Majors and Programs Offered

At Concordia we pride ourselves in our outstanding faculty and elite-level academics. Below you'll find a list of majors, both Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.), and programs offered that will lead you on a path to future success.

 

College of Business | College of Education | College of Liberal Arts

College of Science | Academic Programs | Pre-Professional Programs

College of Business

 

Business Administration (B.B.A.)

The B.B.A. programs works in conjunction with the university's general education requirements, providing students with a broad-based knowledge as well as developing an expertise in one's chosen field of study from five concentrations offered: Accounting, Finance, General Business, Management and Marketing.

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College of Education

 

Director of Christian Education

A Director of Christian Education, by The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod definition, is a synodically certified, called, and commissioned life-span educational leader prepared for team ministry in a congregational setting.

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Teacher Education

The Teacher Education Program at Concordia University Texas provides ongoing education for pre-service and in-service teachers in a collaborative, field-based, Christian environment for leadership in the lifelong pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning.

Concordia University Texas offers State-approved programs for Elementary (Early Childhood through grade 6), Middle School (grades 4-8) and Secondary (grades 7-12) Certification based on the Texas Education Agency (TEA) Certification Rules for an Educator Preparation Program.

 

Five Certification Majors are offered by Concordia University Texas: Elementary School Curriculum Major ESL Generalist EC-6, Middle School Curriculum Major Grades 4-8 Generalist, Middle School Curriculum Major Grades 4-8 Content, Secondary School Curriculum Major Grades 7-12 Content and Special Education Curriculum Major

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College of Liberal Arts

 

Behavioral Sciences (B.A.)

The Behavioral Sciences major draws from the academic areas of psychology and sociology. Students in the major explore the effect of human actions on relationships and decision-making and develop functional, transferable skills in critical thinking, problem-solving and successful communication.

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Communication (B.A.)

The Communication major equips students with a solid understanding and an essential competency in innovative, precise and ethical communication. In the information age, women and men with this kind of formal schooling will have a distinct advantage in sharing ideas, molding opinions, and shaping the future.

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English (B.A.)

The English major provides a high level of skill and appreciation in the art of language. Students learn to write precise and stylistic English, to organize and communicate ideas effectively and to appreciate, analyze and interpret various types of literature.

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History (B.A.)

The History major provides students with a strong background in U.S., Mexican, and European history. The knowledge and skills acquired by students of history will help them develop their intellectual capacity and will serve them in a variety of professions.

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Multidisciplinary Studies (B.A.)

The Multidisciplinary Studies major provides a classical liberal arts education, covering a variety of academic areas. Students may take many course combinations to suit their interests and needs. The program furnishes general knowledge and encourages the development of intellectual capacities, as a broad-based alternative to providing specific job-related skills.

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Music (B.A.)

The Music major involves the most rigorous preparation for future career and graduate study, while maintaining the liberal arts core for a well-rounded and comprehensive curriculum. Students in this degree program will receive a comprehensive musical education, with a significant grounding in theory, history, conducting, performance, and other foundations of the discipline.

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Political Science (B.A.)

The Political Science major will prepare graduates to be professionally literate in the fields of law, politics, research, leadership and analytical reasoning.

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College of Science

 

Biology (B.A. or B.S.)

The Biology major cultivates in its students the capabilities necessary for them to continue to explore the field of Biology, to promote stewardship of the biotic environment, and to provide Christian leadership in careers related to biological sciences.

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Computer Science (B.S.)

The Computer Science program is designed to provide a balance of theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for success in this increasingly important field.

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Environmental Science (B.A. or B.S.)

The Environmental Science major seeks to provide a balanced treatment of the need for sustained economic growth and resource use with management practices consistent with good stewardship.

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Kinesiology (B.A.)

The Kinesiology major prepares students who understand the psychological, physiological, and anatomical underpinnings of human movement, and who are able to design and administer effective wellness and sport programs.

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Mathematics (B.S.)

The Mathematics major provides students the ability to reason clearly, analytically, and abstractly. The ultimate goal in all of the courses is to help students develop the ability to solve complex problems.

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Nursing (B.S.)

The BSN program develops each nursing student’s ability to serve as a Christian leader in professional nursing practice, promoting high-quality, safe patient/client care within diverse health care settings.

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Academic Programs

 

Honors Program

The Concordia Honors Program is by invitation only. Click here to see what requirements are necessary.

 

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Isaiah 49

The Isaiah 49 Program is a grant-funded initiative whose goal is to create opportunities for students from across the Concordia University System, who have a passion for working in child welfare, to receive educational, spiritual, and vocational training and internship experiences that will motivate and prepare them for future service to vulnerable children in public and private agencies, including those affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

 

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Academically-Based Service Learning

Academically-Based Service-Learning (ABSL) provides students with the opportunity to engage in service-learning in connection with coursework through linking service experiences with relevant assignments and activities. Through this integration, service becomes a pedagogical tool that is used to meet course objectives as well as a way to serve individuals and communities.

 

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Pre-Professional Programs

 

Pre-Law

The Pre-Law Program offers a variety of opportunities for students who plan to attend law school after they complete their undergraduate matriculation.

 

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Pre-Nursing

The Pre-Nursing Program is a comprehensive program grounded in the liberal arts, nursing theory classes, intensive clinical simulations, hands-on practicums, and high ethical standards.

 

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Pre-Seminary

The Pre-Seminary Program is a special program for those who plan further study in theology

 

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Julianne Fischer
Julianne Fischer
Senior, Behavioral Science

The small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.

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Julianne Fischer

Julianne Fischer


Senior, Behavioral Science

My hometown is Colorado Springs, CO.
As if my academics don’t keep me busy enough, I thought I would fill my spare time with some extracurricular activities at CTX, including Intramural Sports, Psychology Book Club, President’s Freshman cabinet (2005-06), and Student Center and Commuter Activities Coordinator (best job ever)!
The highlight of my time at CTX was definitely my first two years of living in the dorm. They were amazing! I was blessed with wonderful roommates, made lots of friends, and actually enjoyed every aspect of “dorm life!”
I think CTX is unique because the small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.
The professor that impacted me the most was Dr. Scarnier (psychology) because she has taught the most interesting psychology courses and really helped me plan for graduate school.

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