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Concordia College New York has created a new framework for its academic offerings. The college’s programs will be organized into four schools: the School of Health Sciences and Nursing, School of Education, School of Business and School of Humanities.

The new framework comes at a time of growth and evolution for Concordia College, even as the school remains grounded in its student-centered mission and Christian identity. Vibrantly diverse, Concordia’s student body hales from 32 countries, infusing the small campus with a decidedly global outlook. The school’s expanding roster of undergraduate and graduate programs, offered both on campus and in partnership with off-site educational institutions, reflect that outlook, and are now aligned academically under the oversight of a common dean.

Dr. Susan Apold has been named Dean of the School of Health Sciences and Nursing. Dr. Stephanie Squires is Dean of the School of Education. The Dean of the School of Business is Dr. William Salva. The School of Humanities, which houses much of Concordia’s core curriculum and the Fellows honors program, will be led by Dr. Mandana Nakhai upon her return from sabbatical in January; in the interim, Dr. Jason Thoms will serve as Dean.

Concordia students with interests outside the school of their major can choose classes offered in other schools, allowing them to create a curriculum unique to their individual career goals. Faculty are encouraged to develop cross-disciplinary programs responsive to the dynamic job market and global economy.

Dr. Sherry Fraser, Vice President of Academic Affairs, said: “The college is in an exciting phase of growth, both in academic offerings and in the evolving composition of our students. The new schools give our faculty ownership to expand both within and across disciplines, further broadening opportunities for our students.”

President of Concordia College Dr. John Nunes said: “Our campus is energized by the academic synergies emerging from our new schools structure. Giving our students what they need to make a big impact on our world is our focus as we live our Christian identity and carry out our mission: preparing students to pursue lives of passion, purpose and service.”