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CALS Curriculum FAQWhat is the new degree structure and what does it mean? The four “general” Bachelor of Science degrees previously offered by CALS (BS Natural Sciences, BS Natural Resources, BS Agricultural Sciences, and BS International Ag & Natural Resources) have been …
Course OptionsInformation on taking courses pass/fail, adding and dropping course, etc.
CALS CoursesA listing of courses taught in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Curriculum Sheets & 4 Year PlansCurriculum sheets contain the requirements for your degree and major. Select a major below to view course requirements and a suggested four-year plan. For years prior the current year Curriculum Sheets, please contact your department or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Agricultural and …
Undergrad CatalogThe University of Wisconsin Undergraduate Catalog
Guide to Making Curriculum ExceptionsCALS faculty have adopted a standardized process for making exceptions to curricular requirements:
CALS Policy on Special Fees for CoursesCALS adopts, in total, the UW System policy on Special Course Fees (General Administrative Policy Paper 29, 10/23/91). Section III-B of the UW System policy describes the situations in which a special course fee MAY be charged. CALS adopts the …
Academic Policies and ProceduresDownload a copy of the CALS Academic Policies and Procedures brochure. This brochure contains the most commonly referenced undergraduate policies and procedures in CALS. For questions about issues not addressed here, please contact the CALS Office of Academic Affairs (608-262-3003). …
CALS Policy on Field TripsThe College of Agricultural and Life Sciences encourages departments and faculty to offer field trips and other experiences that will enhance student learning. Departments may schedule and organize the field trips as appropriate for the course. Funds for field trips …
FAQsAnswers to frequently asked questions regarding CALS policies and procudures.
CALS International Studies CoursesGoals & Criteria Required of all CALS majors, the IS requirement is intended to: 1) increase students’ understanding of contemporary global, socio-political, and scientific issues; 2) equip students to analyze these transnational issues critically and comparatively; 3) and inspire students …
Global Health CertificateThe certificate curriculum seeks to educate undergraduate students on global health issues in both international and domestic settings, and helps connect students to the many UW schools, departments, centers and programs with strengths in global health.
Integrated Studies in Science, Engineering and Society (ISSuES) CertificateThe ISSuES certificate program offers undergraduate students an opportunity to interact with the social sciences and humanities in a way that emphasizes the relationship between science, technology, engineering and society.
Certificate in Business Management for Agricultural & Life Sciences
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