UW-Fox Valley provides courses in the following academic disciplines. Select one to learn more about courses offered, faculty profiles and other information.
Academic Program Descriptions
AIS 101 Introduction to American Indian Studies 3 cr
An interdisciplinary introduction to the history, culture, and sovereignty of American Indians through the disciplines of Anthropology, Business, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology. The course focuses on Wisconsin Indians, meeting the requirements of Wisconsin Act 31. SS/ES/IS
AIS 227 Multicultural Business 3 cr
(Same as BUS 227.) Examines business topics requiring an understanding of culture. Includes cultural diversity in the workplace and the experiences of minorities in business. SS/ES
AIS 242 The American Indian in Literature and Film 3 cr
(Same as ENG 242.) This course will provide a cross-disciplinary exploration of the images of American Indians and their relevance to American society in film, literary, and historical texts. Prereq: ENG 101 or consent of instructor. HU/ES
AIS 308 Archaeology North America 3 cr
(Same as ANT 308.) Main pre-Columbian cultures north of Mexico. Includes evidence for cultural developments and diversity of cultural groups. Prereq: previous anthropology course or cons. instr. SS/ES
INT 290 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies 1-3 cr
Interdisciplinary courses designed to help students learn to integrate knowledge from across the curriculum. Includes investigation of the multiple dimensions of the given subject by applying the content, methods and assumptions of two or more disciplines as presented by instructors from those disciplines.