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Ariel Ellis

Upcoming UW-Stout Graduate Degree Spotlight: Psychology

University of Wisconsin–Stout Graduate Degree Spotlight: Psychology

Maintaining work-life balance, mindful attention to the well-being of stakeholders across a variety of establishments, and understanding how to maximize individual and professional wellness pose rapidly shifting challenges to many organizations. Forward-looking companies and educational institutions need dedicated, talented individuals who can connect with and improve their organizations, systems, and employee cultures.

Join us for a Graduate Degree Spotlight on psychology to explore careers in policy analysis, career or crisis counseling, child development, and others. Our graduate degrees in Applied Psychology, School Psychology, and School Counseling are designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience employers need to evolve and grow in a changing world.

Featured Advanced Degree Programs:

  • M.S. Applied Psychology (On Campus)
  • M.S. School Counseling (On Campus)
  • M.S.Ed. or Ed.S. School Psychology (On Campus)


Thursday, September 28, 2023, 12:00n – 12:30p CDT.

Participation is FREE, but pre-registration is required.


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Graduate Degree Advantage

Professionals with a graduate degree in education, science, technology or business earn 38% more on average than those with undergraduate degrees. In addition to a higher salary, graduate degrees can streamline the pathway to management and career advancement. And at Stout, your graduate work will incorporate specific hands-on projects to help distinguish your knowledge and experience from other job applicants.

100% of UW-Stout Master’s Degree  graduates are employed or continuing education.


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