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  • Introduction to Business French Course | UW Independent Learning
    Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U400 313 Introduction to Business French French for business This course provides you with an overview of the French economy highlighting banking insurance the stock market and transportation the specialized terminology of the French speaking workplace and the language skills needed to understand and discuss in writing topics that relate to professional activities Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites 5 semesters of college French or equivalent or consent of department Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Collins Robert French College Dictionary ISBN 0060892005 Edition 5th Parlons Affaires ISBN 1413005888 Edition 2nd U400 313 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials

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  • Introduction a la Civilisation Francaise Course | UW Independent Learning
    the prehistoric period to the eighteenth century Study French rulers such as Clovis Charlemagne Louis XIV and Napoleon as well as political and social events constitutional developments economic change religious conflicts intellectual history and artistic and literary developments Each assignment requires some questions to be answered in French For appropriate course selection and placement contact the department at french dcs wisc edu or Department of Liberal Studies French 21 N Park Street 7th Floor Madison WI 53703 or call 608 262 4873 Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Five semesters of college French or consent of the instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials La civilisation française en évolution I ISBN 0838460089 U400 347 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at

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  • Modern African Prose and Poetry in French Course | UW Independent Learning
    and poetry by Africans from tropical Africa and the West Indies Explore great works by Mariama Bâ Aimé Césaire Birago Diop Cheikh Hamidou Kane Ousmane Sembène Léopold Senghor and others Unit assignments are to be written in French This course is cross listed with African Languages and Literature U104 454 Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites 5 semesters of French or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Additional materials not listed here are available from your instructor Please see the syllabus L Aventure Ambiguë ISBN 2264036931 Edition 1961 Les Bouts de Bois de Dieu ISBN 2266131087 Les Contes d Amadou Koumba ISBN 2708701673 U104 454 U400 454 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Une Si Longue Lettre ISBN 2842612892 Order course materials

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U400-454 (2016-02-16)
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  • Modern European History 1815 to the Present Course | UW Independent Learning
    D2L Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U448 120 Modern European History 1815 to the Present A study of modern European history from 1815 to the present Click here for the video course preview Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials All Quiet on the Western Front ISBN 0449911497 Becoming Visible Women in European History ISBN 0395796253 Edition 3rd Hard Times ISBN 0393975606 Ordinary Men ISBN 0060995068 The Communist Manifesto ISBN 0140447571 The Magic Lantern ISBN 0679740481 The Making of the West Peoples and Cultures Vol C ISBN 0312465106 Edition 3rd Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or required See related English and

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  • The Civil War Era, 1848-1877 Course | UW Independent Learning
    era punctuated by the Civil War the nation s deadliest conflict In addition to covering key causes of the war slavery territorial expansion and the breakdown of national politics you will examine military aspects of the war paying particular attention to Abraham Lincoln as the Union s wartime leader To explore the consequences of the war course materials include a novel about Reconstruction penned by carpetbagger Albion Tourgee Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A Fool s Errand ISBN 0881336335 Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass ISBN 0312257376 Edition 2nd Ordeal by Fire w map ISBN 0072317361 Edition 3rd The Last Best Hope of Earth ISBN 0674511263 U448 393 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1

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  • Multiple Course Offerings | UW Independent Learning
    with multiple credit options Choose the number of credits that is right for you the courses have the same content but the higher credit options include additional assignments and coursework Be sure to choose the course with the correct credit option when you add it your Backpack U448 699 Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History An introduction to the general field of Native American history with a special focus on Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region You will read 3 or 6 or 9 books including the textbook and prepare 3 or 6 or 9 critical book reviews depending on the credit option chosen The 1 credit version of this course fulfills the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction requirement for this topic Click here for the video course preview Multiple Offerings Course Name Course Syllabi Credits Delivery Method Tuition and Fees not including materials U448 699 Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History Syllabus 1 Online 402 U448 699 Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History Syllabus 2 Online 729 U448 699 Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History Syllabus 3 Online 1056 See related English and Humanities courses See related Social Science courses Delivery Methods Hide delivery method

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  • Introduction to Latin Literature Course | UW Independent Learning
    Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U524 204 Introduction to Latin Literature Fourth semester of university Latin Using the Oxford Latin Course reader you will do readings in Cicero Caesar Catullus Vergil Livy and Ovid While exploring historical cultural and critical backgrounds you will read and interpret passages perform drills and translations and do simple reports on syntax and style Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Latin 103 and 104 or 2 years of high school Latin or consent of adviser Credits 4 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1308 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1383 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Oxford Latin Reader ISBN 0195212096 U524 204 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional

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  • Appreciation and History of Music Course | UW Independent Learning
    readings and reactions to the music No previous musical training is needed to register for this course Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Freshman standing or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U660-101 (2016-02-16)
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