The classroom is calling
Add a Secondary Teaching Certification to any Bachelor's Degree.
Grow your career while helping students thrive in the classroom. By earning your teaching certificate combined with a master's degree, you’ll positively impact middle school and high school students and make a difference in their lives. You can be proud of a career in education.
At Concordia's School of Education, we value and welcome the experience you bring to the program. Master's of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with the Secondary Ed Teacher Certification is an innovative pathway for anyone desiring to impact the lives of students in grades 6-12.
If you currently have a bachelor’s degree—in any subject area—and are looking to inspire the youth of today, this program is for you.
- Middle School Teacher
- Junior High School Teacher
- High School Teacher
Uncommon Scholarship eligible to lower your cost
Courses offered online in 8 week (3 credit courses) and 10 week (4 credit courses) segments
Self-paced so you can finish your courses on your schedule
Coursework is available 100% online or on-campus
Michigan DPE approved program
Certification Options: English, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Comprehensive Social Studies, or Spanish
Courses designed with you in mind
This program is an accelerated route to obtaining teacher certification for instruction in grades 6–12 and your master's degree. Candidates can choose to earn a certification to teach English, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Comprehensive Social Studies, or Spanish. The 30 credit program is offered online or in-person in a self-paced format so you may begin taking courses at any time from anywhere.
Have additional questions? Fill out the form on this page to get the information you need.
Are you eligible?
We’re excited to offer new Uncommon Scholarships exclusively for adult and post-traditional learners.
Ranging from $150-$500 per three-credit course, these scholarships can be applied to a variety of programs and are available to:
Employees of our corporate and academic partners
Current students of Concordia University-Portland
Transfer students from Holy Family College
Veterans and their dependents
Employees of qualifying Christian schools and churches