The newly revised 910 Add-On Health License Program offered by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse allows future school health educators to learn and explore best practices in the field of school health education. Approved for licensure in the State of Wisconsin*, the 15 credit program embraces the new InTASC standards and will allow participants to better understand the EdTPA assessment process. Up-to-date health information and skill development will be emphasized throughout the program. Interested participants must hold a current, Wisconsin DPI teaching license.
*This program is approved for licensure in the State of Wisconsin only. If you are seeking certification within another state, you must contact your state's certification office to ensure courses/credits will be accepted.
This blended program is designed to best serve working professionals who are unable to attend campus during the academic year. Specific on-campus learning experiences are complemented by online coursework so that participants may complete a portion of the program from home. An outline of the required coursework and the sequence of experiences are listed below:
The tuition plateau does not apply to students enrolling in undergraduate or graduate credit courses through the Office of Continuing Education and Extension.
Participants will earn the 910 license by completing our entire program in the sequence listed above and successfully passing the Praxis II examination.
Please contact Lori Reichel by January 16, 2015. If you are still interested after the deadline, please contact Lori.
For any inquires, contact either the Director, Dr. Lori Reichel at
or Credit Coordinator, Briana Meuer at
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