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Start a career as a first-time teacher, make a career move with a licensure, or earn a certificate to better serve your students. Concordia University, St. Paul has a path that’s right for you.
The Teacher Education program at Concordia has been the pride of the university for nearly 60 years. It is widely recognized for excellence in its programs, faculty, staff, and candidates, and regarded as among the finest in the state of Minnesota and in the Concordia University System. The program is fully accredited by the National Council of Accreditation for Teacher Education (continuously since 1969) and the Minnesota Board of Teaching. Because of Minnesota’s rigorous teacher licensure standards, students graduating from Minnesota’s colleges and universities are favorably regarded nationwide.
The College of Education at Concordia University, St. Paul, has long embraced the richness of diversity in our programs, and we take pride in our commitment preparing students for a lifetime of leadership and dedicated service to God and humanity, within their chosen professions, as well as throughout their community and the world around them.
Early Childhood Education (non-licensure)
Child Development (non licensure)
Early Childhood Education
Secondary Education (5-12 or 9-12)
Master of Arts
Educational Specialist (Ed.S Degree Programs)
Educational Doctorate (Ed.D Programs)
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All of Concordia University’s professional teacher education licensure programs have been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) since 1969. The programs were most recently re-accredited in 2008.
Email director of admissions, Briana Eicheldinger, at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will gladly help you find the right teacher education program to achieve your career goals.
Our conference strives to provide spiritual enrichment and continuing
education for early childhood educators.