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Program Overview

Program Overview

As an educator, you already know that technology offers classroom opportunities that have never before been available, but maybe you don’t know how to take full advantage of it. Discover new strategies and keep pace with educational technology with a certificate, master’s or Ed.S. degree in technology integration.

Master teaching strategies that incorporate technology to facilitate greater learning. Connect with other educators in a digital learning environment. Show your students how meaningful, savvy interaction with technology can shape their future and transform their educational experience. 

This generation lives in a world where every aspect of daily life involves technology. Teach them how to use it innovatively. You can help ensure students are ready for life and work in the vast and ever-changing digital age.

Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

  • Online application, $50 app fee
  • Personal statement
    • Explain your goals and your purpose for pursuing a graduate education degree at Lipscomb University in a concise, clear essay (1-2 pages).
  • Official transcripts
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Resume
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

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...

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  • 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...

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  • Julia Osteen

    Julia Osteen

    Instructor

    Julia Osteen joined the Ayers Institute Staff in August, 2013 with a focus in online learning. She coaches College of Education faculty on their use of technology for learning and...

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Career Paths

High School Teachers

High school teachers help prepare students for life after graduation. They teach academic lessons and various skills that students will need to attend college and to enter the job market.

Instructional Coordinators

Instructional coordinators oversee school curriculums and teaching standards. They develop instructional material, coordinate its implementation with teachers and principals, and assess its effectiveness.

Audio-visual and multimedia collections specialists

Prepare, plan, and operate multimedia teaching aids for use in education. May record, catalogue, and file materials.