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Leadership and Public Service | Flexibility

Continuing your education as a graduate student is filled with possibilities! And we’re here to help every step of the way by providing flexible options that can make this journey possible amidst your work, family, and other commitments.

The Leadership and Public Service program is entirely online and can be completed in as little as 1-year or at a pace that suites your schedule. We understand that flexibility is a necessity on your path to degree completion.

FLEXIBLE OPTIONS TO COMPLETE THE 30-CREDIT MASTER'S PROGRAM

image of course load per semester and various options

Below represents some of the flexible schedule options to complete the 30-credit degree program:

  Fall One Spring One Summer One Fall Two Spring Two Summer Two

One Year

full- time

3 courses

9 credits

4 courses

12 credits

3 courses

9 credits

     
Four Terms

3 courses

9 credits

3 courses

9 credits

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

   
Five Terms

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

   
Two Years 

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

2 courses

6 credits

1 course

3 credits

2 courses

6 credits

1 course

3 credits

 

MASTER OF ARTS IN APPLIED PROFESSIONAL STUDIES (MAPS)

Develop advanced in-demand skills to meet immediate workplace needs. An Applied Professional Studies degree focuses on industry specific skills that employers are looking for today while combining real-world application. We designed the MAPS program for the working professionals - offering a flexible format, online courses, and affordable opportunity to achieve your professional and personal goals that align with potential for career advancement and upskilling needs.

Begin exploring your path in the UW-Parkside Leadership and Public Service degree program. Schedule a phone conference or virtual meeting by emailing or calling Denise.

 

MAPS PROGRAM CONTACT INFO

Denise Olstinske  |  262-595-2162  | denise.olstinske@uwp.edu

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