TRANSFER GUIDE. For Students Attending UW Colleges UW-LA CROSSE GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM WITH COURSE EQUIVALENTS

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1 TRANSFER GUIDE For Students Attending UW Colleges UW-LA CROSSE GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM WITH COURSE EQUIVALENTS Students must earn a minimum of 48 credits of General Education (GE) courses; however, the minimum number of credits in the following GE categories only totals 39 credits. Therefore, a student must take an additional 9 credits. These 9 credits can be from any combination of categories. Updated June 2017

2 While we strongly recommend that students work with advisors at their current ins tu on in scheduling their courses and planning a transfer, students are highly encouraged to work with an academic advisor at UW-La Crosse as well. Therefore, in addi on to your current advisor, listed below are advisors at UW-La Crosse who can help answer further academic advising ques ons. Academic Advising Center General Transfer Student Advising Questions College of Business Administration Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing College of Liberal Studies Psychology College of Liberal Studies Archaeology, Economics, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Administration, Psychology, Sociology College of Liberal Studies (School of Arts and Communication) Art, Communication Studies, Music, Theatre, Department of Modern Languages (French, German Studies, Spanish), English, History, Women s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies College of Science and Health Biology, Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Science, Computer Science, Geography/Earth Science, Microbiology, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Physics, Pre-Professional Programs, Radiation Therapy College of Science and Health Exercise and Sport Science, ESS-Fitness, ESS-Sport Management, Public Health-Community Health Education, Recreation Management, Therapeutic Recreation School of Education Early Childhood-Middle Childhood, Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence, Secondary Teacher Education Programs, (STEP), Modern Languages Education, Music Education, Art Education, Physical Education, and Health Education (Early Childhood-Adolescence Certification) Shari Schoohs 1140 Centennial Hall Nicole Vidden 138 Wimberly Hall Kathy Elgin 260 Morris Hall Peter Stovall 260 Morris Hall Sandy Keller 260 Morris Hall Carla Burkhardt 205 Graff Main Hall Guy Herling 205 Graff Main Hall Ashley Cree 145 Graff Main Hall

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS General Educa on Requirements... 1 GE1 Literacy... 1 GE2 Mathema cal/logical Systems/Modern Language... 1 GE3 Minority Culture/Mul racial Women s Studies... 2 GE4 World History/Global Studies... 3 GE5 Understanding the Natural World... 4 GE6 Self & Society... 5 GE7 Humanis c Studies... 7 GE8 Arts... 8 GE9 Health and Physical Well Being... 9 Guaranteed Transfer Program... 9 College of Business Administra on College of Liberal Studies School of Arts and Communica on College of Science and Health School of Educa on... 23

4 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 48 credits of General Education (GE) courses; however, the minimum number of credits in the following GE categories only totals 39 credits. Therefore, a student must take an additional 9 credits. These 9 credits can be from any combination of categories. GE1 = Literacy (6 credits required) ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading & Research ENG 110 College Writing I CTA 103 Introduction to Public Speaking CST 110 Communicating Effectively Note: Students receiving less than a grade of C in above coursework must repeat the course. GE2 = MATHEMATICAL/LOGICAL SYSTEMS/MODERN LANGUAGE (Minimum 7 credits required; minimum of 3 credits must be taken from List 1) LIST 1 MAT 110 College Algebra MTH 150 College Algebra MAT 117 Elementary Statistics STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 124 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MTH 151 Precalculus MAT 211 Calculus MTH 175 Applied Calculus MAT 221 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I MTH 207 Calculus I MAT 222 Calculus & Analytical Geometry II MTH 208 Calculus II MAT 240 Statistical Analysis STAT 145 Elementary Statistics BUS 243 Economic and Business Statistics STAT 145 Elementary Statistics PSY 210 Statistical Methods in Psychology STAT 145 Elementary Statistics LIST 2 CPS 106 Word Processing & Presentation Concepts CS 101 Intro to Comp ** CPS 107 Spreadsheet Concepts CS 101 Intro to Comp ** CPS 108 Database Concepts CS 101 Intro to Comp ** **Completion of CPS 106, 107, and 108 will earn CS 101 Intro to Computing credit at UWL [ 1 ]

5 CPS 110 Introduction to Computer Science CS 101 Intro to Computing FRE 105 Second Semester French FRE 102 Elementary French II FRE 201 Third Semester French FRE 201 Intermediate French I FRE 205 Fourth Semester French FRE 202 Intermediate French II GER 105 Second Semester German GER 102 Elementary German II GER 201 Third Semester German GER 201 Intermediate German I GER 205 Fourth Semester German GER 202 Intermediate German II PHL 211 Elementary Logic PHL 101 Introduction to Logic SPA 105 Second Semester Spanish SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II SPA 201 Third Semester Spanish SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I SPA 205 Fourth Semester Spanish SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II GE3 = MINORITY CULTURES/MULTIRACIAL WOMEN S STUDIES (Minimum of 3 credits required) AIS 101 American Indian Studies ERS 000Y Eth & Rac Studies Elec AIS 227 Multicultural Business BUS 000Y Business Elective AIS 242 The American Indian in Literature and Film ENG 000Y English Elective AIS 308 Archaeology of North America ARC 205 North Ameri Archaeology ANT 302 Archaeology of Wisconsin ANT 000Y Anthropology Elective ANT 308 Archaeology of North America ARC 241 North Ameri Archaeology ANT 314 Indians of North America ANT 343 North American Indians ANT 353 Indians of the Western Great Lakes ANT 000Y Anthropology Elective ART 175 Worlds of Art--Images/Objects/Ideas ART 000Y Art Elective BUS 227 Multicultural Business BUS 000Y Business Elective CTA 210 Introduction to Intercultural Communication CST 332 Intercultural Comm ENG 278 Multicultural Literature in America ENG 207 Multicult US Lit GEO 102 Roots and Diversity GEL 000Y General Elective HIS 101 History of US: From Columbian HIS 000Y History Elective HIS 102 History of US: From Era to the Present HIS 210 Survey of the US HIS 211 History of the American Frontier HIS 000Y History Elective HIS 262 Sources of Racist Thinking HIS 000Y History Elective HIS 278 History of Minorities in America HIS 306 Ethnic America HIS 280 History of the Great Lakes Region, HIS 000Y History Elective MUS 273 Jazz History and Appreciation MUS 209 Hist Jazz Culture PHI 203 American Indian Philosophies PHL 321 American Indian Thought PHI 259 Philosophy and Racism PHL 000Y Philosophy Elective POL 231 Sex, Power and Public Policy POL 205 Women and Politics POL 235 Politics of Race and Ethnicity in America POL 342 Identity Politics PSY 208 Psychology of Gender PSY 318 Psychology of Women PSY 270 The Psychology of Discrimination PSY 280 Cross Cultural Hum Dev SOC 234 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity SOC 225 Racial/Ethn Minorities SPA 237 Latino Literature MLG 299 Foreign Lit Translation [ 2 ]

