Carthage offers a 38-credit Master of Education program with three areas of concentration, as well as licensing tracks in reading, administration, special education, and English language learning. Through evening studies, you can earn your M.Ed., add additional teaching licenses, or complete coursework for personal enrichment.
About the M.Ed. Program
The Master of Education program at Carthage fosters intellectual and professional learning opportunities within the context of a liberal arts education. Classes enable teachers to keep abreast of current issues relating to education such as curricula, counseling, guidance, and administration. All courses meet Wisconsin teacher licensure requirements in selected areas and carry Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction program approval.
Concentrations and Licensing
In addition to a 38-credit graduate program in education with three specialized concentrations, Carthage also offers the following education licensing:
- Reading teacher: #316 license
- Reaching specialist: #17 license
- Education administration: #51 principal license
- Cross-categorical special education: #801 license
- English as a second language: #395 license
M.Ed. Community Partnerships
Carthage offers numerous community partnerships providing tuition discounts. Current partners include:
- All Saints Catholic School
- Brighton School District
- Burlington Area School District
- Kansasville Grade School/Dover #1 School District
- Kenosha Unified School District
- Our Lady of Grace Academy
- Paris Consolidated School District
- Racine Lutheran High School
- Racine Unified School District
- Shoreland Lutheran High School
- Siena Catholic Schools of Racine/St. Catherine’s
- St. Joseph Catholic Academy
- The Prairie School
Questions about these community partnerships? Don’t see your district/school listed? Contact John Weiser, Director of Graduate Admissions, at email@example.com or 262-551-5734.
Accelerated Certification for Teachers
Carthage offers Accelerated Certification for Teachers, or ACT, which helps those who already hold a bachelor’s degree and want to become a licensed teacher in Wisconsin.