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The Concordia University Ann Arbor School of Education offers several education programs in undergraduate, graduate, state of Michigan endorsements, and more. Depending on the program, courses are offered both face-to-face and in an online 8-week format to serve your career goals at every step. Visit "programs and degrees" to learn more about the variety of programs available.

Graduate Education

Relevant, transformative programs designed to empower educators to boldly step forth into their professional calling.

Master of Science in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education

Enroll in a program that provides training in student affairs and higher education -- make a difference across colleges and universities with a Master of Science in Student Personnel and Administration in Higher Education.

Master of Science in Special Education Learning Disabilities

With our Master's of Science in Special Education Learning Disabilities, you can combine an endorsement in special education with a master's degree.

Special Education Endorsement

Concordia's Special Education Endorsement may be taken alone or combined with a master's in special education learning disabilities.

Post-master's K-12 School Administrator Certificate (SACP)

SACP is designed for current and aspiring administrators who already have their master’s degree in education and desire to build a theoretical understanding of effective leadership and develop practical skills in school administration.

Endorsement in English as a Second Language

This program is designed for teachers who want to earn an ESL endorsement to enable those with limited English proficiency to get the education and opportunities they deserve.

Master of Science in Educational Leadership

The Master of Science in Educational Leadership prepares and inspires servant leaders to pursue a Michigan building administrator certificate.

Doctorate of Education in Leadership in Innovation and Continuous Improvement (LICI)

The Doctorate of Education in LICI is a cross-disciplinary doctoral program that will create and develop innovators to make a significant impact in different vocations.

Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction is a program for educators who deeply care about making the classroom experience as impactful, relevant, and effective as possible.

Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with Secondary Education Teacher Certification

Our post-baccalaureate MDE approved teacher preparation program lets you earn your Secondary Education Teacher Certification and MSCI in an accelerated online format.

Our Mission

The School of Education equips and inspires Christian servant leaders to pursue integrity and excellence in the delivery of educational services within professional and lifelong learning throughout the world.

From the start, Concordia University Ann Arbor has been known for outstanding teacher education. Today, we continue that tradition; developing administrators and teachers to deliver exceptional education, while impacting the lives of students, families, and communities in a diverse array of educational settings.

At Concordia, we are committed to providing meaningful experiences in all of our teacher education degree programs. Experiences that will shape you to be a transformational educator. Small class sizes and outsized individual mentoring immerse you in personal learning. Rigorous, innovative curriculum empowers you to lead with confidence and agility. Our value for Christ-centered faith and learning invites you to align your beliefs within instructional settings as you deepen your sense of calling and vocation.

Whether preparing for first years in teaching or honing your proven expertise, our mission is the same: to equip you to achieve lifelong excellence as you make a difference for others.


Get involved in one of our clubs or organizations!

When you get involved with an education student organization at Concordia, you open yourself up to all kinds of possibilities: connections with fellow Concordians who share your same interests, opportunities to practice and apply what you’ve learned in the classroom, and the chance to serve others in ways that match the unique skill sets you’ve been given. Check out some of the education-focused student organizations you can look forward to joining at CUAA, and visit our Clubs & Organizations page to see more of our offerings.