Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

Our program will expand your professional development, whether you are just beginning your teaching career or you are an experienced teacher.

Dr. John Walker
Dr. John Walker, associate professor of educational leadership, is a former superintendent of the Amherst County public schools.

Instructional Leadership Track

Licensed teachers can benefit through:

  • 30-hours of advanced coursework in curriculum development and instructional strategies
  • Focus on effective instruction and preparation for leadership in curriculum development and instructional planning within schools

Learn more about our Instructional Leadership program.

Teacher Licensure Track

Aspiring teachers can benefit from:

  • 36-hour teacher licensure program
  • Opportunity to satisfy licensure requirements and earn MEd degree
  • Additional content courses (beyond the 36 hours) may be needed for licensure
  • Student teaching (graduate intership)

Find out more about our Teacher Licensure program.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Program Director

Dr. John Walker '84 MEd
434.544.8032
walker.jc@lynchburg.edu

  Dr. Walker explains the 2 tracks of study

"The program has taught me how to effectively apply my skill set and content knowledge in a school setting. The faculty has been nothing short of wonderful. There is genuine caring and connection between students and educators."
Elizabeth Gilliam '11