Thinking of going back to school? Concordia's graduate education options are convenient, flexible, and abundant.
Graduate Education at Concordia University Ann Arbor
Concordia University’s Department of Graduate Education delivers relevant, transformative programs designed to empower educators to boldly step forth into their professional calling.
We offer flexible, accredited programs taught by individuals who have deep experience and knowledge of issues critical to both Michigan and our country. At Concordia, our class sizes are small, our community is close-knit, and the curriculum challenges you to grow as a person and a professional.
Program Director Dr. Sandra Harris is excited to welcome you to Graduate Education here at Concordia. When asked what her students gain during their experience in our programs, she said: “Our students love being able to apply what they’re learning directly into their own classrooms. They will learn how to effectively utilize data that will greatly improve student learning.”
Our graduates pursue excellence in the delivery of educational services and lead with integrity. Be part of a tradition that will inspire a lifelong love of learning in your students and yourself.
Endorsement in English as a Second Language
Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction
Master of Science in Educational Leadership
Master of Science in Special Education Learning Disabilities
Master of Science in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education
Post-Master’s K-12 School Administrator Certificate
Reading Diagnostic Course (MDE Approved Reading Requirement)
Doctorate for Education in Leadership in Innovation and Continuous Improvement
Do you want to learn more? Visit us at cuaa.edu/GradEd
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