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University Studies Courses

UNST 150. Global Learning and Living: Madison International. 1 credit.

This course provides an opportunity for a diverse cohort of international and U.S. students to learn from and about each other through stimulating discussions, intercultural residence hall programs and the opportunity to participate in service learning.

UNST 151. Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: A Guided Tour for Global Citizens. 3 credits.

This course explores the origin and nature of beliefs and values and how they are linked to actions, policies and practices around the world. These processes are examined through a range of big picture issues (e.g., religious, political, environmental, gender-based, cultural) that are relevant to all global citizens. Through dynamic speakers, discussions, readings, activities and lectures, this course helps students develop a deeper understanding of self, others and the larger world.

UNST 390. Special Studies in University Studies. 1-3 credits.

Designed to give students an opportunity to complete independent study and/or research under faculty supervision in university studies. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

UNST 398. Practicum in University Studies. 1-3 credits.

Selected practicum experiences, which provide students with supervised practicum experiences. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

UNST 490. Advanced Special Studies in University Studies. 1-3 credits.

Exploration of a significant topic in depth. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

UNST 498. Internship in University Studies. 1-6 credits.

The course allows students to receive academic credit for work experienced in an agency or organization related to university studies. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.




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