Office: Winther Hall Information Desk window (main floor lobby)
Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday
Phone: (262) 472-1101
Federal regulations require full disclosure of licensure requirements for professional licensure programs (34 CFR Sec. 668.43; section C). Per the new rules, institutions are required to determine the states in which a student and prospective student is located for the purpose of disclosing state-specific professional licensure information to students based on the state in which a student is located. Professional licensure requirements for the state of WI can be found here. If seeking licensure outside the state of WI, contact information for state agencies can be found on the NC SARA Professional Licensure Directory.
(Approximate Ages: Birth-8 years old)
Regular and Special Education in community childcare facilities, birth-to-three programs, Head Start, Preschool, Four and Five-Year-Old Kindergarten, Grades 1-3
(Approximate Ages: 6-12 or 13 years old)
*Completion of a minor is required for this program*
(Approximate Ages: 10-21 years old)
Content area courses in departmentalized middle and senior high schools (grades 6-12) in the following areas:
Biology, Broadfield Social Studies, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Dance, Earth Science, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
(Appoximate Ages: Birth-21 years old)
Content area courses in public schools (all ages) in the following areas:
Athletic Coaching, Art, Bilingual/Bicultural, Business, English as a Second Language, French, German, Library Media, Marketing, Music, Physical Education, Spanish, Theatre Licensure is also available in Reading, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Counseling, and School Psychology at the graduate level.
(Approximate Ages: 6-21 Years Old)
Special Education in elementary, middle, and high schools (approximately grades 1-12).
Students choose an emphasis in either Cognitive Disabilities orLearning Disabilities/Emotional Behavioral Disorders.