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Master of Education (M.Ed.) Spirit-driven teaching techniques that inspire classrooms and transform lives

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100% Online Classes
18-30 months Time to Completion
Credit Hour Price $425/credit hour rate outside of Nebraska
30-57 Credit Hours Required
Jan 8 Mar 4 Apr 29
Upcoming Start Dates

An M.Ed. from Concordia University is more than just a degree. It’s an opportunity to reflect Christ’s light in your classroom.

Alongside hard-working teachers, childcare workers, and paraeducators, you’re driven by a passion for Christ-centered child and learner development. You strive to cultivate personal, impactful teaching methods for students of all learning abilities, and as student’s needs change and grow, you aspire to bolster your skillset and deepen your impact.

Flexible M.Ed. Programs That Honor Your Schedule

  • 100% online programs
  • Convenient 8-week courses
  • Option for completing just one course at a time
  • Personalized coaching and guidance along your journey
  • No GRE scores required for admission

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M.Ed. Programs Infused with Christian Values

Make Meaningful Connections So Students Can Soar

Enhance and specialize your ability to provide compassionate support to vulnerable students who need it.

  • Gain mastery of instructional and pedagogical skills, tailoring your lessons to the needs of specific student populations.
  • Demonstrate an advanced understanding of child/learner development, including implementing appropriate teaching activities.
  • Establish and maintain safe and inclusive learning environments that ensure students’ healthy development.
  • Develop positive, supportive, and respectful relationships with students, their families, and communities.
  • Consult with expert instructors who bring decades of lived academic experience and their Christian worldview to the virtual classroom.
  • Participate in hands-on field experiences, internships, and/or practicums to hone your skills with real students.

Meet the Growing Need for Qualified Christian Teachers

Regardless of which M.Ed. path you choose, the combination of nationwide demand with Concordia's quality and reputation will make you a highly sought-after educator upon graduation.

Average annual job openings (National, projected through 2030):

  • Adult Basic and Secondary Education and ESL Teachers: 5,100
  • Kindergarten and Elementary School Teachers: 124,300
  • High School Teachers: 77,400
  • Middle School Teachers: 48,400
  • Preschool Teachers: 59,600
  • Special Education Teachers (all grade levels): 38,600

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Regionally and Programmatically Accredited

On top of Concordia's regional accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission, every M.Ed. program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).


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Information Sessions

Learn more about our programs at one of our next information sessions.

You may register for an information session by clicking "RSVP" next to your desired date and time.

Information sessions run approximately 20 minutes. During these meetings, we will discuss the program formats, application process, financial aid, payment plans and questions that you may have.

Nebraska Resident

December 20 4:00 pm