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Mitchell Hamline School of Law will offer its Health Care Compliance program as part of the MBA degree at Concordia University, St. Paul, under a recent agreement between the two schools.

CSP students choosing the Master of Business Administration-Health Care Compliance (MBA-HCC) emphasis will take the core curriculum (36 credits) of the MBA program at Concordia and the 11-credit Health Care Compliance program through Mitchell Hamline’s Health Law Institute.… Read More

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CSP junior Mikayla Smith (community leadership major) is one of 273 students nationwide to be named a 2017 Newman Civic Fellows by Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education.

The Newman Civic Fellowship is a one-year fellowship for community-committed college students from Campus Compact member institutions.… Read More

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CSP is one of five MPCC schools selected to participate in the Eddie Phillips Scholarship for African-American Men program. Three Concordia students will be awarded this scholarship this spring. Over their junior and senior years these young men gain experiences and support with completing their degrees and preparing to launch post-baccalaureate careers.… Read More

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In a move that is responsive to the competitive higher education marketplace, Concordia University, St. Paul will lower its minimum graduation requirements for all bachelor’s degree programs from 128 to 120 credit hours, effective fall semester 2017.

The undergraduate policy committee unanimously voted for the reduction in requirements to align CSP with most public colleges and universities in Minnesota and nationwide which have already adopted the 120 credit minimum.… Read More

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Professor Emerita of Education Dr. Barb Schoenbeck is the featured speaker at the 2017 Poehler Lecture, March 7, 2017, at 7 p.m., in the Buetow Auditorium. The Poehler Lecture Series is an annual event designed to explore how students and faculty in the College of Arts & Letters, College of Education & Science, and College of Business & Technology have connected their Christian faith with their academic discipline.… Read More

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