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1 Master of Science in Education - Literacy Individuals who hold a valid Wisconsin teaching license who want to develop expertise in the area of Literacy while earning a Master s degree and meet requirements for the Wisconsin Reading License. What you learn: The Graduate Literacy program is designed to provide teachers the skills and knowledge necessary to become expert reading teachers and to prepare graduate students to become literacy leaders with skills in teacher coaching, decision-making, relationship building, applying action research knowledge, and advance in leadership qualities. License #16 is an 18-credit certification that gives the teacher the skills to be an expert reading teacher within the classroom setting. License #17 is an additional 15 credits built on the license #16 and provides the teacher with the skills necessary to work on a district level developing and implementing reading programs. How you learn: Online Cohort: This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. While there are no face-to-face requirements, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or other learning organization in order to complete some course assignments. You will finish one credit course every 8 weeks. Career Outcomes: Students will receive a Master s degree upon completion of program requirements, which includes the 0 credits listed below (Graduate Seminar=EDG 595/895; Portfolio 1 & 2). License #16 may be taken independently from license #17, but no master s degree will be awarded. Students wishing to obtain the #17 license must take it after completion of coursework for the #16 license. When coursework for both licensures is completed a master s degree will be awarded. # 16 Licensure - No Masters Degree Awarded EDG 552/852 Improvement in the Teaching of Reading EDG 509/809 Integrating Learning and Reading Skills Across Curriculum EDG 556/856 Language Arts for the Teaching of Reading EDG 55/85 Reading Assessment and Instruction EDG 554/854 Practicum in Reading EDG 576/876 Literature for Children K-12 EDG 627/911 Portfolio 1 0 EDG 628/912 Portfolio 2 0 # 16 and #17 Licensure - Masters Degree Included Total Credit Hours for #16 Licensure 18 Complete the above courses plus: EDG 57/87 Supervision of Instruction EDG 507/807 Curriculum Development EDG 544/844 Current topics and Research in Reading EDG 595/895 Graduate Seminar Total Credit Hours for #16 and Master s Degree 0 EDG 596/896 Internship in Reading (for #17 License only) EDG 629/91 Portfolio 0 Total Credit Hours for #16 and #17 with Master s Degree Program Director Contact Information Dr. Steven Witt Phone: Wisconsin Reading Foundations Test Preliminary Information As of January 1, 2014, individuals seeking an initial license as a reading teacher (16), or an initial license as a reading specialist (17), must take and pass the Wisconsin Reading Foundations. You may contact the CUW Graduate Literacy department or Wisconsin DPI for more information regarding this exam. This is only an introduction to the program. 12

2 Counseling Program This program is for students who desire to obtain a Master of Science in Education and become eligible to be licensed as a school or professional counselor in the state of Wisconsin. What you learn: This program is designed to prepare graduate students with the required knowledge, skills, disposition and experiences for professional counseling careers. Students have the option of preparing for their counseling practice in a school or professional setting. How you learn (Choose from two options): Online Cohort: You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. Most individual student assignments do not require logging in on a specific date and time, but some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or community based counseling organization in order to complete some course assignments. Typically, you will finish one credit course every 8 weeks. An on-campus, two course experience will be required during one summer of the program or the student may choose taking the two courses over a two summer period (It may also be possible to complete the summer courses at an approved junior college, college or university, subject to Program Director s approval). Each of the on-campus courses are offered in an eight consecutive day accelerated format with COUN 89-Individual Counseling starts on the second Monday of July and COUN 894-Group Counseling starts on the fourth Monday of July. Career Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to obtain a Master of Science in Education (School Counseling) or a Master of Science in Education (Professional Counseling). The school counseling master degree meets requirements for an initial educator school counseling license #54 through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). DPI-licensed teachers may choose to take two additional classes, EDG 62 and EDG 6, in order to qualify for the Alternative Education License #952. The professional counseling master degree meets requirements for professional counseling training license and is approved by the Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing (DRL). Upon completion of our program, students will be eligible to pursue the Wisconsin LPC licensure requirements. Applicants must possess a bachelor degree, preferably, in education, psychology, social work, sociology, criminal justice, nursing, or ministry. The face-to-face cohort and