Master of Education in Science Education

With this course of study, you can obtain the designation of master science teacher and the add-on endorsement in earth science in addition to improving your classroom expertise through advanced training in science content areas.

The program is a collaborative initiative between the School of Sciences and the School of Education and Human Development.

Dr. Woody McKenzie with science teachers at Claytor Nature Study Center
Dr. Woody McKenzie talks with teachers at Claytor Nature Study Center

Our program includes:

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Program Director

Dr. Woody McKenzie
Associate Professor of Education and Human Development
434.544.8480
mckenzie@lynchburg.edu

"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