6 SPA 247 Latin American and Latina Women(ES) WGS 000Y Wom & Gender Elective GSW 101 Introduction to Women's Studies WGS 100 Gen Race Cl in Amer GSW 218 Women and Sport WGS 000Y Wom & Gender Elective GSW 247 Latin American and Latina Women(ES) WGS 000Y Wom & Gender Elective GSW 291 Selected Topics WGS 000Y Wom & Gender Elective GE4 = WORLD HISTORY/GLOBAL STUDIES (Minimum of 6 credits required; minimum of 3 credits must be taken from list 1) LIST 1 HIS 127 The World in the Twentieth Century HIS 101 Global Orig Mod World HIS 161 World History to 1500 HIS 102 Global Transition & Change HIS 162 World History Since 1500 HIS 101 Global Orig Mod World LIST 2 ECO 203 Economics Macro ECO 120 Global Macroeconomics GEO 101 Introduction to Cultural Geography GEO 110 World Cultural Regions GEO 110 World Regional Geography GEO 110 World Cultural Regions GEO 350 Environmental Conservation GEO 200 Conservation Global Envir HIS 105 His of West Civ from Ancient Times HIS 000M History Elective HIS 106 His of West Civ to Contemporary Times HIS 000M History Elective HIS 111 Ancient History HIS 331 Ancient Greek Wrld HIS 112 Ancient History HIS 332 Anct Rome/Mediter HIS 119 The Making of Modern Europe HIS 000M History Elective HIS 120 Europe & Modern World, 1815 to the Present HIS 240 Survey of Modern Europe HIS 127 The World in the Twentieth Century HIS 101 Global Orig Mod World HIS 161 World History to 1500 HIS 102 Global Transition & Change HIS 162 World History Since 1500 HIS 101 Global Orig Mod World HIS 213 Recent Latin America HIS th Century Latin America HIS 219 History of Modern Russia HIS 000M History Elective HIS 222 Recent Chinese History HIS 335 History of China HIS 253 History of Paris HIS 000M History Elective HIS 254 American Foreign Relations, 1763 to Present HIS 000M History Elective HIS 257 Origins and History of World War II HIS 323 World War II HIS 258 Holocaust: Politics of Peace/Nationalism/War HIS 314 Holocaust HIS 273 History of Religion in the United States HIS 000M History Elective HIS 275 The Modern Middle East HIS 338 Modern Middle East MUS 285 World Music MUS 205 World Music POL 160 Comparative Politics POL 234 Comparative Politics [ 3 ]

7 GE5 = UNDERSTANDING THE NATURAL WORLD (Minimum of 4 credits required; 1 course must have lab component) AST 100 Survey of Astronomy (+ AST 101) PHY 155 Solar System Astronomy AST 105 The Solar System PHY 155 Solar System Astronomy AST 106 Stars, Galaxies and the Universe PHY 156 Stars, Galaxies & Univ AST 200 General Astronomy PHY 155 Solar System Astronomy BIO 101 Concepts of Biology BIO 105 General Biology BIO 161 Survey of Botany BIO 204 Plant Biology BIO 162 General Botany BIO 204 Plant Biology BIO 163 Dendrology BIO 202 Intro Bio Data Analysis Inter BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology BIO 182 Human Anatomy and Physiology BIO 000A Biology Elective BIO 201 Principles of Ecology BIO 307 Ecology BIO 211 Genetics BIO 306 Genetics BIO 251 General Survey of Microbiology MIC 230 Fund of Microbiology BIO 271 Vertebrate Biology BIO 210 Animal Biology BIO 277 Ornithology BIO 321 Ornithology BIO 280 Human Anatomy ESS 205 Hum Anat & Phys Ex Sci I BIO 281 Human Physiology ESS 206 Hum Anat & Phys Ex Sci II BIO 285 Anatomy and Physiology** BIO 000A BIO 286 Anatomy and Physiology** BIO 000A **Students must take both BIO 285 and BIO 286 to receive credit for BIO 312 and BIO 313 at UWL. Students who earn credit for BIO 312 and BIO 313 will still be required to complete a natural lab science at UWL. BIO 288 Human Anatomy and Physiology BIO 000A CHE 124 Applied Chemistry and Society CHM 000A Chemistry Elective CHE 125 Introductory Chemistry** CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 203 Survey of Biochemistry** CHM 000B Chemistry Elective ** Students who complete CHE 125 and CHE 203 will receive credit for CHM 250 CHE 211 Biochemistry Laboratory CHM 000A Chemistry Elective CHE 145 General Chemistry I CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 155 General Chemistry II CHM 104 General Chemistry II CHE 165 Chemistry for Engineers CHM 000A Chemistry Elective CHE 343 Organic Chemistry I CHM 303 Organic Chem Theory I CHE 351 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Part I** CHM 000A CHE 352 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHM 305 Organic Chem Lab CHE 361 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Part II** CHM 000A CHE 363 Organic Chemistry II CHM 304 Organic Chem Theory II ** Students who complete CHE 351 and CHE 361 will receive credit for CHM 305 [ 4 ]

