Master of Education in Teaching & Learning

You are an academic or business professional – or certified teacher – and would like to take your career to the next level.

You understand that students have varied approaches to learning. You strive to educate others on the importance of establishing a lifelong commitment to remaining active and healthy. Or, you enjoy showing others the various methods of communicating and learning through technology.

These attributes are at the core of the three concentration areas for Lander's Master of Education in Teaching and Learning. Our program is for degree-seeking students who have earned a baccalaureate degree at an accredited institution and wish to pursue a graduate program with concentrations in diverse learners, instructional technology, or exercise and sports studies.

No matter which teaching and learning path you choose, we’ll help you achieve your goals with a degree
from Lander.

Teaching & Learning Concentrations

  • Instructional Technology

  • Exercise and Sports Studies

  • Diverse Learners

CounselorDid you know …

  • All teacher education programs are accredited by the appropriate professional associations. In addition, Lander University has earned accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
  • Lander's M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning program is unique because of the dual track for certified teachers and noncertified individuals in the business and professional communities.
  • Lander's College of Education faculty conducted extensive research to develop a new master's program that will serve a broad spectrum of needs locally, statewide and beyond.

Life After Lander

With a curriculum that combines traditional on-campus classroom sessions and online learning, the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program provides a broad scope of learning opportunities to help students excel as business professionals and teachers.

Lander education graduates are teaching – and teaching well – throughout the state and beyond. Our alumni have earned prestigious accolades for their efforts, including South Carolina Teacher of the Year, National Distinguished Principal of the Year and Presidential Award of Excellence in Science Teaching for South Carolina.

Learn More

For further information, please contact Dr. Michael Murphy or Martine Fezler in the College of Education at 864-388-8628. For full degree requirements, program goals and more, visit the department's section of the university catalog.