University-Wide Learning (UWL) - Courses
+ next to a course number indicates a general education course
+UWL 100 Cr.1
First Year Student Seminar
Students in this course will individually and collaboratively pursue the question "What does it mean to be an educated person?" Consideration of this question will include exploration of the skills, habits of mind, and environments necessary for a lifetime of learning. Specifically, students will consider the college experience as an opportunity to become a more educated person, and the strategies and practices that will assist students in taking full advantage of a University of Wisconsin-La Crosse education. The course will focus on various elements of college success, including study skills, community building, and meaningful academic experiences. Offered Fall.
UWL 300 Cr.3-16
International Study Abroad
Resident study for an extended term at an approved university or other institution of higher education outside the United States. International study programs are available in virtually all major fields and in more than 50 countries around the world. Admission requirements, prerequisite, and costs vary. Complete information is available from the UWL Office of International Education & Engagement. Upon satisfactory completion of course work abroad, appropriate credits are entered upon the student’s permanent record. Offered Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer.