Graduate Partnership Program

The School of Education and Human Services at Carroll University offers partnership opportunities to school districts throughout Wisconsin and beyond. These partnerships let your employees access a wide variety of high-quality programs in education geared to prepare the next generation of educators and district leaders.

With the Graduate Education Programs listed below, students affiliated with a District Partner receive a 15% tuition discount. 

Benefits of a Partnership

Programs

Advanced Teaching & Learning Programs

Include Reading Teacher, Reading Specialist, ESL, Special Education, K-8 Math, and Instructional Coaching and Teacher Leadership. Certificate, licensure and masters degree options

Educational Leadership

Preparation for school and district leadership positions. licensure and masters degree options

Master of Arts in Teaching

Do you have a paraprofessional that is interested in becoming a teacher? Our Master of Arts in Teaching program is now included in our partnership program! This program prepares entry level educators for the classroom in either an Elementary and Special Education Track or a Secondary and ESL Track.

Current Partnerships

It's easy to become a partner and your district and educators will all receive the benefits. Please see below for our current list of partners. Don’t see your school or district? Contact Josh Hurlebaus in Graduate Admissions for more information.
 

School District Partners

Brown Deer School District
Burlington Area School District
Downtown Montessori Academy
Elmbrook School District
Franklin School District
School District of Jefferson
Lake Geneva School District
School District of Menomonee Falls
Mukwonago Area School District
School District of New Berlin
Oconomowoc Area School District
Oostburg School District
Pewaukee School District
Salam (Milwaukee)
St. Francis School District
Sun Prairie Area School District
Swallow School District
Watertown Unified School District
School District of Waukesha
Whitnall School District
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