Join the Kellner College of Education, Literacy and Leadership at Cardinal Stritch University to learn more about graduate programs to help Wisconsin teachers, schools and districts meet the needs of their students and to close the gap in their learning.
Find out more about the graduate degree and licensure programs available at Stritch at one of our upcoming thirty-minute virtual information sessions held Mondays at 4 p.m. via Zoom.
Register using the links below.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TEACHING — INITIAL LICENSURE
The best choice for degreed professionals seeking teacher licensure in four pathways — elementary K–9, secondary 4–12, special education K–12 or regular and special education K–12 — with the option of earning a M.S. in Teaching.
#1316 – READING TEACHER LICENSE
Prepares educators to provide focused and intensive reading instruction for children, particularly those who are striving with literacy development. Continue with a three-class, 10-credit add on for the #5017 – Reading Specialist and Master of Science in Literacy.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
Earn your #5051 – Principal and #5010 – Director of Instruction licenses along with your Master of Science in Educational Leadership degree in a program designed for educators who want to expand their leadership knowledge and skills to serve in leadership roles in their schools and districts.
DOCTORATE IN LEADERSHIP FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING AND SERVICE IN LITERACY
Prepares you to apply understandings of leadership, learning, service and research to inform efforts to build the capacity of self and others in literacy settings.