Choose from one of Concordia’s dynamic Master's degree programs and you’ll be on a course of self-discovery towards a career that fits your purpose and your passion.
M.S. In Arts Management
More than even before, the art world needs trained professionals with advanced degrees and a passion for the arts. Our M.S. in Arts Management program prepares students for management positions in both the performing and visual arts world. Designed with the working professional in mind, this accelerated program is delivered completely online and is pertinent to both non-profit and for-profit arts organizations.
M.S. in Business Leadership
Don’t settle for business as usual – become a true leader with a Master of Science in Business Leadership degree. Whether you’re a working professional or a recent college graduate, you’ll learn how to be an effective, successful servant leader in today’s increasingly complex global marketplace. The program focuses on leadership, decision-making, communication, finance and entrepreneurial skills.
M.S. in Digital Marketing
Earn a Digital Marketing master’s degree created by industry leaders. Digital marketing is the future of the marketing profession. By 2019, American companies will spend over $100 billion a year on digital marketing – search, display, social media, and email – more than their budgets for broadcast and cable television advertising combined.
M.A. in Digital Media
Today’s highly competitive digital production marketplace requires artists and entrepreneurs to command a wide range of skills, technology, and business savvy. It’s not enough to be good at one specialization, have the latest equipment, or just have a desire to work in this industry. The marketplace now demands well-rounded professionals with the ability to balance artistic vision, commercial demands, and production realities while delivering high-quality campaigns on time and on budget.
M.S. in Special Education
Concordia College offers two concentrations for our Master's in Special Education: Early Childhood and Childhood, and is open to certified teachers and individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree in another field.