online courses and remote locations expand opportunities for students
Article written by firstname.lastname@example.org on Apr. 11, 2013
Students heading home for the summer can ‘Take CTX Home’ with them by signing up for online summer courses at Concordia University Texas. General education courses are offered during Summer I and II sessions and are designed to help students get a jump on their education. Most courses earn students three credit hours and can be completed in just eight weeks.
Students can register for classes through MyInfo until midnight on the night before class begins. Summer Session I begins May 6, and Summer Session II begins June 30. For more information, visit: http://online.concordia.edu/programs/courses/.
Additionally, students who prefer learning in a classroom setting can take advantage of courses offered at one of the University’s five locations throughout Texas. It offers the flexibility and convenience you want during the summer- close to home. Payment plans are even available.
Additionally, Concordia now offers six fully-online programs, designed to allow busy, working adults to continue their education without interrupting work and family commitments. The programs offered include a Bachelor of Arts in Business, a Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Technical Management, a Master of Education in Advanced Literary Instruction and a Master of Education in Differentiated Instruction. Details on these programs can be found at online.concordia.edu/programs.
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