Welcome to the Master 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.
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
Appraisal Certification: AEL, ILD, PDAS, T-TESS (PDF)
- M.Ed. Program Handbook (PDF) - Program Handbook for all M.Ed. Students
- Advanced Literacy/Reading Practicum Handbook (PDF)
- Educational Administration Practicum Handbook (PDF)
Pi Lambda Theta
If you are a senior or a graduate student, have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above, and are planning to pursue a career in education, you're eligible to join. All you have to do is fill out the short application at pilambda.org/join.
Code of Ethics Form (PDF) - Required of all Master of Education students
Consent to Release Certification Form (PDF) - Required for all Educational Administration/Principal Certification, Advanced Literacy/Reading Specialist, and Superintendent students
FERPA form (PDF) - Required for all Educational Administration/Principal Certification, Advanced Literacy/Reading Specialist, and Superintendent students.
Media Release Form (PDF) - Required of all Master of Education students
Texas Code of Ethics Form (PDF) - Required for all Educational Administration/Principal Certification, Advanced Literacy/Reading Specialist, and Superintendent students (The text for the Texas Educators' Code of Ethics can be found here)
TexShare Card User Agreement (PDF) - CTX Library is a member of the TexShare Library Consortium, which allows our patrons to directly check out materials from other participating area libraries across the state
All College of Education forms should be returned to the Certification Office.
General University Forms
For University forms including the Graduate Petition form and Name Change form, please see the Office of the Registrar's forms page.
Enrollment Specialist; Academic and Financial Support for incoming M.Ed. & Ed.D. students:
Phone: (512) 313-4617
Academic and Financial Support for Enrolled M.Ed. & Ed.D. Students
Phone: (832) 341-1601
Degree and Specialization Coordinators:
Dr. Joanne Antrim, Ph.D., Coordinator of Advanced Literacy
Phone: (512) 313-5116
Dr. Lori Einfalt, Ph.D., Coordinator of Master of Education degree, Educational Administration, and Instructional Leadership
Phone: (512) 313-5124
Dr. Clarissa Rosas Ph.D., Coordinator of Differentiated Instruction and Special Education
Phone: (512) 313-5113
Dr. Chris Winkler, Ed.D., Coordinator of Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree and Sports
Phone: (512) 313-5120
Dr. Jim McConnell, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Education
Phone: (512) 313-4015
Should issues or complaints arise about the Concordia University Educator Preparation Program or any of its components, please follow this procedure toward resolution: