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  • Courses are offered in the evening with 8-week sessions during the fall and spring semesters. Courses are also offered during the summer.
  • School-based practicums with opportunities to work with experienced educational leaders
  • Flexible program completion plans developed for all students
  • Contemporary, up-to-date course content
  • Transcripts reviewed for previously completed, transferrable graduate courses
  • Record of significant job placements
  • Responsive and supportive advising
  • Logistical assistance in course registration
  • Options to add additional certificates to existing licenses
  • Courses are taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty who combine sound theoretical knowledge with practical, grounded instruction.
  • Instructors recognize the knowledge and perspective that students contribute to the learning process by encouraging engagement in the classroom.
  • Students have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with instructors and advisors to discuss individual goals, interests and special needs.
  • Our small class size promotes a sense of community and facilitates individualized instruction.
  • Edgewood College has been recognized as a "Best in the Midwest" College by the Princeton Review and was named to Forbes Magazine's Best Colleges List.

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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