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Curriculum and Instruction
Department Chair: Dr. William Keith, wmkeith@uwm.edu.


Advising (Office of Student Services): Phone (414) 229-4721, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail soeoss@uwm.edu

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

1. Some CURRINS courses are not open to University Special Students (including Summer Guest Students) or students who want to audit a course (written consent required to audit). Enrollment restrictions such as these (including any other course prerequisites) can be viewed in the notes area located directly above each course number's course section listings, with additional information sometimes provided as needed within an individual section number's section note text. If you receive a PAWS self-enrollment error message stating you do not meet course requisites or need instructor consent and you would still like to enroll, you must contact your advisor or the instructor for permission.

2. Students who do not meet course prerequisites may be administratively dropped.

3. Students who do not attend classes in which they are registered may be administratively dropped. Students who do not attend the first class meeting are subject to this policy.

4. Students enrolled in ("introduction to teaching" courses) CURRINS 300, CURRINS 328 or CURRINS 333: Field experience hours must be completed during the semester of enrollment. No extensions will be granted.

5. Early Childhood Education students enrolled in CURRINS 312: Field experience hours must be completed during the semester of enrollment. No extensions will be granted.

6. Classes are subject to cancellation for low enrollment. We regret having to do so, as we acknowledge the great inconvenience this causes students. Please be aware of this when planning your semester schedule and purchasing your books. We recommend that you understand the return policy of your book seller. The School of Education will make every possible effort to make course cancellation decisions prior to two weeks before the start of individual classes.

7. Official e-mail communication between the Dept. of Teaching and Learning and UWM students will be sent to assigned student UWM e-mail addresses. It is a student's responsibility to check her or his UWM e-mail account regularly for important university and/or course related information. If you do not check your UWM e-mail on a regular basis, then we suggest that you enter a UWM e-mail account forward mail command routing e-mail to your preferred non-UWM e-mail address.

8. Students who fail their criminal background check will be ineligible for a clinical experience placement which is a requirement for some courses. Clearance can take up to 6 weeks, so plan accordingly. Please note Registrar's Office add and drop dates for the semester as registration impacts tuition, financial aid, etc. matters. See your academic advisor if you have any concerns.

Please note: The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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CURRINS-377: Wisconsin Foundations of Reading (1 units; U )

Foundational literacy assessment and instruction for diverse learners to prepare for the Wisconsin Foundations of Reading test. Focus on reading development grades PreK-8.

Notes:
Jointly offered with and counts as repeat of EXCEDUC 377. Credti/No Credit only. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 LEC 001
55436 8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 02/01 Peters, Christie END 127  
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 02/15      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
    1 LEC 002
55437 8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 03/07 Peters, Christie END 127  
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 03/28      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Educational Policy and Community Studies
Chair: Michael Bonds, END 555 229-2256, mbonds@uwm.edu

Advising (Office of Student Services): Phone (414) 229-4721, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail soeoss@uwm.edu

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

1. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT MEET COURSE PREREQUISITES WILL BE ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED FROM THE COURSE. (See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department.)

2. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND CLASSES IN WHICH THEY ARE REGISTERED MAY BE ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST CLASS MEETING ARE SUBJECT TO THIS POLICY. (See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department.)

3. Students accepted into Educational Policy & Community Studies programs may be given priority registration for department courses for which Junior Standing is a prerequisite.

4. All official email communication between the Department of Educational Policy & Community Studies and admitted UWM students will be sent to assigned student UWM PantherMail (http://panthermail.uwm.edu). It is a student's responsibility to check her or his PantherMail email account regularly for important university and/or course related information (or to input a PantherMail 'forward mail' command routing email to another preferred non-PantherMail email address).

Please Note: The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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ED POL-626: Antiracist Education (3 units; U/G )

Comparative perspectives on racism and antiracism in society and education.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Ed Pol 579 with same topic. Prereq: jr st.
Not open to University Special Students

Comparative perspectives on racism and antiracism in society and education.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Ed Pol 579 with same topic. Prereq: jr st.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 SEM 001
50323 5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/10 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/11      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/24      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/25      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 05/01      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 05/02      
Consent required to audit.
    3 SEM 001
Graduate
53346 5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/10 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/11      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/24      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/25      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 05/01      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 05/02      
Consent required to audit.

