Accelerated Master's DegreesACCELERATED MASTER'SDEGREESOverviewThis page describes accelerated master’s degrees (AMDs) at UWM. Formore information see the UWM AMD policy y/3225 Accelerate grees PandP.pdf). AMDpolicy allows high-achieving students to begin graduate-level work beforecompletion of the undergraduate degree and allows programs to doublecount credits between bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Programs createa unique AMD with one undergraduate and one graduate degree toprescribe what credits can be double counted between the two degrees.This allows students to complete both a bachelor's and master's degreein an accelerated timeframe.DeﬁnitionsDouble Counting: counting the same course credit for fulﬁllment of therequirements of both the bachelor’s and the master’s degree.Forward Double-Counted Credit: graduate-level course credit completedas an undergraduate student that, in addition to bachelor’s degree credit,is eligible to fulﬁll master’s degree credit upon student admission toGraduate School.Backward Double-Counted Credit: graduate course credit completed as agraduate student that is eligible to fulﬁll remaining undergraduate creditsin addition to master’s degree credits.Degree RequirementsUndergraduates complete at least 120 credits for a bachelor’s degree.Graduates complete at least 30 credits for a master’s degree, andsubstantially more in some programs. Students in an AMD completethe same requirements by double counting graduate-level credits withinthe prescribed limits to complete both degrees. All graduate-level workrequires students to follow graduate academic standards, regardlessof when they take the course. Each AMD may double count differently,and may double count forward, backward, or both. See AMD Programs(p. 2) for double-counting details.Bachelor's DegreeUndergraduate RequirementsTypically, students complete their general education requirements, schoolor college general requirements, and most of their major requirementsprior to beginning any double-counted coursework. Students remainin undergraduate status to complete all required bachelor’s degreecredits (typically 120, potentially more) minus eligible backward doublecounted credits. Remaining undergraduate credit requirements fulﬁlledthrough backward double counting is speciﬁed by the program and will becompleted as a graduate student.Individual AMDs may have additional requirements for degree completion(see Programs tab (p. 2)). Some programs do not prescribe backwarddouble-counted credit. In this case, the student would complete allundergraduate requirements and receive their bachelor's degree prior totheir ﬁrst term as a graduate student.Forward Double-Counted CreditsSome AMDs prescribe forward double-counted credits so undergraduatestudents can begin graduate coursework eligible for both their bachelor’s1and master’s degrees. Undergraduates must meet the minimum GPArequirements for the Graduate School before attempting graduate-levelwork. Programs provide additional requirements for enrolling in eligiblegraduate-level coursework. Enrollment in graduate-level courseworkduring an undergraduate career does not guarantee admission to theGraduate School. All graduate-level work requires completion of graduateacademic standards. Students accruing forward double-countablecredits remain in undergraduate standing, pay undergraduate tuitionfor graduate-level courses, and are eligible for undergraduate federalﬁnancial aid. For a U/G course, students must enroll in and complete theG section in order for it to forward double count.Opting Out of the AMD as an Undergraduate StudentStudents in undergraduate status who choose to not pursue a master'sdegree may continue with their bachelor’s degree and complete anyremaining bachelor's degree credits as an undergraduate student. Thestudent will need to decline their acceptance to Graduate School, andalert their graduate program.Master's DegreeGraduate School AdmissionFor AMDs that prescribe backward double-counted credits, students willbegin Graduate School prior to completing their bachelor’s degree. Tobe considered for admission to the Graduate School prior to completingtheir bachelor’s degree, students must meet UWM Graduate Schooladmission criteria (https://uwm.edu/graduateschool/admission/),and any additional standards set by the program, and have completedrequired bachelor’s degree credits minus eligible backward doublecounted credits prior to their ﬁrst term as a graduate student. For example, if the bachelor’s degree requires 120 credits and theAMD allows for 15 backward double-counted credits, the studentmust have 105 undergraduate credits before starting their ﬁrst termas a graduate student.For AMDs that do not prescribe backward double-counted credit,students would have completed their bachelor’s degree prior to their ﬁrstterm as a graduate student and still must meet UWM Graduate Schooladmission criteria and any additional standards set by the program.Failure to Gain Admission to Graduate SchoolA student who applies to but is not admitted to the Graduate School asan accelerated master's student may continue with the bachelor’s degreeand can reapply for graduate admission after completing the bachelor’sdegree.Graduate RequirementsOnce accepted, students begin graduate student status the semesterin which they have onlybackward double-counted credits remainingto complete the bachelor’s degree. Students carry the same graduatestudent status as those admitted with a bachelor’s degree and are eligiblefor all graduate student ﬁnancial assistance, including appointments asTAs, PAs, and RAs. Students pay tuition at the graduate rate. All studentscompleting graduate-level work are subject to the same performancerequirements.All accelerated master’s degree students must submit an AcceleratedMaster’s Credit Evaluation Form tion-Form.pdf) in the ﬁrst semester of their graduate career, evenif they have no forward double-counted credits. The Graduate School will