on-line cohort programs will have designated courses in the first eight areas of courses listed below with a total of 45 credits required for graduation. In addition to the course requirements, school counseling students must complete a Portfolio 1,2 and and pass a Praxis II examination in school guidance and counseling in order to meet school counseling certification requirements. School counseling students without a teaching license are required to complete COUN 620/920-Management of School Counselors for a total of 48 credits. School Counseling License #54 and Professional Counseling Training License 1. Human Growth & Development EDG 580/880 Family Development OR Credits COUN 554/884 Human Development COUN 554/854 Theories of Personality Credits 2. Social and Cultural Foundations COUN 552/852 Social/Cultural Foundations in Counseling Credits. Helping Relationships COUN 59/89 Individual Counseling Credits COUN 564/864 Consultation Strategies Credits COUN 54/84 Counseling: Theories and Issues Credits COUN 582/882 Trauma Counseling Credits COUN 512/812 Psychopharmacology Credits 4. Group Work COUN 594/894 Group Counseling Credits 5. Career & Lifestyle Development COUN 561/861 Career Counseling Foundations Credits 6. Appraisal COUN 587/887 Tests and Measurements for Counselors Credits 7. Research & Program Evaluation COUN 586/886 Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Credits 8. Professional Orientation COUN 592/892 Professional Ethics in the Helping Profession credits COUN 598/898 Practicum for School Counselors I (SC only) credits COUN 599/899 Practicum for School Counselors II (SC only) credits COUN 927/627 Portfolio I (SC only) 0 credits COUN 928/628 Portfolio II (SC only) 0 credits COUN 929/629 Portfolio III (SC only) 0 credits COUN 606/906 Practicum in Professional Counseling (PC only) 1 credit COUN 607/907 Internship for Professional Counseling I (PC only) 2 credits COUN 608/908 Internship for Professional Counseling II (PC only) 2 credits 9. Alternative Education* EDG 62/82 Educating Students at Risk credits EDG 6/8 Alternative Education credits 10. Lesson Planning/Classroom Management (Non-Teachers COUN 620/920 Management for Counselors** credits *Courses are not a part of the required sequence for a Masters Science in Education School Counseling- Courses are elective for licensed teachers as an add-on Alternative Education License #952. These courses are taken concurrently. **This course may be transferred into the program with the approval of the Director of Graduate Counseling. This is only an introduction to the program. Program Director Contact Information: Dr. Gary Petersen Phone:

3 Educational Administration Program Experienced educators with a Wisconsin teaching license who are interested in becoming an administrator in a K-12 school or district. What you learn: The Educational Administration Degree program is designed to equip teachers and administrators with skills in decision-making, leadership, human resource management, teacher evaluation, organization, and public relations. How you learn (Choose from two options): Online Cohort: This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. While there are no face-to-face requirements, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or other learning organization in order to complete some course assignments. You will finish one credit course every 8 weeks. Career Outcomes: The program includes Master of Science in Education Degree and helps qualify you for Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (WDPI) License #51 or License #10. This program can also serve as the Licensure only program if you already have a Masters Degree in Teaching or Education, and hold a WI Professional Educator s license. Applicants must possess a bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited college/university and have a minimum GPA of.00 for full acceptance, and hold an initial teaching license if desiring the principal or director of instruction license. Educational Administration - Core Courses EDG 51/81 Principles of Educational Administration EDG 515/815 Research Methods EDG 55/85 Legal Issues in American Education EDG 56/86 Educational Governance & Administration EDG 541/841 School Business Administration EDG 59/89 Practicum in Educational Administration EDG 627/921 Portfolio 1 0 EDG 628/922 Portfolio 2 0 EDG 629/92 Portfolio 0 EDG 595/895 Graduate Capstone Project Total Core Credit Hours 21 Educational Administration License Concentrations - Choose at least one concentration Principal License Concentration (#51) Director of Instruction Concentration (#10) EDG 507/807 Curriculum Development EDG 5/8 Leadership for Change EDG 57/87 Supervision of Instruction EDG 745 The Principalship Total Concentration Credit Hours 12 Total credit Hours Required EDG 507/807 Curriculum Development EDG 5/8 Leadership for Change EDG 57/87 Supervision of Instruction COUN 584*/884 Human Development COUN 587*/887 Tests and Measures Total Concentration Credit Hours 15 Master of Science in Educational Administration with Principal License Master of Science in Educational Administration with Director of Instruction License 6 Principal License Only for those who already have a Master s Degree in Education. (EDG 515/815 and 595/895 are not required for those students with an existing Masters degree) Both Principal and Director of Instruction taken at the same time 9 *These courses are available through Concordia s E-Learning Program, and may not be offered face-to-face at off campus sites. Program Director Contact Information Dr. Elliott Moeser Phone: This is only an introduction to the program

