Academic Programs

Concordia has two vibrant academic programs that can be incorporated into any major:

Isaiah 49

The Isaiah 49 Program: Preparing for Service in Child Welfare is a grant-funded initiative whose goal is to create opportunities for students from across the Concordia University System, who have a passion for working in child welfare, to receive educational, spiritual, and vocational training and internship experiences that will motivate and prepare them for future service to vulnerable children in public and private agencies, including those affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

Service-Learning

Service-learning combines service objectives with learning objectives with the intent that the activity change both the recipient and the provider of the service. This is accomplished by combining service tasks with structured opportunities that link the task to self-reflection, self-discovery, and the acquisition and comprehension of values, skills, and knowledge content.

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