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.
All educators holding Pennsylvania public school certification must maintain active certificates by earning six collegiate credits (180 continuing education hours) every five calendar years.
Lebanon Valley College is a PDE approved ACT 48 continuing education provider: All undergraduate and graduate credit-bearing courses are eligible for ACT 48 credit for courses 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), Master of Music Education (MME), and Master of Education graduate programs.
The LVC Master of Science in STEM Education (MSSE) program produces leaders for schools, the state, and the nation. Our growing program employs a collaborative learning approach with classes designed to apply to any age range, from K-12.
LVC's Master of Education Program meets educators’ classroom and professional needs in any discipline. The program’s modular design, which includes the option to earn a stand-alone certificate(s), follows current educational trends, combined with the flexibility to help you achieve your goals.
Professional Development and Visiting Students
Non-degree seeking students may register for courses using our online professional development application.
*Please allow 1–2 business days for processing registration requests. Registrations submitted through the web form will be processed in the order they are received. You will receive an email confirmation once your registration request has been processed.
Course Planning and Self-Registration
Current students can access student planning tools and self-registration through Access LVC.
*If you have any difficulties when registering for courses, please contact the Graduate and Professional Studies office immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-867-6383.
Additional Registration Information and Tips:
- Registration will remain open until the day before each class begins. To add or drop a course after that date, please complete the change of registration form and submit to email@example.com.
- Textbook information is available through the college store's website.