4 Alternative Education License Program Overview: Acknowledging that large and/or traditional school environments do not meet the needs of all students, the Alternative Education License is designed to work with teachers, school districts and community members to develop programs that help all students become successful, including those who are at-risk, vulnerable or disengaged. For the student who has lost his or her way, this might include jail or detention based education, credit acceleration, a behavior program or an opportunity to return to a traditional school. The Alternative Education License is an additional license for individuals who possess a teacher s license from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The program itself does not require a teacher s license and may be of interest to anyone who works with children, their families, and at-risk youth. Program Highlights & Benefits: Be a leader of positive change and resilience Learn new strategies to implement in your classroom, district or counseling environment, both in the school and the community Assist in creating healthy environments where all students can grow and thrive academically, socially, physically and spiritually Students must have a.0 cumulative GPA in their undergraduate program to be eligible for the program. The Alternative Education License is an additional license for people who currently posses a teacher s license from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. EDG 62/92 EDG 6/9 EDG 627/910 Elective: EDG 995 Alternative Education License #952 Educating Students at Risk The course intends to help identify students in a K-12 setting who are or have the potential to be at risk academically, behaviorally or socially. The course also intends to help develop attitudes, skills and techniques to be effective teachers of the at-risk student. Response to Intervention (RtI) and Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS) are discussed. The course looks at social, personal, cultural and community dynamics in relation to the education of students who are at risk. Alternative Education This course studies the nature of the alternative education K-12 program in the public schools and impact on the community. Various delivery systems and the role of the teacher in each system are addressed. Alternative education, as part of a community process, is discussed. Discussion will range from early intervention to last chance programs. Portfolio *if adding #952 licensure Integrating Technology to Enhance Online Instruction (At-Risk Programs) Total Credit Hours for #952 Licensure 6 0 Program Director Contact Information Dr. Jan Heinitz Phone:

5 Teaching and Learning Program This specialty is designed to prepare you to be a master classroom teacher through improved teaching skills and an increased understanding of the process of education. It provides student-educators with a range of choices of classes for license renewal or to increase expertise in your area of special interest. Portfolio assessment is done throughout the program. It is not required that a student hold a teaching license for acceptance into the program. Program Highlights & Benefits: The program utilizes a portfolio-based assessment process aligned with the Core Propositions of the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards Most faculty are doctoral prepared in the field of education Students have the option of completing a thesis or graduate seminar project Courses in the program are supported by excellent resources, including Rincker Library Classes are small and students recieve personal attention from faculty How you learn: Online Cohort: This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. While there are no face-to-face requirements, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or other learning organization in order to complete some course assignments. You will finish one credit course every 8 weeks. Applicants must possess a bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited college/university and have a minimum undergraduate GPA of.00 for full acceptance. Degree Requirements ( Total Credits Required): Required Courses EDG 507/807 Curriculum Design and Development EDG 521/821 Human Learning and Motivation EDG 528/828 Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching EDG 587/887 Assessment for Learning EDG 515/815 Educational Research Methods EDG 590/890 Thesis Completion OR EDG 595/895 OR Graduate Capstone Project EDG 627/924 Portfolio I 0 EDG 628/925 Portfolio II 0 EDG 629/926 Portfolio III 0 Total Required Course Hours 18 Elective Courses (Select Five) EDG 508/809 Integrating Learning Across the Curriculum EDT 514/814 Educational Ministry in the Digital World EDG 526 The American Family Today EDG 5/8 Leadership for Change in Education EDG 55/85 Legal and Ethical Issues in Education EDG 57/87 Supervision of Instruction COUN 54/84 Counseling Theories and Issues EDG 544/844 Current Topics and Research in Reading EDG 556/856 Language Arts and Teaching Reading EDG 562 Faith Development of Young Children COUN 569/869 Schools, Community, and Family EDG 570 Cooperative Learning in the Classroom EDG 574 Art in Elementary and Early Childhood Education EDG 576/876 Literature for Children K-12 EDG 580/880 Family Development COUN 584/884 Human Development EDT 589/889 Applying Technology in the Content Areas EDT 607/907 Multimedia for the Classroom EDT 608/908 Critical Issues in Educational Technology EDG 62/92 Educating Students at Risk EDG 6/9 Alternative Education EDT 69/99 School Leadership in Technology EDG 642 The Reflective Practitioner EDT 657/957 Building Online Learning Communities (Web 2.0/Learning 2.0) EDG 649 Professional Learning Communities EDT 670/970 Integrating Technology in the Classroom EDG 871 Methods of Teaching ESL EDG 819 Observation, Analysis & Practicum in ESL Classrooms EDG 816 Accommodating Differences in Literacy Learners EDG 817 ELL Literacy: Reading, Writing and Grammar Strategies COMM 860 Cross Cultural Communication ENG 840 Basic English Linguistics Program Director Contact Information: Aimee Brown, M.S. Phone:

