Math and English
You must complete a sequence of courses ending with ENGL 101 and MATH 102, Math 103 or MATH 111 before completing 60 credits. Where you start in the sequence is determined by the Wisconsin Placement Exam unless you have satisfactory transfer credit.
General education courses give you an opportunity to broaden your horizons and learn about topics that you may not have otherwise discovered. To fulfill the general education requirement, you'll complete a minimum of 36 general education credits from the Humanities and the Arts, Social and Behavioral, and Natural Sciences.
All students in the UW System must complete two semesters of foreign language, or the equivalent of two semesters of one foreign language. The foreign language requirement can be met through other methods, which are outlined in the academic catalog.
Keep an eye out for courses with a DV designation. You'll need to complete one 3-credit course dealing with issues of race and ethnicity within the United States. Courses that meet the ethnic diversity requirement may also fulfill a general education requirement.
Everyone who earns a bachelor's degree has at least one major. You'll need to compelete all of the requirements specific to your major. If you have more than one major, you'll need to complete requirements for both.
Minimum Number of Credits
You must complete 120 credits of college work. This must include 36 credits in courses numbered 300 or above, and a minimum of 30 credits of your last 60 credits must be completed at Parkside. Depending on your program(s), you might take more than 120 credits.
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