About Concordia St. PaulColleges & Offices


Academic programs at Concordia University, St. Paul are organized into three colleges and are offered at the traditional undergraduate, adult undergraduate and graduate levels for each college.

College of Business & Technology

The College of Business & Technology offers programs that prepare graduates for today’s competitive business environment. Students gain global and technological expertise that is built upon a strong ethical foundation. All programs are practitioner-oriented and build upon student experiences.

Kevin Hall, Dean
Craig Lien, Associate Dean

Programs include:

  • Business Administration
  • Information Technology in Management
  • Food Industry Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • MBA
  • Marketing Management and Innovation
  • Organizational Management and Leadership
  • Strategic Communication
  • Computer Science


College of Arts & Letters

The College of Arts & Letters encompasses the academic programs commonly known as “humanities”.  Graduates from the College of Arts & Letters are well-prepared to take on their career objectives after graduation. Many alumni go on to fill positions in Fortune 500 companies, as well as small businesses and non-profit organizations.

David Lumpp, Dean

Programs Include:

  • Art & Design
  • Communication Studies
  • English & Modern Languages
  • History & Political Science
  • Music
  • Theology & Ministry
  • Theatre & Dance


College of Education & Science

The mission of the College of Education & Science is to prepare professionals for life-long learning and service in teaching, research and leadership. A Lutheran-based, liberal arts learning environment readies professionals for success in a diverse and global community. A coordinated set of courses and field experiences provides graduates with opportunities to build and demonstrate their knowledge, skills and personal qualities.

Don Helmstetter, Dean
Leanne Bakke, Associate Dean, School of STEM
Katie Fischer, Associate Dean, School of Allied Health
Lonn Maly, Associate Dean, School of Education

Programs Offered:

  • Child and Family Education
  • Kinesiology and Health Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Teacher Education
  • Graduate Studies in Education



Department Chair
College of Arts & Letters
Art & Design Keith Williams
Communication Studies Alan Winegarden
 English & Modern Languages  Debra Beilke
 History & Political Science David Woodard
Music David Mennicke
Theology & Ministry Mark Schuler
Theatre & Dance Mark Rosenwinkel
College of Business & Technology
Business Renata Mayrhofer
College of Education & Science
Child & Family Education Michael Walcheski
Kinesiology & Health Sciences Eric LaMott
Mathematics Rob Krueger
Science  Leanne Bakke
Social & Behavioral Sciences Stephen Morgan



Adult Undergraduate
BA-Accounting  Bruce Corrie
BA-BUS  Scott Morrell and Bruce Corrie
BA-CD  Lynn Gehrke
BA-CJ  Erv Weinkauf
BA-EXS  Katie Fischer
BA-FLE  Michael Walcheski
BA-FRM  Christine Kudelka
BA-Health Care  Katie Fischer
Hospitality  Christine Kudelka
BA-HRM  Rita Kenyon
BA-ITM  Joel Schuessler
BA-MKM  Christine Kudelka
BA-OML  Craig Witthaus and Jean Rock
BS-PSC  Katie Fischer
Radiologic Science  Katie Fischer
MA-CJ  Erv Weinkauf
MA-ECE  Lynn Gehrke
MA-FLE  Michael Walcheski
MA-HR  Steve Manderscheid
MA-LM  Jean Rock
MBA  Craig Lien
MBA-HC  Craig Lien
MA-SCM  Alan Winegarden
MA-SM  Katie Fischer