Overview

Expand your career in new, thought-provoking directions with Concordia’s graduate and post baccalaureate programs. Faculty will challenge you to discover connections between learning and the world around you, inspiring you to serve the world’s greatest needs. All programs offer small, close-knit cohorts, a practical skills-based approach to learning, and exceptional access to advisors and mentors who accompany you throughout the program and into your next academic or career endeavors.

► Non-degree seeking students also have the option to take individual graduate-level courses from both MEd programs and graduate language courses taught in the target language.

► The Concordia Language Institute offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate language courses to adult learners.

Visit individual program websites to learn more about admission requirements, application processes and deadlines, tuition and financial aid.

New or unique programs
In partnership with the Sanford Heimarck School of Health Profession’s Social Work department, we offer continuing education credits for licensed social workers. Our online asynchronous courses cover a wide range of relevant topics including ethics, professional boundaries, motivational interviewing, mental health and moral courage.

School/department

Sanford Heimarck School of Health Professions: The school offers an accredited Master of Science in Dietetic Internship and Nutrition steeped in the liberal arts focused on building strong communication and leadership skills to meet growing world demands. It prepares thoughtful and competent entry-level dietitians for advanced leadership roles in careers related to food, nutrition, and dietetics. The school also offers an intensive post-baccalaureate pre-health professions program designed for students seeking to attend professional programs in a wide variety of health specialties, including dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant, veterinary medicine and more.

School of Arts and Sciences: The hybrid Master in Education in World Language Instruction is designed for working language educators and TESOL teachers. A combination of theory and practice enables language educators to create practical and engaging classrooms. The fully online Master in Education with a Concentration in Teaching and Learning is ideal for working, licensed educators. Each course is designed to prepare teachers to sit for National Board Certification. A path to earning your MEd plus Minnesota licensure in a specific content area is underway. The Master of Music in Music Education is an effective way to learn new, innovative strategies to ensure positive student experiences in your music classroom.

Concordia College has offered many opportunities for me. This overall experience has bettered me as an individual and I look forward to my future career as a registered dietitian. The combined program offers direct experience in internship rotations and also reinforces information learned in the past in undergraduate courses. The faculty are amazing at Concordia! It is motivating to enter a classroom with faculty who are happy to help you with anything and want the best for your future.

 

Allison Eikmeier '20

Areas of study offered
Graduate degrees

Education with a concentration in teaching and learning, MEd
Music Education, MM
Nutrition with an emphasis in Dietetics Leadership, MS
Teaching and Learning, MEd
World Language Instruction, MEd

Certificate programs

Language graduate certificate
World Language Instruction graduate certificate

Licensure prep programs (post-undergraduate)

Accelerated Nursing licensure prep program
Premedical licensure prep program

Where classes are held
Visit individual program websites for course delivery methods. All in-person courses are held on the Concordia College campus in Moorhead, Minnesota.

Contact information

Other Student paths

Traditional undergraduate

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Transfer

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Adult learners

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