Daniel Kapust giving a lecture

Courses

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Survey Classes

ILS 126  Principles of Environmental Science – 4 credits

ILS 153 Ways of Knowing in Sciences – 4 credits

Core Classes

ILS 200  Critical Thinking & Expression – 3 credits

ILS 201  Western Culture: Science, Technology, and Philosophy  – 3 credits

ILS 202  Western Culture: Science, Technology, Philosophy II – 3 credits

ILS 203  Western Culture: Literature and the Arts – 3 credits

ILS 204  Western Culture: Literature and the Arts II – 3 credits

ILS 205  Western Culture: Political, Economic, & Social Thought – 3 credits

ILS 206  Western Culture: Political, Economic, & Social Thought II – 3 credits

Topics Classes

ILS 234  Genres of Western Religious Writing – 3 credits

ILS 254  Literature And Science: “Theatre Plays with Science” – 3 credits

ILS 365  Machiavelli and His World – 3 credits

ILS 369  Magical Realism and Postmodernity – 3 credits

ILS 371  Sex, Drugs, and Literature in Latin America – 3 credits

Capstone Classes

ILS 400  Capstone Integration Seminar

Basil Tikoff, professor of structural geology and tectonics, respond to students’ questions while teaching a geoscience class in Weeks Hall for Geological Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Feb. 3, 2016. Tikoff, the instructor for ILS 153, is one of twelve 2016 Distinguished Teaching Award recipients. (Photo by Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)

Integrated Liberal Studies (ILS) Certificate Requirements

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15 Total Credits:

  • 6 credits in Core ILS courses
  • 3 credits in Topic ILS courses
  • 3 credits in Integrative Diversity
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  • 3 credits in the Capstone Experience

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  • 2.000 GPA with all courses taken on graded basis
  • 8 credits in the certificate, in residence

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This undergraduate certificate must be completed concurrently with the student’s undergraduate degree. Students cannot delay degree completion to complete the certificate