Thank you for choosing to take courses at UW-Marathon County.
Click on the term below for a list of courses offered and details about each course. If you have any questions regarding courses or the information below, call Student Affairs, 715-261-6235 or e-mail email@example.com.
Course Formats & Delivery Modes
- Streaming Video: course lectures are recorded and made available via the internet. Class participation and assignment submission may take place online or may be combined with on-campus class attendance. Students should contact the instructor for details on how streaming video is used in a specific course.
- Blended: a portion of the learning activities has been
moved online, and time spent in the classroom is reduced accordingly by the
instructor. *Computer skills are required.
- Accelerated: a traditional 15-week class reduced to 7 weeks (or less). It requires the same amount of coursework as a traditional class, but is completed in a shorter time period.
- Distance Education (DE) courses are offered to expand UWMC’s course
offerings and to meet the time constraints of students.
- Wisline Web: Instructors and students interact with live
audio and graphics in a real-time classroom setting.
- Compressed Video: Instructors and students interact with
live video and audio in a real-time classroom setting.
- Online: A wide variety of online courses are offered by UWC Online. These courses do not have a
classroom component. Some require proctored exams. *Computer skills are required.
requirements include having access to a relatively powerful computer that is
capable of handling multi-media presentations.
Course Schedule Codes
Designations are listed at the end of each course description.
AP - Application and Performance
ES - Ethnic Studies
FA - Fine
HU - Humanities
LS - Laboratory
MS - Mathematical Sciences
SS - Social Sciences
WE - Writing Emphasis
Interdisciplinary Studies (IS)
IS courses will help students learn to integrate knowledge from across the
curriculum. They focus on multiple dimensions of a given topic by applying the
content, methods and assumptions of two or more courses and instructors. Courses
will apply toward general education and Associate Degree requirements.
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