Located in Portland, Oregon, this private liberal arts university is home to nearly 5,500 students. Concordia offers 25 undergraduate majors with concentrations in more than 20 fields. If you’re looking for an online teaching degree, Concordia may be the perfect fit for you. In fact, more teachers choose Concordia for their graduate education degrees than any other university in the Northwest!
Concordia offers a Master’s of Education in Curriculum & Instruction: Online Teaching and Learning. This program is geared for those who already teach K-12 (or above) and are looking to master the workings of a virtual classroom. Your courses may include:
- Community of Learners
- Ethical and Social Issues for Online Teachers
- Developing Character Through the Curriculum
- Instructional Strategies for the Online Classroom
The best part? You can obtain this degree either on campus or online! Either way, you’ll learn about online instructional strategies, assessment, learning technologies and tools, ethics, and more. All students are expected to complete 30 credit hours, including one capstone course. Your capstone may be a practitioner inquiry, thesis, or action research – the choice is yours!
Graduates of this program have a plethora of career options. You could be an online curriculum developer/writer, K–12 teacher with online education specialty, an online education supervisor, and more!