College of Arts & Sciences
Concordia University Chicago's 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. The general studies component provides a broad base of knowledge and serves as a foundation for further study either in an academic discipline or in an applied specialization, such as the various professional and pre-professional programs.
The 30 liberal arts majors allow a student to pursue a field of interest, to prepare for graduate school, or to get ready for a variety of careers and life vocations. The strong liberal arts education has the overall goal of promoting intellectual and personal growth, facilitating cultural development, and assisting the student to develop life-long values and skills. Graduates receive the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Master's degree.