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To check if you are eligible to receive benefits, please visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. At the bottom of the main page you will click on either service member benefits or family member benefits.

Some programs may require additional fees for clinical or practicum experiences. You may also need to purchase a microphone or webcam to supplement your online education.

Concordia University, St. Paul is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon program, which strives to make college more affordable for student veterans and active duty military personnel. Eligible veterans of the United States armed forces who receive full chapter 33 benefits can earn an undergraduate or graduate degree tuition-free from Concordia University, St. Paul. Visit the GI Bill® website to determine your eligibility and classification.

You can apply for grants, scholarships, and federal financial aid. See the Save Time & Money tab above for the many options available.

Yes, if you provide documentation that you are eligible for the benefit, and that you have applied. However, only the Department of Veteran Affairs can determine eligibility for VA benefits. We are only estimating what they will pay. You will be responsible for any amount of your debt VA has determined they will not pay for. If you are unsure, wait until your COE is mailed to you.

Yes, contact an enrollment counselor at (855) 641-2525 for assistance.

While there is no discount for payment of tuition in full, this option will avoid a $35 enrollment fee per semester for the installment payment plan.

In addition to transferring up to 32 military credits to Concordia, you can earn additional military credits through the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES), a civilian work experience portfolio, or transfer credits from other institutions.

Yes, you can. We are required to report the net tuition cost to the VA after applying grants, scholarships, discounts, etc. that apply to tuition. The balance is what VA will pay under chapter 33.

Yes, because Concordia’s flexible online degree programs are designed with busy lifestyles in mind. You can complete course requirements at a time and place that is convenient for you (be sure to note your individual assignment and course deadlines). Learn more about how to manage online coursework here.

No, Concordia is happy to provide support to students of all backgrounds and faiths. Concordia University, St. Paul welcomes a diverse student body and enables students to grow academically, spiritually, and interpersonally.

No. You will not receive a W-2 from the VA and benefits paid under any law administered by VA should not be reported as income to the IRS.

Concordia offers a payment plan of up to two installments per semester. You are responsible for personal budgeting to pay these installments.

Concordia University, St. Paul is one of the most affordable private universities in Minnesota, with a campus in St. Paul. Concordia offers undergraduate, graduate & transfer programs on campus and online.

Concordia University, St. Paul has waived the online application fee. Don’t delay, apply today!

Yes. Students must choose between the forensic behavior health emphasis and the trauma, resilience, and self-care strategies emphasis.

Concordia University, St. Paul offers a $2,000 Military Service Scholarship for veterans, military service members, and spouses who do not receive Yellow Ribbon Program or Vocational Rehabilitation Program benefits. Recipients can apply the scholarship to adult undergraduate or graduate programs.

Tutorials and instructions are provided through Concordia’s online learning management tool. You also have access to support from the Help Desk at https://concordia.csp.edu/helpdesk/. Your instructors can also help with individual questions if issues arise.

Yes, you can transfer up to 30 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 30 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, this program includes both Minnesota POST licensure and non-POST licensure tracks.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has acknowledged that CSP’s B.A. in HR Management has renewed its alignment with SHRM’s HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. Throughout the world, 402 programs in 300 educational institutions have been acknowledged by SHRM as being in alignment with its suggested guides and templates.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to five credits into the Certificate in Data Analytics program.

No GMAT/GRE is required for the Certificate in Data Analytics.

No specific work experience is required.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this certificate program follows a cohort model.

Yes. You will move through the program with the same group of students.

No. Your coursework can be completed 100% online.

Any transfer credits will need to be approved by the program director.

At this time, our online program is offered only as a full-time program.

No. You do not have to complete an entrance exam for this program. Explore admissions requirements.

While the program is designed for human services professionals, no specific work experience is required.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model. You will move through the program with the same group of students.

No. Your coursework can be completed 100% online.

Yes, you can transfer up to 15 credits into the MS in Cybersecurity program.

Yes, you can complete your MS in Cybersecurity on a full-time basis.

No, there is currently only a full-time option for the MS in Cybersecurity.

No GMAT/GRE is required for the MS in Cybersecurity.

No specific work experience is required, although security experience is recommended.

Yes! We accept up to 90 transfer credits from any accredited institution with our department’s approval.

Yes, the program offers a full-time option.

No, the program does not feature any concentrations at this time.

Yes, the program features both part-time and full-time options.

No, the program does not require any previous work experience.

Yes, the degree features different scholarship opportunities that we encourage students to apply for. Learn more about them on our tuition and fees page.

If qualified, up to 50 percent of your previous graduate coursework may transfer. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through this process.

No, this degree program does not follow a cohort model.

We offer a generous transfer policy that allows you to transfer credits from a regionally accredited institution. You can transfer up to 50% of the program’s required credits with program director approval. Our transfer specialists will guide you through the program.

At this time, our online program is offered only as a full-time program.

No. You do not have to complete an entrance exam for this program. Explore admissions requirements.

While the program is designed for human services professionals, no specific work experience is required.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer up to 50 percent of the program’s credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Yes, this degree program follows a cohort model.

