The Making of Modern Europe 1500
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academic achievement significantly more competitive than these minimum requirements 24 transferable semester credits excluding AP and other test credit transfer students are not accepted at the freshman level Algebra one year high school or equivalent Plane geometry one year high school or equivalent must be regular collegeetrack not lower track such as modified basic or informal College preparatory math one year high school or a college level course Single foreign language two high school years or two college semesters Academic Course Preparation Competitive academic course work will include Breadth English composition collegeelevel math science social science humanitiesliterae ture and if appropriate foreign language Increasing level of difficulty Course rigor approprie ate for continued study at UWeMadison Appropriate preparation for major Grades and GPA Most transfer students admitted in recent years have a cumulative GPA of at least 30 on a 40 scale However students with a strong 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talents who bring signifie cant extracurricular or employment experiences and those who give of themselves and will enrich our campus community While none academic factors will strengthen a good application they will never make an academically weak applie cant admissible Application Process and Deadlines You can apply for transfer admis sion beginning September 15 We use rolling admissions reviewing complete applications in the order received All complete applications received by the dates indicated below will receive equal consider ation for admission Applications received after these dates will be considered only if space is available FallSummer Terms February 1 Spring Term October 1 Admission to Majors All students are initially admitted to the university and not into specific programs and majors Admission to the university does not guarantee admission into a specific major pro gram or college In all cases admis sion to intended majors requires a separate procedure application andor 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financial assistance to help meet the difference between their resources and the cost of college Each year 60 percent of Wisconsin undergraduates receive financial assistance totaling 163 million Awards are based on demonstrate ed financial need and in recogni7 tion of academic merit athletic ability and artistic talent Aid comes in three forms Scholarships and Grants which do not need to be repaid Loans which are generally based on financial need and have to be repaid WorkStudy which provides aid in exchange for work Scholarships Wisconsin offers hundreds of scholi arships each year in recognition of academic achievement athletic ability and artistic talent View our Guide to Undergraduate Scholarships online at wwwfinaidwiscedu for detailed information on the scholarship programs available to incoming freshmen Also keep in mind that there are a great many other sources of scholarship and grant money including business and professional groups service organizations churches and alum ni 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selfeconfidence and often a life passion This is a vital element of the college s educa tional mission to produce future leaders Admission Students may declare their intent to major in the College of Letters and Science as early as their first semester Some majors require an admission process For information visit the Undergraduate Catalog at wwwwiscedupu bsug Please note The School of Music requires auditions during the winter prior to admission For deadlines and com plete application information visit wwwmusicwiscedu Curriculum The College of Letters and Science provides a broad education that encompasses the arts and humanie ties social sciences and natural sciences In addition to elective courses students take courses to meet UWeMadison s general edue cation and ethnic studies require ments Major and certificate pro grams provide focused programs of specialized work in a major or field of study Most bachelor s degree programs require a minimum of 120 degree credits Special Opportunities FirstYear Interest Groups FIGs are groups of 20 firsteyear students who live in the same residence hall or residential neighborhood and enroll together in a cluster of three classes that are organized around a common theme Learn more at wwwlssaawiscedufigs Honors Program The Letters and Science Honors Program pro vides an enriched undergraduate curriculum advising services grants and scholarships and serviceelearne ing opportunities Students admit ted to the program pursue the Honors in the Liberal Arts Honors in the Major or Comprehensive Honors Degree Learn more at wwwhonorslswiscedu World Languages Literatures and Cultures The college s lane guage and literature departments teach more than 60 world lane guages literatures and cultures Letters and Science is also home to 11 centers devoted to the study of world regions Learn more at wwwlanguageinstitutewiscedu Undergraduate Research Letters and Science faculty and staff mentor students in undergradue ate research arranged through organized programs such as the Undergraduate Research Scholars Pathways Scholars and the Letters and Science Honors Program through various campus pro grams and through individual studies and projects College of Agricultural and Life Sciences wwwcalswiscedu Majors 24 The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences CALS is considered to be one of the finest colleges of its type in the United States Bachelor of Science degrees are awarded in agrie cultural sciences international agrie culture and natural resources natural resources natural sciences agriculture al business management biological systems engineering dietetics and landscape architecture Graduates of the college pursue careers in business and industry biotechnology fields technical services teaching commu nication conservation and recreation human nutrition and public service Many CALS students go on to pure sue graduate degrees in medicine and veterinary medicine Admission Students can declare their interest in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences on their application for admission to UWeMadison Enrollment is limited in two majors landscape architecture and biologie cal systems engineering Transfer admission is available although students must complete their final 30 degree credits as CALS students Curriculum Curricula and graduation require ments vary across the college s 8 degree programs and 26 majors The CALS curriculum is flexible by design though all bachelor s degree candidates must complete credits in math written and oral communica tions chemistry economics ethnic studies humanities social sciences biological science physical science and international studies Additional minimum degree requirements vary by program Special Opportunities Capstone Learning Experience All CALS students complete the Capstone Learning Experience This experience is unique in each major and allows students to integrate the knowledge acquired during their academic program Faculty members serve as mentors Honors Program Students in the CALS Honors Program participate in specialized courses design and conduct independent research and collaborate with faculty mentors Incoming freshmen may apply for the honors program upon meeting specific high school GPA andor testescore requirements Visit wwwcalswiscedustudents honors for more information Student Organizations There are more than 30 student organizations sponsored by the college Examples include the Agricultural and Life Sciences Student Council Badger Crops Club Badger Dairy Club Collegiate FFA Horticulture Society PreAVeterinary Association and the Undergraduate Genetics Club Wisconsin School of Business wwwbuswiscedu Majo rs 10 The Wisconsin School of Business undergraduate program is consise tently ranked among the top 15 in the nation Most recently US News amp World Report ranked the overall undergraduate business pro gram number 12 with real estate ranked second and insurance third Admission Prospective business majors typical ly complete their freshman year in the College of Letters and Science before applying to enter the Wisconsin School of Business their sophomore year To be eligible for admission students must complete the prescribed prebusiness curricue um This includes courses in come munications mathematics ecoi nomics and psychology Students apply to the undergraduate pro gram at the beginning of the term during which they will complete I 24 credits or more in residence at UW7Madison and 2 all pref business requirements This typi7 cally takes place at the end of their freshman year Admission decisions are based on a holistic application review which includes academic performance at UW7Madison and life experiences shared in an essay Transfer Admission To be considered for admission transfer students must complete the prebusiness curriculum requirements including classes in communications economics psychology and math ematics and have completed 24 or more credits Curriculum The Bachelor of Business Administration degree program is based on a broad educational foundation combined with courses in business and economics A mini mum of 120 credits is required for graduation including 52 credits in business and economics courses 52 credits in courses other than business and economics and 16 elective credits Special Opportunities Business Scholars Program The Business Scholars Program is avail able to outstanding Wisconsin high school students who intend to major in business Incoming freshmen receive financial scholar ships and enhanced opportunities for academic challenge and career development Business Honors in the Liberal Arts BHLA The BHLA program provides business majors who have been admitted to the Honors in the Liberal Arts HLA program UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON 35 through the College of Letters and Science the opportunity to con tinue taking honors course work in the School of Business Students pursuing this scholarly route com bine 24 credits of honors courses in the liberal arts and business Study Abroad Close to 35 percent of business students study abroad The school offers more than 20 semester and summer overseas study programs with locations in Hong Kong Singapore Denmark England Italy Spain France Australia Argentina and more Student Organizations There are more than 30 School of Business student organizations including the International Business Student Association the Actuarial Science Club the Finance and Investment Society the Investment Banking Club and numerous academic honor societies In fact every major has an affiliated student organization School of Education wwweducationwiscedu Majors 33 As one of the most respected education schools in the nation Wisconsin s School of Education prepares students in a variety of disciplines and for a range of professional roles including art ist teacher and therapist Majors include teacher education in many subjects and at various levels as well as art dance kinesiology and rehabilitation psychology Admission Students can declare their intent to major in the School of Education as incoming freshmen at which time most begin with a preprofese sionaI designation After two or three years of course work students apply for admission to their desired professional program eg elemeni 36 VIEWBOOK 20 tary education kinesiology Most programs limit enrollment and admission is competitive based on a variety of criteria such as GPA an admission essay credits earned and test scores Freshmen interested in art or dance are admitted directly into the professional program though admittance as a dance major also requires an audition Transfer Admission Students wishing to transfer directly into a professional pro gram must submit an application to the School of Education in addie tion to the university s application for admission Because program admission policies and