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 Adult and Continuing Education Leadership


This program prepares students for positions of leadership in a wide range of post-secondary programs, including vocational and technical education, university extension, continuing education, training and human resource development, adult basic education, adult literacy, and community education.

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Higher Education Administration:  Master’s Degree


This program prepares the student for careers in higher education administation to include positions as student advisors, managers of support programs for traditionally underrepresented students, student housing specialists, student programming specialists, business managers, and specific administrative positions at all levels within higher education organizations.

For program details, click here or contact the Department of Administrative Leadership at  414-229-4740 or email: adldsp@uwm.edu

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Bachelor of Science in Community Engagement and Education (CEED)

The B.S. in Community Engagement and Education is for students interested in changing their community, non-school educational roles, or teaching in private or alternative schools. Some students also pursue licensure for teaching in public schools after graduation. Our students explore the causes of social inequality in urban communities, learning strategies for fostering social change and improving student achievement. 

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Master’s Program in Cultural Foundations of Education (CFE)

The M.S. in Cultural Foundations of Education provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the social forces that affect urban schools and communities. Our program is for people who want to look deeply at the challenges facing urban areas in the 21st Century and are willing to explore creative solutions.

For program details, click here or contact the Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies at  414-229-4323 or email: epcs@uwm.edu

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Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices Certificate Program

The Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices certificate is a 15-credit program designed to provide basic knowledge of and guidelines for practice with diverse groups. It is geared towards students who are currently in graduate programs or at the post-master’s level, and are interested in additional training in this area. This program is designed for students and current professionals in counseling, education, social work, psychology, business, and other health-related fields who are working with diverse populations. The certificate program will fulfill continuing education requirements through coursework for licensure or recertification. 

For program details, click here or contact the Department of Educational Psychology at  414-229-4767 or email: edpsydpt@uwm.edu

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Master's and Certification in Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) Education

The purpose of this Master’s Program is to prepare special education professionals to meet the needs of children, pre-K through 12th grade, who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH).  The program builds upon competencies and experiences of current teachers with certification in special education (any area and/or cross-categorical) and develops competencies specifically needed to support learning and development in children with hearing loss. 

For program details, click here or contact the Department of Exceptional Education at  414-229-5251 or email: exed@uwm.edu

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