2Accelerated Master's Degreesevaluate graduate-level work from the undergraduate portion of the AMDor verify that the student has no forward double-counted credits.Opting Out of the AMD After Starting Graduate SchoolThe Graduate School typically requires a bachelor's degree for admission,but makes an exception to this rule for students in an approvedAMD. Graduate students who choose to opt out of their AMD programand have not yet completed all bachelor's degree requirements throughbackward double counting can no longer maintain graduate studentstatus. These students will alert their graduate program and can opt backinto undergraduate student status in order to complete undergraduatecoursework and ﬁnish their bachelor's degree. If such students havemaintained UWM Graduate School enrollment up to that point in time,a re-entry application with Undergraduate Admissions would not benecessary.Degree CompletionCredit TransferForward Double-Counted Credit TransferAMD students submit an Accelerated Master’s Credit EvaluationForm ation-Form.pdf) inthe ﬁrst semester of their graduate career. The Graduate School willevaluate graduate-level work from the undergraduate portion of theAMD. Coursework eligibility is determined by the program and subject toUWM Graduate School transfer credit standards. Once forward doublecounted, graduate-level credit has been transferred into the master’sdegree, it is available for other forms of double counting, such as thatpermitted between master’s degrees and certiﬁcates.Backward Double-Counted Credit TransferOnce students enter graduate status, they are eligible to take backwarddouble-counted courses. Coursework eligibility is determined by theprogram. Backward double-counted credit will be transferred to theundergraduate transcript once the student completes all requiredundergraduate credit and applies for graduation.Bachelor's DegreeUpon completion of the courses and credits required for the bachelor’sdegree, the student should apply for graduation in the undergraduatedegree program. Upon receipt of the application for graduation,the Registrar’s Ofﬁce will transfer the credits completed at the graduatelevel into the undergraduate record to facilitate the review of the studentfor undergraduate degree clearance. Degree clearance procedures at theundergraduate level will follow established procedures once the graduatecredit is transferred to the undergraduate record.Master's DegreeStudents graduate with the master’s degree when they have completedall requirements in addition to any forward double-counted credits. Thismay occur during the same semester when the bachelor’s degree isawarded, or in a later semester.ProgramsApproved AMDs below—listed in alphabetical order by bachelor's degree—involve one UWM undergraduate degree and one UWM graduatedegree. Eligible double-counted credits, undergraduate requirements, andGraduate School admission requirements as deﬁned by the program arelisted under each AMD. To view these requirements online, click the “ ”next to each degree pair.Accounting, BBA Information Technology Management,MS logy-management-ms/)This accelerated master’s degree involves the following bachelor’sand master’s degrees: Accounting, BBA and Information TechnologyManagement, MS. There are six (6) forward double-counted credits.Eligible Forward Double-Counted Courses:Six (6) graduate-level credits taken in undergraduate status may counttoward Business and General Elective credits and forward doublecount to the master’s degree. Any of the required or elective courseoptions in the Information Technology Management, MS program may beforward-counted. Additional graduate-level courses may be selected andsubstituted with approval from advisor and course instructor.Undergraduate Requirements:Approved enrollment into graduate level coursework during anundergraduate career does not guarantee admission to graduate schoolas part of the Accelerated Master’s Degree. Per usual UWM GraduateSchool criteria, students must obtain a “B” or better in all courses takenat the graduate level that are to be counted toward a master’s degree.Graduate School Admissions Requirements:To be considered for admission into the Graduate School prior tocompleting their Bachelor’s degree, students must meet the minimumcriteria for admission established by the Information TechnologyManagement, MS and the UWM Graduate School. Students who meet theminimum Graduate School admissions criteria with a 3.00 cumulativeGPA as determined by the Graduate School will be waived from taking theGRE/GMAT and be guaranteed admittance to the Information TechnologyManagement, MS. Those between a 2.75 and 2.99 cumulative GPA asdetermined by the Graduate School will be required to submit a GRE/GMAT score and will be subject to secondary review by Lubar InformationTechnology Management faculty.Opting Out of the AMD as an Undergraduate Student ng Out of the AMD After Starting Graduate School ropology, BA y/anthropology-ba/)/Anthropology,MS gy/anthropology-ms/)This is an approved AMD as of Spring 2020. Requirements are currentlybeing formatted for Catalog copy from governance documents. Seeprogram directly for details.Art History, BA y/art-history-ba/)/Art History, MA y/art-historyma/)This accelerated master’s degree involves the following bachelor’s andmaster’s degrees: Art History BA and Art History MA. There are 6 forwarddouble-counted credits and 15 backward double-counted credits for atotal of 21 double-counted credits.
