RANGER RECOVERY

HONORING YOUR EXPERIENCES, PRIOR LEARNING MAY EARN YOU CREDITS

The University of Wisconsin-Parkside recognizes that college-level learning is not confined to the classroom. The Leadership and Public Service program is one of a few programs across the nation to offer graduate level prior learning assessment (PLA) credit.  We can help you finish your graduate degree faster and more affordably by giving credit for significant work and life experiences, military training, formal and informal education, certificates, or training from non-collegiate institutions, in addition to graduate credits you may have already earned.

Compare you prior learning with the program learning outcomes and curriculum. 

  1. Apply ethical principles to leadership practice in the public and private sectors
  2. Conduct successful research in public policy analysis
  3. Develop a public policy position, taking into account both scholarship and interest group narratives
  4. Apply critical theory to questions of social justice in community and economic development
  5. Utilize conflict management and resolution strategies in a variety of situations

If you identify areas in which you believe you have the competencies and skills to meet the learning objectives you may wish to explore PLA.

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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The Higher Learning Commission
Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification
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