All Education Department faculty have earned their doctoral degrees and are well qualified for their responsibilities. Those responsibilities include supervising, teaching and advising students; you won't be learning from a TA here. Education Department faculty members also seek to maintain research-backed best practices, and to develop further as faculty members and members of the community through service.
First-Rate Clinical Field Experiences
From your first Education course to the culmination of student teaching, you'll be provided with rich, multicultural, eye-opening experiences in the schools. Concordia Education students fulfill state clinical requirements through a variety of introductory, special methods, general methods, and student teaching experiences.
Distance Ed/Accessibility to Place-bound
Students enrolled in the CALLEd program are able to connect with quality Concordia faculty and coursework, no matter if the student is place-bound or distance-ed. Our program course sequence, clinical experiences, and faculty advising all serve to assist students who are working, have limited time, and want to teach in their current cities.
Education program graduates are routinely sought after, even prior to graduation. Using a cohort model, students are able to enrich their educational experience building relationships with their peers.