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1 M.Ed. in Educational Administration Teachers holding either elementary or secondary teaching certification who intend to serve and become certified as school principals in the state of Nebraska. Note: Nebraska Certification requires two years of successful teaching experience. As you complete the Master of Education in Educational Administration, you will develop an understanding of effective school organization, management, and leadership; learn about various processes of educational administration, including political and fiscal management; understand the ethics of administering educational systems; and gain new communication skills including group process, evaluation, and staff development. Online: This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. While there are no face-to-face requirements, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. In addition, you will need access to a school or other learning organization in order to complete some course assignments. You will finish one credit course every Career Outcomes: Students completing this program will meet the educational requirements needed to apply for certification as a school principal from the Nebraska Department of Education. You will choose either elementary or secondary principal certification. EDUC 581 Practicum in Elementary and/or Secondary School Administration and Supervision Part I EDUC 501 Contemporary Thought in Education PSY 511 Foundations of Teaching and Learning EDUC 552 Processes in Elementary and Secondary School Administration EDUC 551 Curriculum Design EDUC 582 Practicum in Elementary and/or Secondary School Administration and Supervision Part II EDUC 594 Research Evaluation and Design EDUC 554 Supervision of Elementary and Secondary School Instruction EDUC 55 Administration of School Relations and Finance SOC 565 Serving and Leading in Community and World EDUC 595 Research Proposal Development EDUC 557 School Law Total: 6 Hours While this list describes the coursework that makes up the M.Ed. in Educational Administration degree, this is not a class schedule and your cohort may take these courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Bob Smallfoot at

2 M.Ed. in Literacy with Reading Specialist & ESL Teachers holding teaching certification who wish to become Reading Specialists and become endorsed in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in the state of Nebraska. As you complete the Master of Education in Literacy, you will learn fresh, innovative ways to help your students not only learn but also develop a love of reading and writing; learn how to diagnose and address students' particular linguistic difficulties. Use new knowledge of decoding, vocabulary, study skills, spelling, and comprehension to help your students make the most of their learning opportunities. Students have the option of earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist and ESL Endorsements (this page), earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 12), earning a Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 1) or earning an ESL Endorsement for grades K-12 (page 14). EDUC 524 ESL/ELL Foreign Language Instruction EDUC 525 ESL/ELL Foreign Language Curriculum Assessment ENG 50 Linguistics for Educators EDUC 526 Language and Culture EDUC 527 ESL/ELL Internship EDUC 519 Word Study: Decoding, Comprehension & Fluency EDUC 520 Literacy Assessment & Intervention EDUC 565 The Young Child: Language & Literacy EDUC 566 Reading in the Middle and Secondary School EDUC 501 Contemporary Thought in Education PSY 511 Psychological Foundations of Teaching and Learning SOC 565 Serving and Leading in Community and World EDUC 594 Research Evaluation and Design EDUC 568 Practicum in Reading Instruction and Assessment 6 Total: 45 Hours While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the M.Ed. in Literacy degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Kathleen Wheeler at

3 M.Ed. in Literacy with Reading Specialist Endorsement Teachers holding teaching certification who wish to become Reading Specialists in the state of Nebraska. As you complete the Master of Education in Literacy, you will learn fresh, innovative ways to help your students not only learn but also develop a love of reading and writing; learn how to diagnose and address students' particular linguistic difficulties. Use new knowledge of decoding, vocabulary, study skills, spelling, and comprehension to help your students make the most of their learning opportunities. Students have the option of earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist and ESL Endorsements (page 11), earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist Endorsement (this page), earning a Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 1) or earning an ESL Endorsement for grades K-12 (page 14). PSY 511 Psychological Foundations of Teaching and Learning EDUC 519 Word Study: Decoding, Comprehension & Fluency EDUC 520 Literacy Assessment & Intervention EDUC 565 The Young Child, Language and Literacy EDUC 566 Reading in the Middle and Secondary School ENG 55 Survey of Contemporary Literature PK-12 ENG 521 Teaching Writing PK-12 EDUC 501 Contemporary Thought in Education EDUC 594 Research Evaluation and Design EDUC 568 Practicum in Reading Instruction & Assessment 6 SOC 565 Serving and Leading in Community and World Total: 6 Hours While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the M.Ed. in Literacy degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Kathleen Wheeler at

