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Our Adult Degree Program boasts high-quality academics and an outstanding faculty.  Classes are offered in five locations in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, two locations in Austin - Main Campus and North Lamar.
Adult Degree Program courses are also offered online.

 

Bachelor of Business Administration

With an emphasis on management, the B.B.A. provides a strong foundation for the next level of success in your career — and your life.

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Bachelor of Arts in Business

With an emphasis on communication, innovation, leadership and strategic thinking, the B.A. in Business provides a strong foundation for the next level of success in your career — and your life.

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Bachelor of Arts in Communication

The B.A. in Communication  is a versatile major that teaches practical, timely and relevant material and is directly applicable to the ever-changing world of communication.

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Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Curriculum

(Offered in DFW  and Austin only)

The B.A. in Elementary Curriculum is designed for students who intend to pursue teaching licensure and a career teaching at a public or private school.

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Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration

The B.A. in Healthcare is a doorway to success for people seeking to enter the healthcare profession or advance their career.

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Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management

The B.A. in Human Resource Management embraces an experiential, collaborative type learning design where students actively contribute to the collective learning of those in any given course.

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Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Technical Management

The B.A.A.S in Technical Management offers those with applicable formal training in technical/vocational fields the opportunity to pursue a bachelor’s degree that will enable them to move forward in their careers.

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ADP Minors

Concordia University offers a wide range of emphasis areas that are designed to complement the Adult Degree Program major programs.

The following minors may be used in any combination with the five ADP Majors.

 

Business Minor - 21 academic hours

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
Leadership and Business

Principles of Management
Business Law

Principles of Marketing
Finance

Communication - Interpersonal Communication Minor - 19 academic hours

Nonverbal Communication
Group Dynamics
Persuasive Communication
Interpersonal Relationships
Intercultural Communication Experience
Conflict Resolution
Communication Practicum II

Healthcare Administration Minor - 18 academic hours

Management/ Essentials of Healthcare Organizations
Consumer Issues in Healthcare
Quality Management in Healthcare
Principles of Healthcare Finance
Essentials in Healthcare Ethics
Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration

Human Resource Management Minor - 18 academic hours

Legal Concepts in Human Resource Management
Training and Development
Compensation and Benefits
Labor Relations and Economics
Organizational Staffing/Selection
Fundamentals in Human Resource Management