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Program Details

Liberty University offers an online Master of Education degree with a concentration in Teaching and Learning and a focus on English.  The degree program is suitable for teachers seeking non-licensure positions in K-12 learning institutions specializing in teaching or administering the English language.  The program will prepare students for librarian, writer/editor and teaching roles in Christian, public and private schools, as well as provide a solid foundation for graduates wishing to further educational goals by pursuing an advanced credential or a Doctorate in Education.    
Students of the M.Ed. in English program must be aware that the program does not provide a teaching license, and graduates will best use the degree to transition into teaching fields appropriate for school aged children.  The concentration is a critical part of the success of a student's learning experience.  The changing dynamics of classrooms are enhanced with the modern curriculum suitable for most English speaking children.  Liberty University offers students an M.Ed. degree with focused curriculums to ensure that the students have a well-rounded learning opportunity, to better serve the church, the community and the children that will benefit from a Christ centered education.  The emphasis on child development, creating curriculums and classroom management will prepare graduates to be successful additions to school systems. 
The program is state approved by Virginia to award advanced teaching licensure, and it is the student's responsibility to be aware of additional credit hours required for the English concentration' students must also complete three credit hours as a practicum.  It is the student’s responsibility to understand local and state requirements needed for home-state licensure and student teaching coursework.  The 36-credit-hour program solidifies a student's understanding in topics of educational psychology and elementary teaching methods while introducing subjects on current issues in child development, administration structures and community involvement.
Students pursuing a Master’s in Education degree are encouraged to look into the learning objectives of each concentration to better understand and clearly choose the professional path that best suits personal and career aspirations for the individual students.

Accreditation & Licensing

Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. This is the regional accrediting body for southern states.

The Education program at Liberty is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).


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