The Williams Plan consists of:
Foundation courses in:
Critical Thinking, Reasoning, and Communication:
"The GWC College Experience"
- Develop skills for academic success.
- Receive support in your transition to GWC.
"Empirical and Mathematical Reasoning"
- Use math to solve common societal problems.
"Scientific Inquiry and Practice"
- Explore the GWC campus on beautiful Lake Geneva, while gaining scientific skill and insight.
- "The GWC College Experience"
Arts, Humanities, and Culture:
"Arts, Literature, and Inquiry"
- Examine the creation and meaning of artistic and literary works throughout history.
"Ethical Reasoning and Values"
- Identify the relationship between human behavior and ethical dilemmas.
- Understand how history influences contemporary society and its continued evolution.
"Social Inquiry and Inclusivity"
- Study the effects of psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual variables on human development.
- "Arts, Literature, and Inquiry"
Thematic courses on Social Entrepreneurship and Responsibility:
Year One: The Field of Social Entrepreneurship
- See how creativity and innovation are used to effect societal change on local and global levels.
Year Two: Skills of Social Entrepreneurship
- Gain the tools you need to implement sustainable, constructive solutions to societal ills.
Year Three: Social Entrepreneurial Venture
- Apply your skills to a real-world social problem.
- Year Four: Social Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Mentoring Mentor your peers; prepare for the future.