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The Certificate in Business Program at UW-BC presents an exciting opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of the world of business in the modern political, social, and economic environment. The program introduces students to business theory and practice. Students take a diverse set of courses that help them to broaden their perspectives and gain a good awareness and comprehension of the business world.
Students may use the Certificate in Business Program to:
The certificate requires 26 credits, which include Business, Computer Science, Economics, and Mathematics.
The International Studies Certificate is an introduction for freshman/sophomore college students to global studies with an emphasis on the 20th and 21st centuries. By taking a diverse set of courses with a worldview, students will broaden their perspectives and gain an appreciation and awareness of the global community. Students may use this program to give cohesion to their electives within the Associate Degree, or they may find that this base in international studies will lead to a specialization or support of a major in the international field.
Completion of the International Studies Certificate will require a minimum of 15 credits, including Foreign Language; History and Culture; Politics and Economics; and Literature, Philosophy, Art, and Music.
FRE 101, 105, 201, 205 (3-4 credits) or SPA 101, 105, 201 (3-4 credits)
ANT 100, 200, 250; or GEO 101, 110; or HIS 105, 106, 1327, 161, 162; or WOM 250
POL 275 or ECO 203
ART 175, or COM 130, or MUS 295
Students working toward the International Studies Certificate are encouraged to plan their academic careers to include a study abroad experience. The UW Colleges has its own study abroad program those courses are included in the above categories and count toward the 15 credit requirement.
A grade of “C” or better is required for all courses in the program. Up to three credits can be transferred in from another institution. Upon completion of the certificate requirements, a notation will be placed on the student's academic transcript and a document of recognition will be sent to the student.
The Women's Studies Certificate program explores women's lives and experiences both historically and in contemporary societies. This program combines an emphasis on intellectual development with practical knowledge that prepares you to use your education to lead an effective life in our global society.
The Women's Studies Certificate program does the following:
The certificate requires a minimum of 15 credits with a grade of C or better (up to three credits can be transferred from other colleges).
Credits for the certificate must include either :
WOM 202/PHI 202, WOM 203, WOM 247/SPA 247, WOM 279/ENG 279, WOM 295/ART 290
WOM 205, WOM 208/PSY 208, WOM 210, WOM 218/HES 218, WOM 231/POL 231, WOM 238/SOC 238, WOM 250/ANT 250, WOM 260, WOM 280/HIS 279
WOM 130/BIO 130, WOM 291, WOM 299
Courses in any department offered on a one-time basis with the Women's Studies designation. For example, ENG 190: Special Topics with a focus on Feminist Nonfiction or BUS 297: Special Topics with a focus on Women in Business