University-wide Courses


Office of the Provost

University-wide courses are interdisciplinary courses designed to address a variety of topics.  These courses are generally open to all students, however, students should consult with their academic advisor.

Courses University-Wide (UWP)

UWP 111 Freshman Seminar 1 cr

Prereq: None. Freq: Fall, Spring.
Provides   undecided/undeclared   students an overview of many topics related to successful academic careers at UW-Parkside. Includes instruction on study skills, test taking strategies, an overview of student services provides on campus and how to effectively use them, and specific information on majors, colleges, and career/educational planning.

UWP 293 Career Development and Practicum 1-2 cr

Prereq: Consent of instructor. Freq: Fall, Spring.

Develops a broad, interdisciplinary perspective on career development and planning. Integrates academic studies with professional work experience in an internshipor experiential opportunity.


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