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Certificates and Additional Licensure

Teaching, Certificate, Extended Licensure, and Leadership Programs

Carroll University's Certificate and Licensure graduate programs offer education professionals flexible alternatives to traditional Master Degree programs. Candidates may complete the following certificate and licensure categories independently to develop expertise , or as a concentration to fulfill requirements in the M.Ed. program.

PK-12 Educators
Certificate and licensure programs are designed for PK-12 educators who want to enhance their knowledge, skills, and dispositions to impact teaching and learning in classrooms, schools, and communities.

Reading Teacher License (#316)

The Reading Teacher program offers a supportive and interactive environment for current classroom teachers to broaden their understanding and skills related to research-based reading assessment, evaluation and instruction. Successful completion of this 18-credit program and the Foundations of Reading exam lead to a #316 Wisconsin Reading Teacher License.

Learn more about Carroll University's Reading Teacher License program.

K-12 Writing Certificate

This 15-credit program balances research and theory with practice, preparing certified teachers to nurture engaged, flexible, and deep-thinking writers across all disciplines and grade levels. Candidates develop leadership skills to support effective writing instruction and facilitate professional growth. Core principles of the National Writing Project (NWP) Professional Development Program serve as the foundation for this program.

Learn more about the K-12 Writing Certificate program at Carroll University.

Elementary Mathematics Certificate

The Elementary Mathematics Concentration is a 5-course, 5-term certificate program for the development of Elementary Mathematics Specialists. Candidates acquire the habits of mind of a mathematical thinker and use mathematical practices to improve instruction in the elementary classroom. The program enhances content knowledge for effective teachers in Numbers & Operations, Algebraic Thinking, Measurement & Data, and Geometry.

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Wisconsin Adaptive Education License (#859)

The Wisconsin Adaptive Education License enables credentialed teachers to work effectively with students who have special needs. Candidates enrolled in this extended licensure program maintain a portfolio demonstrating how the acquired competencies apply to their particular educational contexts.

Learn more about Carroll University's Adaptive Education License program.

Wisconsin Alternative Education Certification (952)*

The Wisconsin Alternative Education Certification is required by the DPI for all teachers who teach students in non-traditional environments.

Learn more about Carroll University's Alternative Learning Environments License program.

Health Education License (#910)

Educators who wish to extend their Wisconsin license certification may complete course work in Health Education to add the #910 Health Education License.

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Adult and Continuing Education

Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Certification

The WTCS Certification program prepares the Technical College instructor for facilitating learning in a rapidly ever-changing society. Student may complete courses for WTCS certification independently (21 credits) or as part of the M.Ed. Adult and Continuing Education program (33 credits) at Carroll University.

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