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  • Graduate Programs | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Employment 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 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 Graduate Programs Graduate Degrees Agricultural Education Initial Certification Agricultural Education Professional Development Business Administration MBA Clinical Exercise Physiology MS Communication Sciences and Disorders MS Computer Science MS Counseling MSE Elementary Education MSE Fine Arts MSE Mathematics MSE Montessori Teacher Education MSE Principal Licensure MSE Reading Specialist MSE School Psychology MSE Ed S Shared Inquiry Communities MSE STEM teach MSE TESOL MA TESOL MA and Initial Teaching Licensure Graduate Certificates and Licenses Alternative Education Principal Licensure Reading Teacher STEM teach Initial Teaching License TESOL For additional information

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  • Undergraduate Programs | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    series of courses in a specific area of study certification a course of study that allows students to meet the education requirements for teaching licensure degree completion a way for learners to apply previous academic experience and work experience toward the completion of a bachelor degree in a specific area of study 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 that is subordinate or supplementary to a major or principal subject or course Accounting ACCT Major Adapted Physical Education Minor Agricultural Business AGEC Major Minor Agricultural Education AGED Major Agricultural Engineering Major Agricultural Engineering Technology AGEN Major Minor Agricultural Studies Major Animal Science ANSC Major Minor Anthropology ANTH Minor Art ART Majors Minors Asian Studies Minor Biology BIOL Major Minor Biotechnology BIOT Major Broadfield Science Licensure Broadfield Social Studies Major Business Administration Major Minor Business Administration Major Finance Management and Marketing Chemistry CHEM Major Minor Coaching Minor Communication Studies COMS Major Minor Communication Sciences and Disorders CSD Major Minor Computer Science Degree Completion Computer Science and Information Systems CSIS Major Minor Conservation Minor Conservation and Environmental Planning Major Creative Writing Minor Criminal Justice Minor Criminology Major Minor Crops and Soils Major Crop Science Minor Dairy Science DASC Major Minor 2 Yr Certificate Dance Education Minor Data Science and Predictive Analytics Major Digital Film and Television Minor Early Childhood Certification Early Childhood Degree Completion Degree Completion and Certification Earth Science Minor Economics ECON and BLAW Major Minor Elementary Education TED Major English ENGL Major Minor English Language Arts Minor Environmental Planning Minor Environmental Science ESM Major Exercise and Sport Science

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  • Pre-professional Engineering | 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 Pre professional Programs Pre professional Programs Pre Health Professions Pre professional Engineering Pre professional Law Pre professional Veterinary Medicine Pre professional Engineering Pre engineering General Program see advisor for specialties The first two years of any engineering curriculum are mainly math and physics In addition UW River Falls offers several special courses for engineering Thus a student will have no problem transferring to an engineering school as a junior after taking the first two years at River Falls It should be emphasized however that there are slightly different requirements for different engineering specialties and schools so a student should contact the pre engineering advisor in the physics department as soon as possible General Education 15 cr hrs ENGL 100 ENGL 200 6 cr ECON 201 ECON 202 6 cr COMS 101 3 cr Pre Engineering Pre Engineering 68 Total Credits Required Courses 55 cr hrs PHYS 161 Calculus Based Physics I 4 cr PHYS 166 Calculus Based Physics Laboratory I 1 cr PHYS 162 Calculus Based Physics II 4 cr PHYS 167 Calculus Based Physics Laboratory II 1 cr PHYS 211 Scientific Programming 3 cr CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 cr CHEM 122 General Chemistry II 5 cr MATH 166 Calculus I 4 cr MATH 167 Calculus II 4 cr MATH 256 Linear Algebra 3 cr MATH 266 Calculus III 3 cr MATH 331 Differential Equations 3 cr ENGL 100 Academic Reading and Writing 3 cr ENGL 200 Investigating Ideas Reading Writing and the Disciplines 3 cr ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics 3 cr ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr CSTA 101 Fundamentals

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  • Pre-professional Law | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Pre professional Programs Pre professional Programs Pre Health Professions Pre professional Engineering Pre professional Law Pre professional Veterinary Medicine Pre professional Law Pre Law According to the Association of American Law Schools preparation for entry into law school calls for the development of basic skills particularly in the use of language a strenuous effort to improve one s capacity for critical thinking and the acquiring of a broad liberal arts background The skill most basic to success both as an undergraduate student and as a law school student is the ability to competently use the English language in both written and oral form In addition students need to be concerned with developing the capacity to think logically and to critically evaluate the knowledge gained through their courses of study Admission to Law School does not call for a particular major field or specific list of courses beyond those required by the University for the undergraduate degree Consequently there is no pre law major at UW River Falls Students planning on a legal career should think of their undergraduate studies as preparation toward a goal

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  • Pre-professional Veterinary Medicine | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Pre professional Programs Pre professional Programs Pre Health Professions Pre professional Engineering Pre professional Law Pre professional Veterinary Medicine Pre professional Veterinary Medicine The program shown exceeds the minimum requirements for admission to some veterinary colleges including the University of Wisconsin Madison and the University of Minnesota Based on the experiences of its many successful pre veterinary students the university recommends that students complete the full program in order to be better prepared for veterinary school A General Education Communications Arts and Humanities 15 cr hrs ENGL 100 ENGL 200 6 cr COMS 101 or COMS 116 3 cr Electives selected from art literature music and theatre 6 cr B General Education Social and Behavioral Sciences 6 cr hrs Select from anthropology economics geography history political science psychology or sociology C Science and Math 63 69 cr hrs MATH 146 MATH 147 4 10 cr ANSC 341 Biometrics 3 cr or MATH 216 Elementary Statistical Concepts BIOL 150 BIOL 230 BIOL 240 BIOL 324 13 cr CHEM 121 or CHEM 120 CHEM 122 CHEM 231 CHEM 232 CHEM 236 CHEM 237 CHEM 361 21 cr PHYS 151 PHYS 152 PHYS 156 PHYS 157 10 cr ANSC 111 ANSC 121 ANSC 231 ANSC 257 or BIOL 350 ANSC 345 13 cr D Electives Variable number of credits selected to meet requirements of specific veterinary colleges and or to fulfill academic major and minor requirements for a degree TOTAL 84 90 cr hrs Most pre veterinary students major in Animal Science Biology or Chemistry because of the number of courses required in these areas but keep in mind that other majors are possible Students have the greatest success in applying to a veterinary school in the state

