School of Education 
Masters of Education Concentrations
and Post Bac License


M.Ed. Coaching NEW!

Take your coaching to the next level. Our program is designed to teach methods, strategies and techniques for coaching and administering sport programs, with attention to ethics, creating inclusive environments, sport specific skills, health and safety, program administration, and risk management.

M.Ed. in Special Education NEW!

According to long term projections, cited by Projections Central,  the need for special education teachers will increase 10% nationally by the year 2026. LEC's Master of Education in Special Education program is designed to meet the professional development needs of working teachers. All courses in this two-year program are available completely online and run every 7 weeks, allowing you to focus on most courses one at a time. The program is designed to help extend knowledge for teachers who hold a special education license and bachelors degree in special education


More than 1.7 billion people in the world currently learn and use English worldwide, and for more than 2/3 of those people English is not their first language. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is a rapidly growing field that equips students and professionals for English teaching in classrooms around the globe, in U.S. schools, in ESL programs, and in many social work organizations. LEC is now offering a Master Degree in TESOL in a two-year program with all couses available completely online.  

M.Ed. in Literacy with Reading Endorsment

A Master of Education degree in literacy prepares teaching professionals to have an in-depth knowledge of literacy theories, processes, strategies, curriculum and research. M.Ed. students will learn how to apply that knowledge to plan appropriate literacy programs and curricula for a variety of contexts. The 2 year program is coupled with a Reading Endorsement and can be completed all online. 

Post Bac - Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist

LEC offers fully online post-baccalaureate courses that lead to Mild-Moderate Intervention Specialist licensure. These courses are designed for already licensed teachers, or those eligible for licensure, who are seeking to teach children in grades K-12 with mild-moderate disabilities and educational needs in a variety of inclusive settings. For more information email, Dr. Katie Krammer, Associate Professor of Special Education - [email protected] 855.GO.STORM