Christian Online Learning
Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) is dedicated to providing flexible and affordable Christian online learning experiences that serve the needs of your career and busy lifestyle. Concordia University Wisconsin, affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS), is the largest Lutheran university in the United States. CUW is an established Christian institution with over 125 years of experience of preparing students in mind, body, and spirit. Online learning options range from full degree programs – from the associates level to doctoral – to non-degree certificates, courses, and other forms of continuing education. As a student at CUW Online, you will be assigned a student success adviser to be your personal guide throughout your learning experience. Concordia University Wisconsin serves its students in partnership with Concordia University Ann Arbor and is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Recent CUW Online Learning Events and News
- What do CUW Online and Mr. Rogers neighborhood have in common? - Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is still one of the most beloved and cherished children’s shows on television. It’s created a sense that anything was possible and encouraged us to dream big and stay curious about what life has to offer. Well, … Continue reading
- Introducing our new One Year OLA! - We so happy to announce that our Organizational Leadership and Administration Masters degree just got even better. Now, in just one year, you can earn your OLA and position yourself for upward mobility in a variety of fields. Whether your … Continue reading
- Online business education eGuide - Not everyone has a clear idea of what educational path he or she wants to travel. Lucky for you, Concordia offers 100% online educational options including: single classes, certificates, undergraduate and graduate degrees, and custom options. We have put together … Continue reading
- Making Work Meaningful - Roughly speaking, we spend about 1/3 of our lives at work. That figure is based on the assumption that we work 8 hour days and 40 hour weeks. In a world where work and life are often anything but balanced, … Continue reading