Lebanon Valley College's newly established freshman entry, master's degree program is purposefully designed for engaging collaboration with health care majors, professionals, and LVC's nationally successful physical therapy and intercollegiate athletics programs.
At Lebanon Valley College, our Master of Business Administration program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills that pay off in the real world. In our small, seminar-style classes, you will learn directly from professors and professionals with years of successful experience in small business, corporate America, and international trade.
Lebanon Valley College's Master of Music Education (MME) degree is designed to enhance the practice of music educators by implementing current research methods and innovative technologies. We are committed to a pedagogy that values cultural diversity and inclusion. Our aim is to inspire educators with ideas and techniques that are immediately applicable to the 21st century classroom.
The LVC Master of Science in STEM Education program produces leaders for schools, the state, and nation. Our growing program employs a collaborative learning approach with classes designed to apply to any age range, from K-12.
LVC is the only school in central Pennsylvania to offer the Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology program, and once we receive our candidacy status for accreditation through the Council on Academic Accreditation, we will be one of only five in the state to have a five-year program (4+1) culminating in a master’s degree.
Interested individuals who have previously completed a bachelor's degree are welcome to apply to Lebanon Valley College and the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Official copies of all college transcripts must be submitted with the application, along with the required physical therapy application materials.
Lebanon Valley College is a Pennsylvania Department of Education approved ACT 48 continuing education provider: all undergraduate and graduate credit bearing courses are eligible for ACT 48 credit, if related to the area of certification. Courses that will fulfill ACT 48 continuing education credit are currently available in the Master of Science in STEM Education (MSSE) and Master of Music Education (MME) graduate programs.