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November 2012

Registration for Next Semester 


Registration for second semester courses began on October 15. Priority registration for graduate students ends December 20. Register now.

New Video


A new promotional video features 2012 master's graduates. It was shown at various fall teachers' conferences.
Enrollment Update:


A total of 107 graduate students are seeking their master of science in education degree from MLC. Forty are in the leadership emphasis, 38 in instruction, 21 in special education, and 8 in educational technology.

A Word from the Director . . .  
Quality is important to Martin Luther College graduate students. They are busy teachers who work hard for the Lord and for their students. They need their graduate studies to provide maximum ministry benefit. At MLC teachers find the quality they need in graduate studies. Read what our 2012 master's graduates say about MLC's quality.
Meet the Graduate Student


Gretl - her English name - is one of the newest students in our master's program, and she takes the prize for a couple firsts. She is our first student taking courses from her home in China, and she is also the first student - and likely the only one ever - with an undergraduate degree in veterinary medicine.

Read more.

Subscribe to the New Blog (it's free)

Subscribe. Stay informed. Join the conversation.


Issues in Lutheran Education is a new blog designed to promote the discussion of topics important to Lutheran education in the 21st century. In just 10 minutes, twice a month, you can stay informed about issues affecting you and your school. Then leave a reply, and join the conversation! It's all free. 


Do you have a topic you recently researched that is pertinent to other Lutheran teachers? Graduate students are invited to submit blogs of 500 - 750 words. Visit the blog, and click on the "about" tab for submission instructions.

New Courses and Professors Begin Janaury
Dr. Paul Boehlke


The Spring semester will feature some new graduate professors and some new or revised courses. Graduate students are encouraged to sign up early to avoid missing out. Read more. 

Graduate Studies are . . . REAL!
Tim Mueller, MS

College students often feel like they are waiting for REAL life to begin. Sometimes one sits in class and wonders, "What's the point? Will I really ever use this in the REAL world? If only I could just be done with classes and do REAL ministry." Read more.

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