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There is a lot to learn about a university before you choose to spend your valuable time (and money) to earn your degree. Our friendly Admissions Team is happy to help you by answering any question you have about our programs and entrance procedures. We recognize the potential in the students who contact us. We also recognize that your admissions profile is unique. You might have transfer credits, questions about tuition and available aid or seek assistance in choosing a program. Our enrollment advisors are not just trained with facts and figures, but are skilled in thinking outside the box to align our programs to your needs.

What you need to know.

  • You can submit your application at any time.
  • Courses generally run 6 – 8 weeks.
  • Deadline for FAFSA filing is October 1st.
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A variety of course options.

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 typically graduate level programs, because they include specialized content.
  • Collaborative programs start every 8 weeks, and collect assignments once a week.

Requirements Overview

Accelerated Programs

A post-secondary school cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 is necessary. If you possess fewer than 12 collegiate-level credits, a proof of high school graduation or a GED is required.

Undergraduate Programs

Students must submit the completed application form, an official secondary transcript (6 or more semesters), an official transcript from each college attended prior (if applicable), and hold a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 and an ACT score of 18 or greater. (The SAT may be accepted in lieu of the ACT.) For students who do not meet this last requirement, conditional acceptance may be granted with a recommendation from the VP of Enrollment and approval of the Admissions Committee.

Graduate Programs

Students must submit two letters of recommendation from individuals who can attest to the applicant's ability to pursue graduate work, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended (generally requiring a 3.0 GPA), a current résumé, and an essay stating why you'd like to be a part of the Concordia family.

In addition to these general admission requirements, each program may have requirements that are more specific. All students enrolling in a degree program should speak with their enrollment advisor. Our enrollment advisors will answer your questions about transcripts, applications, tuition; even suggest the best programs for your goals.

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