Concordia University Ann Arbor Restructures, Keeps 7 Online Degree Programs

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Concordia University Ann Arbor is being forced to downsize due to financial concerns. The school will cut most of its on-campus and online degree programs, keeping just a handful of traditional undergraduate and graduate programs in the health sciences as well as just over half a dozen online degrees.

In a recent statement to students and stakeholders, Vice President of Academics Dr. Leah Dvorak said, “Concordia University Ann Arbor is a special place. These challenging decisions ensure that the Ann Arbor campus remains strong while faithfully fulfilling its Lutheran legacy and mission for future generations.”

You can read Dr. Dvorak’s complete statement on the school’s website.

The following online degree and certificate programs will remain available beyond the 2024-2025 academic year:

  • Elementary Education – Adult Accelerated
  • Grad Ed Educational Leadership
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Grad Ed Elementary Teacher Education Certification 
  • Grad Ed Secondary Teacher Education Certification 
  • Grad Ed Special Education Learning Disabilities Certification 
  • MSCI w/ Teacher Certification 

The Master of Business Administration’s strategic marketing concentration was recently highlighted in our ranking of the top 10 Fast Cheap Master’s in Marketing Degrees Online.

Dr. Dvorak also reassured students that they will still be able to complete their academic programs, stating “Please be assured that academic leaders and advisors are committed to working with each impacted student to design a personalized path forward beyond the 2024-25 academic year.” Students currently enrolled in degree programs at the university can complete their degrees online or transfer to Concordia University Wisconsin.

Source: MLive— Concordia University to Shut Down Majority of On-Campus Academic Programs After 2024-25

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