Before checking out the new facility, here are five things you should know about the campus.
1. What does "accelerated" mean?
Classes meet one night a week for six weeks in undergraduate programs and eight weeks in graduate programs. You can work full-time while earning a degree. Programs are offered in partnership with Concordia University Wisconsin.
2. What types of degrees are offered?
Concordia offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees in:
- Accounting (Bachelor of Science)
- BS-N Completion for RNs (Nursing)
- Business Management
- Criminal Justice Management
- Health Care Management
- Human Resource Management
- Liberal Arts
3. How can I apply?
Student can apply to any of Concordia University's campuses by visiting https://www.cuw.edu/apply/.
4. Who are the instructors?
Instructors hold a minimum of a Master’s degree or higher and are currently working in their area of expertise.
5. Does Concordia accept transfer credit?
College credit from regionally accredited schools may be submitted for transfer consideration, provided the student took college-level courses, and earned a C- or better for each course submitted. Students may transfer a maximum of 90 credits into the program.