UW-Waukesha Continuing Education Offers College Credit Courses For Spring 2011

Jan. 21, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 20, 2011

 

The following courses are offered through University of Wisconsin–Waukesha Continuing Education, 1500 N. University Drive, Waukesha, WI. 53188. To register, visit the Web site, www.waukesha.uwc.edu/ce;

or call 262-521-5460.

 

Classes for College Credit or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available through Continuing Education! Current UW-Waukesha students may register for classes using their campus PRISM account, unless otherwise noted. Students wishing to take the class for CEUs only can register online or by phone with the CE offices.

The prices listed below are for Wisconsin residents and for CEU students. For out of state tuition rates, please call 262-521-5460 or email wakce@uwc.edu.

 

COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES

HES 150-Introduction to Patient Care, 3 credits

This class in collaboration with UW-Waukesha and Medical Assets of Wisconsin prepares transferring UW-Waukesha students who are planning on pursuing a degree in the Medical field. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the State of WI Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation to attain State and Federal Certifications as a Certified Nursing Assistant if so desired.

 

Prior to being accepted into the program, students must meet the following prerequisites: currently be a student at UW-Waukesha, preliminary interview, drug screening, have compliance with programs Core Abilities, to include physical, visual, and cognitive proficiency. Cost for this course is $1,568.49 and includes, 120 Hour Patient Care Training, 5 Hour CPR, 3 Hour Blood Pressure, 3 Credit course, Lab Fee and additional fees as they apply. Students can pick from four sessions of the course being offered in Spring of 2011.

 

Session 1

Jan 24-Feb 16, MW and every other F, 8:00am-4:30pm (Class lab)

Feb 21-Mar 2, MW, 6:30am-3:00pm (Clinical)

Mar 7 & 9, 8:00am - 4:30pm (Final Prep)

 

Session 2

Jan 25-Feb 18, TTH and every other F, 8:00am-4:30pm (Class lab)

Feb 22-Mar 3, TTH, 6:30am-3:00pm (Clinical)

Mar 8 & 10, 8:00am-4:30pm (Final Prep)

 

Session 3

Mar 28-Apr 20, MW and ever other F, 8:00am-4:30pm (Class lab)

Apr 25-May 4, MW, 6:30am-3:00pm (Clinical)

May 9 & 11, 8:00am-4:30pm (Final Prep)

 

Session 4

Mar 29-Apr 21, TTH and every other F, 8:00am-4:30pm (Class lab)

Apr 26-May 5, TTH, 6:30am-3:00pm (Clinical)

May 10 & 12, 8:00am-4:30pm (Final Prep)

 

COM 298, Media Production Workshop, 1 - 3 credits, (EL)

The class offers the opportunity for students to earn 1-3 credits in the following manner. Students can take one only, or learn all three.

• Work in a collaborative setting to make a film/video to be entered into film fests (1 credit)

 

• Work alone to produce a short documentary film to be entered into film fests (1 credit)

 

• Learn advanced High Def shooting and Editing techniques (1 credit)

Collaborative Videomaking, T, Jan 25 – May 10, 4:00 – 4:50pm, $192.49 (WI residents taking 1 credit),

Digital Postproduction, T, Jan 25 – May 10, 5:00 – 5:50pm, $192.49 (WI residents taking 1 credit),

Documentary Videomaking, T, Jan 25 – May 10, 4:00 – 4:50pm, 192.49 (WI residents taking 1 credit),

$572.75 (WI residents taking all 3 credits), $259 (CEUs taking 3 sessions)

 

ITA 103: First Semester Italian, Part I, 2 credits, (HU)

No previous experience in the language required. This course is the first part of a two-part introductory course. Emphasis on reading, writing, listening and speaking in Italian. Class may include cultural studies of Italy and other Italian-speaking countries or regions. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 5:30-6:20pm, $382.50 (WI residents), $239 (CEUs)

 

ITA 104: First Semester Italian, Part II, 2 credits, (HU)

Pre-requisite: Italian 103, Part One. Emphasis on reading, writing, listening and speaking in Italian. Class may include cultural studies of Italy and other Italian-speaking countries or regions. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 6:30-7:20pm, $382.50 (WI residents), $239 (CEUs)

 

JPN 101, First Semester Japanese, 4 credits, (HU) - available through Continuing Education only!

This course is for students who have had no previous training in the Japanese language. Emphasis is on reading, writing, listening and speaking Japanese. Class may include cultural studies of Japan. You must register for this class through Continuing Education only. T, W & Th, Jan 25 – May 11, 5:10 – 6:15pm, $893.96 (WI residents), $299 (CEUs)

 

Chinese 101: First Semester Chinese, 4 credits, (HU)

Elementary modern Mandarin for students with no previous experience in the language. Emphasis on listening and speaking, with some reading and writing. Focus on Chinese culture throughout the course. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 1:00 – 3:00pm, $763 (WI residents), $299 (CEUs)

 

Chinese 105: Second Semester Chinese, 4 credits, (HU)

Pre-requisite: Chinese 101. Continuation of Chinese 101, elementary modern Mandarin. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 10:00am – 12:00pm, $763 (WI residents), $299 (CEUs)

 

ART 161: Introduction to Photography, 3 credits, (AP)

Learn the skills needed to bring to life images in black and white, the original way photography was developed. Focus on the main areas of black and white photography: The camera, the negative and the print. This is not a digital photography course. Students must provide their own working 35mm Single Lens Reflex film camera with manual override. Your local camera shop can tell you if your used camera is working properly. Please have any used cameras checked out before class. Questions about cameras can be directed towards the instructor at: Deborah.Generotzy@uwc.edu. Note: Students must pay a special course fee of $35. This fee is charged in addition to your regular course fees for lab use and chemicals. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 1:00 – 3:10pm, $572.75 (WI resident)

M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 5:30 - 8:10pm, $572.75 (WI resident)

 

ART 261: Intermediate Photography, 3 credits, (AP)

Prerequisite is completion of ART 161. This is not a digital photography course. Students must provide their own working 35mm Single Lens Reflex film camera with manual override. Your local camera shop can tell you if your used camera is working properly. Please have any used cameras checked out before class. Questions about cameras can be directed towards the instructor at: Deborah.Generotzy@uwc.edu. Note: Students must pay a special course fee of $35. This fee is charged in addition to your regular course fees for lab use and chemicals. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 1:00 – 3:10pm, $572.75 (WI resident), M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 5:30 - 8:10pm, $572.75 (WI resident)

 

COM 204: News Reporting, 3 credits, (AP)

Emphasis on the gathering of news and interviewing. Field work in the community. Focus on creating work that is publishable. Typing proficiency recommended and the satisfactory completion of English 101 or equivalent documentation of language skills. Prereq: COM 104, 203 or cons. instr. M & W, Jan 24 – May 11, 11:00am – 12:30pm, $572.75 (WI resident)

 

 

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