The School of Graduate Studies

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General Requirements for All On-Campus Master's Degrees
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On-Campus Programs

Master of Science in Computer Science
Statement of Purpose
Program Objectives
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
Prerequisites
Curriculum
Foundation Courses
Electives
Project Work
Culture and Language
Writing
Credit Requirements
Course Descriptions
Master of Science in Education - Counselor Education
Statement of Purpose
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
The Core, Research and Writing, and Clinical Track courses:
Core courses
Research and Writing courses
Clinical Track courses
School Counseling
Community Counselors
Student Services
Prerequisites
Admission to the Program
Admission to Candidacy
To apply for admission to candidacy the student must:
Approval for Clinical Tracks
Electives
Other Requirements
Licensure as a School Counselor
A Sample Two-year Program
Counselor Education Courses
Master of Science in Education
Statement of Purpose
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
Program Plan - M.S.E. Teaching:B-11, 10-14, 10-21, B-21
Writing Proficiency
Goal Statement
Coursework
Core Courses
Area of Knowledge
Program Plan - M.S.E. Teaching: Adult Emphasis
On-Campus Master of Science in Education with an Adult Education Emphasis
Writing Proficiency
Goal Statement
Coursework
Core Courses
Area of Knowledge
Off-campus Master of Science in Education with an Adult Education Emphasis
Course scheduling
State of Wisconsin Psychotherapy Provider Certification Requirements
Program Plan - M.S.E. Teaching: English Education (China)
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
Required courses in the MSE program with emphasis in English Education
Program Plan - Reading
Reading Teacher (316 license)
Reading Specialist (317 license)
Program Plan - Educational Administration
Program Plan - Special Education Cross-Categorical Teacher Licensure Program
Program Plan - English Language Learner Teacher Licensure Program
Teaching Courses
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Agricultural Industries Courses
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Physical Education Courses
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Physics Courses
Political Science Courses
Psychology Courses
Sociology Courses
Spanish Courses
Speech Courses
Theatre Courses
Women's Studies Courses

Online Programs

Online Courses - General Information
UW-Platteville's Mission
Mission of the School of Graduate Studies
History of Distance Learning
Benefits of Earning a Master's Degree at a Distance from UW-Platteville
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Research Involving Human Participants
Degrees and Programs
Accreditation
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General Requirements for All Online Master's Degrees
Academic Requirements
Writing Requirement
Grade Point Average
Admission Policies and Procedures
International Students
Admission Status
Full Standing
Trial Enrollment
Special Students
Assignment of Advisor
Registration and Course Policies
Criteria for Graduate-Level Course Work
Numbering of Courses
Undergraduate Students Enrolled in Graduate Classes
Graduate Students Enrolled in Undergraduate Classes
Transfer Credits
Applying Credits Earned in One Graduate Program Toward Another Graduate Degree
Pass-Fail
Independent Study
Full-Time Students
Registration
Degree Requirements
Writing Requirement Options
Thesis
Oral Examinations
Seminar Paper
Capstone Experience
Graduate Paper Style and Format
Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Tuition
Textbooks
Refund Policy
Academic Procedures
Course Incompletes
Minimum Standard
Repeating Courses
Dropping Courses
Withdrawing from School
Retention, Probation, and Dismissal
Time Limitation
Discontinuation of Inactive Students
Student Discipline
Graduation
Commencement
Student Assistance Services
Financial Aid
Loans
Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan
Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan
Federal Perkins Loan
Graduate PLUS Loan
Other Programs That Do Not Require a Financial Aid Application:
Veterans Benefits
Services for Students with Disabilities
Career Center
Transcripts
Information Services
Karrmann Library
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Statement of Purpose
Student Learning Outcomes
Admission Requirements for Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Special Students
Curriculum
Required Courses (Core Courses)
Elective Courses
Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice
Course Descriptions
Master of Science in Engineering
Statement of Purpose
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
Admission Requirements for Master of Science in Engineering
Special Students
Curriculum
Section A: Core Courses
Section B: Technical Emphasis Courses
Section C: Elective Courses
Certificate in Engineering Management
Certificates in Structural/Geotechnical Engineering
Course Descriptions
Master of Science in Project Management
Statement of Purpose
Student Learning Outcomes
Introduction
Admission Requirements for Master of Science in Project Management
Curriculum
Business Foundation Courses
Project Management Core Courses
Elective Courses
Certificates in Project Management
Course Descriptions

Other Reference Information

Reference Information
Graduate Faculty
Associate Membership
Full Membership
UW System Administration
University of Wisconsin Administrators
Board of Regents