Dave Schmitz, an accelerated degree completion student, explains why, in his own words, “the juice was worth the squeeze a million times over.”
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On the eve of commencement, Jim Brandt, Vice President of Adult & Graduate Studies at Wisconsin Lutheran College, reflects on WLC’s first group of degree completion graduates.
We need dedicated individuals to enter the field—especially during these difficult times—who can engineer stronger academic initiatives; who can solve problems creatively; who can think innovatively; and who can believe that all students deserve an excellent education. Consider a transition to teaching.
At WLC we offer the MA-Ed Science Instruction Specialty as a response to the current research and what we have heard from the PK-12 teachers who want to be “brought up to speed” on what is new in science and technology as impacting inquiry-based approaches.
Interested in hearing real business leaders share their insights and management perspectives from their industry? Consider an accelerated business degree completion program. You won’t be disappointed.
The universal quality of today’s classrooms is diversity. Students vary in learning style, language, gender, socioeconomic status, ability status, ethnicity, and culture. This diversity must be understood, appreciated, and carefully considered all throughout the learning process.
At Wisconsin Lutheran College, the Master of Arts in Education specialty, “High Performance Instruction,” prepares teachers, and their students, to soar like the eagles.
Is completing your degree worth the investment? Not only is it worth it, but it just may be the best investment you can make to ensure your future financial and career success.
Wisconsin Lutheran College’s Applied Environmental Science and Ecology course is just completing its first session and students from various parts of the Midwest have been able to accomplish field sampling in their neighborhood streams and compare results.
Today’s academic leaders are expected to work miracles in a short amount of time. Dr. Joyce S. Natzke describes the varying roles within educational leadership.