We prepare students to grow into reflective professionals and become leaders who empower the success of individuals and communities. Our online programs are designed to help educators address current and future challenges—both theoretical and experiential—at every stage of their careers.
Online learning at LSEHD is not only flexible but highly personal. Students build intimate relationships with instructors and classmates through small classes and hands-on instruction. Breakout rooms—impromptu virtual classrooms—foster open dialogue by allowing instructors to meet with individuals and groups of students.
LSEHD is known for its collaborative community of students, faculty, and administrators and our online programs are no exception. You'll join a committed group of educators and mentors who will be there to support you now and after graduation.
Our virtual programs are taught by our faculty of leading scholar-practitioners who are at the forefront of innovative research projects, contribute policy recommendations, and have experience serving diverse populations locally and globally.
“Hearing the different perspectives of my classmates and learning what someone teaching in South Korea or in Kenya or Boston may have to say about a given issue was fascinating. That’s one thing that’s really cool about the Lynch School and your classmates there: you’re located all over the globe but you still have the ability to come together and communicate about a range of topics.”
Rebecca Lowenhaupt has dedicated her career to educating underserved communities and inspiring future generations of educators, working alongside school leaders to serve the greater community.
Joseph DeLeo, M.Ed. ’20, a dance and physical education teacher at Providence’s La Salle Academy, came to the Lynch School to become a more effective and impactful educational leader.
For the past two decades, Vincent Cho has dedicated his life and career to education. Today, much of his research focuses on how technology can either enhance or impede classroom learning.
Ben Smith ’10
Former Boston College hockey and NHL player Ben Smith returned to BC to get the tools and knowledge he needed. Smith praised the flexibility, sense of community, and the people as high points of the program.
The Lynch School of Education and Human Development provides more than $8.4 million in financial aid to students each year. As a result, the quality of BC’s instruction, the benefit of our alumni network, and the impact a BC degree will have on your employment options is both affordable and invaluable.