Curriculum requirements

students studying at Polk LibraryFaculty

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh:
William Baurecht (bio)
John Cross (bio)
Vivian Foss (bio)
Yvette Guillemin-Young (bio)
Martin Gruberg (bio)
Stephan Kercher (bio)
Ronald Rindo (bio)
Michael Zimmerman (bio)

University of New Brunswick:
Jennifer Andrews (bio)
Gail Cambell (bio)
Deborah Johnson (bio)
Peter Kent (bio)Distance Education at UW-Oshkosh
Ross Leckie (bio)
William Parenteau (bio)
John Rowcroft (bio)
Richard Sigurdson (bio)

Degrees

None.

Undergraduate: In combination with a major, Canada-U.S. Studies minor can lead to a baccalaureate degree.

Summery of field of study

GOAL(S)
Canada-U.S. Studies is directed toward providing undergraduate students with a quality education that includes awareness of the importance of connections between our local community and the rest of the world.

THE MAJOR(S)
None

THE MINOR(S)

The program offers one minor(s): Canada-U.S. Studies

Get Involved

If you are interested in any of the ongoing projects funded by the UW System Institute for Global Studies, or have ideas for new connections with our partners at the University of New Brunswick and the University of Wisconsin Superior contact William Baurecht.

We encourage colleagues at UW Oshkosh to join us in developing Canada-US Studies:

• faculty and instructional academic staff who connect course work to Canada
• academic advisers and professional staff who encourage students to study abroad

 
Questions & Comments can be mailed to:   Last Updated:
graff@uwosh.edu Dec. 18, 2002