Accelerated Master's DegreesEligible Forward Double-Counted CoursesCourses must be taken at the graduate (G) level and will count towardthe Art History MA as well as fulﬁll the Art History BA undergraduaterequirement.CodeTitleCreditsCourses approved for forward double counting3ARTHIST 412GCities and Sanctuaries of AncientGreece3ARTHIST 413GGreek Sculpture3ARTHIST 425GThe Age of Pilgrimage and Crusade:Romanesque Art and Architecture3ARTHIST 426GThe Age of the Great Cathedrals: GothicArt and Architecture3ARTHIST 431GRenaissance Architecture in Italy3ARTHIST 447GTopics in Early Modern Art:3ARTHIST 458GA Comparative History of Architectureand Urbanism:3ARTHIST 459GAmerican Architecture3ARTHIST 462GFrank Lloyd Wright3ARTHIST 463GCubism and its Inheritance3ARTHIST 465GDada and Surrealist Art3American Artists Revealed:3ARTHIST 307GFilm Directors:3ARTHIST 308GFilm Styles:3ARTHIST 312GMinoan and Mycenaean Art andArchaeology3ARTHIST 313GGreek Art and Archaeology3ARTHIST 314GArt and Archaeology of the AncientNear East3ARTHIST 315GArt and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt3ARTHIST 316GRoman Art and Archaeology3ARTHIST 324GEarly Christian and Byzantine Art andArchitecture3ARTHIST 469GARTHIST 470GTopics in American Art:3ARTHIST 325GEarly Medieval Art in the West3ARTHIST 472GHistory and Theory of New Media Art3Caliphs, Emirs, & Kings: Art &Architecture of Medieval Spain3ARTHIST 473GArt and Performance3ARTHIST 474GMaya Art3ARTHIST 329GLate Medieval Art and Architecture3ARTHIST 480GChinese PaintingARTHIST 333GHigh Renaissance Art in Italy3ARTHIST 481GTopics in Chinese Art:ARTHIST 341GArt of the Dutch Golden Age3ARTHIST 482GTopics in Non-Western Art:ARTHIST 342GArt and Society in RenaissanceFlorence3ARTHIST 497GStudy Abroad:ARTHIST 603GARTHIST 343GArt and Culture of Spain and LatinAmerica, 1500-17503The Art Museum: History, Theory,PracticeARTHIST 349GAmerican Postmodernism 1960-20003ARTHIST 353GAmerican Art: Colonial Period - 18703ARTHIST 354GAmerican Art: 1870 - Present3ARTHIST 355GAmerican Folk Art3CodeARTHIST 357GRococo to Revolution: European Art,1750-18503Courses approved for backward double-countingARTHIST 358GRealism to Post-Impressionism:European Art, 1850-19003ARTHIST 364GModernism and the Avant-Garde,1900-19603ARTHIST 365GHistory of Photography3ARTHIST 366GGerman Painting, 1800-19333ARTHIST 367GLatin American Modernisms3ARTHIST 368GHistory of Modern DesignARTHIST 369GIntroduction to Contemporary ArtARTHIST 327G31-331-123Eligible Backward Double-Counted CoursesThe following courses may be used to fulﬁll College of Letters & Sciences(L&S) electives for the undergraduate degree.TitleCreditsARTHIST 703Introduction to Art Museum Studies I3ARTHIST 704Introduction to Art Museum Studies II3ARTHIST 710Colloquium in Ancient Art and1Archaeology:3ARTHIST 720Colloquium in Medieval Art/2Architecture:3ARTHIST 730Colloquium in Renaissance/Baroque3Art/Architecture:33ARTHIST 740Colloquium in Latin American Art:33ARTHIST 750Colloquium in American Art:ARTHIST 760Colloquium in Modern Art/Architecture:3ARTHIST 761Colloquium in Film History, Theory,6Criticism:3ARTHIST 770Colloquium in Non-Western Art:3Art Museum InternshipARTHIST 370GTrends in Contemporary Architecture3ARTHIST 371GAfrican Art3ARTHIST 372GArt of the Inca and their Ancestors3ARTHIST 373GArt of Ancient Mexico and CentralAmerica3ARTHIST 375GArt of the Aztec Empire3ARTHIST 891ARTHIST 382GChinese Art and Architecture31ARTHIST 383GJapanese Art and Architecture32ARTHIST 384GArt and Archaeology of the ChineseBronze Age33ARTHIST 386GArt, Ritual, and Ethnicity of China34ARTHIST 387GBuddhist Art and Architecture34535473Fulﬁlls UG Ancient requirement. Fulﬁlls G Ancient/Medieval.Fulﬁlls UG Medieval requirement. Fulﬁlls G Ancient/Medieval.Fulﬁlls UG Renaissance-Baroque requirement. Fulﬁlls G RenaissanceBaroque.Fulﬁlls UG Non-Western requirement. Fulﬁlls G Non-Western.
