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Concordia University - Portland Reviews of Master's in Educational Leadership

6 Reviews

Locations:   Portland (OR) 

Annual Tuition: N/A

80% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Educational Leadership

Student Reviews - Master's in Educational Leadership

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Nicole Cordova-Lyttle

Reviewed: 5/14/2019

Degree: Educational Leadership

I would highly recommend Concordia University-Portland to any student looking to further their career as a teacher or school administrator. The program was very well run, professors were very knowledgeable and directed us to learn about techniques we could practice in our classroom if we were teaching or what to look forward to as a teacher. There are so many great resources at your fingertips that make this journey so special. And in only a year. Great experience and highly recommend.


Reviewed: 12/14/2018

Degree: Educational Leadership

If you want an honest opinion, this school is out to take your money and that is it. A few professors were actually decent, but in terms of how the programs operate and the financial aid and just billing side, good luck. You will have better luck dealing with a monkey than with these people. Like I said, this school is not out to help you achieve anything except take your money. Good luck to you if you decide to go here. This school does not even deserve stars below.

Andre'-Mar'Quis Mitchell-Franklin

Reviewed: 6/8/2018

Degree: Educational Leadership

There are some many gems in journeying through Concordia Portlands online M.Ed in Educational Leadership Program, but in a few words, the program is nothing short of amazing. I had the privilege of graduating from the program in 2017, and have found that it has directly advanced my pedagogy within the classroom, as well as my now effectiveness as an educational leader in my current role. My attention to the coursework offered throughout the program allowed me to utilize the new information directly... Read More


Reviewed: 3/7/2016

Degree: Educational Leadership

I loved this school. Yes, I did sacrifice my nights and weekends for an entire year, but it was worth it. I worked full time and was raising three children at the same time. My family was understanding. Best thing I ever did because now I have a new position at a college with double the pay. My classmates were wonderful and my professors were great. I never had an issue getting a response to any question whether it was from a professor or financial aid. Everyone from the admissions process down was... Read More

Rachel W.

Reviewed: 1/19/2016

Degree: Educational Leadership

I am currently in my 7th out of 10 classes of the Masters of leadership program at Concordia. The program is very demanding and one should expect to devote all of their free time towards the program. However, this is to be expected in an accelerated one year program. I am very impressed with the quality of education and the incredible amount that I am learning. Without hesitating, I would recommend this program to anyone who is willing to put their life on hold for one year. It will take be 4 years... Read More


Reviewed: 2/27/2014

Degree: Educational Leadership

I am disappointed at the instruction and administrative accountability at this school. I hold a Masters degree, in another field, from another school. Even without the my previous Masters degree, I would find this school curriculum and academic expectations below undergraduate expectations. I apologize to schools, that cohorts of teachers will be entering the field, with a masters degree from this degree mill, without the knowledge needed to fulfill the responsibilities of the job. I was drawn in... Read More


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