Why Concordia for your graduate degree?
For more than a century, Concordia University has been educating leaders with the critical-thinking, analytical, collaborative, communication, and problem-solving skills necessary to transform society. Through experiential learning programs, dynamic on-site internships, and innovative partnerships with local schools, Concordia graduate students learn to think on their feet – able to adapt to any situation and well-prepared for today’s global community. The learning experience is enhanced by a diverse student body in each program, representing a wide-ranging cross-section of professional, geographic, and cultural backgrounds.
An advanced degree that is right for you.
Concordia University has a rigorous set of graduate programs designed to help you take your education to the next level. Learn about the admission requirements and deadlines as well as coursework, schedule, and delivery modalities (campus or online), for each of our graduate degree programs:
College of Education
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) (Initial Teacher Licensure)
- Master of Education (MEd) – Full MEd programs, additional licensure (Pre-AL and Pro-AL), and additional endorsements (Reading, ESOL, Health/PE)
- Doctorate of Education (EdD)
- Education Specialist (EdS)
- Graduate certificates – Non-licensure/non-endorsement