Student & Graduate Reviews
Hello Elizabeth, You are correct in that the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction degree you completed at Concordia University does not lead to licensure or certification. Both our website and our program brochure clearly state that the MEd does not lead to licensure or certification. During the admissions process, there is also a document students are required to sign acknowledging that the program does not lead to any licensure or certification. Since each state has a different set of criteria for earning a certificate or license, we recommend that each student connect with their states Department of Education to discuss these requirements in detail.
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