8 GEO 123 Physical Geography: Weather and Climate ESC 221 Intro Climate/Systems GEO 124 Physical Geography: Landforms ESC 222 Landforms: Pro/Rgn GEO 125 Physical Geography ESC 101 Earth Environments GEO 130 Human Impact on the Environment (4 Credits) GEO 000A Geography Elective GEO 170 Disasters-Living on the Edge (4 Credits) GEO 000A Geography Elective GLG 101 Physical Geology ESC 101 Earth Environments GLG 169 Environmental Geology ESC 000A Earth Science Elective GLG 170 Disasters-Living on the Edge (4 Credits) GEO 000A Geography Elective MLG 100 Introduction to Meteorology (4 Credits) ESC 000A Earth Science Elective PHY 107 Foundations of Physics (4 Credits) PHY 000A Physics Elective PHY 110 Physics for the Health Sciences (4 Credits) PHY 125 Physics for Life Sciences PHY 120 Physical Science (4 Credits) PHY 000A Physics Elective PHY 141 College Physics I PHY 103 Fund Physics I PHY 142 College Physics II PHY 104 Fund Physics II PHY 201 University Physics I PHY 203 General Physics I PHY 202 University Physics II PHY 204 General Physics II LIST 2 BIO 180 Introduction to Human Biology BIO 000B Biology Elective BIO 184 Biology of Human Sexuality and Reproduction BIO 000B Biology Elective CHE 123 Chemistry and Society CHM 000B Chemistry Elective CHE 214 Physiological Chemistry CHM 000B Chemistry Elective GEO 120 Introduction to Physical Geography GEO 000B Geography Elective GEO 130 Human Impact on the Environment (3 Credits) GEO 000B Geography Elective GEO 170 Disasters-Living on the Edge (3 Credits) GEO 000B Geography Elective GLG 100 Introduction to Geology GEO 000B Geography Elective GLG 135 Introduction to Environmental Geology GEO 000B Geography Elective MLG 100 Introduction to Meteorology (3 Credits) ESC 000B Earth Science Elective PHY 107 Foundations of Physics (3 Credits) PHY 000B Physics Elective PHY 110 Physics for the Health Sciences (3 Credits) PHY 000B Physics Elective PHY 115 Energy and the Environment PHY 000B Physics Elective PHY 120 Physical Science (3 Credits) PHY 000B Physics Elective PHY 205 Modern Physics PHY 250 Modern Physics GE6 = SELF & SOCIETY (Minimum of 3 credits required) ANT 100 General Anthropology ANT 101 Hmn Nature/Hmn Cltr ANT 102 Archaeology & the Prehistoric World ARC 100 Discovering Our Past ANT 104 Cultural Anthropology ANT 195 Intro to Cltr Anthropology ANT 105 Introduction to Physical Anthropology ANT 102 Intro to Phys Anthropology ANT 250 Women in Cross-Cultural Perspectives WGS 000C Women & Gender Elect ANT 308 Archaeology of North America ARC 241 N. American Archaeology [ 5 ]

9 BUS 110 Personal Finance FIN 207 Personal Finance CTA 201 Introduction to Mass Communication CST 000C Communications Elective CTA 218 Popular Culture in the Media CST 271 Contemp Media in Life ECO 101 Intro to Economics ECO 000C Economics Elective ECO 204 Economics Micro ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy GSW 231 Sex, Power and Public Policy WGS 000C Wom & Gender Elective GSW 260 Women and Science WGS 000C Wom & Gender Elective HES 217 Social Aspects of Sport ESS 249 Youth Sport Issues HIS 261 Crime & Punish Europe & America Since 1500 HIS 000C History Elective HIS 271 History of Science and Technology HIS 000C History Elective HIS 283 War and American Society HIS 000C History Elective HIS 285 Recent American History, HIS 000C History Elective HIS 286 Recent American History, 1945-Present HIS 000C History Elective HIS 289 Colonial & Revolutionary America, HIS 313 Colonial & Revolution Amer HIS 290 History of Wisconsin HIS 321 Wisconsin History HIS 293 Civil War and Reconstruction HIS 324 Civil War & Reconstruction HIS 297 The United States, 1917 to the Present HIS 000C History Elective POL 101 Introduction to Politics POL 201 Intro Political Science POL 104 American Government and Politics POL 101 Amer Natl Government POL 105 State and Local Supplement to POL 104 POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 120 Politics of Crime and Punishment POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 175 International Politics POL 244 International Relations POL 193 Camp & Elections: Voters, Candid & Strategies POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 201 Introduction to Political Theory POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 215 Media and Politics POL 304 Politics and Media POL 219 Public Policy: Power, Conflict, Choice PUB 330 Public Policy POL 225 State and Local Government POL 102 State/Local Govnmt POL 250 Government and Business POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 280 Terrorism POL 000C Political Science Elective POL 308 American Presidency POL 301 American Presidency PSY 201 Introductory Psychology PSY 100 General Psychology PSY 202 Introductory Psychology PSY 100 General Psychology PSY 250 Life Span Developmental Psychology PSY 212 Lifespan Development PSY 307 Psychology of Personality PSY 303 Personality Theories PSY 309 Abnormal Psychology PSY 204 Abnormal Psychology PSY 330 Social Psychology PSY 241 Social Psychology PSY 360 Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence PSY 356 The School-aged Child PSY 362 Psychology of Adulthood and Aging PSY 358 Adulthood SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology SOC 110 The Social World SOC 125 American Society in the Contemporary World SOC 000C Sociology Elective SOC 130 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 120 Social Problems SOC 160 Sociology of Human Sexuality PSY 305 Human Sexuality SOC 238 Sociological Perspectives on Gender SOC 370 Sociology of Gender SOC 246 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 321 Delinquency SOC 250 People, Organizations, and Society SOC 000C Sociology Elective SOC 270 Introduction to World Population SOC 320 Demography SOC 275 Sociology of Religion SOC 315 Religion & Society SOC 285 Sociology of Health and Illness SOC 420 Health Care/Illness [ 6 ]

