COMM 528: Communication Conflict Resolution - This course provides a communications perspective of the nature and possible methods of resolution of conflict. Summer session dates: June 15-July 3, 2020
COMM 624: Cross Cultural Communication - Study of cross cultural contacts and interactions when individuals are from different cultures. An analysis of verbal and nonverbal communication and related factors within and between various cultures, predictions of patterns and effects, and communication barriers. Offered twice this summer! Summer session dates: May 26-June 13, 2020 OR July 27-August 14, 2020.
ENG 696: Central Concepts in Composition - Writing is a complicated venture that takes various forms depending on purpose, audience, etc. But, there is also a science to how and why writing happens. This course will introduce you to foundational and current theories of composition/writing to enhance your writing abilities and, if you are an educator, enhance your ability to teach writing. July 6-24, 2020.
ENG 696: Introduction to Creative Writing - This graduate-level course aims to give you an intensive introductory experience in the reading and writing of creative nonfiction (essays), fiction (short stories) and poetry (poems). In these three weeks you will read essays, stories and poems, and respond to them in writing through daily assignments and Discussion forums. June 15-July 3, 2020.
ENG 696: Central Concepts in Literary Theory - This course addresses strategies that encourage s students’ critical engagement with literary texts. Using close reading as the foundation for literary analysis, the course introduces general ideas from the major theoretical schools that consider aesthetics, race, class, gender, and history as lenses for interpretation. June 15-July 3, 2020.
Math 623: Advanced Function and Algebra Concepts - Concepts from high school mathematics are discussed from an advanced perspective using calculus, abstract and linear algebra, and some complex variables. The topics include number systems, equations, functions, polynomials and basic number theory. Challenging problems and projects help to develop deeper understanding, and highlight connections of different areas of mathematics. Prerequisites: undergraduate degree in mathematics or consent of instructor Summer session dates: May 26-July 3, 2020.
Math 764: Topics in Analysis - A graduate course exploring select topics in real and complex analysis with emphasis on computation, abstract argumentation, and connection to the theoretical basis for calculus and related courses. Topics include the topology of n-dimensional real space, integration in multiple dimensions, infinite series, calculus of a complex variable, and the Cantor set. Prerequisites: Math 255 or equivalent multivariate calculus course or consent of instructor Summer session dates: July 6-August 15, 2020.
Tuition: UW-Whitewater 2019-2020 graduate tuition rate is $1351.38 for a 3-credit course. As a special service to teachers, we do not charge additional segregated or online fees
Teachers who teach Partners In Education (PIE) courses for UW-Whitewater at their high school are eligible to receive a tuition waiver for up to 18 graduate credits in their content area in order to meet Higher Learning Commission (HLC) credential requirements. Contact Laura Montez at MontezLA29@uww.edu or 262-379-4171 for more information.
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