Our liberal arts curriculum prepares you to think beyond what you read in a textbook and to express your views. These skills prepare you for an advanced degree in a wide variety of fields – no matter what major you choose.
Sara Yohe '08
NSF Graduate Research Fellow in Chemical Engineering at Purdue University
Applied Science Major
The smaller class sizes enabled more student-teacher interaction, allowing us to learn the material faster and more thoroughly. This gave me a strong basis in chemistry and math, which laid the foundation for being successful in future chemical engineering courses.
Kari Neutzling '14
Pursuing an M.D. at Mayo Medical School
Biology Major; Chemistry, Spanish and Vaccinology Minors
The classes I took during my undergraduate years prepared me for the rigorous coursework that will be presented in my graduate program. We were taught to not only learn but understand, synthesize and apply complex material, which is a skill I will use for the rest of my life.
Dr. Casey Bartz '04
I discovered myself and received a strong foundation for medical school at Concordia College. I participated in the choir and learned about the rewards of giving back through community service. My Concordia education helped me find my purpose.