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About Our Programs

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville has been preparing teachers for more than 150 years, earning an outstanding reputation as an institution that is committed to quality in its educational offerings. With programs approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, you'll be prepared for a career in education at the level of your choice. You'll develop communication skills including technology and media, knowledge of content and how to teach that content, and human relations. You will have the opportunity to apply your classroom learning directly into local schools and community agencies.

Early Childhood-Middle Childhood (ages 0-11)

Focus areas: Infants, toddler and preschool programs, kindergarten and elementary grades up through grade six.
Options: Undergraduate

Early Childhood-Adolescence (0-21)

Focus areas: Birth through age 21 for fields such as foreign language, music, art, physical education, technology, or agriculture
Options: Undergraduate

Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence (ages 6-12 or 13)

Focus areas: Middle level education of grades 1-8, integrated learning design, project based learning
Options: Undergraduate

Early Adolescence-Adolescence (ages 10-21)

Focus areas: Middle and secondary levels for those teaching the age range of 10-21
Options: Undergraduate

Master of Science in Education

Focus areas: Develop in areas of research, instruction, and leadership for already licensed teachers
Options: Graduate

Master of Science in Education: Adult Education

Focus areas: Design, deliver, and assess educational programs for adults - offered in a hybrid format
Options: Graduate

Master of Science in Education: Human Services

Focus areas: Mental health, counseling, substance abuse counseling, and human services - offered in a hybrid format
Options: Graduate