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Education - Southwest Missouri



tReidLindenwood University has offered graduate education classes at various sites in southwest Missouri since 2001. Currently, sites are located at 12 different locations. In addition, the Master of Arts, the Education Specialist, and the Doctor of Education classes are offered at Ozark Technical Community College— at the Richwood Valley campus located between Nixa and Ozark on state highway 14.

Program offerings include the Master of Arts in Education in School Administration and in School Counseling. Classes leading to state certification as a special education administrator and psychological examiner are also available. Education Specialist and Doctor of Education degrees are available in Educational Administration, Instructional Leadership, and Higher Education Administration.

New cohorts are beginning most every term. Admission is limited, so please contact Dr. Reid immediately to learn how you might be part of a Lindenwood University program in southwest Missouri.

For detailed information, please contact:

Dr. Terry Reid
(417) 881-0009
treid@lindenwood.edu

Dr. Sherry Devore
(417) 881-0009
sdevore@lindenwood.edu

Mrs. Linda Brown
(417) 830-0071
lbrown@lindenwood.edu

The southwest Missouri office of Lindenwood University is located on US Highway 60 just east of Springfield. The address is 4940 S. Farm Road, Suite 400, Rogersville, MO 65742

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