EconomicsWisconsin and our Center for Economic Education at UW-Oshkosh provide a series of graduate credit online classes intended to explore contemporary and historical issues in economics. Each of these courses will include teaching and learning resources appropriate for elementary, middle, and high school students. Internet resources will be featured. Course material and activities will be related to Wisconsin Academic Standards in economics for grades 4, 8, and 12.
These on-line courses can be used as part of an educator's Professional Development Plan (PI 34) or simply to expand the teacher's knowledge of economic issues and financial concepts. Register for all, or pick and choose the classes that meet your needs.
To participate in an online class, you much have access to the internet and have an email address that you use on a regular basis.
Scholarships for $200 are available to current Wisconsin teachers. Click here for an application.**Our scholarship funds available have been met. We are not longer accepting scholarship applications. (1/26/2012)**
Courses are offered for graduate credit through Extension Departments at UW Oshkosh, therefore you will be charged the current UW graduate student rate.
2011-2012 Tuition Rates: $410 per one graduate credit (without segregated fees)
In addition to tuition and fees, you may be required to purchase textbooks. Contact the course instructor for a list of required readings.
A limited number of scholarships are available for half the cost of tuition. These scholarships are intended for current Wisconsin teachers who have enrolled in an online graduate course offered through our Centers for Economic Education. Click here for an application. **Our scholarship funds available have been met. We are not longer accepting scholarship applications. (1/26/2012)**
Courses are offered through our Center for Economic Education (CEE) at UW Oshkosh. To register, please contact:
|Deirdre Watts, Director
Center for Economic Education
College of Education
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh , WI 54901
|Phone: (920) 424-2440
Questions about course content should be directed to the instructor. Click on the instructor's name to send an email. Be sure to include the course name you are inquiring about.
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