Online Course Offerings

Concordia now offers fully-online programs, designed to allow busy, working adults to continue their education without interrupting work and family commitments.

Check out our online offerings in the schedule. Accessible from almost anywhere, instructor engagement, and great learning are all possible with online courses. If you have any questions, contact Alexandra Herron at alexandra.herron@concordia.edu.

Visit http://online.concordia.edu/online-programs/ to learn more!


 

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Concordia University Texas also offers the opportunity for students to take selected courses online through our partnership with the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU). Each term, the courses available will be found here along with instructions on how to register for the courses.

NOTE: OCICU policies and process differ from the policies and processes of the CTX Online Center. Make sure that you are aware of registration and drop/withdrawal deadlines.

List of Fall 2018 OCICU course offerings(PDF) approved for credit for Concordia University Texas

List of Spring 2019 OCICU course offerings (PDF) approved for credit for Concordia University Texas

List of Summer 2019 OCICU course offerings (PDF) approved for credit for Concordia University Texas - To Be Announced

Registration procedure for OCICU courses

  1. Student researches OCICU courses offered by Concordia (see link to list of courses above); determines which course is needed; goes to OCICU website to determine pre-requisites needed to take the course (click on university offering course you want to take and then click on course for description and requirements).
  2. Student should contact Student Central to be sure that there are no holds or registration restrictions on their account.
  3. Student approaches Center Director (ADP) or Online Center Dean (traditional) for advising about OCICU requirements and pre-requisites. Students should supply confirmation that pre-requisites have been met (i.e. copies of transcripts).
    • For ADP students, Center Director approves or denies request and, if approved, signs completed registration/schedule change form, which the student has signed.
      • Form is scanned and sent to the Online Center Dean.
      • Original form containing all required signatures is mailed to Registrars Office.
    • For traditional students,
      • Online Center Dean approves or denies request and, if approved, signs completed registration/schedule change form.
      • Original form containing all required signatures must be sent to Registrars Office
  4. Once signed forms are received, the Online Center Dean registers student for OCICU course selected.
  5. Once notified by OCICU that successful OCICU registration has taken place, the Registrars Office will register the student into the Concordia system.
  6. Student is billed for tuition and online course fee (non-refundable).
  7. Student should frequently check ctx.edu email for communication from OCICU or Concordia concerning registration.

 

NOTE: If student decides to drop an OCICU course, student must drop it BEFORE the date listed for each course offering. If student fails to drop it before the OCICU college's designated drop date, student will be held financially responsible for the course charges and any applicable late drop fees.

 

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Concordia University Texas is pleased to be part of a grant from the Council of Independent Colleges that is offering online humanities coursework from other institutions participating in the grant. An example of some of the courses available to students include Pursuit of the Invisible: Romanticism in Visual Art & Literature, Shakespeare, Spanish-Speaking World through Film, Jesus and the Moral Life, Globalization and Place: Past, Present, and Future, and many more. A complete listing of course offerings can be found by clicking here.

Note: Not all courses listed may be available through CTX. Contact your Academic Planner or Advisor for more information.

Texas Learning Consortium (TLC)     TLC

Texas Learning Consortium is a cross-institutional collaboration among five private universities in Texas. TLC uses HD video-conferencing technology and other online tools to share a mix of world language courses in a blended learning environment, with incorporating distance learners into face-to-face classrooms.  

The current TLC curriculum is focused on foreign language courses, including Portuguese, Chinese, German, French, and Spanish. TLC also offers other disciplines, such as Engineering, Math, and Religions Studies. TLC Course offerings

Note: Not all courses listed may be available through CTX. Contact your Academic Planner or Advisor for more information.

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