Yes, this program follows a cohort model.

Yes, you can transfer some general education credits toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

After applying to Concordia University, St. Paul, you should complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). CSP’s school code is 002347. Then, you will receive correspondence from FAFSA and from your admissions counselor. Once admitted to Concordia, read about your next steps here.

Concordia St. Paul offers two ways to apply for financial aid. The first is to go to www.fafsa.gov and complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

  • Choose Concordia University, St. Paul with the code 002347

The second is to use the our custom FAFSA site, which helps simplify the financial aid application process. Students who use this feature are usually able to complete their application in less than 7 minutes. Contact your Enrollment Counselor today to get access.

Go to the VA’s education application page and follow their instructions.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your college transcripts. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your college transcripts. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. See the How to Apply page for more information.

Begin the application process by filling out an Online Application. Other application requirements, such as transcripts, essays, and letters of reference, depending on your individual online program. View other requirements here.

You don’t. The Yellow Ribbon is part of the Post 9/11 GI Bill® and is automatically applied if your tuition costs exceed the maximum state cap for tuition reimbursement and if you are qualified for the Post 9/11 GI Bill® at the 100% rate.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. Learn more about applying to the program.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your college transcripts. See the How to Apply page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application and submit official transcripts. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

Your first step is to complete the online application, and then prepare your high school or college transcripts, if applicable. Learn more about applying to the program.

If you are a veteran, use the Find a Form link, search and complete VA Form 22-1990, Application for VA Education Benefits. You will be mailed a COE in approximately eight weeks.

To access your Certificate of Eligibility (COE), please sign in to your account. Once you log in to your account, you can make this request. You will only be able to view the benefit if you were awarded educational benefits.

Request and provide an official copy of your JST or CCAF transcript during the admissions process along with your prior college transcripts and high school transcripts so they can be evaluated.

You can order your transcripts using the appropriate military branch link below. Please note that you will likely be prompted to manually accept the DoD’s security certificates.

Each student will complete an online orientation to prepare for the start of classes.

Service members currently on active duty are eligible for military tuition assistance through a discounted rate. Tuition for the adult undergraduate degree programs are $250 per credit and graduate degree programs are $350 per credit. For more information, click here.

The program’s 12 core credit hours can be completed in less than a year. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 60 credit hours can be completed in as little as two years. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 44 core credit hours can be completed in just over five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 49 core credit hours can be completed in as little as six semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 43 core credit hours can be completed in as little as two years. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in as little as five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in just over five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 44 core credit hours can be completed in five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 45 core credit hours can be completed in just over five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 58 core credit hours can be completed in five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 55 core credit hours can be completed in seven semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in just over five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 44 core credit hours can be completed in just over five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 43 core credit hours can be completed in two years. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 15 credit hours can be completed in 9 months. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program can be completed in as few as nine months.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in just over two years. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in six semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in 4.5 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in 4.5 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in 6 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 33 credit hours can be completed in 5.5 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 30 credit hours can be completed in five semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in 6 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in six semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 39 credit hours can be completed in six semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

You can complete the MS in Cybersecurity in as few as 20 months.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in as little as five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 42 core credit hours can be completed in as little as seven semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in as little as five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The degree can be completed in as few as two years if you transfer the appropriate number of credits. Otherwise, the full degree will typically take four years to complete.

The program’s 30 credit hours can be completed in 1.5 years. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 33 credit hours can be completed in 5.5 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 33 credit hours can be completed in 5.5 semesters. However, your transfer credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

The program’s 36 credit hours can be completed in six semesters.

The program’s 36 core credit hours can be completed in 18 months. However, your general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.

You have up to five years to complete the MS in Cybersecurity.

With all of your other materials ready (such as a personal essay), applying online takes just a few minutes with an [Online Application] (https://www.csp.edu/apply/).

Excluding general education requirements, the A.A. in Early Childhood Education has four courses.

The number of courses in the general studies associate degree varies depending on elective coursework.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Business has 10 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Child Development has 14 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Criminal Justice has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Exercise Science has 12 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Family Science has 16 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Health Care Administration has 10 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Human Resource Management has 10 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Management and Leadership has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Psychology has 10 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.A. in Sport Management has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.S. in Accounting has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.S. in Computer Science has 14 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.S. in Information Systems has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.S. in Pulmonary Science has 11 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the B.S. in Web Design and Development has 11 courses.

There are four total courses in the Certificate in Data Analytics.

The Certificate in Forensic Behavioral Health has 5 courses.

You’ll take five courses in the certificate program. Learn more about the coursework required.

The M.A. in Criminal Justice Leadership has 9 courses.

The M.A. in Early Childhood Education has 10 courses.

The M.A. in Family Science has 12 courses.

The M.A. in Human Resource Management has 9 courses.

The M.A. in Leadership and Management has 9 courses.

The M.A. in Sport Management has 11 courses.

The M.A. in Strategic Communication Management has 12 courses.

The M.S. in Coaching and Athletic Administration has 11 courses.