4 Reading Specialist Endorsement Certified teachers who wish to become eligible for an endorsement as a reading specialist in the state of Nebraska. As you complete the Reading Specialist Endorsement, you will learn fresh, innovative ways to help your students not only learn but also love reading and writing while using new knowledge of decoding, vocabulary, study skills, spelling, and comprehension to make the most of opportunities to learn. Students have the option of earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist and ESL Endorsements (page 11), earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 12), earning a Reading Specialist Endorsement (this page) or earning an ESL Endorsement for grades K-12 (page 14). PSY511 Psychological Foundations of Teaching and Learning EDUC519 Word Study: Decoding, Comprehension & Fluency EDUC520 Literacy Assessment and Intervention EDUC565 The Young Child, Language and Literacy EDUC566 Reading in the Middle and Secondary School ENG521 Teaching Writing PK-12 ENG55 Survey of Contemporary Literature PK-12 EDUC501 Contemporary Thought in Education EDUC568 Practicum in Reading Instruction and Assessment 6 Total: 0 Hours While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the Reading Specialist endorsement, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Kathleen Wheeler at

5 ESL Endorsement Teachers holding teaching certification who wish to become endorsed in English as a Second Language (ESL) in the state of Nebraska. As you complete the ESL Endorsement, you will learn appropriate teaching methods, materials, modifications, and assessments to meet the needs of diverse learners. Students have the option of earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist and ESL Endorsements (page 1), earning a Master of Education in Literacy with Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 12), earning a Reading Specialist Endorsement (page 1) or earning an ESL Endorsement for grades K-12 (this page). EDUC 524 ESL/ELL Foreign Language Instruction EDUC 525 ESL/ELL Foreign Language Assessment & Intervention ENG 50 Linguistics for Educators EDUC 526 Language and Culture EDUC 527 ESL/ELL Internship Total: 15 Hours While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the ESL endorsement, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Vicki Anderson at

6 M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education Certified teachers who wish to become endorsed in early childhood education and earn a Master of Education degree. Individuals with a qualifying undergraduate degree who wish to earn an advanced degree in the field of early childhood education. As you complete the Master of Education in Early Childhood Education, you will be equipped to teach and assess children from birth to age eight, while partnering with parents and agencies to meet the unique linguistic, social, and educational needs of children. The program provides practical application of developmentally appropriate instruction, methodology, and assessment. Emphases include a focus on advocacy and leadership in early childhood education. Upon completion of the program, students will have earned a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education. Certified teachers are eligible to apply for the Early Childhood Education Endorsement as certified by the state of Nebraska EDUC 526 Language and Culture EDUC 501 Contemporary Thought in Education EDUC 565 The Young Child, Language and Literacy SOC 565 Serving and Leading in Community and World EDUC 578 Infants and Toddlers: Development, Methods, Curriculum and Assessment (Birth-, includes clinical experience) PSY 511 Psychological Foundations of Teaching and Learning EDUC 580 EDUC 58 Pre-Primary Education: Development, Methods, Curriculum and Assessment (Ages -5) Primary Education: Development, Methods, Curriculum and Assessment (Ages 6-8) EDUC 594 Research Evaluation and Design EDUC 574 Early Childhood Program Organization and Management EDUC 57 Early Childhood Practicum 6 Total: 6 While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the M.Ed. in Early Childhood degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Annette Oliver at

7 Early Childhood Education Endorsement Certified teachers who wish to become eligible for an endorsement in early childhood education as recognized by the state of Nebraska. As you complete the Early Childhood Education Endorsement, you will be equipped to teach and assess children from birth to age eight, while partnering with parents and agencies to meet the unique linguistic, social, and educational needs of children. The program provides practical application of developmentally appropriate instruction, methodology, and assessment. Emphases include focus on advocacy and leadership in early childhood education. Upon completion of the program students will be eligible to apply for the Early Childhood Education Endorsement as certified by the state of Nebraska. EDUC 526 Language and Culture EDUC 501 Contemporary Thought in Education EDUC 565 The Young Child: Language and Literacy PSY 511 Psychological Foundations of Teaching and Learning EDUC 580 Pre-Primary Education: Development, Methods, Curriculum & Assessment (Ages -5) EDUC 58 Primary Education: Development, Methods, Curriculum and Assessment (Ages 6-8) EDUC 578 Infants & Toddlers: Development, Methods, Curriculum & Assessment EDUC 574 Early Childhood Program Organization and Management EDUC 57 Early Childhood Practicum 6 Total: 0 While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the Early Childhood Endorsement, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Annette Oliver at

