Bachelor's Master's

Online secondary education programs

Are you a passionate individual ready to make an impact on future generations? Let Concordia help create your teaching career in secondary education. Be a leader and mentor for 4th-grade to 12th-grade students.

To be certified to teach Secondary Education in the state of Wisconsin, you need a degree and a teaching license. At Concordia, we have convenient programs to help you achieve both.

Choose to earn either your bachelor's or master's in secondary education in your preferred concentration for grades 4-12.


New courses every 8-weeks
streamline your education

100% Online coursework

Engage in general coursework
and specialized classes for your concentration

classroom experience

Student teaching develops your skills and confidence to create collaborative learning settings

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Earn your bachelor's degree and teaching license online

Save time and money by streamlining your bachelor's degree in secondary education and WI teaching license.

  • Accelerated 8-week courses
  • 120 credits
  • Graduate in 3 years
  • Transfer up-to 84-credits
  • $559 per credit 
  • Eligible for Financial Aid & *Uncommon Scholarships
  • Choose your concentration area:
    • English and Language Arts
    • Social Studies
    • Math
    • Cross Categorical Special Education - This teaching licensure program is for K-12.




Earn your master's & WI teaching license in-person or online

  • Accelerated 8-week courses
  • $646 per credit
  • 34-credits
  • Transfer up-to 6 graduate credits
  • Graduate in 2 years
  • Offered online and in-person at center locations throughout the state of Wisconsin
  • In-person student teaching near you
  • Eligible for Financial Aid & *Uncommon Scholarships

Concordia's post-baccalaureate teaching license program endorses you to teach grades 4k-12th or 4th-12th depending on your content area. Choose an area to teach where you already have content knowledge: 

  • Art Education
  • Broad field Social Studies
  • Science
  • Business Education
  • English and Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Spanish

Gain classroom skills through clinical field experiences

Over the course of our program, you'll have fieldwork experiences through practicums and student teaching. In the beginning, the work is more observational and then develops into student teaching in your final year. 

Background checks are required before you begin teaching or even observing in a classroom. You will need a cooperating teacher in a regular school with a valid teaching license, with at least 3 years of experience, and they need to have been in teaching in their current building for at least a year.

Concordia is happy to discuss fieldwork with you and help you find your placement.

Funding your degree

Concordia's payment plan allows you to break tuition into automatic monthly payments

Scholarships and financial aid are available for qualifying students.

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