Graduate School Opportunities

St. Mary's University

1. Blended M.A. Education (Wisconsin). Interested in pursuing a master's degree in education or do you need credits for license renewal? These courses can be applied to the MA degree program or license renewal credits. The winter/spring 2017 course sites are at:

• Baraboo
• Chippewa Falls 
• Ellsworth- READING 316 program
• Green Bay
• Madison
• Stevens Point

Additional information about this program can be found at:

2. Book Studies and/or Action Research 
Set up a book study or action research course with a 1 or 3 credit option for adult learners in your school or district. Contact me for additional information or go to this link:

Be sure to check out some of our fall courses by clicking the link below and sorting by location:>>

We have four independent study courses and seventeen online courses in these areas:
• Putting Implementation Plans into Practice
• Effective Coaching
• Conflict Resolution in Education
• Reaching Middle Level Learners
• Book Study: Teach Like a Champion
• Practical Differentiation for Today’s Busy Teacher
• Integrating Technology into Classroom Projects

3. Reading (316) and Literacy (17)
We can help you build reading teams in your school by forming your own site-based cohorts. The focus will be on improving student reading achievement in a way that can also lead to the 316 reading license for educators in Wisconsin. The program can also be aligned with a Master’s degree program. Additional information can be found at this link: 

Our competitive pricing makes our doctorate one of the best values for an exceptional education. Graduates have gone on to serve as presidents, deans, and tenured faculty members at various colleges and universities, leaders of healthcare institutions, non-profit organizations, as well as educators and administrators in a variety of educational settings.

Choose from either the traditional format at our Twin Cities Campus or our blended option in which learners complete three eight-day summer residencies while the rest of the program is completed in an online learning community. Our next cohort begins in April, 2017 but you can apply now.

5. Adding License Endorsements. Interested in adding a teacher or administration license endorsement? Special education (10Sped), regular education (Ed Nova), fast track teaching in shortage areas (Project Teaching), and administrative license endorsements (Wiscad) are available from our collaborative partner, NORDA. More information is available at:

For a more complete listing of the programs available from our Graduate School of Education, go to this link: