Our graduate degree programs, many of which are among the nation’s largest, prepare leaders with master’s degrees in fields as diverse as community counseling and gerontology, to religion, social services and a range of specialized studies within education, including educational technology.
The University’s post masters programs include doctoral programs in early childhood education, school leadership, organizational leadership and higher education, and sports management…and a combined certificate and MBA program for school business managers – the first program of its kind in the nation.
In addition to its innovative graduate programs, the University further provides a broad range of on and off-campus programs benefiting the workforce professional through the Institute of Professional Studies.
The accelerated degree program (ADP) for adults, serving highly motivated adults with at least two years of full time work experience who need a non-traditional college attendance option, responds to the requirements of students balancing their studies with work and family responsibilities.
Through our program, these students can complete a Bachelor of Arts degree, guided by faculty and staff who are sincerely dedicated to their success as individuals.
In addition to degree programs, the University further offers certificate programs for working professionals in human resource management, information technology management, organizational processes, piano pedagogy and athletic coaching.
Finally, our unique 55+ College Program – a non-degree track program for those aged fifty-five and older – enables eligible seniors to audit virtually any course Concordia offers for personal enrichment and the pursuit of special interests.