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Welcome to the Continuing Education department at Concordia University, St. Paul!
A student may take continuing education courses at CSP if they:
Continuing Education (CE) offers primarily general education courses as well as a selection of elective course offerings.
All CE courses run 7 weeks long and are offered completely online. Depending on the format, courses are either asynchronous with no designated meeting time or synchronous with a 45 – 60 minute chat once a week at either 7pm or 8pm CST.
Please search through our course catalog to view our course offerings. You can narrow your search to Continuing Education courses by following the above link to our course catalog, and selecting “Continuing Studies On-Line”” under the Schedule Type drop down.
CE courses range from 2-4 credits each, at the rate of $420.00 per credit.
Visiting Students (non-degree seeking) are those who are not intending to obtain a degree from Concordia University, St. Paul and are primarily interested in taking courses to transfer to another college or university or complete a certificate through Concordia.
A visiting student may request to register for Undergraduate or Graduate courses that are offered through one of our Traditional or Online programs or School of Continuing Studies. Department approval and submission of an unofficial or official transcript may be required prior to registration.
GRADUATE LEVEL COURSES:
In addition to meeting the above requirements, visiting students interested in takin graduate level courses:
Visiting students are not eligible for financial aid. Payment in full is required in full by the drop deadline of the course
Concordia’s Add, Drop, and Withdraw deadlines apply to all visiting students. Concordia adheres strictly to these dates throughout the semester and make no exceptions for visiting students. View the registration information page for our current Add, Drop, and Withdraw deadlines for our traditional and Continuing Studies (SCS) courses.
Concordia assumes no responsibility for the application or credit earned at Concordia towards (1) a degree to be received from another institution; (2) the issuance of teaching certificate; or (3) the renewal of certificates.
Concordia University, St. Paul does not advise students regarding transfer of credits to your current institution.
Official transcripts or placement exams may be required for certain courses.