Nursing is both a science and an art. We prepare you for both with our accredited nursing program and liberal arts curriculum.
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 four-year degree in another major. This is a 16-month program that begins in July and ends the following December.
Nursing major Miquette McMahon '06 was a recipient of the 2016 Sent Forth Award, which recognizes service to Concordia's mission by young alumni.
McMahon founded TeacHaiti, a nonprofit organization that raises funds to send children to school in Haiti. Currently, TeacHaiti educates more than 350 students through student scholarships.Read Story
Concordia students have a 100 percent job placement rate after the licensure exam.
Concordia is one of only six institutions in the nation to offer a B.A. in nursing.
Concordia consistently ranks as one of the top colleges for NCLEX pass rates (84.5% national average).
Service work is the hallmark of this organization with members actively involved in community blood drives, blood-pressure screening, food drives and fundraisers for health-related needs. SNA is a great place to network with classmates about school, service work, and career planning.