Visionary online course designs provided by thought leaders from the world of distance education come together for a one of a kind online experience. Combine extraordinary thinkers in instructional design with our famous student success advisors and you have a truly effective, high impact learning experience.
Concordia University offers over 50 different online degree programs as well as Certificate and individual course options. – Learn More
Concordia’s online programs are inspired by the desire to honor people’s existing callings while preparing them for future ones. Concordia doesn’t just offer online degrees. We equip people to be difference makers in their life and work.
Online degree programs from Concordia University Online are generally flexible, and allow you to obtain your degree at a pace that works based on your life—now, or in the future.
Ultimately, the length of time to complete the degree depends on the program requirements, the number of credits transferred into the program, as well as the pace at which you choose to complete the program requirements.
We accept up to 90 undergraduate credits from a 4 year school and up to 70 from a 2 year school. Military and work related credits are accepted as well.
Additionally, certain completion and blended programs such as the BS in Nursing completion or the RN to MSN blended program save time and money.
Concordia University is a member of The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Concordia and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Other Specific accreditations:
Instructors at Concordia University Online hold a minimum of a Master’s degree, or higher, and are currently working (what we call “practitioners”) in their area of expertise.
Many of our faculty members bring cutting edge theory and practice that is currently evolving in their industry, directly to the classroom. This first-hand, real world insight, experience and knowledge is then passed on to you.
Online degree programs and their classes are divided into three main categories: asynchronous, cohort and collaborative.
Asynchronous degree programs have the most flexibility, allowing you to begin whenever you are ready, and proceed at your own pace. They require students to be motivated, organized, and self-disciplined.
Cohort-based degree programs are organized into groups that work and learn together over the course of the entire program. They are usually graduate level programs which coincide with the specialized material.
Collaborative programs start every 8 weeks, and collect assignments once a week.
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Transfer credits, tuition & financial aid, how to apply—whether you have questions about an online degree program, or if you are just looking for some more information to determine if Concordia University Online is the right fit for you, our admissions team is able to answer all of your questions. It’s that easy!