Why Study Online?
Online learning can be a great way to earn your degree while you manage your personal and career responsibilities. Our online learning structure allows you to work on challenging course topics and engage with instructors and fellow students through a variety of internet-based tools and services, including:
- audio and video based lectures and presentations
- discussion boards
- document downloads
- online chats
- online/streaming voice conversations
What is the time commitment like?
Each online degree program offered by Concordia is specifically designed for working professionals. The classroom works around your schedule - available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Based on student polls, the average time spent working in a course is 15-20 hours a week, with a maximum of 27 hours. This includes everything from reading and posting on discussion boards to writing assignments.
What interactions will I have with the class and instructor?
Online graduate degree programs are built around instructor-to-student and student-to-student interaction. Communication is provided through our proven, reliable online course system and defined by our student-focused approach to degree progression.
When do classes start?
Depending on the program, classes begin several times throughout the year. There may be up to six or more times during the year which you can begin your program. The sooner you start, the faster you can complete your degree.