Current M.Ed. Students

Luther Statue

Welcome to the Masters of Education program at Concordia University Texas. The mission of Concordia University is to develop Christian leaders. The M.Ed. program supports this mission by providing ongoing, graduate education for teachers and those seeking to become teachers in a collaborative, Christian environment for the life-long pursuit of excellence in teaching, learning and serving.

Mission

The mission of the Master of Education degree at Concordia University Texas is to develop educational practitioners who exemplify:

  • Value-centered education
  • Management of educational change
  • Effective instructional practices
  • Sensitivity to diversity in learners, cultures and educational systems
  • Practical applications of theory, research and assessment in education
  • Leadership skills

Learn more about the Concordia University M.Ed. program, locations or admission information.

Academic Calendars

The academic calendars below are for ALL M.Ed. classes, in ALL locations. All future calendars are subject to change at any time.

2016-2017 (PDF)

2017-2018 (PDF)

Contact Information

Academic and Financial Support for On-ground cohorts

Student Central

Phone: (512) 313-4700

Email: StudentCentral@concordia.edu

Academic and Financial Support for Online Students

Lynne Schultz

Phone: (832) 341-1601

Email: Lynne.Schultz@concordia.edu

Program Chairs

Advanced Literacy:  Dr. Joanne Antrim, Ph.D.

Phone: (512) 313-5116

Email: Joanne.Antrim@concordia.edu

Educational Administration & Instructional Leadership:  Dr. Greg Jones, Ed.D.

Phone: (281) 727-6381

Email: Gregory.Jones@concordia.edu

Director, Master of Education:  Dr. Chris Winkler, Ed.D.

Phone: (512) 313-5120

Email: Chris.Winkler@concordia.edu

Dean, College of Education:  Dr. Jim McConnell, Ph.D.

Phone: (512) 313-4015

Email: Jim.McConnell@concordia.edu

 

Should issues or complaints arise about the Concordia University Educator Preparation Program or any of its components, please follow this procedure toward resolution:

  • Meet and discuss the issue with your professor.
  • If not resolved, meet and discuss the issue with the Director of your major or your Graduate Regional Program Coordinator.
  • If not resolved and in the Graduate Education Program, discuss the issue with the Graduate Education Program Director.
  • The Dean of the College of Education should be contacted if previous attempts at resolution have failed.
  • Contact Texas Education Agency at www.tea.state.tx.us , complaints or mail to Correspondence Management, Texas Education Agency, 1701 N. Congress, Austin, TX 78701
Our Mission is Developing Christian Leaders