Please contact Dr. Eric Brunsell (brunsele@uwosh.edu or 1-920-424-3163) if you have any questions regarding graduate credit for your PLP experience.
Forms Attached Below:

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The University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh is happy to provide up to four graduate credits for your participation in the Powerful Learning Practice® cohort experience. The requirements for graduate credit will be completed during the normal course of the PLP cohort experience and represent a rigorous and robust introduction to teaching and learning in a connected world. Two credits will be awarded in January (fall semester) and an additional two credits can be awarded in May (spring semester).
Graduate credit is available at a reduced cost of $175 per credit ($350 for 2 credits, $700 for 4 credits). This per-credit cost is the same for in-state, out-of-state, and International students. These are normal, 700-level (upper-level), graduate courses and should be acceptable for most master’s level graduate programs and professional development plans. These credits are also directly applicable to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Masters of Science in Education – Curriculum & Instruction degree (Please contact Eric Brunsell for more information).


To Register:
You must register separately for fall and spring courses. Complete the appropriate registration forms. If you are registering for both fall and spring, you only need to complete the second page on the fall form! Depending on your background, you must select either Elementary Education 715 (ElemEd) or Secondary Education 715 (SecEd).
Please mail your registration form and tuition check to:

Karen Norton
College of Education and Human Services
University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
800 Algoma BLVD
Oshkosh, WI 54901

About UWO
The University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, established in 1871, is the third largest campus in the University of Wisconsin System. Approximately 12,700 students benefit from the internationally recognized expertise of our faculty, a wide variety of courses and degrees offered – including 57 undergraduate majors and 17 master’s degree programs – and modest class sizes that foster one-on-one and collaborative learning with professors, rather than teaching assistants. UW Oshkosh, the first Fair Trade University in the United States, has been recognized for its role in embracing sustainable practices, such as building "green," examining its carbon footprints and promoting social justice.

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