2020 School of Arts & Sciences Reading List
As the end of the year draws near and you start planning for 2020, make some time to build a reading list. Reading provides a myriad of benefits beyond just increasing your knowledge; it can also help you develop your critical thinking skills, improve your memory, help you sleep better, and more.Read More
2019 Gift Guide for Working Professionals
The holiday season is nearly upon us and with it comes the usual flurry of parties, tree decorating, tradition reliving, and gift-giving. Before you get stressed and start researching ways to avoid it all, I want to invite you to take a look at our gift guide. It just might be the perfect solution to all of your holiday stress—at least the gift-giving portion of it.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
October 5, 2019Admissions, Athletics, Computer Science, CU Here, Featured, News, School of Arts and Sciences, Students
Concordia adds varsity Esports to athletics program
Concordia University Wisconsin is launching a varsity Esports program in fall 2020. This initiative contributes to a more vibrant campus life and provides a unique path for students who may not consider themselves athletes, to experience the benefits of collegiate competition.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
July 10, 2015Batterman School of Business, Computer Science, Continuing Education, Graduate Studies, MBA, Online, School of Arts and Sciences
Master’s Degree in Information Technology: Should You Get an MS-IT or MBA MIS?
You are a dedicated, career-focused professional that enjoys your job solving problems through information technology and feel a calling to pursue the next level in your career.Read More