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  • Courses are taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty accomplished in their fields of expertise.
  • The classroom provides a challenging environment that is focused and supportive.
  • You will have the opportunity to work in a team-based setting that mirrors the professional settings of the work environment.
  • Edgewood College has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a “Best National University,” among “America’s Best Colleges” by Forbes, and a “Best in the Midwest College” by Princeton Review.
  • Courses are offered on evenings and weekends to accommodate busy schedules.
  • Licensure courses offered in both online and traditional classroom settings.
  • You can begin the program in the fall, spring or even summer semester.

School districts and other educational entities partner with Edgewood College to provide graduate-level credit opportunities for professional development courses.

Depending upon course rigor and content, PD courses may count towards a graduate degree (with advisor approval) or a licensing program in the School of Education.

All PD courses can be used towards WDPI license renewal and as evidence toward Professional Development Plans (PDPs).

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