8 M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction Certified teachers who wish to earn a Master of Education degree with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. A Curriculum Specialist Endorsement is also available. The Curriculum and Instruction Master's program is an innovative, inquiry-based program with a focus on professional development. The goal of the Curriculum and Instruction Master s program is to improve students' performance, to accept greater responsibility in their roles as educational leaders, advocates, and life-long learners and to provide an opportunity for practicing teachers and other educational professionals to enhance their understanding and expertise in the following areas: (1) development of differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of diverse learners; (2) analysis, interpretation and application of standardized assessment data within the curriculum; () instructional strategies; (4) best practice; and (5) educational research. 8 weeks. ED 501 Contemporary Thought in Education ED 514 Analyzing and Applying Assessment to Improve Instruction ED 551 Curriculum Design and Evaluation PSY 511 Psychological Foundations to Teaching & Learning EDUC 506 Integrating Technology into the Classroom EDUC 594 Research Evaluation and Design SOC 565 Serving & Leading in the Community and World EDUC 51 Differentiating Instruction to Increase Student Achievement EDUC 52 Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic & Cultural Diversity EDUC 5 or EDUC 552 Classroom Management: Theory and Practice Processes in Elementary and Secondary School Administration* EDUC 54 Empowering Teachers as Leaders EDUC 540 Capstone EDUC 590 Curriculum Specialist Practicum* Total for Master's in Curriculum & Instruction: 6 Total for Master's in Curriculum & Instruction with Endorsement* 9 While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Barb Perlewitz at Students who wish to earn the Curriculum Specialist Endorsement will substitute EDUC 552 for EDUC 5 and complete EDUC 590.

9 M.Ed. - Special Education Curriculum & Instruction with Mild/Moderate Special Education Endorsement Certified teachers who wish to earn a Master of Education degree with an emphasis in Special Education Curriculum and Instruction. An initial endorsement in mild/moderate special education is also available. As you complete the M.Ed. in Special Education Curriculum & Instruction and/or Mild/Moderate Special Education Endorsement, you will be equipped to teach and assess diverse learners. The program is designed for current teachers and access to a classroom with special needs students is required. Prerequisite: In addition to the courses listed below, students are required to have completed a credit course in the psychology of exceptionality and multiculturalism. Most currently certified teachers will have met this requirement as a part of their undergraduate preparation. If you have not taken this course, you will be required to complete this credit hour course before you can receive an endorsement in special education. Endorsement Courses: EDUC 559 Instructional Methods for Students with Learning Disabilities EDUC 576 Behavior Disorders & Behavior Management EDUC 591 Educating Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities EDUC 592 Assessment & Evaluation of Diverse Learners EDUC 558 Current Issues in Special Education & the Law EDUC 59 Instructional Methods for Students with Diverse Needs EDUC 546 Curriculum & Direct Instruction: Reading EDUC 547 Curriculum & Direct Instruction: Mathematics EDUC 5XX Special Education Practicum Endorsement Total: 27 Additional Courses to Complete the M.Ed. SOC 565 Serving and Leading in Community & World EDUC 594 Educational Research Evaluation and Design EDUC 551 Curriculum Design and Evaluation EDUC 517 Advanced Assessment Techniques for Diverse Learners Total Credits for Endorsement and M.Ed. Total: 9 While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the program, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Alice Epstein at

10 Graduate Teacher Certification Individuals with a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a content area offered by Concordia and certifiable by the Nebraska Department of Education who would like to become a secondary education teacher. While there are no face-to-face class meetings, some live online sessions and/or conference call sessions may be required. You will finish one credit course every 8 weeks, followed by a full semester of student teaching. Admissions Requirements: In addition to the steps on Page 2 of this packet, you are required to submit the following: Official transcripts showing a cumulative GPA of.0 or higher (2.75 GPA in the content area); two letters of recommendation; and a copy of your professional resume. EDUC 500 Foundations & Philosophy of Education EDUC 50 Educational Psychology EDUC 55 Portfolio I Review/Clinicals EDUC 511 Special Education and the Law EDUC 506 Integrating Technology in the Classroom EDUC 507 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum EDUC 504/5 Middle School/Classroom Management EDUC 505/551 High School Pedagogy/Curriculum Design and Design & Development EDUC 508/52 Multiculturalism/Diversity EDUC 56 Portfolio II Review EDUC 512 Professional Ethics and the Law EDUC 510/514 Educational Assessments: Tests and Measured EDUC 562 Methods 2 EDUC 540 Student Teaching 10 EDUC 57 Portfolio III Review Total for Graduate Teacher Certification: 42 EDUC Research Methods EDUC Thesis Completion or Project EDUC Graduate Education Elective Total for Master's in C&I with Graduate Teacher Certification 51 While this chart lists the coursework that makes up the Graduate Teacher Certification program this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take courses in a different order. These promotional materials represent as accurately as possible the Concordia Graduate Catalog, but we reserve the right to deviate from this outline when necessary. For additional information, please contact Dr. Barb Perlewitz at

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