A Master of Science in Education degree with the option of two different tracks.  One in k-12 education and the other in adult education and human services. Each program has separate requirements that need to be satisfied.

Master of Science in Education:  K-12 Emphasis

This program provides already licensed teachers the opportunity to continue developing in the areas of research, instruction, and leadership. A master's degree establishes you as an expert in the field along with improving your skills in the classroom, and providing you increased job stability and a potential salary increase.

You will earn your degree by successfully completing 30 credits. The Master of Science in Education program may lead to licensure in an endorsement area such as educational administration, reading teacher, reading specialist, or cross-categorical special education. This is a user-friendly program, allowing for blended courses that meet at night, on weekends, and in the summer.

Review the degree requirements for admittance into the master's program, teaching courses available, and review the program plan.  Graduate programs leading to a master of science degree requires program coordinator's approval for admission.

Master of Science in Education: Adult Education and Human Services (counseling)

If you are interested in earning your master's degree to advance your skills in working with adults, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling or human services, UW-Platteville can assist in achieving your goals.  The MSE: Adult Education and MSE: Human Services each have their own set of program requirements.

We also offer the following undergraduate education programs: