November 6, 2019Batterman School of Business, Concordia Experts, Featured, Graduate Studies, News, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy
Concordia faculty demonstrate excellence in scholarship and research
It's Faculty Scholarship Week at Concordia University Wisconsin, a chance for our faculty experts to share about their latest research efforts.Read More
Teaching Certificate vs License: What’s the Difference?
You’ve decided on a career path as an educator. Do you know what next step you should take when it comes to pursuing a teaching certificate vs license?Read More
October 14, 2019Appleton Center, Beloit Center, Centers, Graduate Studies, Green Bay Center, Kenosha Center, Madison Center, Mequon Center, Milwaukee Midtown Center, Milwaukee Miller Park Way Center, Online, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, Waukesha Center
Which Health Care Job Is Right for You?
If you've ever considered working in health care, you might be surprised to learn how many different paths your career could take you.Read More
Myth or Fact: School of Pharmacy admissions questions debunked
Applying to pharmacy school can be a challenging and time-consuming process. How do you submit the best application, and when can you submit it? At Concordia University Wisconsin's School of Pharmacy, our faculty and staff are here to help. We understand the complexity and excitement of the journey to becoming a successful pharmacist. To help provide some clarity, the admissions team answers some of your most commonly asked School of Pharmacy admissions questions.Read More
October 9, 2019Appleton Center, Batterman School of Business, Beloit Center, Career Services, Centers, Department of Business, Graduate Studies, Green Bay Center, Kenosha Center, Madison Center, MBA, Mequon Center, Milwaukee Midtown Center, Milwaukee Miller Park Way Center, Online, Waukesha Center
Reach Your Goals: 4 Questions About Your Happiness
The majority of Americans are unsatisfied with their work. Although most of us would like to be paid more, a vague desire for a bigger paycheck does not create direction. It also doesn't fulfill us the way we anticipated. We are unsatisfied with work (and life overall) because we don’t know what we want.Read More
October 8, 2019Continuing Education, Graduate Studies, Online, Online Featured Faculty, School of Education
Meet the New Graduate Counseling Director
Audrey DiMaggio Fiore was recently named the new Director of the Graduate Counseling program. We sat down to get to know her a little more.Read More
October 7, 2019Appleton Center, Athletic Training, Batterman School of Business, Beloit Center, Centers, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Computer Science, Graduate Studies, Green Bay Center, Kenosha Center, Madison Center, MBA, Mequon Center, Milwaukee Midtown Center, Milwaukee Miller Park Way Center, Online, Online MBA, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, Speech Language Pathology, Waukesha Center
How to Balance Work and Life with School
If you’re a working student, the work doesn’t end when you clock out of your day job. Whether you’re continuing education to qualify for a better role in your company or earning your bachelor’s while raising kids and holding a job you can’t wait to quit, it’s not easy to balance the stress and responsibilities of work and life with school. And, the deeper you get into your academic program, the harder it will be.Read More
I.T. or Computer Science: Which Career Path Is Right for You?
With the explosion of technology and related jobs, there’s no wondering why you might be stuck between two different degree options that—from their labels—seem almost interchangeable. But, believe it or not, information technology and computer science are not one and the same.Read More
Should You Become a Nurse?
Ever wonder if you should become a nurse? Here's the good news: When it comes to job security, nurses have it made. The United States is currently in the middle of a nursing shortage—thanks in part to aging baby boomers retiring from nursing positions while simultaneously increasing the demand for nurses in retirement homes and other settings.Read More
Concordia’s School of Pharmacy and UW-GB sign 3+4 dual degree agreement
A new agreement between Concordia University Wisconsin’s School of Pharmacy and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay gives students the opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree and a PharmD degree, and save a year of studies in the process.Read More