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Human Development Emphasis

Supporting Courses12-13
Adult Learning Seminar
Writing Course
Business and Media Writing
Expository Writing
Communication Skills
Fundamentals of Public Address
Theories of the Interview
Mathematics (choose one course):
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics
Intermediate Algebra (or more advanced math level or placement per WMPT exam)
Introductory Statistics
Upper-Level Courses24
Critical Thinking (choose one course):
History of Economic Thought
The Development of Creative and Critical Thinking
Ethical Theory
Plato and Aristotle
Humanities (choose 6 credits):
Indigenous Nations Oral and Storytelling Traditions
Wisconsin First Nations Ethnohistory
Or choose from 300- or 400-level courses in the following subjects: English, History, Humanistic Studies, Philosophy
Natural or Biological Sciences (choose 6 credits from one subject or multiple subjects):
Choose 300- or 400-level Natural or Biological Science courses in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geoscience, Human Biology, Nutritional Sciences or Physics
Social Science (choose 6 credits):
Choose a 300- or 400-level courses in the following subjects: Antrhopology, Community Sciences, Economics, Geography, Human Development, Political Science, Psychology, Public and Environmental Affairs, Democracy and Justice Studies, Sociology and Urban and Regional Studies
Capstone Required Course:
Capstone: Synthesis and Assessment of Learning
Human Development Emphasis18-19
Introduction to Human Development
Choose one of the following courses:
Varieties of World Culture
Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Processes
Introduction to Human Biology
Introduction to Sociology
Choose two of the following courses:
Infancy and Early Childhood
Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Adulthood and Aging
Students must complete two additional upper-level courses in Human Development and may complete HUM DEV 331, 332 or 343 if not used to complete the requirement above.
The following courses are encouraged but do not satisfy the requirements for the area of emphasis
Honors in the Major
Teaching Assistantship
Research Assistantship
Independent Study
Total Credits54-56