At EMU Lancaster, you can earn your MA in education degree, certifications in ESL and reading specialist, certificates in restorative justice in education and trauma and resilience in educational environments, ACT 48 credits to keep up your instructional certifications, and make a difference in your classroom.
Dr. David Martin comes to EMU @ Lancaster after spending 35 years as a teacher and counselor in private and public education settings. Growing up in Harrisonburg, David graduated from Eastern Mennonite College and was hired by Lancaster Mennonite High School.
The coursework and experiences incorporated in these programs meet Pennsylvania Department of Education standards, and the University is accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
This accreditation is a joint accreditation with the main campus in Harrisonburg,
Our program advances excellence in educator preparation through evidence-based accreditation that assures quality and supports continuous improvement to strengthen k-12 student learning.
Given the tremendous sociological changes in our modern world, teachers are now social change agents, collaborating within the home and community to address issues like literacy and diversity. It’s both the social and ethical responsibility of today’s teacher to make a difference in the classroom, and we’re ready to help!