There are two accredited nursing tracks at Concordia. The first is the Traditional program for students who apply during the spring of their freshman year to begin during the sophomore year. The second is the Accelerated program for students who have already completed a 4-year degree in another major. This is a 16-month program that begins in July and ends the following December.
The accelerated nursing major is a 16-month program of study leading to a major in nursing for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree with non-nursing major.Learn More
The traditional nursing major is for students looking to complete their undergraduate degree in nursing. Students must apply to be accepted into the program.Learn More
Juniors Set to Begin Clinical at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center
The nursing students in Nursing 302: Mental Health Nursing have officially been appointed to clinical rotations at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center after successfully completing a rigorous orientation process. Students will participate in hands-on care in a variety of adult health settings.
Student Nurses' Association (SNA) exists to motivate and inspire students; to promote and enrich the knowledge of health/wellness through an active role on campus and in the community. Congratulations to the SNA members on their first place finish at the volleyball tournament during Mental Health Awareness Week!Learn More
Following a rigorous review process, the Concordia nursing program has been awarded CCNE accreditation for 10 years.Learn More
Follow along with a group of Cobber nursing students traveling abroad in Tanzania.Travel Blog
The Concordia nursing department has a history of providing global education opportunities to nursing students. In the past, study away programs have been offered in China, Vietnam and Tanzania.Study Away