Administrative Leadership MS - Educational Leadership Concentration (UW–Milwaukee)
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, in an effort to meet the leadership needs of the school districts of Wisconsin, provides a fully online, two-year accelerated sequence of courses leading to a UWM master's degree in Educational Leadership and/or DPI licensure as a school administrator. The courses are designed to meet the needs of those currently serving their schools as Wisconsin DPI licensed teachers.
The UWM Department of Administrative Leadership is committed to the development of educational leaders. We believe that excellent educational leaders nurture leadership among others in the school community, create positive work environments for staff, students and parents, and contribute to the improvement of teaching and learning.
Additional courses needed for the Director of Special Education and Pupil Services and the School Business Administrator licenses are available on the UWM campus. New sequence begins Spring 2012.
Total credits required for completion: 33
Students seeking the online option must fill out a short questionnaire in addition to applying online.
A minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75.
One official transcript sent directly to the Graduate School from each undergraduate and graduate school attended. If you attended UWM as an undergraduate, the Graduate School will obtain transcripts from the UWM Undergraduate Records Office.
Proof of English Language Proficiency.
Applicants seeking licensure who already hold a Master's Degree are not required to complete a second graduate degree. They may register for all of the required course work as Non Degree Candidates (NDC) and be recommended for the appropriate license upon its successful completion. Work completed prior to beginning certification at UWM may be applied toward certification requirements as appropriate. There is no grade-point average admission requirement for NDC status.