act! Course Requirements
|Course Number||EDU 201||EDU 211*||EDU 300||EDU 230||Reading 435|
|Concepts/Issues & Field Experience||Act! Orientation||The Exceptional Individual||Educational Psychology||Adolescent Literacy Methods|
|Term(s) Offered||Fall & Spring||Winterim Summer||Fall, Spring, & Summer
||Fall, Spring & Summer||Spring
|Credits||3 UWC||1 UWC||3 UWC||3 UWC||4 UWO|
|Course is offered||Face-2-Face in classroom setting only||Face-2-Face in classroom setting only||Face-2-Face
Full time 18 weeks
10 UWO Credits
|Fall applications due March 1st and Spring applications due October 1st|
Experience and non-course requirements*Covered in EDU 211 act! Orientation
- Technology Component
- Speech Component
- Conflict Resolution Component
- Ethnic Studies Component
Content Courses based on need and review of transcript
Evidence of competency may include
- Life experience documentation
- Prior course work documentation
- On-line courses
All students must complete the coursework at either UW-Fox Valley or UW-Oshkosh that satisfies requirements for the UW-Oshkosh Math major (39 credits). This may be satisfied through prior learning credit, transfer credit, or courses taken at UW-Oshkosh.
All students must complete the coursework at either UW-Fox or UW-Oshkosh that satisfies requirements for the UW-Oshkosh Broadfield Natural Science major (54 credits). This may be satisfied through prior learning credit, transfer credit, or courses taken at UW-Oshkosh. The Broadfield Natural Science includes a minor in one of the following: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Earth Science or Physics; 14 credits in a second subject, 8 credits in two additional areas, and electives sufficient to meet the 54 credit requirement.
Refer to the UW System Transfer Information System to verify equivalency of any courses take at UW-Fox Valley to satisfy those requirements.