4567Accelerated Master's DegreesththFulﬁlls UG 19 -20 Century requirement. Fulﬁlls G Modern/Contemporary.Fulﬁlls UG Film requirement. Fulﬁlls G Modern/Contemporary.Fulﬁlls UG Internship (ARTHIST 691) requirement.Undergraduate RequirementsInterested students must meet with an academic advisor to determineeligibility for the accelerated master’s degree. To be permitted to enroll incourses at the graduate (“G”) level during a student’s junior year with theintention of forward counting those courses toward the master’s degreethe student must meet the following criteria: Have declared the major in Art History Have a UWM cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher On schedule to complete all GERs and 105 credits by the end of thejunior yearGraduate Admissions RequirementsAdmission to the Graduate School and the graduate phase of theaccelerated Art History program will be selective and occur in January ofthe junior year. Students should apply by January 15th to be consideredfor funding and priority registration. To be considered for admission tothe graduate phase students must meet the following requirements: A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher Two letters of recommendation, preferably from UWM Art HistoryfacultyStudents who are not selected for the graduate phase of the programmay complete the BA with a major in Art History.Community Engagement and Education, BS bs/)/Educational Psychology, MS: Cognitive andDevelopmental Sciences al-sciences-ms/)This accelerated master’s degree involves the following bachelor’s andmaster’s degrees: Community Engagement and Education, BS (CEED)and Educational Psychology, MS with a concentration in Cognitive andDevelopmental Sciences (ED PSY CDS). There are 6 forward doublecounted credits and 15 backward double-counted credits for a total of 21double-counted credits.Undergraduate RequirementsInterested students must meet with an academic advisor to determineeligibility for the accelerated master’s degree. If eligible, students willsubmit the following materials to the department: 1-2 page statement explaining their interest in the particular ﬁeld ofstudy as reasons for pursuing an accelerated degree copy of their college transcript a recommendation letter from a faculty member in the chosen ﬁeldGraduate School Admission RequirementsTo be considered for admission into Graduate School prior to completingtheir bachelor’s degree, students must meet the minimum criteria foradmission established by the MS in Educational Psychology and theUWM Graduate School and be in progress to complete 105 bachelor’scredits prior to their ﬁrst term as a graduate student.Because the ED PSY CDS programs coordinator will be involved inmonitoring undergraduate student progress of individuals pursuing anaccelerated degree, the ED PSY CDS program will permit guaranteedacceptance into graduate school provided they meet the criteria above.Students who do not satisfactorily meet graduate school admissionscriteria may continue with their BS in Community Education andEngagement.Criminal Justice and Criminology, BS stice/criminal-justice-bs/)/Criminal Justice and Criminology,MS tice/criminal-justice-ms/)This accelerated master’s degree involves the following bachelor’s andmaster’s degrees: Criminal Justice & Criminology, BS, and CriminalJustice & Criminology, MS. There are 6 forward double-counted creditsand 15 backward double-counted credits for a total of 21 double-countedcredits.Eligible Double-Counted CoursesAll courses listed below can be backward double counted to fulﬁll a majorelective or general elective for the bachelor's degree.CodeTitleCRM JST 421GCybercrimeCRM JST 490GDrugs, Crime and Criminal JusticeCRM JST 520GAnalysis Oriented Technology: Spatial1Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS3Any graduate course that fulﬁlls an ED PSY CDS elective can be forwardcounted and must be approved by the advisor and program to movethe student toward mastery of the ED PSY CDS standards. ED PSY CDSelectives can be taken from any area, including those outside of theCDS concentration, and are tailored to the student's ED PSY CDS degreeprogression. Courses must be taken at the graduate (G) level. Thesecourses fulﬁll CEED elective credits.CRM JST 671GJuvenile Justice3CRM JST 680GJailsCRM JST 795Issues in Law Enforcement Practiceand Policy3CRM JST 820Police and the Multicultural Community3CRM JST 830Intervention Strategies for CorrectionalClients3Eligible Backward Double-Counted CoursesCRM JST 850Issues in Correctional Practice andPolicy3CRM JST 910Methods and Practice Capstone forCrime Analysts3CRM JST 920Criminal Justice Masters CapstoneSeminar3Eligible Forward Double-Counted CoursesAll courses required for ED PSY CDS are eligible for backward doublecounting and fulﬁll CEED elective credits.Credits111, 31333
Accelerated Master's DegreesCRM JST 970123Readings in Criminal Justice Research:1, 23This course may be forward double counted.CRM JST 970 (special topics) can only be taken if the student hasnot already taken the topic as an undergraduate elective (i.e. CriminalEvidence and Investigation, Violence and the Criminal JusticeSystem).CRM JST 671G would count as a major requirement for thebachelor's degree when it is backward double counted.Undergraduate RequirementsThe Criminal Justice and Criminology Department’s graduate programcoordinator and undergraduate academic advisors from the Helen BaderSchool of Social Welfare will be responsible for advising students in theaccelerated program. For enrollment in graduate-level courses during anundergraduate career that may be forward double counted toward theMS in Criminal Justice & Criminology, the Accelerated Master’s Degreein Criminal Justice & Criminology requires students meet the followingadditional criteria: a student must maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.0 and a GPA of atleast 3.25 in the major area of study junior standing (58 credits) prior completion of CRM JST 110, CRM JST 271, CRM JST 273,CRM JST 275, CRM JST 305 coursesApproved enrollment into graduate-level coursework during anundergraduate career does not guarantee admission to the MS inCriminal Justice & Criminology as part of the Accelerated Master’sDegree. These courses fulﬁll requirements for the BS in Criminal Justice &Criminology regardless of acceptance into Graduate School. Studentsapply for Graduate School as indicated below. Per usual UWM GraduateSchool criteria, students must obtain a “B” or better in all courses takenat the graduate level that are to be counted toward a Master’s degree.5Community Engagement and Education, BS bs/)/Cultural Foundations of Community Engagementand Education, MS -engagement-education-ms/)This accelerated master's degree involves the the following bachelor'sand master's degrees: Community Engagement and Education, BS (CEED)and Cultural Foundations of Engagement and Education, MS (CFCEE).There are 6 forward double-counted and 15 backward double-countedcredits for a total of 21 double-counted credits.Eligible Double-Counted CoursesCFCEE elective courses taken during the undergraduate career mustbe taken at the graduate (G) level to count forward toward the graduatecareer. These courses will count toward the CFCEE elective courserequirement and also fulﬁll elective credits in the CEED undergraduatemajor.Elective courses in CFCEE are selected in close consultation with thefaculty advisor such that they can be tailored to the student's MS degreeprogression. Course selection must be approved by the advisor andprogram to move the student toward mastery of the CDS standards.All courses listed below can be backward double-counted to fulﬁll creditstoward the bachelor's degree.CodeTitleED POL 520Peace EducationCreditsED POL 531Alternative SchoolsED POL 533Educating Black Males-Theories,1Methods and StrategiesED POL 534Students Placed At Risk (Causes)13133131ED POL 535Educating Students Placed At RiskAdmission to the MS in Criminal Justice & Criminology as part of theAccelerated Master's Degree is guaranteed. Students typically applyby February of the junior year. To be considered for admission into theGraduate School prior to completing their Bachelor's degree, studentsmust do the following:ED POL 560Education and HispanicsED POL 580An Overview of Child/Youth CareED POL 581Youth Work PracticeED POL 597Public Schools, Church-State Issues:1Educational Foundations3 Meet the standard UWM Graduate School admission requirements(except for the completion of a Bachelor's degree).ED POL 601Foundations of Community-Based1Organizations3 Meet the standard application requirements for a MS in CriminalJustice & Criminology.ED POL 602Proposal Writing and Fundraising Skills1for Community-Based Organizations3 Be in progress to complete 105 bachelor’s credits prior to their ﬁrstterm as a graduate student.ED POL 609Community Partnerships3ED POL 610Reproduction of Minority Communities3Students who do not satisfactorily meet admissions criteria for the MSin Criminal Justice & Criminology are eligible to continue with their BSin Criminal Justice & Criminology major, provided they continue to meetthose standards.ED POL 611Community Policies and Urban Minority1Youths3ED POL 612Community Participation and Power3ED POL 620History of the Education of African1Americans3ED POL 624Gender and Education3ED POL 625Race Relations in EducationED POL 626Antiracist EducationED POL 630Race, Ethnicity, and Public Policy in1Urban AmericaGraduate School Admission Requirements3131313111111333
