Apply for Graduation by April 1

Those planning to graduate on May 18 must submit their application for graduation by April 1 regardless of whether they plan to participate in the ceremony.

MLC Online Master’s Program Named Best Value in the Country

MLC’s Master of Science in Education online degree has been named the #1 Best Value in the country by AffordableColleges.com. This website provides reviews and rankings to help prospective students narrow down the field when it comes to selecting which program to pursue. “Each school we’ve listed,” says the website, “offers a strong return on […]

Nicole Lehman

Even as an upper-level math instructor, Nicole Lehman ’10 sees the need to increase and improve her teaching techniques for students with learning difficulties. That’s what led her to the special education emphasis in MLC’s Master of Science in Education program.

Graduate Students Are Major Blog Contributors

MLC graduate students regularly contribute articles for Issues in Lutheran Education. This blog shares scholarly writings by Lutheran leaders to stimulate informed discussion about Lutheran schools. About 1,200 people subscribe through email, Facebook, and Twitter. The most-viewed article of 2018 was Being a Lutheran School Teacher is Awesome! with 1,490 views. Recent articles written by graduate students include:

Active Status Required

All graduate students must be enrolled in a course to maintain active status. A new course, EDU6999 Continued Graduate Studies, has been created for students who otherwise do not plan to take a course. This policy change enables MLC to more accurately serve graduate students and track their progress.

Online Tool Makes Tracking Program Progress Easy

MLC graduate students and their advisors can quickly check their progress, noting which courses are still left in their program plan.

Duane Vance: Public University Grad Thankful for MLC Master’s Program

Duane Vance can’t say enough good things about the Martin Luther College master’s program. “I never imagined what kind of impact the graduate studies program would have on our ministry here,” he says.