Concord University offers undergraduate degrees in: Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geosciences, Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and the Regents Bachelor of Arts.
The University also offers accelerated three-year degree pathways in select majors. These pathways are designed for students eager to complete their bachelor’s degrees as soon as possible in order to continue their professional studies beyond the bachelor’s. Currently, Concord University offers these accelerated pathways in a variety of majors that may lead to further study in preparation for medical and allied health professions.
Programs currently designed for an accelerated 3-year bachelor’s degree pathway include:
These programs, considered collectively, provide a substantial launching platform to many areas of post-graduate study in the Medical and Allied Health fields. Below is a partial listing of the fields in which our three-year graduates could continue their study and eventually be credentialed:
Audiology, Biomedical Research, Dental, Ecology, Environmental Science, Genetic Research, Genetic Counseling, Medical Doctorate, Molecular Biology, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Orthotics, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician’s Assistant, Podiatry, Prosthetics, Public Health, Public Health Administration, Psychology, Psychological Counseling, Resource Conservation, Speech Pathology, Veterinary Medicine.
Note: Students seeking the Bachelor of Arts degree (but not degrees in Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Education, Communication Arts, Computer Information Systems, or Social Work) will be required to complete six credit hours in one modern language. The BA in Interdisciplinary Studies will also require six credit hours of one modern language. (For more information concerning the use of modern language courses, see the General Education Program .)