10 SOC 335 Introductory Social Psychology SOC 330 Social Psychology SOC 355 Sociology of the Environment SOC 328 Environmental Sociology SOC 357 Social Research Methods SOC 350 Social Research II GE7 = HUMANISTIC STUDIES (Minimum of 3 credits required; one course must be literature course from List 1) LIST 1 ENG 242 The American Indian in Literature & Film ENG 000E English Elective ENG 250 Introduction to Literary Studies ENG 200 Lit & Human Experience ENG 251 Introduction to Drama ENG 000E English Elective ENG 253 Introduction to Short Story & Novel ENG 000E English Elective ENG 255 Introduction to Poetry ENG 000E English Elective ENG 260 British Literature I ENG 203 English Lit I ENG 261 British Literature II ENG 204 English Lit II ENG 262 American Literature I ENG 201 American Lit I ENG 263 American Literature II ENG 202 American Lit II ENG 264 Western Tradition in Literature Before 1665 ENG 205 Western Lit I ENG 265 Western Tradition in Literature After 1665 ENG 206 Western Lit II ENG 266 Modern Literature ENG 000E English Elective ENG 267 Contemporary Literature ENG 000E English Elective ENG 268 International Literature Before 1750 ENG 000E English Elective ENG 269 International Literature After 1750 ENG 000E English Elective ENG 270 English Literature ENG 204 English Lit II ENG 272 American Literature ENG 202 American Lit II ENG 273 Studies in International Literature ENG 000E English Elective ENG 275 Twentieth Century Novels of the World ENG 000E English Elective ENG 276 Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature ENG 000E English Elective ENG 279 Women Writers ENG 000E English Elective ENG 280 Introduction to Shakespeare ENG 363 Shakespeare I ENG 285 Literature of Nature ENG 000E English Elective ENG 286 The Literature of Sport ENG 000E English Elective ENG 380 Introduction to Shakespeare ENG 495 Adv Study Mjr Auths FRE TH Century French Literature in Translation MLG 299 Foreign Lit in Translation FRE 277 Sp Top in Lit Tran and/or Culture & Civilization MLG 299 Foreign Lit in Translation GER TH Century German Literature in Translation MLG 299 Foreign Lit in Translation GER 277 Sp Top in Lit Tran and/or Culture & Civilization MLG 299 Foreign Lit in Translation SPA 277 Sp Top Lit Trans and/or Culture & Civilization MLG 299 Foreign Lit Translation LIST 2 BUS 242 Business Ethics PHL 000E Philosophy Elective ENG 204 Creative Writing II GEL 000E General Elective HIS 272 History and Culture of the Sciences HIS 000E History Elective [ 7 ]

11 HIS 273 History of Religion in the United States HIS 000E History Elective PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 100 Intro to Philosophy PHI 205 Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Friendship PHL 000E Philosophy Elective PHI 220 Philosophy of Science PHL 334 Phil of Science PHI 226 Philosophical Ideas in Literature PHL 000E Philosophy Elective PHI 233 The Concept of Mental Illness PHL 000E Philosophy Elective PHI 237 Technology, Values and Society PHL 000E Philosophy Elective PHI 240 Existentialism PHL 323 Phen Exist Postmod PHI 241 Ethics PHL 201 Intro to Ethics PHI 243 Business Ethics PHL 000E Philosophy Elective PHI 244 Environmental Ethics PHL 341 Environmental Ethics PHI 248 Biomedical Ethics PHL 339 Medical Ethics PHI 253 Philosophy of the Arts PHL 332 Phil of the Arts PHI 258 Human Nature, Religion and Society PHL 100 Intro to Philosophy PHI 261 Philosophy of Religion PHL 000E Philosophy Elective REL101 Introduction to the Study of Religion PHL 000E Philosophy Elective REL 201 Asian Philosophy PHL 000E Philosophy Elective REL 258 Human Nature, Religion & Society PHL 000E Philosophy Elective REL 261 Philosophy of Religion PHL 000E Philosophy Elective SPA 221 Intro Survey of Peninsular Lit, 18th to 20th SPA 305 Intro Hispanic Lit SPA 222 Intro Survey of Peninsular Lit, 12th to 17th SPA 305 Intro Hispanic Lit GE8 = ARTS (Minimum of 4 credits required, from 2 different departments) ART 100 Basic Art Experiences ART 000H Art Elective ART 180 Artist and the Visual Arts ART 102 Art Appreciation ART 181 Survey: Ancient and Medieval Art ART 000H Art Elective ART 183 Survey: Renaissance - Modern Art ART 000H Art Elective ART 185 Italian Renaissance Art ART 000H Art Elective ART 187 Survey: Modern Art ART 000H Art Elective ART 188 Survey: Modern Architecture & Design ART 000H Art Elective ART 290 Women in the Arts ART 000H Art Elective CTA 130 Introduction to Theatre THA 110 Theatre Appreciation CTA 150 Introduction to Film THA 000H Theatre Elective ENG 277 Film Studies GEL 000H General Elective GSW 295 Women in the Arts WGS 000H Wom & Gender Elective MUS 171 Music Theory I MUS 235 Music Theory I MUS 172 Music Theory II MUS 236 Music Theory II MUS 173 Music Literature and Appreciation MUS 105 Music Appreciation MUS 174 Music Literature and Appreciation MUS 000H Music Elective MUS 271 Music Theory III MUS 335 Music Theory III MUS 272 Music Theory IV MUS 336 Music Theory IV [ 8 ]

12 MUS 275 History of Western Music MUS 201 Musical Cultures MUS 276 History of Western Music MUS 202 Music Hist: GE9 = HEALTH AND PHYSICAL WELL BEING (2-3 credits required) HES 127 Fitness for Life HPR 105 Hlthy Actv Lifstyl HES 206 Personal Health and Wellness HPR 105 Hlthy Actv Lifstyl GUARANTEED TRANSFER PROGRAM for UW College Students UW College (two-year campuses) students who intend to pursue their educa on at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse will be guaranteed admission providing they meet the following criteria: 1. Submit a UW System applica on to the UWL Admissions Office during the first month of the semester prior to the semester of intended enrollment. 2. Be in good standing and have completed an associate degree or 60 credits at any UW College with a minimum 2.00 cumula ve grade point average. All general educa on requirements will be sa sfied by students who have completed associate degrees. Students accepted under this two-year transfer policy are required to meet all core, professional, ethnic studies, major, and minor requirements. Admission to the ins tu on does not assure admission to specific degree programs. UW College students must meet the same criteria (i.e., grade point average, course requirements, etc.) for admission to specific majors or programs as con nuing UWL students. [ 9 ]

13 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The College of Business Administra on (CBA) offers professional majors in: Accountancy Economics Finance - Finance-Risk, Insurance and Financial Planning Concentra on Informa on Systems Interna onal Business Management Marke ng The following courses are required for any of the CBA majors: UWL Course BUS 201 Introductory Accounting** ACC 221 Accounting Principles I BUS 204 Managerial Accounting** ACC 222 Accounting Principles II ECO 203 Economics Macro** ECO 120 Global Macroeconomics ECO 204 Economics Micro** ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading, and Research ENG 110 College Writing I MAT 117 Elementary Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Statistical Analysis OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics BUS 243 Economic and Business Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics ECO 243 Economic and Business Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics PSY 210 Statistical Methods in Psychology STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 211 Calculus OR MTH 175 Applied Calculus MAT 221 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I MTH 207 Calculus I **A grade of C or be er is required in courses marked with an asterisk** Business Program Admission Requirements: 1. Minimum grades of C earned (or in progress) in ECO 110, 120; ACC 221, 222; BUS 205 (UWL course numbers, see below for UW-Colleges equivalent course) [ 10 ]

14 2. Comple on (or in progress) of at least three of the remaining six pre-business core courses. Any remaining core courses should be completed during the first semester a er admission to the program or more credits earned. 4. Cumula ve GPA of 2.50 at me of applica on (including transfer credit grades). Pre-Business Core Requirements: UWL Course ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading, and Research ENG 110 College Writing I MAT 211 Calculus OR MTH 175 Applied Calculus MAT 221 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I MTH 207 Calculus I MAT 117 Elementary Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Statistical Analysis OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics BUS 243 Economic and Business Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics ECO 243 Economic and Business Statistics OR STAT 145 Elementary Statistics PSY 210 Statistical Methods in Psychology STAT 145 Elementary Statistics ECO 203 Economics Macro ECO 120 Global Macroeconomics ECO 204 Economics Micro ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy BUS 201 Introductory Accounting ACC 221 Accounting Principles I BUS 204 Managerial Accounting ACC 222 Accounting Principles II No equivalent at UW-Colleges BUS 230 Bus & Econ Res & Comm No equivalent at UW-Colleges BUS 205 Legal & Ethical Env of Bus No equivalent at UW-Colleges BUS 300 Business Communication No equivalent at UW-Colleges IS 220 Info Systems for Bus Manag Courses in Italics sa sfy both General Educa on and CBA Core requirements. Admission to the Business Program: Students must make formal applica on for the Business Program when on campus. UW Colleges transfer students will not be immediately eligible for admission because some of the course requirements are not available through UW College campuses. Admission to the program is required prior to enrollment in the advanced business courses. In addi on to successfully comple ng the pre-business course requirements, students must achieve a cumula ve grade point of 2.50, including transfer grades. Transfer students are encouraged to review the College of Business Administra on s website h p:// for informa on about the majors, advising, student organiza ons, and other important issues. [ 11 ]

15 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION You may select from the following majors in the College of Liberal Studies: Archaeological Studies Economics English (BA only) - Literature Emphasis - Rhetoric and Wri ng Emphasis French (BA only) French with Business Concentra on (BA only) German Studies (BA only) German Studies with Business Concentra on History History with Regional Emphasis History with Topical Emphasis History with World History Emphasis Philosophy Poli cal Science Psychology Public Administra on Sociology Spanish (BA only) Spanish with Business Concentra on (BA only) Women s Studies You may select from the following majors in the School of Arts and Communica on: Art Communica on Studies - Advocacy and Communica on Cri cism Emphasis - Broadcast and Digital Media Communica on Emphasis - Interpersonal Communica on Emphasis - Organiza onal and Professional Communica on Emphasis [ 12 ]

