Ready to pursue your Master of Education degree? Concordia’s MEd programs, both on-campus and online, are designed specifically for in-service educators. All of our MEd faculty have a background in education– they’re either currently teachers or administrators or have previously worked in these roles. Professional development opportunities and weekly development meetings keep faculty aligned and current regarding best practices. Courses are updated every 12-18 months to ensure a timely, relevant curriculum.
The history program at Concordia emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to learning, helping students develop a broad range of applicable intellectual skills – such as critical thinking, inquiry, and analysis – and encourages action in the world based on the principles students explore in their studies. Students conclude their program with a senior thesis or practicum that emphasizes intellectual depth, versatile problem solving, creativity, and practical action.
Nursing students here receive invaluable, hands-on preparation with real-world application in a variety of settings. As a result, Concordia nursing graduates learn to care for the whole patient – mind, body, and spirit – and are prepared to promote health, offer quality bed-side care, and provide leadership, both within health care organizations and in the broader community.