Career Opportunities

Graduate students who already have teaching certificates can use their M. Ed. Degree studies to deepen their understanding of teaching/learning strategies. This could lead to becoming a department chair or team leader within a school.

The Curriculum & Instruction sequence of courses qualifies the graduate to:

  • Work as a Curriculum Specialist for a school district.
  • Work as a Curriculum Designer for an educational publishing company.
  • Teach undergraduate classes in Teacher Education, Instructional Strategies, and Curriculum at a university or a Regional Service Center.

 

The Advanced Literacy Instruction sequence of courses qualifies the graduate for a Reading Specialist certificate upon successful completion of the Reading Specialist TExES exam. This enables the graduate to:

  • Work as a Reading Specialist in an elementary or secondary school or at the district level.
  • Train in Teacher Education at a Regional Service Center.
  • Teach in Teacher Education literacy courses at a university.

 

The Educational Administration sequence qualifies the graduate to:

  • Work as a Principal or in other administrative-level positions in public or private schools.
  • Train in Educational Administration or Teacher Education at a Regional Service Center.
  • Teach undergraduate Teacher Education courses at a university or college.

 

The Differentiated Instruction sequence of courses qualifies the graduate to:

  • Work as a Differentiated Instruction specialist in an elementary or secondary school or at the district level.
  • Train in Differentiated Instruction at a Regional Service Center.
  • Teach in teacher education programs at a university or college.

 

Concordia University Texas Career Services.

 

Graduation

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