Concordia University Chicago's supervised work experience offers opportunities for students to receive academic credit while gaining practical work experience in the accounting field.
Do you enjoy expressing your creative side through art? Are you fascinated with art history? Does using art in a business or helping profession appeal to you? The Studio Art program at Concordia University Chicago focuses on the many aspects of art ranging from history to painting to desktop publishing, and prepares you for a career that uses your artistic expression.
Art teachers are dedicated to making their subject accessible, understandable and meaningful to their students. They are advocates who can articulate in a day-to-day classroom setting the importance of student learning in the visual arts.
In the broadest sense, biology is the study of life, which can be studied through molecular, organismal, cellular and ecological perspectives.
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.
Wisdom, eloquence and virtue—these are the qualities of a classically educated individual. If you are interested in a classical liberal arts education in the Lutheran tradition, the Classical Liberal Studies major at Concordia University Chicago is the ideal program to facilitate your pursuit of knowledge.
Are you interested in public relations, personnel or marketing? How about television and radio broadcasting, production or publications? Then communication is the major for you.
Computer Information Systems is the foundation for the management of information and data. It is the study of how to plan, develop and support computerized systems. The discipline involves more than just writing code. It includes the study of algorithms, data structures, languages, operating systems and hardware.
Computer Science is the study of computers and networks, covering the fields of information, data, hardware and software.
At Concordia University Chicago, students pursuing a Criminal Justice degree will obtain an interdisciplinary experience, rooted in the social sciences, which incorporates theory and practice. Students are able to tailor their degrees by enrolling for courses in sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy and social work.
Through the long-standing Deaconess Studies program, you will be equipped to serve people in need through congregations, agencies, institutions or missionary work. Deaconesses have a wide range of responsibilities, which can include teaching, visitation, ministering to the grieving, counseling, and helping others to use their gifts of service.