The Registration Guide provides students with first-year sample schedules for each major, as recommended by department chairs. Academic advisors will assist students with course planning, and students and advisors have access to DegreeWorks, an electronic degree audit system. This tool, as well as the course catalog, provides students with information to evaluate their progress toward degree completion. Any questions or concerns about students' degree audits should be directed to the Registrar's Office; however, the final responsibility for meeting all degree requirements rests with the student.
Choosing a Major
Concordia offers more than 50 majors and 12 preprofessional programs. Even if you're not sure you're on the right academic path, don't worry – we'll help you explore.Explore our majors, minors and programs
What are Inquiry Seminars?
The inquiry seminar is a unique course that will help you develop valuable critical thinking skills on different topics during your first semester at Concordia. All first-year students are required to take this course.Learn More
See what courses all students take in the liberal arts as part of their Concordia degree requirements.Core Curriculum
Language Placement Inventory
If you plan to study the same language at Concordia as in high school, this allows us to place you in the appropriate class level. Plan to complete this assessment prior to Cobber Countdown.Take the Inventory