The Lindenwood University’s Professional and Continuing Education Office, in cooperation with select educational agencies and recognized experts in their field, will provide graduate credit opportunities. Up to six hours of credit can be applied toward requirements of the Master of Arts in Education degree at Lindenwood University. Graduate credit may not be counted toward degree certification.
The Professional and Continuing Education Department supports Lindenwood University’s commitment to assisting educators by extending the learning environment beyond the classroom. We serve as the link between school districts as well as our community by offering lifelong learning opportunities.
We offer diverse content areas and work with multiple organizations on a variety of topics.
- Earn graduate credit hours to meet state recertification requirements.
- Increase knowledge in a particular subject area.
- Increase your classroom effectiveness.
How May I Help You?
Hello, my name is Jennifer and I am the point of contact for professional development and continuing education courses. I am happy to assist educators that are looking to recertify or want to learn new skills for their classrooms but are non-degree seeking. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on continuing your education.
Coordinator, Professional and Continuing Education