School of Continuing EducationRegistration InformationContact UsUWM HomeShopping Cart
UWM logo

SCE HomepageDean's WelcomeCourses & ProgramsCertificate ProgramsDistance EducationCalendarSpecial EventsDepartments & CentersCommunity ResearchInternationalCenter for the Study of the WorkplaceFaculty & StaffCustomized TrainingKeep Me Posted
 

Connect With Us

 
HomeCourses & ProgramsCertificate ProgramsFaculty & Staff
 

Electives

 
Elective Courses in Human Development and Family Work (3 electives reqr.)

Dev.Language and Cognitive Skills in Early Childhood Ed. (CURRINS 501) 3CR U/G

Intro to Learning and Dev. (ED PSY 330)3CR U

Intro to Community Ed.(ED POL 112) 3CR U

Human Behavior and the Social Environment (SOC WRK 250) 3CR U

Child and Family Services (SOC WRK 562) 2CR U/G

The Family and Intimate Relationships (SOCIOL 260) 3CR U

Cultural Foundations of Ed. (ED POL 375) 3CR U

The Milw. Community (ED POL 403) 3CR U

Conflict and Change (ED POL 411) 3CR U

The Chicano Experience (ED POL 460) 3CR U

Gender Violence in the Community (ED POL 522) 3CR U/G

Alternative Schools (ED POL 531) 3CR U/G

Educating Black Males-Theories, Methods and Strategies (ED POL 533) 3CR U

The Student at Risk (Causes)(ED POL 534) 3CR U/G

Educating at Risk Students (ED POL 535) 3CR U/G

Education and Hispanics (ED POL 560) 3CR U/G

Fieldwork in Multicultural Ed. (ED POL 688) 1-6CR U/G

More

Elective Courses in Human Development and Family Work (3 elective courses required)

Developing Language and Cognitive Skills in Early Childhood Education (CURRINS 501) - 3 CR. U/G.
Current theories in language and cognitive development from birth to age eight. Emphasis on application of theories to developmentally appropriate early childhood practices.
PRERQ: JR ST; ADMIS TO SCHOOL OF EDUC of GRAD ST.

Intro to Learning and Development (ED PSY 330)  3 CR. U.
Principals and concepts of learning and development that contribute to the understanding and direction of school learning.
PRERQ: JR ST. TEACHER CERT & PRE-CERT STUDENTS MUST HAVE COMPLETED EDUC 100

Intro to Community Education (ED POL 112)- 3CR. U.
This course will examine the history of community education and discuss the role of education within a community setting.
PRERQ: None

Human Behavior and the Social Environment (SOC WRK 250)  3 CR. U.
A survey course in normative development from conception through aging. Focus on the interaction between biological, psychological, social, and cultural forces.
PRERQ: JR ST; SOC WK 100 or 206; BIO 102 or 103 or 107; PSYCH 101 or SOCIAL 101

Child and Family Services (SOC WRK 562)- 2 CR. U/G.
Introduction to child and family welfare services, including methods for assessing needs, existing treatment techniques, and institutional support systems. PRERQ: JR ST

The Family and Intimate Relationships (SOCIOL 260)  3 CR. U.
Source of diversity and change in patterns of intimate relationships, marriage, and family life.
PRERQ: SOPH ST and ANY SOCIAL 100-LEVEL COURSE

Cultural Foundations of Education (ED POL 375)  3 CR. U.
Critical examination of cultural influences in American society as they affect education.
PRERQ: TEACHER CERT & PRE-CERT  EDUC 100. NON-CERT  SOPH ST or CONS INSTR

The Milwaukee Community (ED POL 403)  3 CR. U.
An overview of communities and neighborhood groups in Milwaukee.
PRERQ: NONE

Conflict and Change (ED POL 411)  3 CR. U.
Examines the role of bargaining and conflict in community-based educational change, various approaches to bargaining and conflict, and their appropriateness in various settings.
PRERQ: JR ST OR CONS INSTR

The Chicano Experience (ED POL 460)  3CR. U.
This course surveys important issues shaping the Chicano experience in U.S. society by focusing on immigration, the barrio, repatriation, zoot suit, Chicano-police riots, etc.
PRERQ: NONE

Gender Violence in the Community (ED POL 522)  3CR. U/G.
Discuss different perspectives on the problems of gender violence, and explains what programs in the community are responding to the problems of domestic violence.
PRERQ: JR ST; ED POL 520 or CONS INSTR

Alternative Schools (ED POL 531)  3CR. U/G.
Examine the alternative schools movement.
PRERQ: JR ST

Educating Black Males-Theories, Methods and Strategies (ED POL 533)  3CR. U.
This course will develop skills and strategies to affect changes in the lives of black males in the school system, K through 12 grade.
PRERQ: JR ST; ED POL 112 or 375 or EQUIV or TEACHER CERT

The Student at Risk (Causes). (ED POL 534)  3 CR. U/G.
Helps teachers to identify and understand the personal, social, cultural and community contexts which contribute to the at-risk status of public school students.
PRERQ: JR ST

Educating at Risk Students (ED POL 535)  3 CR. U/G.
Development of skills and techniques to enable teachers to be instructionally effective with at-risk students.
PRERQ: JR ST; ED POL 534

Education and Hispanics (ED POL 560)  3 CR. U/G.
Examination of the educational experiences of Hispanics in schools in the USA.
PRERQ: JR ST

Fieldwork in Multicultural Education (ED POL 688)  1-6CR. U/G.
Fieldwork in multicultural settings appropriate for cultural research, analysis and study. Individualized requirements and evaluation criteria to be determined by faculty on individualized basis.
PRERQ: JR ST

Close ▲

 

This program can be applied toward the:

Prerequisites
Elective Courses
  Sessions  
Dates and locations to be announced.
 

Features

Are you a WACYCP Member?
WACYCP member discounts available on many courses.
Learn more>>


Center for the Study of the Workplace
Learn about the real-world impact of workplace changes. Hear what leaders in both business and academia have to say and help propel yourself or your company into the future.
Learn more>>