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Graduate studies in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership are designed to prepare graduate students for administrative, supervisory, and related instructional and non-instructional positions in Virginia’s educational system.
Each major or program of study requires a series of courses unique to that discipline. Careful selection of electives and supporting courses permits a graduate student to develop an individualized program of study with an emphasis on one or more of the following areas:
- Results-oriented teaching skills (pre-school through adult education)
- Preparation for various professional areas within education
- Additional endorsement for teachers already licensed
- Preparation for doctoral studies.
I'm Interested! What are the next steps?
Potential graduate students who are interested in a master's degree and/or licensure coursework in general education (elementary, middle, or secondary) are encouraged to contact the Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Wendy Eckenrod-Green, at (540) 831-5835.
Potential graduate students who are interested in a master's degree or licensure coursework in the special education field are encouraged to contact the Special Education Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Liz Altieri, at (540) 831-5590.
Potential graduate students who are interested in a master’s degree in Educational Leadership are encouraged to contact the Educational Leadership Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Brad Bizzell at (540)831-5140.
All potential graduate students should begin by completing the Request for Information Form.