Department of Education

Education is more than a profession. It's a calling that demands capable leaders. UW-Superior has been training future educators since its inception as a Normal School in 1893. Whether you want to be an educator, administrator or counselor, our innovative programs and courses will prepare you for a successful, rewarding career.

The Department of Education offers online and on-campus undergraduate and graduate degree programs and pathways to licensure. Information about our programs is listed below.

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PROGRAM
LOCATION
TYPE
DEGREE
PLANNING SHEET
Education Education
Major/Minor
 
Education Instruction Education Instruction
Master's Degree
 
Educational Administration Educational Administration
Master's Degree
 
Educational Administration - Superintendent Educational Administration - Superintendent
Master's Degree
 
Master of Science in Education - Counseling Master of Science in Education - Counseling
Master's Degree
 
Special Education Special Education
Master's Degree
 
Special Education Special Education
Minor
PROGRAM:
Early Childhood
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor/Certificate
PROGRAM:
Education
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Education Instruction
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Educational Administration
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Educational Administration - Superintendent
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Master of Science in Education - Counseling
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Special Education
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Special Education
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor

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