2018-2019 Catalog

Publication date June 2018

Social Studies Education Minor (Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence)

The social studies minor provides teacher candidates with a broad exposure and study of the fields broadly associated social studies. Candidates take courses from a variety of departments to investigate areas including archeology, economics, history, geography, political science, and sociology. Candidates also investigate local cooperatives and how they operate.

(Middle childhood-early adolescence)

25 credits

Core
ARC 100Archaeology: Discovering Our Past3
ECO 110Microeconomics and Public Policy3
EFN 200Cooperatives1
GEO 110World Cultural Regions3
HIS 210Survey of the United States3
POL 101American National Government3
POL 102State and Local Government3
SOC 202Contemporary Global Issues3
Wisconsin history elective
Select three credits of the following:3
Wisconsin History
Public Education in Wisconsin and America
La Crosse Wisconsin in World History
Total Credits25
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