ED POL-626G: Antiracist Education (3 units; U/G )

Comparative perspectives on racism and antiracism in society and education.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Ed Pol 579 with same topic. Prereq: jr st.
Not open to University Special Students

Comparative perspectives on racism and antiracism in society and education.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Ed Pol 579 with same topic. Prereq: jr st.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 SEM 001
50323 5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/10 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/11      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/24      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/25      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 05/01      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 05/02      
Consent required to audit.
    3 SEM 001
Graduate
53346 5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/10 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/11      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 04/24      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 04/25      
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F 05/01      
          9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 05/02      
Consent required to audit.

ED POL-650: The Civil Rights Movement in Northern Cities (3 units; U/G )

Exploration of the Civil Rights Movement in northern cities, focusing on issues such as education, housing, and politics; social and historical context for related policies.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st.

Exploration of the Civil Rights Movement in northern cities, focusing on issues such as education, housing, and politics; social and historical context for related policies.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50602 9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 03/09-04/04 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F        
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53347 9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 03/09-04/04 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F        

ED POL-650G: The Civil Rights Movement in Northern Cities (3 units; U/G )

Exploration of the Civil Rights Movement in northern cities, focusing on issues such as education, housing, and politics; social and historical context for related policies.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st.

Exploration of the Civil Rights Movement in northern cities, focusing on issues such as education, housing, and politics; social and historical context for related policies.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50602 9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 03/09-04/04 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F        
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53347 9:30 AM-5:30 PM S 03/09-04/04 Kailin, Julie END 516  
          5:00 PM-9:30 PM F        


Exceptional Education
Chair: Dr. William Keith, wmkeith@uwm.edu.

The first day of American Sign Language class is mandatory.

Advising (Office of Student Services): Phone (414) 229-4721, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail soeoss@uwm.edu The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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EXCEDUC-377: Wisconsin Foundations of Reading (1 units; U )

Foundational literacy assessment and instruction for diverse learners to prepare for the Wisconsin Foundations of Reading test. Focus on reading development grades PreK-8.

Notes:
Jointly offered with and counts as repeat of CURRINS 377. Credit/No Credit only. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 LEC 001
51431 8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 02/01-02/22 Peters, Christie ROOM TBA  
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 02/15      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
    1 LEC 002
51432 8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 03/07 Peters, Christie ROOM TBA  
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM S 03/28      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Social Work
Chair: Dr. David J. Pate, pated@uwm.edu, END 1077
Department Office: (414) 229-6526, END 1075 Forensic Sciences: Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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SOC WRK-591: Special Topics: Social Welfare and Social Work: (1 - 3 units; U )

Selected topics in social welfare and social work. Specific credits and additional prerequisites announced in Schedule of Classes whenever course is offered.

Notes:
May be retaken w/chg in topic to max of 6 cr. Prereq: jr st; satisfy English competency; one prior course in Soc Wrk recom.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Community Building and Mindfulness
    3 LEC 005
50884 9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 01/24 Davis, Deborah BOL 281  
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 01/31      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/07      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/14      
          8:00 AM-4:00 PM F 02/21      
          8:00 AM-4:00 PM S 02/22      
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM U 02/23      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/28      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 03/06      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 05/01      

SOC WRK-791: Current Topics in Social Work: (1 - 3 units; G )

Variable content course with specific topics to be announced in schedule of classes.

Notes:
May be repeated with change in topic to max of 6 cr. Prereq: grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Community Building and Mindfulness
    3 LEC 005
51360 9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 01/24 Davis, Deborah BOL 281  
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 01/31      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/07      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/14      
          8:00 AM-4:00 PM F 02/21      
          8:00 AM-4:00 PM S 02/22      
          8:00 AM-12:30 PM U 02/23      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 02/28      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 03/06      
          9:00 AM-10:50 AM F 05/01      


Sport and Recreation
Chair: Ann Swartz, END 411, 229-6080.
Contact: Nancy Nelson, Asst. Dean, nln@uwm.edu, 414-227-3123
Student Advising: NWQ, Building B, Room 6425, 414-229-2758.

NOTE: Auditors taking classes in the Klotsche Center/Pavilion will be admitted for class time only. To use the facility at other times, a membership must be purchased.

