The program is a collaborative initiative between the School of Sciences and the School of Education and Human Development.
Our program includes:
- 18-27 hours of science content
- 9-18 hours of education coursework
- 18-hour earth science add-on endorsement option and Earth Science Certificate
- Field-related studies at Lynchburg College’s 470-acre Claytor Nature Study Center
The high quality instruction and personal attention given to me by the faculty during my undergraduate years made it easy for me to choose LC for my graduate program. The opportunities and experiences provided to me during both programs have been critical in opening the door to success in my career field.
Carrie Francisco '02, '07 MEd, earth science and biology teacher, Pittsylvania County Schools