Note: This information is for students who have been admitted to Concordia as MEd students. If you haven't applied yet, check our program and admission requirements.
Welcome to the Master of Education (MEd) program at Concordia University Texas. The MEd provides ongoing graduate education for teachers, those seeking to become teachers and organizational instructors in a collaborative, Christian environment for the lifelong pursuit of excellence in teaching, learning and serving.
The mission of the MEd program at Concordia University Texas is to develop educational practitioners who exemplify:
- Values-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
All MEd students must complete an orientation before the first day of class. If you are unable to attend the scheduled orientation, contact your admissions counselor as soon as possible.
All MEd students must agree to the Concordia University Texas College of Education Code of Ethics. If you did not sign and turn in the signature page at orientation, please sign and return it to Maigan Pearson before the start of your first course.
Information shared in the on-ground orientations can be found in the Student Orientation slides. If you have additional questions, please contact Maigan Pearson.
Information about online cohort orientation can be found at MEd Next Steps.
- MEd Program Handbook – for all MEd Students (PDF)
- Educational Administration Practicum Handbook (PDF)
- Testing & Certification
- Academic Catalogs & Calendars
- Appraisal Certification: AEL, ILD, PDAS, T-TESS (PDF)
- Financial Aid Information
- Graduation Information
- Pi Lambda Theta – Requirements: senior or a graduate student, have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above and are planning to pursue a career in education. Apply at pilambda.org/join.
Academic & Financial Support for Enrolled MEd & EdD Students:
Degree & Specialization Coordinators:
Dr. Joanne Antrim
Chair of Advanced Literacy
Dr. Lori Einfalt
Program Director of the Master of Education (MEd); Chair of Educational Administration and Instructional Leadership
Dr. Stephanie Hartzell
Program Director of the Doctor of Education (EdD)
Dr. Clarissa Rosas
Chair of Culturally Responsive Special Education
Dr. Chris Winkler
Director of the College of Education
Educator Preparation Program
Any issues or complaints about the CTX Educator Preparation Program or any of its components may be addressed via these resources: