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Unlock New Opportunities in Lutheran Education with the Lutheran Teacher Colloquy
The Lutheran Teacher Colloquy at Concordia University Texas will help your deepen your knowledge of Lutheran doctrine and enhance your teaching skills. Our experienced faculty are committed to guiding and supporting you every step of the way. Upon completion, you'll have the knowledge and tools to inspire your students and their families with sound doctrine, taking your teaching career to new heights. Designed for Lutheran teachers who have yet to study Lutheran doctrine at the collegiate level, our program is ideal for teachers seeking to make a greater impact on their students.
The Lutheran Teacher Colloquy at Concordia University Texas empowers teachers in Lutheran schools with a foundational understanding of Lutheran theology. Gain the knowledge and tools you need to make a difference in the classroom.Apply
Participants in our program typically take eight courses designed to immerse educators in course material relevant to Lutheran teachings. These courses provide an opportunity for students to build upon their existing knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of the subject areas.
The eight courses are as follows:
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- History of Theology and the Church
- Lutheran Confessions
- Christian Doctrine
- Varieties of Belief
- The Lutheran Teacher I
- The Lutheran Teacher II
Concordia University Texas offers the Colloquy Program only on campus. However, students can participate in the program from anywhere in the world via the Concordia University Education Network (CUEnet).
- Enhanced teaching skills
- Greater opportunities for advancement within Lutheran schools
- Ability to serve as a spiritual leader within the community
- Lead teacher positions
- Department head positions
- School administrator roles
- Opportunities for positions within the Lutheran Church, such as youth ministry or adult education roles.
Concordia University Texas is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees along with the Doctorate in Education (Ed.D). Contact the SACSCOC at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Concordia University Texas.
Students coming to Concordia directly from high school with no full-time college experience must have:
- GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale)
Students who fall below the above requirement will be evaluated by the Office of Admissions and may still be eligible for admission to Concordia. Please contact your Admissions Counselor if you have questions about achieving admission.
If you are transferring to Concordia:
- Transfer students with 12 or more college-level credit hours completed must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.
- Transfer students with fewer than 12 college-level credit hours completed must meet freshman admission requirements.
Visit our admissions page to learn more.
- Tuition and aid
Student resources available
At Concordia, we offer additional resources to ensure your success, including the writing center, math center, speech center and peer tutoring. The CTX Library's eBook collection of over 180,000+ items is available 24/7. The library also provides several Research Guides and Tutorials and you can chat with a librarian 24/7 for additional help. Because you’re a person and not just a student to us, mental health screening, resources and support are also available. Check out our mental health page for more information.