Degree Requirements and Course Components
National Board Certification Pre-Candidate Workshop
Reading License 316
Summer School Offerings for Teachers
Urban Education Fellows Program
Waldorf Teacher Certification
Download the Dept. Info Sheet
Academic Areas of Study
Complete an Interest Form
Component 1 - Required Professional Courses (12 credits)
Diversity Among Learners - 3 credits
Component 2 – Subject-area Specialization (12 credits)
or it could be in an area of interest,
such as technology, controversial issues in education, urban education (partnership
with Milwaukee Teacher Education Center), or Waldorf Education (partnership
with Great Lakes Teacher Training Institute). To receive this special recognition,
one must relate the instructional project to a topic within the Special
Emphasis. Special emphases in adaptive education and reading meet requirements
for Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction licenses.
Option 2 – Practice-Based Emphasis: Course work is taken in the teacher’s subject area(s) and other areas having direct application to the teacher’s practice. Teachers may choose from a wide array of electives.
Component 3 - Inquiry and Instructional Project (6 credits)
Introduction to Professional Inquiry - 2 credits
See graduate bulletin for course descriptions.