6 Special Education Program This specialty is designed to prepare students in both cross-categorical and early childhood special education. It provides teaching professionals with the opportunity to identify characteristics of children with disabilities, assess their individual needs, and design intervention strategies by adapting and/or accommodating instruction. Developed to meet all state and CEC standards, the program provides rigorous, comprehensive courses that include numerous field experiences. Graduate students may choose to earn only their Special Education licensure or, by including a research component, earn a Master s degree in Special Education. Students must pass the PRAXIS II test in Special Education, Cross Categorical for Early Childhood or Elementary prior to receipt of Special Education Licensure. Program Highlights & Benefits: The program is designed and developed to meet all the state standards and the standards of the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC). The program endorses interdisciplinary teaching and strategies utilizing instructors from the School of Education and the School of Human Services (Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Social Work). Because Special Education has been designated as an area of teacher shortage, upon graduation, teachers often qualify for loan reduction or loan cancellation. The program utilizes a portfolio-based assessment process Adaptive education courses are included for those who do not already hold that licensure. How you learn: Online Cohort: This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. While there are no face-toface requirements, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or other learning organization in order to complete some course assignments. You will finish one credit course every 8 weeks. Applicants must possess a bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited college/university, have a minimum undergraduate GPA of.00 for full acceptance, and hold an initial teaching license to obtain special education licensure. Degree Requirements (45 Total Credits Required): Cross Categorical #801 License Required for students entering with a Special Education/Adaptive Education Minor: EDG 515/815* Educational Research Methods* EDG 595 Graduate Capstone Project EDG 67 Strategies for Teaching At-Risk Youth EDG 75/95* Characteristics & Procedural Safeguards in Special Education* EDG 77/97* Life Span and Development of Children with Disabilities* EDG 79 Reading Diagnosis and Instruction in Special Education EDG 740/940* Assistive Technology for Individuals with Disabilities* EDG 741 Curricular Adaptations for Learners with Disabilities EDG 742 Consultation, Collaboration, & Teaming EDG 74 Student Teaching and Seminar EDG 627 Porfolio I 0 EDG 628 Porfolio II 0 EDG 629 Porfolio III 0 *Available Online Total Cross Categorical Credit Hours 0 Additional Courses In addition to the required courses, these courses are required for students entering the program without a minor in Special Education/Adaptive Education: EDG 724 Environmental & Personal Strategies for Self Management of the Exceptional Child EDG 79 Reading Diagnosis & Instruction in Special Education (ECSE only) EDG 779 Assessment & Instruction for Children with Special Needs (Cross Category only) EDG 781 Language/Communication Disorders EDG 784 Educational/Behavioral Management in Special Education EDG 787 Intervention Strategies in Special Education Additional Electives: Early Childhood #809 License Required for students entering with a Special Education/Adaptive Education Minor: EDG 515/815* Educational Research Methods* EDG 595 Graduate Capstone Project EDG 71/91* Evaluative Techniques in Early Childhood Special Education* EDG 72 Curriculum & Program for Early Childhood Special Education: 0-8 (Early Intervention Practicum; Preschool/Primary Practicum) EDG 7 Language Acquisition & Literacy 0-; Preschool/Primary EDG 75/95* Characteristics & Procedural Safeguards in Special Education* EDG 77/97* Life Span and Development of Children with Disabilities* EDG 740/940* Assistive Technology for Individuals with Disabilities* EDG 742 Consultation, Collaboration, & Teaming EDG 744 Student Teaching and Seminar EDG 627 Porfolio I 0 EDG 628 Porfolio II 0 EDG 629 Porfolio III 0 Total Early Childhood Credit Hours 0 EDG 562 Faith and Worship Strategies for Children with Exceptional Needs EDG 768 Sign Language for the Special Educator *EDG 769/969 Strategies of Integration for Autism Spectrum Disorders* Total Additional Credit Hours 15 Program Director Contact Information: Dr. Wanda Routier Phone:

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