Graduate Studies News
Important news for Graduate Studies. Please read them.
Beginning in fall 2015, all graduate students will need to 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.
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 . .
With the addition of two new graduate adjunct professors, several changes will soon be coming to educational technology courses. Dr. Richard Bakken is in the process of revising EDT5003 Multimedia Technologies to bring the course up to date with current technology and practical applications. The course will be offered this coming spring semester.
The 2014-2016 Graduate Studies Bulletin is now available. Some of the updates include the addition of several new graduate courses and graduate faculty. Program plans have also been revised with the addition of the new mentoring courses. Please take this opportunity to read through it, and let us know if you have any questions!
MLC developed the educational technology emphasis to support teachers' ongoing efforts to integrate technology in the school curriculum. This emphasis is specially designed to assist WELS technology coordinators and classroom teachers to become technology leaders in their schools.