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ABOUT INSTRUCTIONAL STUDIES

The Instructional Studies major Lenoir-Rhyne University provides students with a flexible path to a non-licensure education degree and a broad range of instructional opportunities outside the traditional public school classroom. This major also offers students experiences in alternative settings, such as independent or private schools and non-profit organizations. The degree provides rigorous training and clinical experiences to prepare students for a career as an educator in non-public school settings. The B.A. in Instructional Studies is a degree-only program option. This innovative program allows majors to select special areas for emphasis as they prepare for their educational careers: elementary; middle grades; religious development; special populations; or international education.

Like all LR Education programs, this major is designed to furnish cutting edge training in instructional technology. Students will receive exceptional mentoring and support in preparation for professional settings after LR. Job search and placement support is provided for all students.

LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Teacher preparation is a demanding program that necessarily integrates classroom theory with “real world” application. Successful majors will engage in substantial field experiences in school classrooms. Additionally, they will complete a full-time internship in the final semester of their program. Many opportunities for community or campus service are available throughout the program, such as curriculum development for LR’s “Little Read” program, private tutoring, and numerous other activities through the student organizations in Education.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The education program furnishes extensive job search and placement support for its qualified graduates as they complete their undergraduate programs. Majors may find education positions in private and independent schools, as well as other educational/training positions outside the traditional school systems in non-profit agencies and similar settings.. The Instructional Studies major does not lead to public school teaching licensure, however.

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

Students may receive a BA degree with a major in Instructional Studies.

Instructional Studies Major Requirements

School of Education Application

Program Contact

Dr. Summer Carrol

Assistant Professor of Education
Hickory Campus

Instructional Studies Faculty

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Adrianne Blackwelder

Titles: University Supervisor, Education
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Dr. Monica Campbell

Titles: Associate Professor of Education, Director of Teaching Scholars Program
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Phone Numbers:
School: 828.328.7907

Dr. Summer Carrol

Titles: Assistant Professor of Education
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 828.328.7567

Richard (Trent) Codd

Titles: Adjunct Instructor of Counseling, Adjunct Instructor of Education
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Dr. Lora Drum

Titles: Assistant Director, Teaching Scholars Program, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 828.328.7192

Dr. Molly Duggan

Titles: Assistant Professor of Education
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 828.407.4266

Brian Hefner

Titles: Adjunct Instructor, Education
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Michael Lemke

Titles: Instructor of Education
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 828.328.7189

Dr. Jayme Linton

Titles: Assistant Professor of Education
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Dr. Janet Painter

Titles: Professor of Education, Director of Engaged Scholars Program
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Phone Numbers:
School: 828.267.3423
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