16 Music - History Emphasis - Jazz Performance Emphasis - Music Theatre Emphasis - Performance Emphasis - Piano Pedagogy Emphasis - Theory Emphasis Theatre Arts - Arts Administra on Emphasis - Design/Technical Emphasis - General Studies Emphasis - Music Theatre Emphasis - Performance Emphasis - Stage Management Emphasis Degree Op ons: A student in the College of Liberal Studies or the School of Arts and Communica on may earn either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree. The type of degree earned by a student (BA or BS) may be determined by the major program elected by the student. All general university degree requirements must be met: a minimum of 120 credits (40 of which must be 300/400 level courses), General Educa on program requirements, college core requirements, and major program requirements. Degree Core Requirements The following conditions apply to one or both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees: 1. Students majoring in English or in a modern language must earn a Bachelor of Arts degree (educa on majors earn a Bachelor of Science degree). 2. Students majoring in other CLS programs may choose either a B.A. or a B.S. degree. 3. Language courses (CHI, FRE, GER, RUS, SPA, MLG) used to fulfill general educa on requirement: "Mathema cal/logical systems and modern languages" (GE 02, category 2) may also be used to meet the B.A. and B.S. language requirements. 4. All other courses used to meet the requirements below must be in addi on to the minimum 39 credits required in the General Educa on Program. 5. At least one course in the B.A. or B.S. college degree program (Core requirements) must be a CLS designated diversity course. 6. Applicable courses may be found on the CLS B.A./B.S. Degree Op on Course List or in the Advisement Report (AR) when the degree has been declared. Courses used to fulfill general education requirements will not apply to core requirements except for language courses (CHI, FRE, GER, RUS, SPA, MLG) that count in the general education requirement: "Mathematical/logical systems and modern languages" (GE 02, category 2). [ 13 ]

17 Degree Op on Requirements Bachelor of Arts (Choose one track) A. Language Track 1. Complete CHI 202 or FRE 202 or GER 202 or RUS 202 or SPA 202 or MLG 202 or MLG 204 or MLG 304 or ESL proficiency score of 80 or above on the La Crosse Battery of exams for nonnative speakers of English; or submit a TOEFL or IELTS score that meets the university's English language proficiency requirement for admission; or complete ESL 252 or ESL 253, and one addi onal course from ESL 250, ESL 251, ESL 252, ESL 253. (Contact the English as a Second Language Ins tute for eligibility and regula ons): UWL Course FRE 205 Fourth Semester French FRE 202 Intermediate French II GER 205 Fourth Semester German GER 202 Intermediate German II SPA 205 Fourth Semester Spanish SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II No Equivalent at UW Colleges MLG 202 World Lang: Intermed II No Equivalent at UW Colleges MLG 304 Heritage Lang: Advanced 2. Two addi onal courses outside of the student s major in two of the following: humani es, social sciences or fine arts. B. Humani es Track 1. One modern language course 102 level or higher (this is the UWL course level, at the UW Colleges, choose a course 105 level or higher); and 2. Two addi onal courses outside the department of the student s major from two different departments chosen from: history, English, philosophy; and 3. One addi onal course in social sciences or fine arts. C. Fine Arts Track 1. One modern language course 102 level or higher (this is the UWL course level, at the UW Colleges, choose a course 105 level or higher); and 2. Two addi onal courses outside the department of the student s major from two different departments chosen from: art, communica on studies, music, theatre; and 3. One addi onal course in social sciences or humani es. Bachelor of Science Complete four courses outside the department of the student s major as follows: 1. A lab science course (from the General Educa on list); and [ 14 ]

18 2. A social science course; and 3. An addi onal social science, General Educa on natural science, math or approved CLS alterna ve course (ENV 201, PHL 334, PHL 339); and 4. One addi onal course in humani es or fine arts, or complete a modern language course 102 level or higher (this is the UWL course level, at the UW Colleges, choose a course 105 level or higher). Additional Requirements 1. Complete a minor (or second major) outside of the student s major program, consis ng of at least 18 credits; or 2. Complete an emphasis, program or concentra on of at least 18 credits outside the student s major program. General Educa on courses may apply provided they are not being used to fulfill minimum General Educa on requirements; or 3. Complete 18 credits in two or more departments or programs (at least 12 credits earned at the 300 or 400 level). These courses must be outside the student s major department and can be from any college. General Educa on courses may apply provided they are not being used to fulfill minimum General Educa on requirements. [ 15 ]

19 COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND HEALTH The College of Science and Health offers students the opportunity to prepare for careers in science, math, and health. The following majors may be selected: Biochemistry Biology - Aqua c Science Concentra on - Biomedical Science Concentra on - Cellular and Molecular Biology Concentra on - Environmental Science Concentra on - Plant and Fungal Biology Concentra on Chemistry - with Business Concentra on - with Environmental Science Concentra on Clinical Laboratory Science Computer Science Exercise and Sport Science - Exercise Science Emphasis - Fitness Emphasis - Pre-Professional Emphasis - Sports Management Geography - Geographic Informa on Science Concentra on - Environmental Science Concentra on Mathematics - Applied Emphasis - Educa on Emphasis Microbiology - Biomedical Science - Business - Environmental Science Nuclear Medicine Technology Occupational Therapy (M.S. only) Physical Therapy (DPT only) Physician Assistant (M.S. only) Physics [ 16 ]

