We have over 55 certification and degree programs offered in a variety of formats at many locations throughout the region, including clusters, hybrid and online to help you gain your degree but keep your life.
Welcome to the Lindenwood School of Education
The Mission of the School of Education (Unit) at Lindenwood University is to prepare educators, counselors, and leaders who meet the standards set forth by national accrediting organizations, state licensing agencies, and/or other learned societies.
Do you want to BE THE DIFFERENCE?
You are in the right place! At Lindenwood University School of Education you will be prepared to impact lives beyond a lifetime, leaving a legacy for generations to come.
Our program completers are . . .
- Educated in the theory and research-based practices of their content field from a global perspective.
- Able to demonstrate best practices in pedagogy and adult learning/andragogy.
- Caring professionals who are disciplined and others-centered. They are skilled in communication and collaboration with diverse learners, colleagues, community, and other stakeholders.
- Lifelong learners who pursue ongoing professional development in order to respond to the changing needs of their educational context. (Final approval by SOE on May 22, 2015.)
In the School of Education we believe teaching is a blend of art and science. Our programs combine practical application and theory, with an emphasis on exposure to authentic environments early and often. Additionally, our students and graduates alike have had opportunities to listen and interact with renowned education leaders such as Dr. Temple Grandin and Dr. Robert Marzano to name a few.
Lindenwood University School of Education Faculty
Our highly credentialed and experienced education faculty bring both academic and real world professional achievement to the classroom. They collaborate with colleagues from many school and community partnerships to deliver outstanding innovative learning opportunities for all of our education students at every level of experience.
Our small class sizes support the building of relationships that augment the development of our students into lifelong learners who excel in the pursuit of knowledge to enhance personal and professional development in order to make a difference. Our faculty offer and deliver wise, personalized, interactive, and extensive guidance to our students before and after graduation.
Earning an Education Degree at Lindenwood University
We have over 55 certification and degree programs offered in a variety of formats at many locations throughout the region, including clusters, hybrid and online to help you gain your degree but keep your life. Degrees offered include bachelor of arts, master of arts, educational specialist, and doctorate of education.
Whether you are an undergraduate or an experienced teacher, we invite you to explore the variety of pathways to begin or further your education toward training, obtaining a credential, and/or research.
Learn more about what our school has to offer by contacting the advisors listed on our website. We would be very pleased to hear from you!
Dean Cynthia Bice Welcomes You
Welcome to the Lindenwood University School of Education webpage! We are dedicated to creating an environment where students become an interwoven community of professional learners dedicated to making a difference in the lives of students. Our dedicated and outstanding faculty prepare highly qualified professional educators through best practices and carefully developed programs. Our students benefit from strong partnerships with local and regional school districts. Additionally, our graduates enjoy a lifetime of continuing development opportunities and supportive relationships from their fellow classmates as well as Lindenwood faculty.
We invite you to learn more about our School by contacting the advisors listed in the link to the left for specific programs. We would be very pleased to hear from you!
Dr. Cynthia Bice-Dean, School of Education
Department of Teacher Education
Department of Educational Leadership
Department of Counseling