procedures vary prospective transfer stu7 dents should contact Education Academic Services to learn more about transfer admission require ments application deadlines and prerequisite course work Visit wwweducationwiscedueas to learn more or phone 6082627 1651 to make an appointment with an academic advisor Curriculum All School of Education programs require a minimum of 120 credits for graduation It may take five years to complete many teacher education programs Specific degree requirements and course work vary by program area You can consult the Undergraduate Catalog at wwwwiscedupubsug for details Special Opportunities Field Experiences for Teacher Education Programs Field experiences are a critical part of UWiMadison s teacher education programs Certification requires at least one preestudent teach ing practicum and a full semester of student teaching and most program areas provide additional time in the schools Students interested in student teaching abroad may participate in the International Student Teaching Program Certificate Programs Certificates in dance 26 credits educational policy studies 15 credits and global perspectives 21 credits are available to all students Minority Student Services The school provides recruitment retene tion outreach and advising service es to students of color Scholarships and other sources of financial assis tance are available College of Engineering wwwengrwiscedu Majors 13 Highequality instruction inspiring classmates innovative research intensive course work stateeofethee art facilities and wellesupported extracurricular activities The College of Engineering offers all of these benefits and resources and for this reason is a world leader in engineering education Admission Students can specify engineering as their intended program of study when they apply to Wisconsin and upon admission begin with an EGR classification At the end of the first year of UW course work students with 24 or more credits who meet other admission requirements apply to enter their desired engineering department eg biomedical engineering To enter an engineering department students must have at least a 25 GPA in core calculus and science classes 24 degree credits and the necessary college English require ment in addition to other criteria Admission is limited by program capacity and may be competitive Transfer Admission The Engineering General Resources Office will help interested trans fer students plan an educational program give advice on trans fer policies and discuss degree requirements Please contact the advising office at 60826272473 or egradvisorengrwiscedu for more information Curriculum Course work and degree require ments vary by program though all engineering students complete one year of a combination of college level math and basic sciences one and a half years of engineering top ics both engineering sciences and engineering design and a general education component Consult the Undergraduate Catalog at wwwwiscedupubsug for details Special Opportunities Study Abroad The college offers semester and yearlong study abroad programs at leading engineering schools in Australia Chile England France Germany Hong Kong Japan Mexico Spain Sweden and other countries Diversity Affairs Office The Diversity Affairs Office DAO pro vides academic and career support to traditionally underrepresented students in the science and engie neering professions DAO offers summer engineering programs for high school students academic advising and support financial assistance mentor programs and professional development oppore tunities Phone 60826277764 to learn more Engineering Honors in the Liberal Arts The Engineering Honors in the Liberal Arts program allows select higheability students with broad academic interests to take challenging background courses in the liberal arts Eligible high school seniors should apply by March I to receive full consideration Please visit wwwengrwiscedu for application information and materials School of Human Ecology wwwso hewiscedu Majo rs 10 The School of Human Ecology focuses on how individuals groups and families interact with their material and social surroundings Program areas include consumer science environment textiles and design family and consumer communications and human development and family studies Graduates are prepared for careers in economics and personal finance merchandising retail management interior design apparel design non profit management human services community organizing and family and human development Admission Students are encouraged to enter the School of Human Ecology as freshmen At the latest students should apply to a human ecology major by the start of junior year A separate application process is required for entry into the profes sional sequence of courses in the interior design and textile and apparel design majors Freshmen enter these programs with preprofessional classification and are eligible to apply to the pro fessional programs after satisfactoe rily completing prerequisites Transfer Admission The Student Academic Affairs Office within the school will help interested transfer students plan an educational program offer advice on transfer procedures and discuss degree requirements Phone the office at SOB26272608 for more information Curriculum The Bachelor of Science degrees offered by the School of Human Ecology require a total of 124 cred its for graduation Specific course work varies by major but generally includes classes in math and com munication social science natural science and humanities in addie tion to human ecology electives and eight or more courses within the major area of study Special Opportunities Prospective Student Visits To meet an advisor tour the School of Human Ecology or sit in on a class phone SOS26272608 Honors Program Students in the School of Human Ecology Honors Program enroll in honors courses and complete an honors thesis in collaboration with members of the faculty Incoming freshmen in the top 10 percent of their high school class or who have a GPA of at least 33 can apply for the honors program Please visit wwwsohewiscedu for application information Study at the Fashion Institute of Technology Students in the textile and apparel design major can spend their final year of study at New York s Fashion Institute of Technology participating in the visiting student program Gallery of Design The Gallery of Design is located in the Human Ecology Building Exhibits feature the work of students in the texe tile apparel and interior design programs as well as that of faculty members and leading designers in the field Internships An extensive intern ship program is available for interested students Contact the Student Academic Affairs Office at SOB26272608 for additional information UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON School of Medicine and Public Health wwwmedwiscedu Majors 2 The School of Medicine and Public Health SMPH offers two under graduate majors clinical laboratory science and physician assistant Students in the clinical laboratory science program select from two optionsimedical technology or cytotechnologyiand are trained to provide accurate reliable laboe ratory tests for monitoring health and diagnosing and treating dis ease Students in the physician assistant program are prepared to become health providers who deliver comprehensive preventive and therapeutic health care as deli egated by a supervising physician There is not an official premed program or major at Wisconsin A variety of undergraduate programs provide excellent background for medical school application includ ing clinical laboratory science and numerous majors in the College of Letters and Science and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Admission Students intending to major in clinical laboratory science enter the university with a preprofessional classification The preprofessional academic course component takes a minimum of two years four semesters to complete The profes sional component is a twoeyear pro gram There is no limit to the nume ber of qualified students who may follow the preprofessional curricula However enrollment in the profes sional program is limited competie tive and requires an application for admission Applicants are selected based on academic performance in preprofessional course work The physician assistant program is planning a professional master s 38 VIEWBOOK 20 degree that will require a bachelor s degree and completion of certain prerequisites Although the date of implementation is uncertain stue dents will no longer be admitted with the preprofessional classifica tion We anticipate the final profes sional class leading to a bachelor s degree will be admitted for the summer of 2009 but encourage interested students to visit www physicianassistantwiscedu for cur rent information Program advisors will be available to help students plan for application to the profes sional program Transfer Admission The SMPH Office of Student Services and Admissions will help interested transfer students plan an educational program offer advice on transfer procedures and discuss degree requirements Contact the office at 6082637 6800 Please note a separate application is required for both the physician assistant and clinical laboratory science programs Curriculum The preprofessional course work for both SMPH undergraduate majors consists of 54 credit hours of course work to include 12 cred its of natural science 6 of humanie ties 6 of social science and 3 of ethnic studies as well as program electives and English foreign lan guage and math Course work in the majors varies by program and includes classes in immunology anatomy zoology medical genete ics bacteriology and more Special Opportunity Clinical Laboratory Science Cytotechnology Internship The final year of the clinical laboratory science cytotechnology degree is a izemonth clinical internship that includes a summer session School of Nursing wwwsonwiscedu Majors 1 The goal of the bachelor of science program is to foster the professional skill critical thinking and compase sion that together form the founda tion of contemporary nursing The program provides a basis for pro gressing to positions of increased responsibility and leadership and to undertaking graduate study in nurs ing Nursing is an excellent career choice for those who want to work in the health care profession Admission Freshmen interested in majoring in nursing are admitted to the univer sity with the prenursing classifica tion Most students apply to the nursing program during the second term of their sophomore year for the following fall A separate appli7 cation is required Enrollment is limited and admission to the nurs ing program is competitive Factors considered during application review are academic performance pattern and trend of grades course es taken admission essay extracure ricular activities and work experie ence related to health care Transfer Admission Students wishing to transfer directly into the nursing program must submit an application to the School of Nursing in addition to the uni versity s application for admission The nursing program application is available after October 1 and the deadline is February 1 Admission to the nursing program is available for the fall term only Go online to wwwsonwiscedu for information and application materials oryou can phone 60826375202 to make an appointment with an academic advbon Curriculum The nursing curriculum has three major components general educa tion nursing practice and electives The general education component includes courses in the natural and biological sciences humanities and social studies The majority of these requirements are met in the first two years of study The nurs ing component junior and senior years includes lectures laboratory and clinical courses Elective courses in general education and nursing permit students to pursue individual interests Students have the oppor tunity to complete the nursing com ponent either on the UW7Madison campus or at the Western Campus in La Crosse Wis Clinical experi ences are