers of economics social studies and agriculture complete adequate instruction in consumers cooperatives and cooperative marketing Students in agriculture can satisfy this requirement by successful completion of AGEC 240 or 355 Students in economics and social sciences can satisfy this requirement by successful completion of TED 433 or AGEC 240 or 355 2 If you are interested in teaching economics

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  • General Education Requirements '05/'06 - '13/'14 | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 SL Scientific Investigation select one course but can take two courses and skip S The courses taken under the SL and S designators must be from different disciplinary prefixes BIOL 100 Introduction to Biology 3 BIOL 150 General Biology 3 BIOL 160 General Biology Freshman Research Focus 3 CHEM 101 Elementary Principles of Chemistry 3 CHEM 120 Introduction to General Chemistry 6 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 CHEM 130 Introduction to Organic Chemistry 5 GEOL 102 Intro to Geology Laboratory 1 GEOL 115 Oceanography 3 PHYS 121 Algebra based Physics I 5 PHYS 131 Calculus Based Physics I 5 these classes must be taken with the corresponding lecture class and change the designator from S to SL S Sciences select at least one course if only taking one SL course The courses taken under the SL and S designators must be from different disciplinary prefixes BIOL 101 Concepts in Biology 3 BIOL 103 Fundamentals of Biological Evolution 3 CHEM 100 Modern Alchemy 3 CHEM 115 Concepts in General Chemistry 3 FDSC 110 The Science of Food 3 GEOG 110 Physical Environment Patterns and Systems 3 GEOL 101 Introduction to Geology 3 PHYS 114 Basic Physics 3 PHYS 117 Astronomy 3 PHYS 151 General Physics I 4 PHYS 161 General Physics I 4 GOAL FOUR ENGAGE IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY INQUIRY Students will analyze questions and issues from multidisciplinary perspectives AFES 492 Experiential Learning in Agriculture 3 ART 392 Pre Columbian Art of Mesoamerica 3 BIOL 308 HIV AIDS Science and Society g 3 CHEM 300 Sustainable Practices and Environmental Health 3 ECON 312 Political Economy of Discrimination d 3 ENGL 385 HIST 385 GEOG 385 Seminar The American Frontier 3 EXC 310 China From Ancient Culture to Modern Global Force 3 ENGL 300 FILM 300 WGST 300 Women in Film and Society 3 ENGL 306 Postcolonial Literature and Film g 3 ENGL 307 FILM 307 Ethnic Film Literature and Culture d 3 ENGL 317 FILM 317 Modern East Asian Literature and Cinema g 3 ESM 300 BIOL 300 GEOG 300 Environmental Education 3 FILM 402 HIST 402 History in Film 3 GEOG 324 Historical Geography of the United States 3 GEOG 428 POLS 428 Poltical Geography 3 GEOL 350 Geological Destinies of Nations g 3 HIST 334 Modern China 1800 to Present 3 HIST 382 Italy Art and Culture g 3 HIST 333 Silk Spices and Silver The Making of the Global Exchange System to 1700 g 3 HIST 336

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