20 - Applied Physics Biomedical Concentra on - Business Concentra on - Astronomy Emphasis - Computa onal Emphasis - Op cal Emphasis Public Health and Community Health Education Radiation Therapy Recreation Management (must choose an emphasis) - Community-based Recrea on Emphasis - Generalist Emphasis - Outdoor Recrea on Emphasis - Tourism Emphasis Statistics - Actuarial Science Concentra on Therapeutic Recreation Engineering Dual Degree Programs The departments of Physics, Chemistry, Math, and Computer Science have developed pathways and articulations with specific universities and programs; consult respective department for more information. For more information on the above majors, please see the Science and Health web page at: and Minors and complementary majors may be selected from across the campus (with a few exceptions). Degree Requirements: Science and Health College Core requirements for Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts are in addition to the requirements of the major and the university degree requirements. See the requirements for Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts (available in some cases), as well as a list of exempted majors, at All general university degree requirements must be met: a minimum of 120 credits (40 of which must be 300/400 level courses), General Education program requirements, college core requirements, and major program requirements. The following majors are among those that require or recommend specific General Education courses, or have prerequisite courses that must be completed prior to taking courses in the major area. Please consult the UW La Crosse catalog found at as well as websites for the specific majors. [ 17 ]

21 Clinical Laboratory Science Students majoring in Clinical Laboratory Science must apply to the department for admission into the program. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology BIO 211 Genetics BIO 306 Genetics BIO 251 General Survey of Microbiology MIC 230 Fund. of Microbiology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II CHE 145 General Chemistry I CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 155 General Chemistry II CHM 104 General Chemistry II CHE 343 Organic Chemistry I CHM 303 Organic Chem Theory I CHE 352 (or CHE ) Organic Chemistry Lab CHM 305 Organic Chem Lab CHE 363 Organic Chemistry II CHM 304 Organic Chem Theory II MAT 110 College Algebra MTH 150 College Algebra MAT 117 Elementary Statistics STAT 145 Elementary Statistics Public Health and Community Health Education Students majoring in Public Health and Community Health Education must apply to the department for admission into the program. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II BIO 251 General Survey of Microbiology MIC 230 Fund of Microbiology HES 127 Fitness for Life or or HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 206 Personal Health and Wellness HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle MAT 117 Elementary Statistics STAT 145 Elementary Statistics ONE FROM: ANT 100 General Anthropology ANT 101 Hum Nature/Hum Culture GSW 101 Introduction to Women's Studies WGS 100 Gen Race Cl in America PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy PHL 100 Intro to Philosophy POL 104 Am Gov t and Politics POL 101 Am Nat l Gov t POL 225 State & Local Gov t POL 102 State & Local Gov t PSY 201 or 202 Intro Psychology PSY 100 Intro Psychology SOC 101 Intro to Sociology SOC 110 Intro Sociology SOC 130 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 120 Social Problems [ 18 ]

22 Exercise and Sport Science Exercise Science Fitness Track Students majoring in ESS-Exercise Science Fitness Track must apply to the department for admission into the program. Meeting minimum application criteria does not guarantee admission, and the application process is highly competitive. Plan on applying to the program after one full semester on the UWL campus. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II ECO 204 Economics Micro ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy ENG 210 Business Communications ENG 307 Wri ng for Mgt, Public Rela ons and the Professions HES 127 Fitness for Life or HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 206 Personal Health and Wellness HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 123 CPR or ESS 201 Safety, First Aid and CPR HES 213 1st Aid and Emergency Care ESS 201 Safety, First Aid and CPR HES 205 Athletic Injuries ESS 281 Care & Prev of Athl Injuries Exercise and Sport Science Exercise Science Pre-Professional Track Students majoring in ESS-Exercise Science Pre-Professional Track must apply to the department for admission into the program. Meeting minimum application criteria does not guarantee admission, and the application process is highly competitive. Plan on applying to the program after one full semester on the UWL campus. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required. BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II One additional Biology for at least 3 credits CHE 145 General Chemistry I CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 155 General Chemistry II CHM 104 General Chemistry II HES 127 Fitness for Life or HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 206 Personal Health and Wellness HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 123 CPR or ESS 201 Safety, First Aid and CPR HES 213 1st Aid and Emergency Care ESS 201 Safety, First Aid and CPR HES 205 Athletic Injuries ESS 281 Care & Prev of Athl Injuries MAT 117 Elementary Statistics or STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Stat Analy STAT 145 Elementary Statistics PHY College Physics I + II PHY Fund of Physics I & II One course from SOC or PSY [ 19 ]

23 Exercise and Sport Science - Sport Management Emphasis Students majoring in Exercise and Sport Science Sport Management must apply to the department for admission into the program. Meeting minimum application criteria does not guarantee admission, and the application process is highly competitive. Plan on applying to the program after one full semester on the UWL campus. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II BUS 201 Introductory Accounting ACC 221 Principles of Accounting I ECO 204 Economics Micro ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy ENG 210 Business Communications ENG 307 Writing for Mgt, Public Relations and the Professions HES 127 Fitness for Life or HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle HES 206 Personal Health and Wellness HPR 105 Creating Healthy, Active Lifestyle Health Wellness Management (available online only) If choosing UWL as your home campus, please discuss with the HWM program director, early-on, to see if this is the right program for you. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology CTA 103 Introduction to Public Speaking CST 110 Communicating Effectively ENG 102 Critical Writing, Reading & Research ENG 110 College Writing I PSY 201 or 202 Intro Psychology PSY 100 Intro Psychology Nuclear Medicine Technology Students majoring in Nuclear Medicine Technology must apply to the department for admission into the program. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: [ 20 ]

