Academics

Degrees and Programs

Academics

Degree Programs

Concordia University Chicago offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in the arts & sciences, business and education. A Concordia education prepares you academically, intellectually, practically and ethically to find a meaningful career or vocation.

Undergraduate

Select any of the degree programs listed below and find out more.

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    1. College of Arts & Sciences

      The College of Arts and Sciences offers a traditional curriculum including studies in the humanities, communication, literature, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, mathematics and theology.

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    1. College of Business

      Our College of Business was established in 2007, based on demand from Concordia University Chicago's relationships in the global market place. Today the college is proud to offer an array of programs for undergraduate and graduate students. Courses are taught by experienced business leaders and learned scholars from around the world.

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    1. College of Education

      The College of Education at Concordia University Chicago prepares teachers, school leaders, school counselors and directors of Christian education (DCE) at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Its doctoral programs offer specialization in early childhood education, public school leadership and nonpublic school leadership.

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    1. College of Graduate and Innovative Programs

      Accelerated and innovative learning opportunities are available to undergraduate adult students through our College of Graduate and Innovative Programs. The College is structured to meet the needs of today's adult students who seek to complete an undergraduate degree, enter graduate school or simply to pursue an interest in continuing to learn.

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Required Courses

The required courses in each degree program can befound in the 2013-14 catalog: