Earn Nebraska’s most affordable M.Ed. in less time

Published by Logan Tuttle 6 months ago on Wed, Dec 1, 2021 8:05 AM
Concordia University, Nebraska announced today that many of its online Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs will require two less classes, allowing students to earn their degree efficiently while saving money in the process.

Concordia University, Nebraska announced today that many of its online Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs will require two fewer classes, allowing students to earn their degree efficiently while saving money in the process.

Programs shifting to a 30-credit-hour requirement effective as of the March 7 start date are:

  • M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction with Instructional Technology Leadership Endorsement
  • M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction with ESL Endorsement
  • M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction with STEAM Emphasis
  • M.Ed. Early Childhood Education
  • M.Ed. in Special Education without Endorsement
  • M.Ed. TESOL with ESL Endorsement

“We are excited to streamline many of our online M.Ed. degrees to help educators finish their programs even more efficiently and affordably while continuing to provide a high-quality educational experience,” said Dr. Tim Preuss, Concordia provost. “This is another way Concordia is proving its commitment to equipping educators at all levels to serve their students, schools and districts.”

Through Concordia’s Lutheran Guarantee, graduate students who are members of a Lutheran congregation, work for a Lutheran school, church or other entity, or are alums of a Concordia University System (CUS) school, will qualify for this special $340 per credit hour rate. This rate, which is the lowest for an online M.Ed. within Nebraska and the CUS, also applies to educators in Nebraska.