Proud to be ranked #1
Department of Educational Psychology
in the nation
by US News & World Report
UW–Madison’s longest and proudest tradition is the Wisconsin Idea: the principle that our work should improve people’s lives beyond the boundaries of campus. This century-old guiding philosophy applies to our academics, research, and outreach. UW-Madison is a unique R1 university that offers expertise, personalized support, and connections at the program, department, and school level.
Learning Analytics Program
The online and flexible program provides the opportunity for students to learn in a way that best fits their schedule. Courses are designed to make use of the online modality by presenting content in a variety of ways, including professionally-produced videos and podcasts. Then, students engage with materials both individually and collaboratively, acquiring foundational knowledge and hands-on training necessary to make an impact. Coursework encourages students to pursue their interests and use their own data, when appropriate. Our motto is: Let your work enrich our curriculum, and let our curriculum enrich your work.
Department of Educational Psychology
Our Educational Psychology Department is routinely acknowledged as one of the very best in the country by US News & World Report (ranked #1 in 2023) and the faculty who are pioneering this work are, quite literally, world renowned. Our students learn from the professors whose research, scholarship, and daily practices have been instrumental in defining and shaping the field itself.
School of Education
Our School of Education consistently offers innovative graduate programs and produces scholars who can build upon the practical application of knowledge and master their areas of study from a theoretic and analytic viewpoint. In all, the School of Education is home to 10 academic departments, each supporting the Wisconsin Idea in their own area of expertise, and is ranked #5 in the nation by US News & World Report.
The School of Education and many of its programs are widely regarded as being among the very best in the nation. Impact 2030 is an ambitious initiative designed to dramatically strengthen the already highly regarded school. The School of Education has four big goals leading up to the centennial celebration in 2030: Investing in Wisconsin’s Future Teachers, Transformational and Innovative Learning Experiences, Bolstering Faculty Support, and Significantly Strengthen Student Scholarships.
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Would you like to learn more about the program’s curriculum and design? Chat about job prospects in the field, or how current students plan to apply their degree? Join program director Julia Rutledge to gain an inside perspective. Dr. Rutledge teaches the first course in the program and serves as the graduate student advisor, and is happy to answer questions and share insights. No need to register. Just drop in!
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Support Services for Students
The School of Education offers a variety of support services to its students. Graduate students within the online Learning Analytics program have full access to all student services at UW-Madison. The program’s student advisor works to get to know students, including their professional backgrounds, personal interests, and strengths, and connect them with strategic campus resources.
Below are links to some of the available programs and offerings for online graduate students.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion
programs that focus on equitable solutions and innovative research
McBurney Disability Resource Center
accessible and inclusive educational experiences for all students
Educational Psychology Student Association
building community within the EdPsych department’s master’s and PhD students
School of Education Career Center
career exploration, applications, and job search support
Adult Career & Special Student Services
providing resources for returning adult and nontraditional students
The Graduate School Professional Development
advancing academic and professional goals
MERIT Library and Tech Support
in-person and online resources to support remote teaching and learning
The Writing Center at UW-Madison
virtual writing services and writing workshops for a variety of writing types
Diversity and Inclusion Association
fostering inclusion for EdPsych students
Questions? Chat with Pat, our Enrollment Coach
As an enrollment coach, my role is to answer your questions about the Learning Analytics program and to help you decide if this program is the right fit for you and your career goals. I love listening to your questions, concerns, and stories. I am here to answer whatever questions you have about UW–Madison and to welcome you into the Badger family. Contact me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
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