Graduate Admissions

Earn your Master of Arts through WLC’s convenient, affordable master’s degree programs. Our programs are designed to develop and empower educational leaders like you to make a difference in their classroom, school, district, or corporate training setting.

Wisconsin Lutheran College is committed to making a positive impact on education, one learner at a time. Our Master of Arts curriculum is focused on developing servant leaders with the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to increase achievement and build communities of lifelong learners.
Complete your master's degree either online or in a blended format from one of the top Christian colleges in the nation.

Through your study, experience, and research as a Master of Arts student at WLC, you’ll make significant contributions to the field of education, and assist in selecting paths that make a transformational difference in student learning and achievement.

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Graduate-Level Education Programs

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High Performance Instruction

Help prepare the next generation of educational leaders with a Master of Arts degree in High Performance Instruction. This degree will enable you to work at any level of education in a multitude of roles that help shape curricula and standards, learning outcomes, and much more.

You’ll have the opportunity to receive an administration license (Director of Instruction license #5010) through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

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Leadership and Innovation

If you’re a teacher ready for the next phase of your career — outside of the classroom but still involved with students — earning a Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Innovation from WLC could be the stepping stone you need.

The leadership and innovation concentration in the Master of Arts program provides the opportunity to receive an administration license (Principal license #5051) through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

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Special Education Leadership

You’ve chosen this path to change lives and have a lasting, meaningful impact on students with developmental or intellectual disabilities. Your love of education and your students is why you’re pursuing your Master of Arts degree in Special Education Leadership — to go beyond your classroom and help more students live their best lives by shaping their educational experience.

The special education leadership concentration in the Master of Arts program provides the opportunity to receive an administration license (Director of Special Education license #5080) through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

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