Online Programs at Concordia University – Nebraska
Since its founding in 1904 by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, Concordia University, Nebraska has drawn students who seek purpose and meaning in a profession. Today, the university cherishes its heritage while welcoming students of all faiths, recognizing the desire to serve others is a unifying theme across many religious traditions. The introduction of online programming allows us to reach a world of students who want to follow the path of learning, service and leadership.
Concordia offers the following programs online.
Master of Public Health: Work to eliminate health disparities, prevent disease, and promote wellness on a local, national, or global level. If you view public health as a mission, not just a profession, an MPH degree can help propel you to high-level opportunities in this rewarding field. The curriculum covers vital topics such as biostatistics, environmental health, and epidemiology, while a choice of specialization in either Community Health Education or Health Policy and Administration offers the chance for more in-depth expertise.
Master of Human Services: With an aging population and government-funded human services programs facing budget cuts, researchers anticipate a need for human services professionals to work in private agencies. The MHS program at Concordia provides students with the theoretical and real-world knowledge as well as the policy background to work as a human services professional. Core topics include community relations, lifespan development, and intercultural communication, while specialization topics include Gerontology, Community Health, and Human Services Leadership and Management as well as a generalist track.
RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Designed to meet the challenges of today’s nursing practice including changes with the health care industry, evolving technology, rising costs, the increasingly complex nature of health care and an aging population, the core curriculum of the RN to BSN program emphasizes evidence-based research, community health, learning to serve vulnerable populations and innovative capstone projects. To help you develop a holistic approach to the art of healing body, mind and spirit, Concordia’s program will allow you to enhance your knowledge with a variety of elective courses ranging from genetics to gerontology and parish nursing to wellness care.
Concordia University – Nebraska is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and is ranked in the top tier of the Midwest Regional Colleges category by U.S. News & World Report for 2011. Request more information and learn how you can serve society in a deeply fulfilling career with an online degree from Concordia.