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Graduate Programs in Arts & Sciences

Taking the next step

Whether you are planning on continuing your education right after you graduate or you want to come back after years in the professional world, UW-Eau Claire is a supportive environment that offers high-quality graduate programs. The College of Arts and Sciences has three graduate programs available through a variety of departments. View what we offer below and contact us if you have any questions.

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Master of Arts in English

This program is designed for people who plan to teach in high school (already certified) or in college, to pursue careers requiring a high level of communication skills, or to pursue further graduate work in English or related fields.

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Master of Arts in History

This master’s degree serves an important role in training future historians for research, teaching, museum work, and public service. The MA in History is a 30 to 33-credit degree that emphasizes small reading and discussion seminars.

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Educational Specialist Degree Program in School Psychology

The graduate program in school psychology is a three-year, 67-credit program that prepares students to practice school psychology in public schools. The program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists.

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Resources for graduate students

Whether you're a new or returning Blugold we want to make sure you find everything you need to know about our Graduate Programs. Here are a few resources that will help.

Office of Graduate Studies

Applying for Assistantships and Fellowships (March 1 priority deadline)

Graduate Financial Aid (Recommended to apply by April 15)

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