Welcome, Concordia University-Portland Students

Continue earning credits toward a Master of Education degree at the University of San Diego

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Concordia University-Portland Master of Education students, we empathize with you and realize the difficult position you’re in following the recent announcement of your school’s imminent closure, so we want to offer our assistance in helping you continue your path toward a Master of Education degree and reaching your professional goals.

Our innovative, online Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree program prepares students with the knowledge and skills they need to enhance their teaching — with an emphasis on 21st century skills, equity and social justice, classroom inquiry and a professional response to the Common Core Standards.

Offered through our School of Leadership and Education Sciences, the online Master of Education program enables degree candidates to choose from among several distinct specialization options — so you can home in on your area of interest and earn your degree on your own time while engaging with top-quality instructors and experienced educators from across the country.

We have enrollment advisors ready to help customize a forward path for Concordia University students, taking your earned credits into account and developing a plan toward earning an M.Ed. degree in your desired specialization.

Talk to someone on our team today at (619) 260-4580 and explore your options. We’re ready to help!

 

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  1. 100% Online Degree Access your courses from anywhere
  2. Customized Transfer Evaluations Transfer up to 12 earned credits toward an MEd degree
  3. Waived Application Fee All application fees waived for Concordia applicants
  4. Financial Aid USD ensures financial support is available to eligible students
Program Snapshot

Application Deadline: April 27

Program Length 20 months
Total Credits 30
Next Term Starts May 12

Specializations

STEAM

Curriculum & Instruction

Literacy & Digital Learning

Inclusive Learning (UDL)

School Leadership