Human Relations Requirements

Find your major and then scroll down to view the courses required to meet the Human Relations Requirement. If you have met ALL required courses for human relations for your major (meaning taken each class and received a "C" or better on your transcript), please contact the Office of Field Experiences (fieldexperiences@uww.edu or Winther Hall Room 2040 or 262.472.1123) to have it cleared. This is a REQUIREMENT for licensure. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to make sure this is complete.

If EDFOUND 243/710 is transferred to UW-W, and it did not include information described in Code Point 1, you must take EDFOUND 498 Contemporary Indian Issues. Contact the Educational Foundations Dept. if you have questions.

Curriculum & InstructionSpecial EducationC&I and Special EducationHPERC
CODE POINT Majors
MC-EA
EA-A (English, Science, Social Studies, Math)
EC-A (Art, Music, Theatre, Foreign Language, Business Educ.)
Majors
CC:CDCC:LD/EBD 
Major
Early Childhood (Dual Licensure)
Major
EC-A
Physical Education
1. The history, cultures & tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes & bands located in Wisconsin. EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 498 (Contemporary Indian Issues) EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 498 (Contemporary Indian Issues) orSPECED 766 EDUINDP 212 EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 498 (Contemporary Indian Issues)
2. The history, culture & contributions of women and various racial, cultural, language & economic groups in the United States. EDFOUND 243/710 EDFOUND 243/710or SPECED 766 EDUINDP 212 and 
EDUINDP 211
EDFOUND 243/710
3. The philosophical and psychological bases of attitude development & change. EDFOUND 243/710 EDFOUND 243/710or SPECED 766 EDUINDP 213 EDFOUND 243/710
4. The psychological and social implications of discrimination, especially racism & sexism in American Society. EDFOUND 243/710 EDFOUND 243/710or SPECED 766 EDUINDP 212 EDFOUND 243/710
5. Evaluating & assessing the forces of discrimination, especially racism & sexism on faculty, students, curriculum, instruction, & assessment in the school program. EDFOUND 243/710 EDFOUND 243/710or SPECED 766 EDUINDP 212 and 
SPECED 461 and 
EDUINDP 333
EDFOUND 243/710
6. Minority group relations through direct involvement with various racial, cultural, language & economic groups in the U.S. EDFNDPRC 210 EDFNDPRC 210 or SPECED 766 EDUINDP 214 EDFNDPRC 210
7. Resolving conflicts between pupils & school staff. One course as required for major. See List A below. [SPECED 360/560 or 440/640and
SPECED 458/658 and
SPECED 466/666] or SPECED 766EBD: Also SPECED 450/650
EDUINDP 212 and 
EDUINDP 321 and 
EDUINDP 453
PEPROF 400
8. Assisting pupils in learning methods of resolving conflicts between pupils & between pupils and staff, including training in the use of peer mediation to resolve conflicts between pupils. One course as required for major. See List A below. [SPECED 360/560 or 440/640and
SPECED 458/658 and
SPECED 466/666] or SPECED 766EBD: Also SPECED 450/650 
EDUINDP 212 and 
EDUINDP 321 and 
EDUINDP 453
PEPROF 400
9. Dealing with crises, including violent, disruptive, potentially violent or potentially disruptive situations that may arise in school or activities supervised by school staff as a result of conflicts between pupils or between pupils and other persons. One course as required for major. See List A below. [SPECED 360/560 or 440/640and
SPECED 458/658 and
SPECED 466/666] or SPECED 766EBD: Also SPECED 450/650 
EDUINDP 321 PEPROF 400

LIST A

MAJOR REQUIRED COURSE
MC-EA (1-8) ELEMMID 363
EC-A: Business SECNDED 442 or SECNDED 444
EC-A: Music ELEMMID 434 or ELEMMID 437 or CIGENRL 452 or SECNDED 438
EC-A: Art SECNDED 423
EC-A: Theatre SECNDED 434
EC-A: Foreign Language SECNDED 427
EA-A: English SECNDED 426
EA-A: Mathematics SECNDED 428
EA-A: Science SECNDED 429
EA-A: Social Studies SECNDED 430

 

Communicative DisordersCounselor EducationSchool PsychologySchool Business Management
CODE POINT        
1. The history, cultures & tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes & bands located in Wisconsin. EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 460/690 (Contemporary Indian Issues) COUNSED 741 EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 460/690 (Contemporary Indian Issues) EDFOUND 243/710 or EDFOUND 460/690 (Contemporary Indian Issues)
2. The history, culture & contributions of women and various racial, cultural, language & economic groups in the United States . EDFOUND 243/710 COUNSED 741 EDFOUND 243/710 SCHBUSMG 781
3. The philosophical and psychological bases of attitude development & change. EDFOUND 243/710 COUNSED 736 and COUNSED 741 EDFOUND 710 and PSYCH 624 SCHBUSMG 781
4. The psychological and social implications of discrimination, especially racism & sexism in American Society. EDFOUND 243/710 COUNSED 741 EDFOUND 710 SCHBUSMG 781
5. Evaluating & assessing the forces of discrimination, especially racism & sexism on faculty, students, curriculum, instruction, & assessment in the school program. EDFOUND 243/710 COUNSED 741 EDFOUND 710 SCHBUSMG 781
6. Minorty group relations through direct involvement with various racial, cultural, language & economic groups in the U.S. COMDIS 210 COUNSED 743 and COUNSED 745 and COUNSED793 and COUNSED 795 PSYCH 793 and PSYCH 795 SCHBUSMG 778
7. Resolving conflicts between pupils & school staff. COMDIS 450 or COMDIS 460/660 COUNSED 738and COUNSED 743 and COUNSED 745 and COUNSED793 and COUNSED 795 PSYCH 620 or PSYCH 766 or PSYCH 793 SCHBUSMG 781
8. Assisting pupils in learning methods of resolving conflicts between pupils & between pupils and staff, including training in the use of peer mediation to resolve conflicts between pupils. COMDIS 450 or COMDIS 460/660 COUNSED 738and COUNSED 743 and COUNSED 745 and COUNSED 751 and COUNSED793 and COUNSED 795 PSYCH 620 or PSYCH 766 or PSYCH 793 SCHBUSMG 781
9. Dealing with crises, including violent, disruptive, potentially violent or potentially disruptive situations that may arise in school or activities supervised by school staff as a result of conflicts between pupils or between pupils and other persons. COMDIS 450 or COMDIS 460/660 COUNSED 738and COUNSED 743 and COUNSED 745 and COUNSED 751 and COUNSED793 and COUNSED 795 PSYCH 620 or PYSCH 680 or PSYCH 766 or PSYCH 793 SCHBUSMG 781