Concordia University of Edmonton

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Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) has played an important role in Alberta’s educational history since 1921. In 1987, CUE began awarding undergraduate degrees in the arts and sciences. Today, CUE offers over 45 majors and minors in the fields of Arts, Science, and Management; two after-degree programs; three masters degrees; and several graduate certificates and diplomas. Throughout our history, CUE has become committed to higher education grounded in a liberal arts tradition. We are a globally aware and responsible university, and focus on the needs of our learners and the community.

Areas of Expertise

At Concordia, students can earn three- and four-year Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees (choosing from 9 majors, 13 areas of concentration, and 23 minors), or a four-year Bachelor of Management degree. Our after-degree programs include a Bachelor of Education, a Bachelor of Environmental Health, and diploma and certificate programs in Career Development. In January 2006, Concordia enrolled the first intake of students into its new Master of Information Systems Security Management program. Students wishing to enter Christian church work can choose from our Director of Parish Services, Parish Nursing, Lutheran Teacher Colloquy, and Pre-Seminary programs.

On Campus Housing

 # BedsLowestHighest
Female only:51 bedsLowest: $1,900Highest: $2,815
Male only:42 bedsLowest: $1,900Highest: $2,815

Shared Room (Double Occupancy): $1,900.00 Private Room (Single Occupancy): $2,815.00 A meal plan is mandatory for all students living in our residence communities. The lowest cost for meal plans is $1,667.50/semester, and the highest is $3,248.70.

Off Campus Housing

Students are advised to carefully inspect potential rental accommodations and to become well-informed of their rights and responsibilities as tenants; a good source of information is the website .

Incoming Students

Bachelor of Arts degree programs are available in English, Music, Sociology, Psychology, Religious Studies, Drama, Political Economy, Philosophy, and more. Through the Mihalcheon School of Management, students can focus their studies towards Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, or Leadership, while also integrating arts and science courses. A Bachelor of Science degree at CUE focuses on the latest advances in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, and more.

Career Planning

Concordia University of Edmonton's (CUE) Career Services can help you find direction, opportunities, employment, and a career to be passionate about. More specifically, we are here to help with: Career exploration and educational planning Choosing a Major Personality assessment to help discover a suitable career path Applying your degree to employment Job Search strategies Cover letter and resume writing Using LinkedIn for your career exploration and employment goals Student help positions available on campus Professional portfolio development Interview preparation, including mock interviews Negotiating job offers Labour market information, updates, and trends International Internship opportunities Online job, volunteer, and internship postings

Sports

Concordia currently has 12 teams competing in 9 different sports: Badminton, Men's and Women's Basketball, Cross Country Running, Curling, Golf, Men's Hockey, Indoor Track, Men's and Women's Soccer and Men's and Women's Volleyball. Concordia's gym and weight room is located in the Ralph King Athletic Centre, just north of the soccer field. It is open for all students, faculty and staff.

Activities

The Concordia Students' Association Council organizes a variety of activities including Cultural Week, Christian Life Week, cabarets, dances, banquets, lectures, and political forums.

Clubs

Concordia students who share common interests related to their educational, recreational, or spiritual experience may contact the CSA VP Internal for information about the development of a campus-based club; approved organizations receive funding from the CSA and are governed by its policies and bylaws. Contact the CSA VP Internal Affairs at csavpinternal@student.concordia.ab.ca to start your own!

Information Technology

Students have access to computer labs and an on-campus wireless network for word processing, course-related software, e-mail, and the Internet. Concordia’s library is a member the NEOS library consortium, providing students and faculty with online access to catalogues and borrowing privileges at 19 academic, health, and government libraries. The library’s innovative website also provides local and remote access to a variety of online research databases.

Cultural

Concordia is renowned for its music programs, which feature the Concordia Concert Choir, Concordia Symphony Orchestra, Concordia Ringers, and the Concordia Community Chorus. Through the drama program and the Green Thespians Collective, Concordia students may experience all aspects of dramatic production in at least two major dramatic productions a year: in chancel drama and in improvisational groups.

Special Services

Concordia has a strong network of people in Student Services who provide academic, career, financial, personal, and spiritual counselling services to students. Through the Student Affairs Office, Concordia also provides resources and support for Aboriginal and mature students, as well as those with physical or learning disabilities.

Affiliated Institutions

Lutheran Church-Canada

International Involvement

Concordia participates in a number of exchange programs. It is a member of the Institute for Holy Land Studies (Jerusalem) and member of the Lutheran Educational Conference of North America, which is a consortium of over forty church-related colleges and universities. Concordia has student exchange agreements with the Universität Hamburg (Germany), Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (Germany), Jerusalem University College (Israel), and the École Centrale d’Électronique (France).

Campus Tour

We arrange personal campus tours year round. You can bring a friend or a group of friends. Just let us know what works for you. For more information or to schedule your visit, call 780-479-9220 or submit an online request at . You are welcome to be a Student-for-a-Day from the first to the last day of classes in the Fall and Winter semesters. Make friends and establish relationships before you even enrol! We’ll match you with a student who shares your interests. You’ll attend classes and meet students, faculty and staff.

Modified on August 04, 2016