Skip to main content
Program Overview

Program Overview

Earn a degree in instructional coaching that will serve classrooms, schools and districts. Take the lead in facilitating professional development, catalyzing collaboration and welcoming diversity. 

Use your skills and knowledge to support other teachers. We’ll guide you in understanding the models and methods of coaching and presenting to adults, implementing collaborative learning practices at an organizational level, and leading crucial conversations about race, ethnicity and linguistics. 

Committed listening, presuming positive intent, asking powerful questions and delivering reflective feedback are invaluable tools that will set you apart in the educational realm. Our cutting-edge instructional strategies and seasoned faculty will ensure that those skills are developed at an advanced level so that you’ll have all you need to be a leader in your learning environment.

Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

  • Online Application: $50 application fee
  • Official transcripts
  • Official GRE or MAT
  • 2 letters of recommendation
Courses

Courses

Tuition & Aid

Tuition & Aid

  • $953 per credit hour
  • 26% in-service scholarship for educators (M.Ed. & Certificate)
  • 20% in-service scholarship for educators (Ed.S.)

Scholarship Information

As you give back to the community, Lipscomb University wants to give back to you. The College of Education offers significant scholarships to current educators and administrators. Those pursuing career as a teacher, you're not left out either! Check out the following information to see if you qualify for scholarships.

All completed applications should be mailed to:

Lipscomb University
College of Education

One University Park Drive
Nashville, TN 37204

Types of Aid

20:1

Student to faculty ratio

Flexible Schedule

Our courses are offered at a variety of convenient locations around Nashville or online, at times designed to work with your busy schedule. Our hybrid class model allows you the best of going to school as a working professional.

Networking

Both our deeply connected faculty and our experiential learning opportunities offer myriad ways for you to form relationships with leaders in the industry. These connections will serve and support you throughout your career.

Nashville

A big city. An even bigger opportunity. We consider Nashville an extension of our classroom, and as a leading city in many industries, that means you’ll gain experience and insight you won’t find anywhere else.

Our Faculty

  • Terry Sue Fanning

    Terry Sue Fanning

    Associate Professor of Education

    Terry Sue Fanning has an A.S. in Elementary Education for Motlow State Community College, a B.S. for MTSU in Elementary Education, and M.Ed. and Ed.S. from MTSU in Supervision and...

    Learn More
  • Reva Chatman-Buckley

    Reva Chatman-Buckley

    Associate Professor

    Reva Chatman-Buckley serves as an instructor for graduate research in nearly ten years as Associate Professor at Lipscomb. She earned her doctorate in educational leadership from George Peabody College of...

    Learn More
  • Jeanne Gilliam Fain

    Jeanne Fain

    Professor

    Jeanne Gilliam Fain is a Professor and Lead Faculty for Multilingual Learners at Lipscomb University, where she teaches ELL endorsement courses, classroom-based research, and literacy courses. She has worked as...

    Learn More

Career Paths

Career and Technical Education Teachers

Career and technical education teachers instruct students in various technical and vocational subjects, such as auto repair, healthcare, and culinary arts. They teach academic and technical content to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter an occupation.

Postsecondary Education Administrators

Postsecondary education administrators oversee student services, academics, and faculty research at colleges and universities. Their job duties vary depending on the area of the college they manage, such as admissions, student life, or the registrar’s office.

Special Education Teachers

Special education teachers work with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. They adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing, and math, to students with mild and moderate disabilities. They also teach basic skills, such as literacy and communication techniques, to students with severe disabilities.

Related Programs