News & Notes
Beginning in fall 2015, all graduate students will need to be enrolled in a course to maintain active status. A new course, EDU9666 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.
On May 16, 10 graduate students will be recognized for earning their Master of Science in Education degrees. As they walk the stage to receive their diplomas, they will be an example of faithful service for those receiving their bachelor's degrees and an inspiration for all current master's degree students. We thank God for their dedication and pray the Lord uses their professional development and commitment for the building up of his kingdom. This year’s graduates are . .
The Wisconsin Synod authorized Martin Luther College to offer a master's degree designed to meet the ministry needs of Lutheran teachers. On August 12, 2005, the Higher Learning Commission granted MLC approval to offer the MS in Education degree. Ten years later the Lord has blessed the program with explosive growth. The graduate program has grown to over 130 graduate students, 27 faculty, and 72 graduates.
Graduation at Martin Luther College is special. It is a day of praise to the Lord for the gifts he gives to his church - both undergraduate and graduate. It is important to publicly recognize those who earn their master's degree. We celebrate their accomplishment in several ways.
May 16 is graduation at Martin Luther College, and we hope every graduate faculty member can attend.
Prof. John Meyer, PhD.
Director of GSCE
(507) 354-8221 x398
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