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  • Liberal Arts Courses | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Liberal Arts Courses Liberal Arts Courses Liberal Arts Humanities Liberal Arts Modern Language Liberal Arts Natural Sciences and Math Liberal Arts Social and Behavioral Sciences Liberal Arts Courses Liberal Arts Courses These courses meet the Liberal Arts requirements prescribed in CAS degree programs For courses listed in previous catalogs or those approved subsequent to this catalog check with the Dean College of Arts and Sciences 715 425 3366 Liberal Arts has been suspended for the 2014 2015 catalog while being redesigned and starting again in the 2016 2017 academic year Liberal Arts 3 courses minimum of 8 credits At least 2 Liberal Arts courses must be at 200 level or higher Testouts are excluded Must take courses from at least 2 divisions May take 1 course in division of major or minor but course cannot be in either the major or minor area Students in multidisciplinary programs should follow liberal arts policy of that degree Liberal Arts courses with D designation count toward Liberal Arts and the American Cultural Diversity requirement Liberal Arts courses with G designation count toward Liberal

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  • Liberal Arts: Humanities | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    of Native American Experience d 212 The Native American in Literature d 214 Women s Literature g 222 Literature of Fantasy 226 Detective Fiction 228 Literature of Environmental Justice d 230 International Short Fiction g 231 Short Story 232 Contemporary Drama g 233 Introduction to Poetry 234 Modern Novels g 235 American Autobiography Varieties of Personal Narrative d 237 Introduction to Greek Mythology 250 Literature for Children 253 Introduction to Literary Studies 262 Creative Writing 300 Women Film and Society 301 History of Film 306 Postcolonial Film and Literature g 307 Ethnic Film Literature and Culture d 309 Film and Literature of the New Europe g 310 U S Environmental Literature 317 Modern East Asian Film and Literature g 321 English Language History and Culture 335 Shakespeare 355 Literature for Adolescents 362 Introduction to Rhetorical Studies 371 Proposal Writing Changing Through Rhetoric 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web 385 Seminar the American Frontier 432 Contemporary American Literature 441 20th Century International Literature 442 World Cinema g 443 American Ethnic Women Writers d Ethnic Studies ETHN 200 Ethnic Studies d Film FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies 248 Cultures in Conflict d 300 Women Film and Society 301 History of Film 302 History of Documentary 306 Postcolonial Film and Literature g 307 Ethnic Film Literature and Culture d 309 Film and Literature of the New Europe g 317 Modern East Asian Film and Literature g 442 World Cinema g Humanities HUM 300 Multidisciplinary Human Perspectives 311 Arts and Ideas I Classical Greece to the Renaissance 312 Arts and Ideas II The Baroque to the Postmodern International Studies INTS 200 Introduction to International Studies 365 Contemporary Europe g 370 International Study Tour 371 Politics of German Speaking Europe 372 The Politics of Scotland 442 World Cinema g Music MUS 200 American

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  • Liberal Arts: Modern Language | 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 Liberal Arts Courses Liberal Arts Courses Liberal Arts Humanities Liberal Arts Modern Language Liberal Arts Natural Sciences and Math Liberal Arts Social and Behavioral Sciences Liberal Arts Modern Language Modern Language Division Communicative Disorders COMD 162 Introduction to American Sign Language 469 American Sign Language Modern Language MODL 376 Mexico Cultural Experience g Chinese CHIN 101 Beginning Chinese I 102 Beginning Chinese II 201 Intermediate Chinese I 202 Intermediate Chinese II French FREN 101 Beginning French I 102 Beginning French II 201 Intermediate French I 202 Intermediate French II 301 French Conversation and Composition I 302 French Conversation and Composition II 316 History of French Cinema 341 French Civilization 342 France and Francophone 351 French Literature to 1800 352 French Literature from 1800 to Present 401 Advanced French Communication 451 French Prose Fiction 452 French Poetry 453 French Drama German GERM 101 Beginning German I 102 Beginning German II 201 Intermediate German I 202 Intermediate German II 275 Business German 301 German Conversation and Composition I 302 German Conversation and Composition II 315 Classic Modern German Film 341 German Civilization to 1648 342 Modern German Speaking Cultures 351 Survey of German Literature 352 Survey of German Literature 401 Advanced German Communication 451 German Drama and Theatre 452 German Tale Short Story and Novella 453 German Poetry Japanese JAPN 101 Beginning Japanese I 102 Beginning Japanese II 201 Intermediate Japanese I 202 Intermediate Japanese II Spanish SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I 102 Beginning Spanish II 201 Intermediate Spanish I 202 Intermediate Spanish II 301 Spanish Composition and Conversation I 302 Spanish Composition and Conversation II 341 Spanish Civilization to 1800 342 Spanish Civilization from

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