The University of Wisconsin-Superior in collaboration with the Madeline Island School of the Arts offers graduate credit course options for eligible workshops offered at MISA. In order to earn graduate credit, students will complete an additional curriculum project after finishing their MISA workshops.
Click here to browse our 2015 accredited classes. If you have questions about these classes, please call the MISA Registrar at 715.747.2054.
About the University of Wisconsin-Superior
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is an energetic comprehensive university that engages its 2,700 students in 33 undergraduate majors and seven graduate programs. UW-Superior is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association and has been continuously accredited since 1916.
For more information about UW-Superior’s academic programs, please visit the UW-Superior website.
UW-Superior Center for Continuing Education
The Center for Continuing Education offers numerous options in credit and noncredit education, and provides access to university resources for citizens of all ages. Many options are offered face to face, in addition to online and hybrid formats. Continuing Education provides knowledge in specialized topic areas that may create opportunities for career advancement, self enrichment, or professional certification.
Learning opportunities include credit courses, noncredit and credit certificate programs, and workshops and conferences in: health, human interests, reminiscence, leadership, fund development, nonprofit, human resources, mediation, ethical leadership, paralegal, culture and language, teacher education, transportation and logistics, and much more. View the full suite of Continuing Education offerings on the Center for Continuing Education webpage.
UW-Superior Department of Writing and Library Science
The Department of Writing and Library Science supports the University of Wisconsin Superior's liberal arts mission by promoting literacy across disciplines. In doing so, the Department refines skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and thinking (both critical and creative) for both native and non-native speakers of English. Moreover, the Department develops in its students, skills in accessing, processing, creating, evaluating, and sharing print and non-print media including today's technologies.
UW-Superior Department of Visual Arts
The Visual Arts Department of the University of Wisconsin-Superior strives to cultivate a lifelong appreciation for how art advances personal and cultural awareness. UW-Superior's Visual Arts Department offers many options that enable you to develop your talents and pursue a meaningful career. Students can major in Visual Arts and then specialize their studies by selecting a concentration in Art Education, Art History, Art Therapy or Studio Art.