SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
At Maranatha, we believe in the teacher’s potential to make a positive difference in the life of a child. Students need teachers who care about their future and who challenge them to excel in character as well as in the classroom. They also need teachers who will help them read with understanding, write clearly, and think critically. Maranatha will equip you to be a Christian role model, no matter where you choose to teach. Imagine the difference one teacher can make. Imagine yourself making the difference.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ONLINE FACULTY LIST
YOUR TEACHING CAREER BEGINS IN
MEET OUR DEAN
Classroom Teachers Talk About Our Education Students
“Brooke adapted flawlessly to the online learning platform. Over time, she learned about and developed relationships with my students (through Zoom) and worked with them to ensure success during this unprecedented time.”
“This was a very challenging time, and Savanah didn’t hesitate to take on any task asked of her. While I know she didn’t get the same experience as she would have in a classroom setting, I feel she did grow as an educator.”
Hear Dr. Thomas Graham, dean of the School of
Education, as he shares his story on MBU’s new
podcast, ON MISSION.
Hear Dr. Thomas Graham, dean of the School of Education, as he shares his story on MBU’s new podcast, ON MISSION.
School of Education
By the Numbers
Title II Information
The School of Education has seen a recent increase in enrollment—partly due to an increased demand in educational occupations. It’s a great time to enter this rewarding ministry of investing in young people.
240 enrolled in 2019–2020
More than 20% of MBU students choose to study education.
State Licensure Options
Prepare to go, serve,
DR. CHRISTINE LINCOLN
Dr. Christine Lincoln brings both academic and practical skills to her classes. She taught in an elementary school for 20 years, and has earned a master’s degree and a Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction. “I love helping my students acquire the tools they will need to be successful in the classroom,” Dr. Lincoln said. “My desire is to train quality Christian teachers.”
Regina DeLozier came to Maranatha in 2007 with experience in teaching at the elementary and secondary levels. She has a BS in Mathematics and Engineering Physics from Northeastern State University and an MA in Education Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix. Regina is also the head volleyball coach at Maranatha. She enjoys teaching Sunday School, participating in other church ministries, sporting activities, and spending time with family.
GET STARTED ON YOUR
FUTURE CAREER TODAY