24 BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II CHE 145 General Chemistry I CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 155 General Chemistry II CHM 104 General Chemistry II CHE Intro Chemistry + Survey of Biochemistry CHM 250 Intro Organic & Biochem CHE 244 Quantitative Analysis CHM 301 Analytical Chemistry MAT 110 College Algebra MTH 150 College Algebra MAT 117 Elementary Statistics or STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Stat Analy STAT 145 Elementary Statistics ONE FROM: SOC 101 Intro to Sociology SOC 110 Intro Sociology SOC 130 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 120 Social Problems PSY 201 or 202 Intro Psychology PSY 100 Intro Psychology PHY 141 College Physics I PHY 103 Fundamentals of Physics I Radiation Therapy Students majoring in Radiation Therapy must apply to the department for admission into the program. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required in all undergraduate coursework taken. BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology BIO 211 Genetics BIO 306 Genetics Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I & II CHE 145 General Chemistry I CHM 103 General Chemistry I CHE 155 General Chemistry II CHM 104 General Chemistry II CPS 110 Introduction to Computer Science CS 101 Intro to Computing ECO 202 or 203 Economics Micro or Macro ECO 110 Micro Econ or 120 Global Macro Econ MAT 110 College Algebra Trigonometry or MTH 151 Precalculus MAT 124 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MTH 151 Precalculus MAT 117 Elementary Statistics or STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Stat Analy STAT 145 Elementary Statistics PHY College Physics I + II PHY Fund of Physics I & II ONE FROM: SOC 101 Intro to Sociology SOC 110 Intro Sociology SOC 130 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 120 Social Problems PSY 201 or 202 Intro Psychology PSY 100 Intro Psychology [ 21 ]

25 Recreation Management Visit the UWL catalog to view details about and select one of the available emphases: h p://catalog.uwlax.edu/undergraduate/recrea onmanagement/#majorstext The following courses are among those required for the major: BUS 201 Introductory Accounting ACC 221 Principles of Accounting I ECO 204 Economics Micro ECO 110 Microecon & Public Policy ENG 210 Business Communications ENG 307 Writing for Mgt, Public Relations and the Professions MAT 117 Elementary Statistics or STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Stat Analy STAT 145 Elementary Statistics Therapeutic Recreation Students majoring in Therapeutic Recreation must apply to the department for admission into the program. Meeting minimum application criteria does not guarantee admission, and the application process is competitive. UWL does not offer Child Life certification classes or an internship program for Child Life. The following courses are among those required for the major. A minimum grade of C is required: BIO 101 Concepts of Biology or BIO 105 General Biology BIO 171 Animal Biology BIO 105 General Biology Both BIO Anatomy and Physiology ** BIO BIO 313 Anat & Physiology I&II ** Consult with UWL if taking just BIO 285 PSY 201 or 202 Intro Psychology PSY 100 Intro Psychology PSY 250 Lifespan Developmental Psych PSY 212 Lifespan Development PSY 309 Abnormal Psychology PSY 204 Abnormal Psychology MAT 117 Elementary Statistics or STAT 145 Elementary Statistics MAT 240 Stat Analy STAT 145 Elementary Statistics [ 22 ]

26 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Teacher education programs are available in Early Childhood through Middle Childhood, Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence, Early Adolescence through Adolescence, and Early Childhood through Adolescence developmental ranges. Admission to the Teacher Education Program is competitive and students are advised to transfer early. Also, by State of Wisconsin law, grades earned at UW-La Crosse will be combined with all college level transfer grades for the development of a combined cumulative GPA. Students are advised to pass the Basic Skills Test prior to their admission to the School of Education. If students do not meet the requirements to count their ACT or SAT scores for their Basic Skills Test, then they must take the Praxis Core. UWL must be designated as an official score recipient. Our institutional code is Please visit the following website for complete application criteria and procedures. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the program Additional information about our programs can be found on the Department of Educational Studies website: Early Childhood through Middle Childhood and Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence A minimum 2.85 combined cumulative GPA is required to make application to the Teacher Education program. The following courses are required for the major: Two arts courses from GE08 (ART 302 & MUS 317 required for MC-EA students) BIO 101 or 105 or MIC 100 CST 110 EDS 203 & 206 ENG 110* [ 23 ]

27 GEO 200 HED 207 HIS 101 or 102 MTH 135 & 136 POL 101 or 102 One literature course from GE07 One physical lab science course from the following list is also required: CHM 100 or 103 ESC 101 PHY 106 or 155 or 160 or 103 or 203 Early Adolescence through Adolescence A minimum 2.75 combined cumulative GPA is required to make application to the Teacher Education program. The following courses are required for the education program: Two arts courses from GE08 BIO 101 or 105 or MIC 100 CST 110 EDU 203 & 206 ENG 110* GEO 200 (required for Science & Social Studies majors only) One international and multicultural studies course from GE04 HIS 101 or 102 HPR 105 or HED 207 or SAH 105 MTH 126 or above One math/logical systems & modern languages course from GE02 One literature course from GE07 One physical lab science course from the following list is also required: CHM 100 or 103 ESC 101 PHY 103 or 155 or 160 or 203 Early Childhood through Adolescence (includes art, music, foreign language, physical education, and health) A minimum 2.75 combined cumulative GPA is required to make application to the Teacher Education program. [ 24 ]

28 The following courses are required for the major: Two arts courses from GE08 BIO 101 or 105 or MIC 100 CST 110 EDS 203 & 206 ENG 110* GEO 200 (not required for physical education or health majors) MUS 201 (required for Music Ed Majors only) HED 207 or HPR 105 or SAH 105 (physical education & health majors take HPR 105) HIS 101 or 102 One international and multicultural studies course from GE04 (physical education & health majors only) MTH 135 & 136 (MTH 123 or higher is required for physical education & health majors) One math/logical systems & modern languages course from GE02 (physical education & health majors only) One literature course from GE07 One physical lab science course from the following list is also required: CHM 100 or 103 ESC 101 PHY 106 or 155 or 160 or 103 or 203 * A minimum grade of C or better is required in these courses. [ 25 ]

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