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Earn Your MEd at Concordia University Texas

September 30, 2020
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The Concordia University Texas Master of Education (MEd) program grants access to life-changing opportunities in the field of education and a variety of other disciplines.

The personalized education you receive from Concordia will help you advance in meaningful work and become a change agent, making a positive impact on the lives of students and coworkers. The MEd prepares you for leadership roles within educational and instructional environments.

About the Concordia MEd

The MEd program at Concordia University Texas includes two parts: the core curriculum and the specialization.

The core provides the foundations you need in theory and research, while the specialization prepares you for your specific professional goals.

All specializations are delivered in a cohort model, which means that you will go through the program with the same group of students. They will challenge you to grow personally and professionally and will serve as a support system.

Except for special cohorts, such as the LISD Aspiring Leader program, all MEd programs are online, offering you convenience and flexibility.


Time to Completion

Advanced Literacy

2 years (6 semesters)

Coaching & Sports Administration

16 months (4 semesters)

Culturally Responsive Special Education

16 months (4 semesters)

Educational Administration

2 years (6 semesters)

Educational Technology & Innovation

16 months (4 semesters)

Instructional Leadership

16 months (4 semesters)

Innovative MEd Specializations

Choosing one of six innovative specializations for the MEd program, you can align your graduate degree with your career aspirations.

Advanced Literacy: Gain the knowledge and skills to help struggling students excel in literacy, and prepare for the TExES Reading Specialist exam (151).

Coaching & Sports Administration: Become qualified to assume ethical leadership roles in various areas of athletics, including athletic departments in public/private schools and universities, the fitness industry, league sports and more.

Culturally Responsive Special Education: Equip yourself with the necessary tools to effectively plan and manage classes for exceptional students who come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Educational Administration: Develop the administrative skills and learn procedures vital to leadership roles at the campus level. Plus, prepare to take the TExES Principal exams (268 and 368).

Educational Technology & Innovation: Learn how to develop and implement innovative teaching practices that leverage cutting-edge technology to enhance learning in educational and organizational settings.

Instructional Leadership: Become qualified for instructional leadership roles, such as campus instructional coach, district content area specialist or program coordinator/director.

Are you ready to access life-changing opportunities? Discover more about the Concordia MEd program.