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1 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics, B.S. Liberal Arts Emphasis The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics Liberal Arts Major Liberal Arts Emphasis. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) CS 163 Introduction to Programming 3 in C++ PHYS 186 Introductory Seminar 0.5 MATH 215 Calculus II PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Equity, 3 Diversity, Inclusivity (R1) TOTAL 1.5 TOTAL 15 Second Year MATH 216 Calculus III MATH 312 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits Minor 3 LE Core Elective Communication (S1) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Global 3 Learning (R2) TOTAL 1 TOTAL 1 Third Year PHYS 333 Quantum Physics 3 PHYS ELECTIVE Physics Elective a (Offered fall, even years only) Minor 3 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 Minor 3 LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and 3 Civic, Social, Env. Resp (R3) LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and Equity 3 Minor 3 Diversity, and Inclusivity (R1) LE Core Elective Integrative Learning (IL) 3 Minor 3 TOTAL 15 TOTAL 16

2 Fourth Year PHYS 365 Theoretical Mechanics (Offered fall, odd years only) PHYS ELECTIVE Physics Elective a PHYS 86 Senior Seminar (S3) 0.5 Minor 3 Minor 3 Minor 3 ELECTIVE b 3 ELECTIVE b 3 ELECTIVE b 3 ELECTIVE b 3 ELECTIVE b 3 TOTAL 16.5 TOTAL 16 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes a Select from the following: Any Physics course numbered 325 or higher, including PHYS/MSE 37 and MSE 315, 357, 372, and 51. b Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

3 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics, B.S. Applied Physics Emphasis The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics Liberal Arts Major Applied Physics Emphasis. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year CHEM 115 Chemical Principles (K1) 6 CS 163 Introduction to Programming 3 in C++ MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) MATH 215 Calculus II PHYS 186 Introductory Seminar 0.5 PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Equity, 3 Diversity, Inclusivity (R1) TOTAL 15.5 TOTAL 15 Second Year MATH 216 Calculus III MATH 312 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 Minor 3 Minor 3 LE Core Elective Communication (S1) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Global 3 Learning (R2) LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 TOTAL 15 TOTAL 16 Third Year MATH 35 Intro to Probability PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits LE Core Elective Integrative Learning (IL) 3 Minor 3 LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and 3 Civic, Social, Env. Resp (R3) LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and Equity 3 Minor 3 Diversity, and Inclusivity (R1) Minor 3 TOTAL 1 TOTAL 16

4 Fourth Year PHYS 365 Theoretical Mechanics (Offered fall, odd years only) PHYS 360 Electronics PHYS 30 Advanced Laboratory 2 PHYS ELECTIVE Physics Elective a PHYS 86 Senior Seminar (S3) 0.5 Minor 3 Minor 3 ELECTIVE b 3 Minor 3 ELECTIVE b 3 ELECTIVE b 3 TOTAL 15.5 TOTAL 1 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes a Select from the following: Any Physics course numbered 325 or higher, including PHYS/MSE 37 and MSE 315, 357, 372, and 51. b Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

5 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics, B.S. Dual Degree Engineering Emphasis The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics Liberal Arts Major Dual Degree Engineering Emphasis. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their UWEC requirements in a three- year period before transferring to a partner institution. Each minor has its own requirements beyond the number of credits, and it is the student s responsibility to investigate those and to be sure to have fulfilled those requirements. This plan assumes a minor in Mathematics. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) CHEM 103 General Chemistry I (K1) PHYS 120 Introduction to Engineering 2 MATH 215 Calculus II (S3) PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Equity, 3 Diversity, Inclusivity (R1) TOTAL 16 TOTAL 16 Second Year CS 163 Introduction to Programming 3 MATH 312 Differential Equations and in C++ Linear Algebra MATH 216 Calculus III PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 255 Statics 3 PHYS 356 Dynamics 3 PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 LE Core Elective Integrative Learning (IL) 3 LE Core Elective Communication (S1) 3 LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and Equity 3 Diversity, and Inclusivity (R1) TOTAL 16 TOTAL 17 Third Year PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits PHYS Elective Physics Elective a MATH Minor Math minor elective PHYS Elective Physics Elective a 3 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 MATH Minor Math minor elective LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) and Global 3 LE Core Elective Social Science (K2) and 3 Learning (R2) Civic, Social, Env. Resp (R3) Elective 3 Elective 3 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17

6 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes a Select from the following: Any Physics course numbered 325 or higher, including PHYS/MSE 37 and MSE 315, 357, 372, and 51. b Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level). The additional credits needed to satisfy yhe 36 credit minimum for the UWEC Physics major can be satisfied by engineering courses that transfer as 300 level physics courses or above or by UWEC major courses and electives. 300 level or above engineering courses will be considered individually as 300 level physics electives by the UWEC Physics Department Chair. Students need to be aware of the degree requirements of the institution they plan to transfer to for the engineering degree. That institution will have their own degree requirements. Courses taken at UWEC can be used to meet those requirements but it requires careful planning. Students should consult with their advisor regarding their academic plan at least once every semester. Students should try to satisfy the Service Learning Requirement while at UW- Eau Claire.

7 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics, B.S., Teaching The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics Teaching Major Secondary Education. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. It includes a Math Teaching Minor. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) POLS 110 American National Politics (K2) 3 PHYS 226 Astronomy Solar System MATH 215 Calculus II PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) 3 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 TOTAL 18 TOTAL 18 Second Year MATH 216 Calculus III PHYS 229 Astronomy Stars & Galaxies (Spring only) PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits CJ 202 Fundamentals of Speech (S1) 3 ES 212 Teacher Observation 2 PSYC 260 Educational Psychology (K2) 3 MATH 35 Intro to Probability & Statistics MATH 32 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory (Fall only) TOTAL 17 TOTAL 18 Third Year PHYS Major Elective CHEM 10 General Chemistry II 5 CHEM 103 General Chemistry I (K1) PHYS Major Elective 3 ES 385 Social Foundations (R1) 3 MATH 25 Abstract Algebra I 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) & Global 3 BIOL 180 Conservation of Environment 3 Learning (R2) (R3 and IL) LE Core Elective Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity 3 MATH 330 Modern Geometry 3 (R1) TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17

8 Fourth Year ES 312/317/318/328 Block (Teacher Assisting) 7 ES 5/70 Professional Semester 1 or 6 or 75 ES 90 Foundations of Education 3 ES 97 Senior Seminar (S3) 1 ES 359 Physics/Chemistry Methods 2 (Fall only) ES 357 Math Methods 2 SPED 300 Special Education 2 TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

9 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physical Science Comprehensive, B.S., Teaching The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physical Science Comprehensive Teaching Major Secondary Education. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) POLS 110 American National Politics (K2) 3 PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 MATH 215 Calculus II WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 CHEM 103 General Chemistry I (K1) 3 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 15 Second Year CHEM 10 General Chemistry II CHEM 218 Inorganic Chemistry 3 PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 226 Astronomy Solar System ES 212 Teacher Observation 2 LE Core Elective Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity 3 PSYC 260 Educational Psychology (K2) 3 (R1) LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) & Global 3 CJ 202 Fundamentals of Speech (S1) 3 Learning (R2) TOTAL 17 TOTAL 15 Third Year PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits CHEM 326 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 325 Organic Chemistry I PHYS or CHEM Major Elective BIOL 180 Conservation of Environment 3 ES 385 Social Foundations (R1) 3 (R3 & IL) CHEM 213 Quantitative Analysis LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) 3 TOTAL 15 TOTAL 1

10 Fourth Year ES 312/317/318/328 Block (Teacher Assisting) 7 ES 5/70 Professional Semester 1 or 6 or 75 ES 90 Foundations of Education 3 ES 97 Senior Seminar (S3) 1 ES 359 Physics/Chemistry Methods 2 (Fall only) SPED 300 Special Education 2 TOTAL 1 TOTAL 15 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

11 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics/Math Comprehensive, B.S., Teaching Math Emphasis The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics/Math Comprehensive Teaching (Math Emphasis) Major Secondary Education. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) POLS 110 American National Politics (K2) 3 PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 MATH 215 Calculus II WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) 3 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 15 Second Year MATH 216 Calculus III MATH 32 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 PHYS 30 Optics MATH Major Elective (above 305) 3 ES 212 Teacher Observation 2 CJ 202 Fundamentals of Speech (S1) 3 PSYC 260 Educational Psychology (K2) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) & Global 3 MATH Major Elective (above 305) Learning (R2) TOTAL 16 TOTAL 17 Third Year PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits PHYS 333 Quantum Physics 3 MATH 330 Modern Geometry 3 PHYS Major Elective (above 325) 3 BIOL 180 MATH 35 Conservation of Environment (R3 & IL) Intro to Probability & Statistics (Fall only) 3 MATH 25 Abstract Algebra I 3 ES 385 Social Foundations (R1) 3 MATH Major Elective (above 305) 3 LE Core Elective Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity 3 (R1) TOTAL 17 TOTAL 15

