Make A Difference
Prepare for a World of Change
Think bigger. Dig deeper. Do better.
Lauren Johnson ’14 spent three months working with curators at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, N.D., to pull together an exhibition of Andy Warhol.
Concordia researchers led by Dr. Jennifer Bath, biology, presented test results from a promising vaccine candidate at a national science symposium.
Academics here are challenging. Our global liberal arts curriculum is thoughtfully designed to develop your critical and creative thinking skills while providing you with a broad perspective on the world and its people. No matter what you choose to study, you’ll take part in internships, research and global experiences that will open your mind as you prepare to lead a world of change.
You'll work closely with accomplished teaching scholars and mentors who are personally invested in helping you succeed. Every course counts as you engage in spirited discussions on issues that matter – such as sustainability and how communities find healing after genocide. You will build the character and competence you need to succeed in any circumstance.
Make a global impact. The possibilities are endless when the world is your classroom.Global Opportunities
A strong foundation in the liberal arts runs throughout the curriculum at Concordia. We'll teach you to think and discover ideas beyond your textbooks.Learn More
Becoming responsibly engaged in the world happens in the chemistry department when we teach students to think critically and use the scientific method. It's our job as scientists to relate one to the other.Dr. Julie Mach Chemistry Associate Professor; Program Director Neuroscience
I intend on using my knowledge that I’ve learned at Concordia and abroad to continue learning more about myself and share that with others to help people become more compassionate towards one another.Lydia Griffin ’13 Luther Seminary, Masters of Divinity
I have become globally engaged through living and teaching in Vietnam and through traveling. It is a great thing to learn so much from others and to be able to teach others in exchange.Maia Mack ’09 English teacher at Apollo English in Haiphong, Vietnam
Art Education Major; Spanish Minor
To me, BREW is something everyone should do. No matter how small or how insignificant it may seem, great changes can come about just from one person making positive changes to their life or the lives of others.Jeff Bakke ’10 K-12 Physical Education/Health Teacher at the International School of Stavanger (Norway)
Physical Education and Health Education/Coaching Majors
BREW means influencing those around you in a positive way. I have the fortunate position of interacting with high schoolers on a daily basis whom I hope to impact in such a way that they are motivated to work hard and accomplish tremendous things in their lives.Amanda Rolik ‘09 Head Athletic Trainer at George C. Marshall High School in Falls Church, VA, with Fairfax County Public Schools
Exercise Science Major; Biology and Psychology minors
Immerse yourself in groundbreaking research. You can conduct graduate-level work in collaboration with faculty experts.Learn More
In our welcoming community, you’ll examine your beliefs, explore your intellectual passions and discover your place in the world.Faith & Intellect