The M.S. in Exercise Science has 11 courses.

The M.S. in IT Management has 12 courses.

There are 12 required courses in the program. Learn more about the coursework required.

There are 10 total courses in the MS in Cybersecurity.

The online M.S. in Data Analytics has 10  courses.

The online MBA–Health Care Management has 15 courses.

The online MBA has 14 courses.

Excluding general education requirements, the RN to BSN has 9 courses.

The A.A. in Early Childhood Education includes 12 credit hours plus accelerated general education requirements, for a total of 64 credit hours.

The A.A. in General Studies includes 60 credit hours of accelerated general education requirements.

The B.A. in Business includes 40 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Child Development includes 42 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Criminal Justice includes 44 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Exercise Science includes 49 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Family Science includes 43 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Health Care Administration includes 40 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Human Resource Management includes 40 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Management and Leadership includes 40 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Psychology includes 44 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.A. in Sport Management includes 45 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.S. in Accounting includes 58 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.S. in Computer Science includes 55 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.S. in Information Systems includes 40 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.S. in Pulmonary Science includes 44 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The B.S. in Web Design and Development includes 43 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The Certificate in Forensic Behavioral Health includes 15 credit hours.

The M.A. in Criminal Justice Leadership includes 36 credit hours.

The M.A. in Early Childhood Education includes 30 credit hours.

The M.A. in Family Science includes 36 credit hours.

The M.A. in Human Resource Management includes 36 credit hours.

The M.A. in Leadership and Management includes 36 credit hours.

The M.A. in Sport Management includes 33 credit hours.

The M.A. in Strategic Communication Management includes 36 credit hours.

The M.S. in Coaching and Athletic Administration includes 33 credit hours.

The M.S. in Exercise Science includes 33 credit hours.

The M.S. in IT Management includes 36 credit hours.

The online digital marketing degree requires 120 credits to complete the program.

The online M.S. in Data Analytics includes 30 credit hours.

The online MBA–Health Care Management includes 39 credit hours.

The online MBA includes 36 credit hours.

The online RN to BSN includes 36 credit hours plus general education requirements.

The certificate program consists of 15 credit hours. Explore curriculum.

The program consists of 36 credit hours. Explore curriculum.

The MS in Cybersecurity has 30 total credit hours.

There are a total of 120 credits in the program.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

Many factors go into the time required for online learning, including the intensity of individual courses, credit hours you have registered for, and how fast you can complete coursework. Generally, you should expect to devote at least three hours per course per week to your studies. Learn more about setting yourself up for success here.

You can complete the Certificate in Data Analytics in about seven months.

The certificate will prepare you with the training necessary to work with individuals and groups experiencing trauma or impacted by toxic stress exposure. The skills you learn will allow you to bridge the gap between the impact of trauma and other aspects of a client’s interpersonal and social functioning.

Enrolled students will receive a login ID and password. Upon entering the ID and password in the login window, students will be able to access their online class, view course information, or retrieve their academic records.

Please contact our coordinator of military services, Hanou Yang, at yang@csp.edu or call 651-641-8865.

You can also visit www.gibill.va.gov.

It is possible. If you’re authorized to use more than one GI Bill® benefit you’re allowed to use up to 48 months of benefits, but one at a time. If you have used up your entire chapter 30 and have never used a different chapter (31, 32, 34, 35, 1606, or 1607) you could be eligible for an additional 12 months if you have not reached your delimiting date.

While there is no programmatic accreditation, courses in the B.A. in Child Development address the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) standards for initial professional preparation.

This program has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) academic licensure requirements, and continuing education (CE) credits toward annual licensure requirements.

Concordia’s online B.A. in Family Science degree program is approved by the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).

While not accredited, the Certificate in Forensic Behavioral Health is offered in partnership with the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS).

Yes. The school is HLC accredited.

While not accredited, coursework in CSP’s M.A. in Early Childhood Education address the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) standards for advanced professional preparation.

While not accredited, Concordia University’s online M.A. in Family Science program is approved by the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR). This enables graduates to earn the title of Certified Family Life Educator without sitting for a certifying exam.

While not accredited, the M.A. in Human Resource Management fully aligns with the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) “HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates.”

No, the program is only offered online currently.

Yes, even in an online setting, you will receive the same caliber of education that is consistent with Concordia University, St. Paul’s tradition of excellence.

Yes, the program is HLC accredited.

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Concordia University Saint Paul is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org/). CCNE Re-accreditation information and third party comments: https://www.csp.edu/nursing-accreditation/

No, there are no GRE/GMAT requirements for admission to our online programs.

No, work experience is not required for application or admission into Concordia’s online programs. View more information about application requirements here.

Concordia University, St. Paul is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admissions Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admissions Requirements page for more information.

Admissions requirements vary by the level and type of program you are interested in. Usually, you will be required to submit an online application, transcripts from previous education, and a short essay or personal statement. Learn more about the admissions requirements for your program here.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admissions Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admissions Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

In short, you must complete the online application, submit official transcripts, and write a brief personal essay. See the Admission Requirements page for more information.