The Master of Education - Professional Development Initial Certification Program is not taking applications at this time
The Master of Education – Professional Development Initial Certification option is for students possessing a baccalaureate degree who wish to obtain licensure to teach while simultaneously earning a
Master of Education degree. The program is dedicated to preparing teachers who are active and inquiring learners, leaders, and community members. Students work with faculty advisors to plan graduate programs that meet licensure requirements in certifiable major and minor content areas, in addition to ensuring completion of the ME-PD required core coursework.
Admission requirements (from the 2010-2012 graduate catalog)
1. Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.
2. Have earned a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.85 for all coursework completed.
3. Have earned passing scores on the PPST, (Reading – 175, Mathematics – 173, Writing – 174) submitted to the
College of Liberal Studies (CLS) directly through the PPST examination center.
Submit the following materials to the UW-L Office of Graduate Studies:
- $56 non-refundable
application fee- checks made out
to UW-L Admissions
Dr. Carol Angell
The Master of Education -Professional Development Initial Certification Program is not taking applications at this time