Transferology is an amazing tool. This website allows you to look up a class at any college or university, including the Wisconsin Technical Colleges, to see if it will transfer to another institution, in addition to the course name and number.
The UW-Whitewater Early Childhood Education program, including the ECE4U cohort, provides students the opportunity to earn dual Wisconsin DPI licensure. You will simultaneously earn the Early Childhood Regular Education License #1777 and the Early Childhood Special Education License #1809. Both cover the age group of birth to age 8 (third grade).
Yes, you can graduate without your license and return later. Please be aware, however, that if the UW-Whitewater program changes or if the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction licensing rules/requirements change, you will be responsible for meeting the new requirements and standards.
Yes, the program can be completed at your own pace. Your program advisor will help you design a plan that meets your unique needs and situation.
WebEx is a valuable tool for online students. It allows you to meet with someone through an internet connection with audio and visual capacities, and allows you to share a computer desktop. Please refer to the university’s WebEx webpage for more information. http://www.uww.edu/icit/services/webex
Yes, students must come to campus six times each semester. This works out to be once or twice a month. You may find the upcoming semester schedules under “Schedule.” Please plan ahead accordingly, as these meeting opportunities are required and important.
If you have a lengthy commute, you may consider utilizing the option of staying on campus. A room or suite may be rented by the day. Additional information on availability and rates can be found via email inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes are held in Winther Hall, located on the west side of Prairie Street, South of Starin Road.
On Saturdays, parking on campus is free. The most convenient lot is located at the corner of Prairie Street and Starin Rood.
If you come during the week, a daily pass can be purchased for $5 at the Visitor's Center, located on the north side of Starin Road, west of Prairie Street.