Student Affairs Administration, Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.)

COVID-19 Update
09/15/2020

Our operational status

Academic departments will be minimally staffed. Classes for Fall 2020 are a mix of in-person, online, and hybrid. We recommend email and/or Canvas as the best way to reach faculty and instructors.

For more information: UWL's COVID-19 info hub

M.S.Ed. PROGRAM OPTIONS

Educating practitioners. Inspiring leadership.

On campus  at UW-La Crosse

1

  • Established in 1967. One of the oldest
    programs in the Midwest
  • Most classes taught on campus;
    occasional online classes
  • For full-time graduate students
  • La Crosse voted one of top 20 college towns in U.S.

Online   nationwide & partner programs in Midwest

2

  • Established in 2007
  • Residency not required
  • All classes taught online
  • For working professionals and full-time graduate students

M.S.Ed. FAST FACTS

36

credits

Affordable

One of only two Wisconsin colleges to make Kiplinger’s 2017 Top 100 Personal Finance’s list for best value in public colleges nationwide.

Average cohort size 16

17

U.S. States
represented

Excellent placement rates into practitioner positions

1,000

Alumni nationwide

— access to a vast network of professionals

Scholar/ Practitioner Faculty

average of more than 18 years experience as student affairs professionals at more than 20 institutions nationwide

 

International study tours and internship opportunities

FINANCING

  • Graduate assistantships/ internships
  • UWL Foundation scholarships
  • Need-based scholarships
  • Advanced Opportunity Grant
  • Minnesota residents pay in-state tuition