Courses for Educators


Take Courses for Professional Development or Personal Enrichment

You don't have to be admitted into a degree or certificate program to take courses at UW-River Falls. We offer a variety of classes each term that are designed to enhance the skills of educators or education professionals. 

You do need to be admitted as a student before registering for classes, however, and meet the minimum requirements for admission. You can apply onlinelink and if you are not entering as a degree seeking student you will not pay an admission fee. Just follow the instructions for Taking Classes for Credit.

Browse the featured courses below for one that meets your needs. To view course descriptions and schedule, select the catalog number. Current students can register for these credit classes through eSIS.

Summer 2014

For more information including course descriptions, select the links below.

Probability for Educators
MATH 756, 4 credits

July 7-31, 2014
9 a.m. - noon, M-Th
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Overview of Early Childhood Curriculum
MONT 505, 3 credits

August 4-23, 2014
Blended online and on campus
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Practical Life, Sensorial, and Preparation of the Environment
MONT 710, 4 credits

July 28 - August 23, 2014
Blended online and on campus
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Admissions Requirements

Students must have a bachelor’s degree to take graduate-level courses but teaching certification or licensure is not required.

You need to be admitted as a UW-River Falls graduate student before registering for classes. See Taking Classes for Credit for application instructions and requirements.

Once you've been admitted as a student you will receive instructions on how to register online.

For other admissions requirements, please contact the Admissions Office.



Please note that if you have not taken classes in more than one year, you may need to re-enter as a student. See Re-entry Process.