New Programs

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Starting in Fall 2015

Doctorate in Special Education

This program targets educational leadership practitioners, professional educators and researchers with a background and/or interest in Special Education Leadership. With a focus on curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, speech and language, and literacy, faculty members across the College of Education and Leadership integrate their collective expertise in Literacy, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership, Writing, Inclusive Special Education, Evidence Based Specialized Education Design and Interventions and Speech and Language Pathology in the design and delivery of this innovative program.

Started in Fall 2014

Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy Completion

The American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC) and the health care community at large are asking for respiratory therapists to be prepared at the baccalaureate level due to the increasing complexity of healthcare, higher acuity patients, shorter hospital stays, and federal regulation changes. This program in respiratory therapy is the first to be offered in the State of Wisconsin and was built with the needs of the working respiratory therapist in mind. Courses are offered 100% online, allowing students the scheduling flexibility to continue to maintain a full-time work schedule.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

This pre-licensure program is a four-year degree program with classes offered in a traditional semester daytime format. Our program builds upon a foundation of knowledge in science and the humanities, and is aimed at developing your abilities to practice nursing using the principles of health promotion, maintenance and restoration across the life span in a variety of structured client settings. BSN graduates are prepared as general clinical practitioners, and are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses and obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse in the United States.

Master of Science in Nursing (Leadership Concentration)

This program prepares nurses for roles in education and leadership in academic, community and service settings, and students select either the educator or new leadership concentration. Upon completion of the foundational coursework, students move into courses designed for their selected concentration.Graduates will be able to practice and make contributions in a variety of educational and leadership positions based on theoretical, empirical and practical knowledge gained through this program.