Certifications and Specializations are available as a stand-alone program or in addition to your undergraduate [U] or graduate [G] degree. Undergraduate students are ineligible for graduate-level certificate programs. Certificates with an * are only available to on-campus students.
Meet your career goals and enhance your literacy leadership skills through our reading certifications. If you are teaching full-time, enrolling in one course per term is the recommendation of the reading faculty.
Reading Specialist Certification [G]
Reading Teacher Certification [G]
Post-Baccalaureate Educator Certifications
UW-Stout offers post-Baccalaureate non-degree, add-on certifications for individuals with a previous education degree who are eligible for or hold at least one Pk-12 educator license. This does not include permits, substitute license, experienced-based licenses or Tier I license in the state of Wisconsin.
See the complete listing of Educator Certifications
A specialization is a program of study with carefully constructed learning experiences, defined outcomes, and specified evaluation procedures.
Gerontology Specialization [U, G] *
Golf Enterprise Management Specialization [U] *
Health Science Occupations Education Specialization [U, G]
International Studies Specialization [U] *
Training and Human Resource Development Specialization [G]