offered in hospital settings and in community health agencies Special Opportunities Honors Program The School of Nursing Honors Program offers enriched course work and research involvement as well as the oppore tunity to develop a mentoring relationship with a member of the nursing faculty Students apply to the honors program when they are admitted to the nursing program Early Entry PhD Option This innovative program is designed for undergraduates interested in pursuing research careers Working with a faculty advisory commit tee students plan individualized programs of study integrating intensive research training clinical practice and required and recom7 mended course work Baccalaureate Option RN to BS Registered nurses who would like to earn a Bachelor of Science degree can enroll in the RN to BS program BSNHome which is offered via the Internet Minority Student Services The School of Nursing is committed to increasing the representation of minority students within the school and throughout the nursing profession Scholarships and finan cial aid opportunities are available School of Pharmacy wwwpharmacywiscedu Prog ra ms 2 Established in 1883 the UWeMadison School of Pharmacy is Wisconsin s only pharmacy school and is consistently ranked among the best in the nation The professional Doctor of Pharmacy PharmD program prepares stue dents for licensure as registered pharmacists and is designed to keep pace with the rapid changes taking place in health care Our curriculum is based on course work designed to help students develop skills in counseling patients planning drug therapies determining dosage and preparing medication In addition to the PharmD program the School of Pharmacy offers the foureyear bachelor s degree in pharmacology and toxicology The pharmacology and toxicology curriculum teaches students about the principles by which chemicals affect the health of humans and animals either adversely as toxins or beneficially as therapeutic agents This bachelor s degree does not lead to licensure as a registered pharmacist Graduates are prepared for entryelevel posie tions in the pharmaceutical and bio technological industries graduate school in biomedical fields profes sional school education medicine law veterinary medicine dentistry positions in government regula tory agencies research labs and research in academic institutions Course work leading to master s and doctoral degrees is also offered by the School of Pharmacy TransferLevel Preparation For the PharmD program specie fied collegeelevel preparatory course work and a total of at least 62 credits are required For the BS7Pharmacology and Toxicology program specified collegeelevel preparatory course work and a total of at least 60 credits are required Visit wwwpharmacywiscedu for more information Students interested in School of Pharmacy programs should send an email to pharminfopharmacywiscedu or phone SOB26276234 for upetoe date information about admission criteria and application procedures and for assistance in planning appropriate and balanced academe ic programs Admission Notes Prospective Students Students who still need to complete their pref School of Pharmacy course require ments for admission to either the BS7Pharmacology and Toxicology program or the Pharm D program must apply for undergraduate admission through the UWeMadison Office of Admissions The comple tion of preeSchool of Pharmacy course requirements for admission does not guarantee later admission to the School of Pharmacy as admis sion is very competitive BS Pharmacology and Toxicology Applicants Transfer students who have completed or who are in the final stage of come pleting preepharmacology and toxicology course requirements for admission must submit both 1 an admission application to the School of Pharmacy and 2 a separate undergraduate applica tion to the UWeMadison Office of Admissions The postmark dead line for all application materials is February 1 Complete application instructions are available online at wwwpharmacywiscedu Admission takes place for the fall term only UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON 39 PharmD Applicants Transfer stue dents who have completed or who are in the final stage of completing the preePharmD course require ments for admission must apply directly to the School of Pharmacy The School of Pharmacy PharmD application does not qualify applicants to be considered for admission to other majors at UWeMadison for such consid eration applicants must submit an undergraduate application to the UWeMadison Office of Admissions The postmark applie cation deadline for all applica tion materials except Pharmacy College Admission Test scores is December 1 The School of Pharmacy application is avail able at wwwpharmacywiscedu Preference for admission to the PharmD program is given to qualified Wisconsin residents a maximum of 10 percent of any new PharmD class may be nonresidents Admission takes place for the fall term only Special Opportunities Minority Affairs The Minority Affairs Program in Pharmacy MAPP is open to all School of Pharmacy students and to all students who share an interest in diversity issues For more informa tion phone 60826277434 Discovery Days The school hosts two Discovery Days on campus during the spring semester These informational programs provide high school juniors and seniors col lege students and returning adults with the opportunity to learn more about pharmacy education and careers For more information and to request registration materials visit wwwpharmacywiscedu UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS College of Agricultural ciences Agricultural and Applied Economics Agricultural Business a emen Agricultural Education Agricultural Journalism gronom Animal Sciences Biochemistn Biological Systems Engineering Biology Dain Science Forest Science Genetics Horticulture Individual Major Landscape Architecture Microbiolog Nutritional Sciences Recreation Resources nagemen Rural Sociology Soil Science 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