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Specializations

 An MA is valued in so many areas of life. That’s why we offer such a wide variety of specializations. Your interest will depend on where you are in your career—and where you want to go.

For Licensed Teachers

Develop your skills in the classroom:

  • Professional Development

Add a license:

  • Alternative Education*
  • Reading Teacher*/ Reading Specialist*

Prepare to become a skilled administrator:

  • Administrative Leadership (Principal*)
  • Instructional Leadership (Director of Instruction*)

*Meets state standards for licensure.

Licensed teachers can also add another initial license in the following areas:

  • Early Childhood / Middle Childhood (Ages Birth to 11)
  • Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (Ages 6-13)
  • Early Adolescence / Adolescence (Ages 10-21)
  • Special Education: Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (Ages 6-13)
  • Special Education: Early Adolescence / Adolescence (Ages 10-21)

SPECIAL NOTE: A tuition scholarship for licensed teachers is available.


For Those Seeking Initial Licensure:

  • Early Childhood / Middle Childhood (ages birth to 11)
  • Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (ages 6-13)
  • Early Adolescence / Adolescence (ages 10-21)
  • Special Education: Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (ages 6-13)
  • Special Education: Early Adolescence / Adolescence (ages 10-21)

For Business Professionals:

  • Adult Education and Instructional Design
  • Adult Education and Organizational Development
  • Professional Development (Community College Focus)

Questions?

Please contact our Admissions Counselor, Katie Kipp, at (414) 382-6045, (800) 933-3401, or email her here.

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