Contact the Sport & Recreation Program at 414-227-3123 or
'chs-outreach@uwm.edu' or come to END 411 if you need special
accommodations. NOTE: Students who are absent during first week of classes without instructor's permission may forfeit a place in class. Students will still be held responsible for dropping the class. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTORY/TOPICS COURSES: BMS 101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences; BMS 205(NS) Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine; BMS 232 Introduction to Nutrition; BMS 260(SS) Introduction to Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches; BMS 281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science; COMSDIS 210(SS) Survey of Communication Disorders; HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease; HS 105 (SS) Survey of the Health Professions; HCA 203(SS) Human Life Cycle; HS 222 Language of Medicine; HS 224 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; THERREC 203 Recreation as a Therapeutic Intervention, THERREC 103(HU) Introduction to Leisure
FORENSIC SCIENCES
Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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SPT&REC-289: General Recreation Activities: (1 - 2 units; U )

Topics of current interest focusing on life-long participation and skill development in general recreation and leisure activities. Credits for specific topics announced in Schedule of Classes.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Spt&Rec 290 with same topic. May be retaken w/chg in topic. Prereq: none, except as required for specific topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Riding Academy
  (FEE) 1 LEC 180
53170 5:30 PM-6:20 PM R 04/23 Blanchard, Christopher OFF CAMPUS  
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM S 04/25      
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-4:00 PM U 04/26      
  (FEE)       5:30 PM-8:30 PM M 04/27      
Add'l Special Course Fee: $361.00 (includes vehicle rental, course materials, insurance, coach fees, museum fee). Meets 5:30pm-8:30pm on Thu, 4/23 and Mon, 4/27, at Milwaukee Harley-Davidson dealership, 11310 W Silver Spring Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53225. Meets 8:00am-5:00pm on Sat, 4/25 and 8:00am-4:00pm on Sun, 4/26 at Harley-Davidson Pilgrim Road Powertrain Operations facility, W156N9000 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Fall, WI 53051.
Bicycle Road Riding
    1 LEC 340
53077 12:00 PM-3:50 PM S 03/30-05/02 Noll, Kyle NWQ G540  
Bike and helmet required. Additional class requirements TBA. Class meets on Saturdays, April 4, 18, 25 and May 2. No class April 11.
Bicycle Maintenance
    1 LEC 342
55053 11:00 AM-2:50 PM S 02/10-03/07 Noll, Kyle NWQ G540  
Bike required. Additional class requirements TBA. First day of class is February 15 and last day March 7.
Off-Road Bicycling
    1 LEC 344
53078 12:00 PM-3:50 PM U 03/30-05/07 Noll, Kyle ROOM TBA  
Bike and helmet required. Trail use fees are required for weeks 2, 3 & 4. Additional class requirements TBA. Class meets on Sundays, April 5, 19, 26 and May 3. No class April 12.

SPT&REC-294: Wilderness Adventure and Outdoor Activities: (1 - 2 units; U )

Topics of current interest focusing on life-long participation and skill development in the areas of Wilderness Adventure and Outdoors Activities. Credits for specific topics announced in Schedule of Classes.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Spt&Rec 290 with same topic. May be retaken w/chg in topic. Prereq: none, except as required for specific topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Hiking WI State Trails
  (FEE) 1 LEC 186
51478 3:00 PM-3:50 PM R 04/02 Kosmitis, E PLCH RH  
  (FEE)       9:00 AM-4:00 PM U 04/05   OFF CAMPUS  
  (FEE)       9:00 AM-4:00 PM U 04/19      
  (FEE)       9:00 AM-4:00 PM U 04/26      
Add'l Special Course Fee: $15.00. First class meets Thursday, April 2, from 3:00pm-3:50pm at Plymouth Church, Reception Hall-Lower Level, 2717 E. Hampshire Ave. One block east of Mitchell Hall on Hampshire Ave. Class trips are on Sundays, April 5, 19, and 26, 9:00am-4:00 pm. No class April 12.

SPT&REC-296: Exercise and Fitness Activities: (1 - 2 units; U )

Topics of current interest focusing on life-long participation and skill development in the area of Exercise and Fitness. Credits for specific topics announced in Schedule of Classes.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Spt&Rec 290 with same topic. May be retaken w/chg in topic. Prereq: none, except as required for specific topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Cardio Kickboxing
  (FEE) 1 LEC 119
52908 9:00 AM-10:20 AM S 01/21-05/07 Konkol, Aaron KUMC WES  
Add'l Special Course Fee: $40.00. Kenwood United Methodist Church, Wesley Hall-Basement, 2319 E. Kenwood Blvd. Across the street from Student Union. Parking not available in church lot.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
(414) 229-1122