UWPSTUDY 1010 Introduction to College Life 1 Credit

This course is designed to provide a student with some of the academic and social skills that are necessary to successfully complete their academic career. Topics include successful study skills necessary to maintain success in college level study, student rights and responsibilities, campus diversity issues, academic policies, academic advising and registration, time management, and campus resources for students.
Components: Class
GE: Entry Level requirement
Typically Offered: Fall

UWPSTUDY 1500 Lois Cooper Scholars Seminar 1 Credit

To provide support for scholars in the Lois Cooper Scholars Program. Particularly to help students explore their personal brand, to provide an opportunity to engage in service learning, to develop their professional skills, and to instill cohort identity through shared service learning and other activities.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

UWPSTUDY 2800 Special Topics 1-5 Credits

Topics will vary and be of a type that does not easily fit into normal and current departmental coverage or are multidisciplinary. Topics can also be current contemporary issues or ones that are being tested for future standing.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Spring

UWPSTUDY 3000 Liberal Arts & Education Short Term International Experience 1-3 Credits

Short-term (less than full semester) educational experience abroad. Open to any student who meets the prereqs/coreqs (if any) as determined by the sponsoring program, department, or school in the College of Liberal Arts Education. May be used to fulfill the general education requirement in international education; if taken for less than 3 credits, other credits from the approved list of courses in international education are required in order to fulfill the 3-credit general education requirement.
Components: Class
GE: International Education
Typically Offered: Occasional

UWPSTUDY 3010 Conversational American English for International Students 1 Credit

This course will help inbound international students improve their English and function productively while they pursue their studies at UW-Platteville. The course will focus primarily on American culture, including current events, holidays, and campus life. In addition students will improve their idiomatic, spoken English, and become familiar with American writing conventions.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: inbound international student or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

UWPSTUDY 3020 BILSA Short-Term International Experience 1-3 Credits

Short-term (less than full semester) educational experience abroad. Open to any student who meets the prereqs/coreqs (if any) as determined by the sponsoring program, department, or school. Course instructor must be a member of the College of Business, Industry, Life Science Agriculture. May be used to fulfill the general education requirement in international education. If taken for less than 3 credits, other credits from the approved list of courses in international education are required in order to fulfill the 3-credit general education requirement.
Components: Class
GE: International Education
Typically Offered: Occasional

UWPSTUDY 3030 EMS Short-Term International Experience 1-3 Credits

Short-term (less than full semester) educational experience abroad. Open to any student who meets the prereqs/coreqs (if any) as determined by the sponsoring program, department, or school. Course instructor must be a member of the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science. May be used to fulfill the general education requirement in international education. If taken for less than 3 credits, other credits from the approved list of courses in international education are required in order to fulfill the 3-credit general education requirement.
Components: Class
GE: International Education
Typically Offered: Occasional

UWPSTUDY 4110 The Washington Center - The LEAD Colloquium 3 Credits

This course is part of the internship series with The Washington Center. The Leadership, Engagement, Achievement, and Development (LEAD) colloquium covers topics about professionalism, leadership, engagement in both the internship setting and the professional career context. The purpose is to equip students with practical strategies for navigating their career paths well beyond the entry level of the workforce.
Components: Discussion, Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: C: UWPSTUDY 4120 and either UWPSTUDY 4660 or UWPSTUDY 4880
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

UWPSTUDY 4120 The Washington Center - Evening Topics Course 3 Credits

This course is part of the internship series with The Washington Center. Choose from a number of available courses offered by The Washington Center taught by leading professionals covering a variety of topics related to Criminal Justice and Political Science. Some courses are pre-approved, but all course selections must be cleared by the Campus Liaison(s).
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: C: UWPSTUDY 4110 and either UWPSTUDY 4660 or UWPSTUDY 4880
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

UWPSTUDY 4660 The Washington Center - Political Science Internship 9 Credits

This course is part of the internship series with The Washington Center. Internships in the Washington D.C. area enhance the educational experience through placement of a student with a governmental, non-profit, or private agency in our nation's capital. Real-world, hands-on experience in Political Science-related fields coupled with exposure to the rich and diverse cultures of the D.C metropolitan area offer students a unique experience to build practical and professional skills and contacts.
Components: Field Studies
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: Sophomore standing and Campus Liaison consent; C: UWPSTUDY 4110 and UWPSTUDY 4120
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

UWPSTUDY 4800 Interdisciplinary Special Topics 1-8 Credits

This course will focus on interdisciplinary topics. The course is to contain curriculum content from at least two disciplines (majors). The topic(s) covered will be identified in the course title. A syllabus, grading rubrics, textbooks, and assessment measures will be available during the preregistration process.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

UWPSTUDY 4880 The Washington Center - CJ Internship 9 Credits

This course is part of the internship series with The Washington Center. Internships in the Washington D.C. area enhance the educational experience through placement of a student with a governmental, non-profit, or private agency in our nation's capital. Real-world, hands-on experience in CJ-related fields coupled with exposure to the rich and diverse cultures of the D.C metropolitan area offer students a unique experience to build practical and professional skills and contacts.
Components: Field Studies
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: Junior standing, 12 upper division criminal justice credits, an accumulated GPA of 2.75, and have passed the department's writing proficiency exam; C: UWPSTUDY 4110 and UWPSTUDY 4120
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer