Advance your career with an undergraduate degree or graduate degree and become an innovative and entrepreneurial leader for today’s business world.

Concordia University Chicago and the College of Business has created several specific programs based on the needs and trends in the business industry. We are proud that our classes bring together business leaders, faculty and students in a variety of learning environments. As an undergraduate or graduate student you have the flexibility to take online, blended and even study abroad courses. No matter your learning format, our faculty members will assist you throughout a rigorous but accommodating degree track.


Undergraduate Degrees

Accounting (BA)

At Concordia-Chicago, accounting students become not just number-crunchers, they become critical thinkers and ethical business leaders.

Business Intelligence and Analytics (BS)

In pursuing the innovative business intelligence and analytics major from Concordia University Chicago, you will learn to collect and use data to make intelligent business decisions.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation (BA)

In pursuing an entrepreneurship and innovation degree from Concordia University Chicago, you will build a solid foundation of critical and creative thinking skills and learn to be entrepreneurial, evaluate opportunity, manage risk and learn from outcomes. These abilities are integral to sustaining business success.

Management (BA)

In pursuing a management major from Concordia University Chicago, you will build a solid foundation of critical and creative thinking skills and learn to be entrepreneurial, evaluate opportunity, manage risk and learn from outcomes. These abilities are integral to sustaining business success.

Marketing (BA)

Marketing majors at Concordia University Chicago nurture the ability to communicate effectively and to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. This includes thinking creatively, a willingness to take risks, leadership skills, openness to new ideas, and the knowledge to critically evaluate opportunity and innovation.

Sports Management (BS)

Those who work in sports management must be familiar with sports and recreation, while also being effective leaders and business professionals. Graduates with sports management degrees find career positions as athletic directors, team managers, account executives, talent scouts and more.

  • Accounting
  • Business Communications 
  • Entrepreneurship
  • International (includes study abroad)
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Not-for-Profit/Church Management 
  • Sports Management