The following course recommendations for high school students are based on scheduling issues/times, availability, general education requirements, etc... Visit the Office of the Registrar for to view the course catalog and class search.

Course Number

Course Name

Credits

Offered On-campus Offered Online

General Education Requirements at UW-Platteville*

ACCTING 2010 Financial Accounting 3 X X Does not meet a general education requirement but does count toward business and/or accounting majors (NOTE: students typically find this course challenging)
ART 2430 Art Survey 3 X X
typically fall only
Fine Arts general education
BUSADMIN 1300 Global Business 3 X X International general education
CRIMLJUS 1130 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 X X Social Science general education
ECONOMIC 2130 Macroeconomics 3 X X
typically fall only
Social Science general education
ECONOMIC 2230 Microeconomics 3 X X
typically spring only
Social Science general education
ENGLISH 1040 Studio College Writing I 4 X X English general education
MUSIC 1590 Music Appreciation 3 X X
typically fall/spring only
Fine Arts general education
POLISCI 1130 Intro to Politics 3 X   Social Science general education
POLISCI 1230 Intro to American Government 3 X   Social Science general education
PSYCHLGY 1130 General Psychology 3 X X Social Science general education
SOCIOLOGY 1030 Intro to Sociology 3 X X
typically summer only
Social Science general education
TEACHING 1230 Intro to Education 3 X   Does not meet a general education requirement, but does count toward the education for student interested in majoring in education
THEATRE 1130 Intro to Theatre   X   Fine Arts general education
Additional courses that require UW System Placement Exam scores. Ability to enroll depends on exam results.
ENGLISH 1130 College Writing I 3 X   English general education
MATH All courses 3 X   Dependent on course selected
FOREIGN LANGUAGE All courses 3 X   Dependent on course selected

*If you plan to transfer this course to an institution other than UW-Platteville, you must contact that institution to confirm they will accept it and to learn if it will count toward their degree requirements.