Graduate Programs

 

WSC's Graduate Programs are designed to

  • expand the student's understanding of contemporary society through a full application of the student's culture and its world relationships
  • increase the student's knowledge in a particular area
  • deepen the student's personal values and to broaden his/her basic philosophy
  • encourage the student's concern for independent investigation and experimentation
  • refine the student's skills in oral and written expression and in the reflective thinking processes
  • provide students with intellectual stimulation and a foundation for continued study leading to the doctoral degree
Master of Science in Education (MSE)


Counseling

Curriculum & Instruction
Instructional Leadership

School Administration

Exercise Science

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Dr. Keith Willis

kewilli1@wsc.edu

Dr. Joni Irlmeier

tishare1@wsc.edu

Dr. Jim Ossian

jaossia1@wsc.edu

Dr. Tammy Evetovich

HANDBOOK (PDF)

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INTERNSHIP MANUAL

 

Admission & Retention Handbook (PDF)

     

 

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Education Specialist (Ed.S.)

 

The Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree is a 33-hour program offered totally online and is available for those individuals desiring a School Superintendent position.

 

The applicant must possess a Master's degree or endorsement in education-school administration from an accredited institution. Applicants with a master's degree in other education fields will be required to complete deficiency hours.

 

 

Dr. Jim Ossian

jaossia1@wsc.edu

 

HANDBOOK (PDF)

 

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