Program focuses on two degree specializations: Teacher Leadership and Administrator Leadership. Both programs are offered at various locations throughout the state; both programs include some online work. See the specific program for details. Accredited by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
The program includes a standard track in Leadership and Organizational Development with the option of an emphasis in Health Care Management. New for fall of 2017, change in the title of the program to "Leadership and Organizational Development" and content modification to align with industry standards.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family offers a compact, two-week Kodály Summer Graduate Music Program.
Music educators can earn a Master of Music in Music Education with a Kodály emphasis in just four summers. While earning a master’s degree, they also earn an Organization of American Kodály Educators-endorsed Kodály certification.
Graduate students also have the option of earning a Kodály certification in three summers.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family’s Orff Schulwerk Certification Program – Level I will be held July 15-26 in the Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Throughout these two weeks, educators will develop an understanding of the teaching and learning process using the Orff Schulwerk approach to music and movement.
Students have the option to enroll in the Orff Schulwerk Certification Program – Level I for graduate credits or noncredit. Those who enroll for graduate credit will earn three graduate credits.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Graduate Faculty have professional experience related to their teaching assignments, allowing them to bridge the gap between theory and practice. In addition, the faculty is charged with providing person-to-person encouragement and counseling for the students, as well as carefully structuring the classroom environment to allow for student growth and the adoption of new roles.
Our graduate programs have been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. All graduate level work is designed to combine theoretical knowledge, practical skills and internalized dispositions upon which graduates of the programs can build higher levels of expertise and leadership in their field.