Business schools seek out accreditation to obtain quality assurance as an institution of higher learning, as well as to ensure an environment of continuous improvement. Find out how Concordia’s School of Business took learning to a new level by actively involving their students in the IACBE Accreditation process.
Purpose. Passion. Creativity. Innovation. Faith. These are some of the qualities fostered in students through their personalized educational experience in Concordia’s School of Business. Our purpose is educating and empowering students for exemplary lives of learning, service and leadership in today’s complex global economy. Our passion is preparing graduates with competency, character, faith and integrity who add value to their employer while excelling in their calling.
Students learn business theory, principles and best practices and they “do” business. By working with companies and organizations, students do business by analyzing and solving complex business problems, creating new plans and ventures while implementing creative solutions. We combine the best of theory and the best of practice, a “learn by doing” experience that drives innovation. I know first-hand the benefits of this practical experience because two of my daughters graduated from Concordia’s business school and are excelling in their careers. I also regularly hear from our alumni and employers about the program’s positive impact.
At Concordia, we live to serve and teach with an unwavering commitment to the highest quality Christian education that transforms the lives of our students. God calls everyone for a purpose. Discover your purpose here.
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School of Business professor Stephen L. Larson was recently named a fellow by the Louis O. Kelso Fellowship at the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. Kelso Fellowships are awarded to outstanding scholars studying the topic of broadened ownership of capital in a democratic society in the United States.
One of the most valuable experiences Concordia can offer students is to be mentored by experienced, successful Christian entrepreneurs. The Entrepreneur in Residence program is one initiative used to facilitate these mentoring opportunities. The first Entrepreneur in Residence, Charlie Zhang, is a great example of the type of mentor sought.