Transform into an elite educator

Passionate educators are needed to guide classrooms into the 21st century. Learn how to improve curriculum and assessment design in order to create an impactful, inspiring, and transformational educational experiences. Understand social, ethnic, and political issues impacting the classroom and develop strategies for making your classroom a place of profound learning.

Credits 31
Cost Per Credit $614

We are committed to engaging your mind and spirit for service to Christ in the church and the world.


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Program Overview

At Concordia, we care about your intellectual, social, and spiritual growth. We want to help ambitious, motivated educators be at their best. In our Curriculum and Instruction program, you will expand your teaching skills towards the goal of becoming a “master teacher.” As part of your program, we not only give you tactical expertise, but ethical grounding and an expansive understanding of current issues that will impact your classroom. We are also extremely flexible. Classes are in a convenient eight week format and may be taken online. Additionally, you may choose from program options such as adding on an ESL endorsement.

What to Expect

Our program is aligned with Michigan Curriculum Framework and Grade Level Content Expectations (check with your state DPI or DOE for transferability). You will leave this program invigorated in your calling as a teacher, confident in your new skills, and passionate about designing world-class educational experiences.

Applicants of this program may be eligible for Uncommon Scholarships. To see if you qualify, please visit the Uncommon Scholarships page. The scholarship application must be filled out and submitted online once per academic year.

  • Ann Arbor
  • Online

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