College Senior 2013-08-07T20:48:53Z
This is an excellent program. I will become a nurse and Concordia has helped me reach that goal. I am not concerned about finding a job.
College Senior 2013-08-07T20:47:45Z
The program is an accelerated program so it gets students into the workforce more quickly.
College Senior 2013-08-03T21:08:42Z
Its a small school with less opportunities than large universities.
College Sophomore 2013-07-23T23:28:45Z
I am a biology major and there are only a handful of bio majors because it is not that big of a school and it is not known for their science program. Although they have great science professors, the biggest major you find a lot of people are into is probably business or theology. my application process was no different then any other major, i just had to enroll into different science classes than say, an English major.
College Junior 2013-07-17T16:13:16Z
I wouldn't say it's hard to get into the program that I'm in (Athletic Training). However it is unusual. They make you go through an observational period, where you're taking a class that requires you to do a certain amount of hours in which you watch everything that occurs within the clinic. The purpose is so that students know what they are getting into and so the professors and staff know you can handle it. It's great for freshman just starting out, but sucks for transfer students because it will put you behind and cause you to have to be there longer. The program is three years long, not including the observational year.
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