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MLC graduate students learn from experts in their fields. In addition to nine on-campus faculty members, graduate students have access to 17 adjunct faculty members. Adjuncts, WELS members who serve MLC's graduate program on a part-time basis, bring their unique perspectives to help our students grow beyond the walls of MLC.
Nine MLC faculty members serve on the undergraduate and graduate faculty. Like all MLC faculty members, they have real ministry experience. They also have gained additional expertise through advanced study and have a terminal degree (doctorate) or are near completion of such a degree. The on-campus graduate faculty members are as follows:
One reason WELS teachers return to MLC for their master’s degree is that they trust MLC to . . .
College students often feel like they are waiting for REAL life to begin. Sometimes one sits in class and wonders, “What’s the point? Will I really ever use this in the REAL world? If only I could just be done with classes and do REAL ministry.”
Now is the time to start planning to get your master’s degree. Some students, like May 2012 graduates Darren Vogt and Mayu Takada, begin their graduate studies right away. Others will get a year or two of experience first. Both are great! The important thing is that teachers are interested in learning and improving.
Graduation day will soon be here! Finally some of the mystery that surrounds God’s plan for your future will begin to be revealed. Some will receive a call into ministry, some will proclaim the gospel in foreign lands, some will marry, and some will serve in still other ways. With new adventures come new challenges, and soon you will desire to hone your skills and improve your service by furthering your education. You will be confronted with many options to continue your learning. A master’s degree from MLC may be a good fit. Here's why.