The new community sustainability degree at UW-Stevens Point provides course work in environmental science, social inequality, grant writing, environmental law, and environmental ethics.
The Criminal Justice minor will prepare students for work in the criminal justice field. It is designed to provide students with the courses needed for a successful career in criminal justice agencies and for graduate work in criminology and criminal justice
The Earth Science minor offered through the Department of Geography and Geology is designed to offer a broad concentration of studies in earth and atmospheric science. The minor satisfies the basic framework required by the Department of Public Instruction.
The Department of Geography and Geology administers the environmental geography minor. Students in the Department of Geography and Geology have access to facilities including spatial analysis computer laboratories, the Maurice…
Study your environment through Geospatial Science at UW-Stevens Point. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is one of today’s more pervasive high-growth employment sectors and sees a clear need for people with…
The GIS Professional Certificate is awarded upon successful culmination of a series of courses that focus on professional competency and proficiency in using GIS. Valued by both private and public employers, it substantiates your expertise in using GIS to address a broad range of geographic-based issues and problems. Program participants will acquire abilities to communicate effectively with maps, represent earth’s cultural and physical features with GIS data, analyze geospatial patterns, trends, and relationships, and design geospatial models and scenarios for critical decision-making.
The geospatial sciences degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point offers specializations in geographic information science and cartography, cultural geography, urban planning and geodesign.
The International Relations Certificate offered by UWSP’s Political Science Department provides students with an opportunity to pursue an interest in international relations as a complement to their majors. The Certificate…
The Law and Policy Minor prepares students for a range of careers in law oriented fields. The minor is excellent preparation for law school, and the course selection provides you with some of the skills and knowledge recommended by the American Bar Association for law school preparation.
The Neuroscience and Behavior minor serves students who are interested in traditional neuroscience fields, but also those interested in animal behavior, communicative disorders, and healthcare-related fields.
DEVELOP THE SKILLS TO LEAD AND STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS The core courses in the Organizational Leadership B.S. provide a clear and broad curriculum in applied social science. Graduates will be…
The political science major allows students to study the government and politics of the United States and other countries, their foreign affairs and foreign policies, and international relations. Our courses cover social scientific, theoretical and philosophical approaches to politics.
The Psychology: Human Services major is designed for students who may pursue bachelor’s-level or advanced degree careers in human services-oriented field (e.g., counseling, clinical psychology, school psychology). The human services concentration focuses on developing the knowledge and skills necessary for counseling and behavioral modification.
After completing the Introduction to Psychology course, students have substantial freedom to explore the many areas of psychology.
Your online pathway to a BS in Psychology at UW-Stevens Point provides you the flexibility to start or complete your degree fully online with instructors who are highly interactive in the remote learning environment.
The Psychology Major is designed to provide a broad, yet thorough, understanding of the discipline of Psychology. All students begin by taking an introduction to the field, then learn the fundamentals of research methods and statistics.
The Social Justice and Equity certificate critically examines the principles of social justice theory and practice, social activism, and cultivates professional proficiencies that address equity, diversity and inclusion – with…
The Health, Behavior, and Society minor will broaden your understanding of the complex social factors that influence the health of human beings. In addition, this minor will prepare you for graduate training and careers in a number of allied health fields.
An Associate of Science (AS) in Human Services allows students to fulfill standard AS requirements and gain expertise in preparation for entry-level careers in behavioral sciences and human services. This two-year degree also provides a strong foundation for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or Sociology.
The 100% online Social Work BA online at UW-Stevens Point engages students in policy practice and advances human rights. Students are prepared for entry-level professional social work as well as graduate study.
Becoming a professional social worker can be a positive step toward a very rewarding career that can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, groups, organizations, communities, and society as a whole.
A sociology degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point builds a liberal arts foundation for other specialties such as advertising, business, counseling, engineering, journalism, medicine, planning, public affairs, religion and social services.
Build a strong liberal arts foundation with a minor in sociology, consisting of 18 credits. You may decide to pursue a Teacher Certification in Sociology Minor with 25 credits.
GET CAREER-READY WITH YOUR ONLINE SOCIOLOGY DEGREE Sociology students at UW-Stevens Point prepare to make an impact as they enter careers in community and human service, law enforcement and criminal…
The Substance Use and Addiction Studies Minor will prepare you to engage, assess, and intervene with individuals, families, groups, and communities impacted by substance use. You will gain knowledge and…
This minor administered by the Department of Geography and Geology studies the use of geospatial technologies to plan built and natural environments.