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In Class or Online we have the offering for you

Whether you are finishing a degree or pursuing career advancement through further education, Concordia University offers Associate and Bachelor of Arts degrees that fit your needs and your busy life.

In fact, we offer both traditional classroom and online courses, so you can choose the option that fits your schedule. Complete your degree in two years (for most programs) by attending class just one night a week – either online or in-class.

Our flexible, student-centered accelerated programs connect scholarly thought to action, bridging the gap between theory and practice by encouraging you to draw on the knowledge you have already learned on the job and in life. Full financial aid in the form of grants and loans may be available.

Off Campus Cohorts

Concordia University is proud to announce partnerships with area community colleges to offer students who have completed their associate degree the opportunity to take the next step in their education. If you have an associate degree, you can benefit from a seamless transfer of credits so you can maximize the value of your current education and get a head start on your next degree. Transfer students are also eligible for a $2,000 partnership scholarship that they can apply toward a bachelor’s degree. Concordia offers classes in a cohort learning model to keep you on track toward graduation and keeps you connected to your peers. Classes will be offered on partner community college campuses or Concordia campus and online.

Partner schools currently offering programs on their campus:

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International Students

Concordia University is unable to provide documentation required for student visa requests for any online programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Visiting Students

Visiting Students are not admitted and are considered non-degree seeking through Concordia University. Visiting students can obtain registration help from Olivia Andrews:

You can learn more about options to attend Concordia as a visiting student at our Visiting Student Information Page.

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