The College of Arts and Sciences offers a traditional curriculum including studies in the humanities, communication, literature, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, mathematics and theology.
- Art Department
- Classical Liberal Studies Program
- Communication Department
- English Department
- History, Political Science and Philosophy Department
- Human Performance
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Music Department
- Natural Sciences Department
- Nursing Degree Program
- Pre-Professional Studies
- Psychology Department
- Social Work Department
- Sociology Department and Criminal Justice Program
- Theater Department
- Theology and Languages Department
- Women's and Gender Studies Program
Our College of Business was established in 2007, based on demand from Concordia University Chicago's relationships in the global market place. Today the college is proud to offer an array of programs for undergraduate and graduate students. Courses are taught by experienced business leaders and learned scholars from around the world.
The College of Education at Concordia University Chicago prepares teachers, school leaders, school counselors and directors of Christian education (DCE) at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Its doctoral programs offer specialization in early childhood education, public school leadership and nonpublic school leadership.
The College of Graduate Studies (CGS) is the largest of Concordia-Chicago’s five colleges, with 54 full time professors and 300 adjuncts. Our 3,000-plus students are enrolled in 38 master, doctoral and non-degree programs.
The College of Innovation and Professional Programs (CIPP) was founded in 2016 to serve students with new innovative opportunities to meet their learning interests and needs. In the fast-paced world of work and life demands, opportunities to access knowledge are invaluable to those who seek to advance their careers or pursue a lifelong dream of continuing their education.