2023 Spring Term
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NEW STUDENT SEMINAR
This course is designed to help facilitate a positive adjustment to the first year of college through the development of both written and oral communication skills, critical thinking skills, and group presentation skills. Students will: explore the purposes of higher education and its potential outcomes as well as develop skills of social interaction, self-awareness, and personal development.
An undergraduate seminar that offers broad opportunities for study of university-wide issues with small group discussion.
CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING PORTFOLIO COURSE
This course offers adult students and veterans the opportunity to demonstrate, through portfolio, college-level learning they have already achieved but not earned credit for. Students who earn credit for prior learning must demonstrate college-level learning at a C level or above in relation to the learning outcomes associated with the class for which they seek credit. The assessment of learning will align with quality assessment practices in the classroom and will be done by a disciplinary expert. Students who build successful portfolios can earn credit for up to three courses offered at UW-W.
CAREER READINESS INTERNSHIP
This is a non-degree seeking continuing education, repeatable course. It is part of a two-semester internship program to build and enhance job readiness and employment outcomes of individuals with developmental, intellectual or severe disabilities. Each internship is hosted at one of 27 business sites, in partnership with Project SEARCH, a Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, pre-employment training opportunity. Prior approval required.