6Accelerated Master's DegreesED POL 633Community Development for Low1Income and Minority Communities3ED POL 639Milwaukee Black Community3ED POL 640The Rise and Fall of America's Southern1Civil Rights Movement3ED POL 650The Civil Rights Movement in Northern1Cities3ED POL 702Cultural Foundations of Education1Graduate Seminar3ED POL 705Sociology of Education and CommunityEngagement3ED POL 710Research Methods for Education andCommunity Engagement3ED POL 740Modern Philosophies of Education andCommunity3ED POL 750History of Education in AmericanCommunities311This course may be forward double-countedUndergraduate RequirementsInterested students must meet with an academic advisor to determineeligibility for the accelerated master's degree. If eligible, students willsubmit the following materials to the department: 1-2 page statement explaining their interest in the particular ﬁeld ofstudy as reasons for pursuing an accelerated degree copy of their college transcript a recommendation letter from a faculty member in the chosen ﬁeldBoth the CEED and CFCEE programs must agree to accept the studentinto the accelerated master's degree.Graduate Admissions RequirementsTo be considered for admission into the Graduate School prior tocompleting their bachelor's degree, students must meet the minimumcriteria for admission established by the MS in Cultural Foundations ofCommunity Engagement and Education and the UWM Graduate Schooland be in progress to complete 105 bachelor's credits prior to their ﬁrstterm as a graduate student.Students who do not satisfactorily meet admissions criteria for GraduateSchool are eligible to continue with their bachelor’s degree, provided theycontinue to meet undergraduate standards.Economics, BA conomics-ba/)/Economics, s/economics-ma/)This is an approved AMD as of Spring 2020. Requirements are currentlybeing formatted for Catalog copy from governance documents. Seeprogram directly for details.Exceptional Education, BS: K4-12 Special ional Education,MS /exceptional-education-ms/)This accelerated master’s degree involves the following bachelor’s andmaster’s degrees: Exceptional Education, BS: K4-12 Special Educationand Exceptional Education, MS. There are 6 forward double-countedcredits and 13 backward double-counted credits for a total of 19 doublecounted credits.Eligible Forward Double-Counted CoursesCodeTitleEXCEDUC 532GAssessment and MonitoringCredits3EXCEDUC 601GBehavioral Supports3EXCEDUC 679GCritical Issues in Transition Planning forStudents with Disabilities3Eligible Backward Double-Counted CoursesBackward Double-Counted Courses for students completing the bachelor'swith a teacher certiﬁcation in special education.CodeTitleEXCEDUC 488GLinking Seminar: ProfessionalDevelopmentEXCEDUC 588GTeaching Experience IIIEXCEDUC 574GCurriculum Accommodations II:Primary/MiddleCredits11-123Backward Double-Counted Courses for students who elect to earn abachelor's degree in Exceptional Education without a teacher certiﬁcationin special education.CodeTitleEXCEDUC 560GFoundations of Autism SpectrumDisordersCredits3EXCEDUC 561GMethods for Working with Individualswith Autism Spectrum Disorders3EXCEDUC 699GIndependent ReadingEXCEDUC 703Job Development and On the JobSupport for Individuals with Disabilities3EXCEDUC 705Transition Assessment for Individualswith Disabilities3EXCEDUC 707Linking Academics and SelfDetermination to Transition Planning3AD LDSP 598GIntroduction to Workforce Educationand Development3AD LDSP 861Foundations in Systems of EducationalEquity3SOC WRK 774Trauma Counseling I: Theory andResearch3SOC WRK 775Trauma Counseling II: Diagnosis andTreatment
Accelerated Master's Degrees 1 ACCELERATED MASTER'S DEGREES Overview This page describes accelerated master’s degrees (AMDs) at UWM. For more information see the UWM