12 Fourth Year ES 312/317/318/328 Block (Teacher Assisting) 7 ES 5/70 Professional Semester 1 or 6 or 75 ES 90 Foundations of Education 3 ES 97 Senior Seminar (S3) 1 ES 359 Physics/Chemistry Methods 2 (Fall only) ES 357 Math Methods 2 SPED 300 Special Education 2 TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

13 Sample year Degree Plan Catalog Note: This is just a guide; please consult with your academic advisor, the Catalog, and your degree audit for specific requirements. Physics/Math Comprehensive, B.S., Teaching Physics Emphasis The following is a hypothetical schedule for a Bachelor of Science degree for Physics/Math Comprehensive Teaching (Physics Emphasis) Major Secondary Education. It is based on the Catalog. It assumes no transferred credits, no requirements waived by placement tests, and no courses taken in the summer. The Physics and Astronomy Department cannot guarantee that all courses will be offered as shown, but it will provide a range of courses that will enable prepared students to fulfill their requirements in a four- year period. First Year MATH 11 Calculus I (S2) POLS 110 American National Politics (K2) 3 PHYS 231 University Physics I (K1) 5 MATH 215 Calculus II WRIT 11 or 116 Blugold Seminar (S1) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (K1) 5 LE Core Elective Fine Arts (K) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) 3 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 15 Second Year MATH 216 Calculus III PHYS 229 Astronomy Stars & Galaxies (Spring only) PHYS 332 University Physics III (IL) 3 PHYS 30 Optics PHYS 226 Astronomy Solar System ES 212 Teacher Observation 2 CJ 202 Fundamentals of Speech (S1) 3 PSYC 260 Educational Psychology (K2) 3 LE Core Elective Humanities (K3) & Global 3 MATH 32 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory Learning (R2) TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17 Third Year PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits PHYS 333 Quantum Physics 3 MATH 330 Modern Geometry 3 PHYS Major Elective (above 325) 3 BIOL 180 MATH 35 Conservation of Environment (R3 & IL) Intro to Probability & Statistics (Fall only) 3 MATH 25 Abstract Algebra I 3 ES 385 Social Foundations (R1) 3 LE Core Elective Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity 3 (R1) TOTAL 1 TOTAL 15

14 Fourth Year ES 312/317/318/328 Block (Teacher Assisting) 7 ES 5/70 Professional Semester 1 or 6 or 75 ES 90 Foundations of Education 3 ES 97 Senior Seminar (S3) 1 ES 359 Physics/Chemistry Methods 2 (Fall only) ES 357 Math Methods 2 SPED 300 Special Education 2 TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15 Liberal Education Core (LE Core) The LE Core comprises 17 learning experiences across 11 learning outcomes. Students must complete a minimum of 36 credits in courses approved for the LE Core. K1 Natural Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K2 Social Science;; two experiences (one lab science experience is required in K1 or K2). K3 Humanities;; two experiences. K Fine Arts;; one experience. S1 Communication;; two experiences (one experience must satisfy the University writing requirement). S2 Mathematics;; one experience (must satisfy the University math competency requirement). S3 Creativity;; one experience (can be fulfilled in a student s major). R1 Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity;; two experiences (one experience must meet the UW System Design for Diversity (DD) requirement). R2 Global Learning;; one experience. R3 Civic, Social, Environmental Responsibility;; one experience. I1 Integrative Learning;; two experiences (one experience can be fulfilled in a student s major). Additional LE Core Information Most LE Core learning experiences are course based, and many courses meet more than one learning outcome (e.g., K3 and R2 or K1 and R3). Some learning experiences can also be met outside of a traditional course (e.g., undergraduate research (S3), study abroad (I1)). S1 An English placement score that fulfills the University writing requirement fulfills one S1 experience. S1 A foreign Language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 102 level satisfies one S1 experience. S1, R2 A foreign language placement score that qualifies the student to enter the 202 level satisfies one experience in S1 and the R2 experience. S2 A math placement score that qualifies the student to enter Math 111, 112, 113 or 11 fulfills the S2 experience. S3 Any two approved music ensembles fulfills the S3 experience. I1 Any semester long study abroad program can fulfill one I1 experience. Notes Electives need to be carefully selected to ensure that a student s degree comprises at least 39 credits of upper division courses ( level).

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