Some days, just finding 10 minutes to pick up the phone, even to discuss something this important, can be hard to do. That’s why we make it easy to reach us in the way that’s best for you. Give us a shout; we’re ready for you. Strike now while you’re in the moment, on a mission, and thinking about your future.
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Questions about our Master of Education or Doctorate of Education offerings? Our enrollment team has answers and resources to help you with nearly anything. You could ask us...
Which program aligns with my goals?
What scholarships are available?
Are you currently offering free textbooks?
How do I fit this into my life?
What makes Concordia unique?
Could I attend graduation in person?
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- Career and Technical Education
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Adolescent Literacy
- Community Engagement
- Early Childhood Education (ECE)
- Educational Technology Leadership
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL - Online)
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL - OR/WA Residents)
- Environmental Education
- Health and Physical Education
- The Inclusive Classroom
- Methods and Curriculum
- Reading Interventionist (Online)
- Reading Interventionist (OR/WA Residents)
- Social Studies
- STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics)
- Trauma and Resilience in Educational Settings
- Educational Leadership
- Educational Technology and Learning Design
- Higher Education Administration
Where We Are
With our MEd and EdD programs fully online, Concordia’s mission to prepare leaders for the transformation of society spans the globe and touches communities far and wide.
Our physical roots, however, are here in Portland, Oregon, where our focus has been on education since our doors opened in 1905. Everything you’ll experience online—our ethics, morals, and values—originates from the heritage established on this campus.
It’s where our undergrads find their passions, where grad students further their education, and where you might visit next year to walk across the graduation stage. (Many of our online students choose to attend commencement on our campus.)
And here’s the best part: in 2017, our College of Education opened a new $48 million shared facility in collaboration with Portland Public Schools' Faubion School. The first of its kind in the nation, the innovative space—which houses our graduate programs—provides preK-8 education, wrap around health, wellness, food, early childhood care, and other services to close the opportunity gap in this Title I school.
We call it the 3 to PhD® community, and this is where you can learn more about it.
2811 NE Holman Street
Portland, Oregon 97211