Education and Educational Services (EES)

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CONTACTING US

Education Academic Services
School of Education
UW-Madison
139 Education ​Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI  53706-1796


Tel: 608/262-1651
M-F: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Email:
easinfo@education.wisc.edu
 

Education and Educational Services (EES) Certificate Program

The Education and Educational Services (EES) Certificate Program provides an organized program of study for undergraduate students interested in the many aspects of education, but who choose not to major in Education during their undergraduate career. Students interested in child development, neuroscience and the process of learning, or education-related policies, for example, may wish to complement their current major with this substantive program in Education.

Education is one of the hotly contested subjects in today's politics & society.
The EES Certificate program was designed to address a variety of key issues related to education, as well as national changes in teacher education. This program contributes to the cultivation of informed and engaged citizens and enriches public dialogue around critical issues in educational policy and practice.

Upon completing the EES Certificate program, students will:
​Understand individual processes of teaching and learning
- Understand the social context of education and educational institutions
- Understand educational decisions including the selection of concepts taught, as well as research and policy prescriptions

Additional Information:

GENERAL INFORMATION 
ABOUT
ADVISING
EES CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
EES Certificate Declaration Form (submit when you want to begin the certificate program)
EES Certificate Completion Form (submit during the semester you will complete all certificate requirements)

Questions or Concerns? Call, Email or Visit:

Education Academic Services (EAS)
608/262-1651, M-F 7:45 am-4:30 pm
139 Education Building 
1000 Bascom Mall 

or email the EES administrator.
Doors to the Education Building

EES SPOTLIGHT

JOIN US!
for an EES Certificate Info Session!

When: Thursday, ​October 6th from ​4-​5pm
Where: First floor of the Red Gym (Room TBD - look for signs when you arrive)
What: Informal information session with snacks and refreshments (while they last!)

EES ADVISING

An advising session at Education Academic Services (EAS) or the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention (OURR) is recommended before declaring the EES certificateCall the EAS reception desk at 608-262-1651 or visit 139 Education Building to make an appointment. 
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