Please note that the online calendar does not always match up with the on-campus calendar. Also, course sequences are subject to change, so continue to refer to the calendar for your cohort. Also, please be aware that courses with section numbers 411 and 412 are reserved for the online students; those numbered 431 are for the River Falls cohort; and those numbered 01, 02, etc. are for the on-campus cohort.
*You must apply for graduation immediately after you register for your final semester at UWL.
Note: on-campus courses will be section 01.Fall 1 - 12 credits
Spring 1 - 13 credits
Fall 2 - 10 credits
Spring 2 - 10 credits
Spring 2016 720 Options:
Note: SAA 720's are offered online and will follow the online calendar dates
SAA 720, section 411: Community & Technical Colleges Forty percent of undergraduate students are enrolled in two-year institutions, and many of those in four-year institutions started in a two-year program. Are you ready to serve them? Learn about how student affairs might look different (or not) at this institutional type and connect with NASPA's Community College Division to broaden your perspective(s).
SAA 720, section 412: Critical Theories To increase your social justice and inclusion competency, consider learning more about critical theories (critical pedagogy, hi hop pedagogy, critical race theory, feminist theories, queer theories, red pedagogy, trans*theories) and their application in student affairs.
SAA 720, section 413: Disability Issues ADA, ADHD, ASD, ESA, IDEA, IEP, UDL. If you don't yet know what these acronyms mean, perhaps you want to learn more about disabilities, policies and laws related to inclusion and accommodation, and strategies to provide accessible learning environments for all students.
SAA 720, section 414: Latina/o College Students in Higher Education Latina/o students are now the largest racial/ethnic minoritized group in higher education (2 year and 4 year institutions). Gain a greater understanding of how Latina/o students experience higher education and how you can best support their leadership development. This course examines the Latina/o college experience through institutional contexts (large research universities, private colleges, community colleges, HWIs, HSIs, etc.) and intra-institutional contexts (classrooms, cultural organizations, student government, learning communities, etc.).
SAA 720, section 415: Student Conduct & Judicial Affairs Student conduct has changed drastically over time. How do campuses resolve academic and non-academic misconduct? How do compliance issues factor in to our response? How do we know whether our policies and enforcement perpetuate racial inequities and other forms of bias?
Summer 1: 2014 - 6 credits
Summer 1: 2015 - 6 credits
2015-2017 SAA at UWRF:
Fall 1: 2015 - 12 credits
Spring 1: 2016 - 10 credits
Fall 2: 2016 - 10 credits
Spring 2: 2017 - 10 credits
Please note the following UWL Graduate Studies policies: