Lindsey Wilson College offers two Master of Education degrees, one Master of Arts degree and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Counselor Education & Supervision.
- The Division of Education offers the Master of Education degree Teacher as Leader. The 30 hour online degree program can be completed in two summers and one academic year, or adapted to meet the teacher's timeline for completion. Graduates of the program will receive the Kentucky Teacher Leader endorsement and are eligible for Rank II status qualifying them to assume leadership career roles in their districts. Course work for each three class includes one online session per week and completion of course assignments/discussions through Blackboard. Close collaboration between graduate faculty and the local schools individualizes the program to the needs of the teacher, the students, and the school community allowing the teacher to integrate master's course work with teaching and leadership responsibilities.
- The School of Professional Counseling offers a degree in Counseling and Human Development with a specialization in mental health counseling. This application-oriented program is designed to enhance the skills of bachelor-level practioners presently employed or professional career in counseling. In addition to offering the program on the AP White campus in Columbia, KY, the college offers the program in a week-end format through community-based programs in locations across Kentucky and in Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia. The Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards.