Nebraska's University with Value(s)

Nebraska's University With Value(s)

An Education With Value(s)

At Concordia you can select from one of our more than 100 graduate and undergraduate academic programs where you'll learn from experts in their fields, receiving hands-on, relevant experience as you’re equipped to make an impact in the world.

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A Visit With Value(s)

The best way to experience our tight-knit, supportive community with values is to see it for yourself through a personalized visit in-person or online. You can meet with current students, faculty and staff to get the answers you'll need to make an informed decision on if Concordia is a good fit. You can also discuss your future and career goals with an admissions counselor and learn more about financial aid options.

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“The Concordia community is like nothing I’ve ever been a part of. People wave and hold open doors for each other. The professors pray before every class. During the summer of 2020, the faculty and staff worked so hard for it to be possible for everyone to come back because everyone wanted to be back.”
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Michaela Twito

Ames, Iowa
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“I had looked at a few other colleges, but when I started visiting and talking with the faculty from Concordia Nebraska, I was thoroughly impressed with them, and the rest is history. ”
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Abigail Grosnick

Watertown, Wis.
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“When I visited Concordia, I felt at home right away, and that was something I hadn’t felt at any of the other places that I’ve visited.”
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Christian Van Cleave

Arvada, Colo.
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“Concordia is just such a unique place. I’ve lived all over the United States and the sense of community from Concordia is unlike anywhere else.”
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Dorothy Cook

Anchorage, Alaska
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A Degree With Value(s)

Yes, we’re a private university, but through scholarships and other financial aid, you'll pay close to, or in some cases, less than students at larger public universities. 

$27,000 average amount of financial aid provided to each undergraduate student

98% recent graduates attended graduate school or were employed within six months of graduation

100%of full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid

14:1student to faculty ratio

Ranked No. 18 by U.S. News and World Report's Best Value Schools in the Midwest region, Concordia will provide you with a purposeful education that includes a variety of opportunities that are not always available to students at larger, public universities for a comparable cost to public universities in the Midwest*.

Undergraduate cost and aid

*Data compiled from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System for 2020-21. These figures account for average financial aid provided to first-year students, including the Federal Direct Loan.


At Concordia University, Nebraska, we are committed to providing you with a high-quality graduate degree that is affordable and hassle-free. Ultimately, obtaining your master’s degree is a worthy investment of your time, resources and finances. Skip the GRE and GMAT, and get started on your degree now.

Graduate academic programs

Our graduate classes are eight-weeks long, allowing you to complete your degree quickly—in some cases in only a year!

Next Start Date
Monday, Jan 10

Graduate Cost Per Credit Hour

1Statements concerning all rates in this schedule are by way of announcement only and are not to be regarded as an offer of contract. Concordia University, Nebraska is committed to providing students with transparent and competitive tuition prices. During your uninterrupted enrollment at Concordia, and in the unlikely event tuition prices increase, you will be made aware of these changes. We may adjust prices for future cohorts.


2Nebraska residents, and Lutheran educators through our Lutheran Guarantee, qualify for our special rate. Effective Jan. 1, 2022. $425/credit hour rate outside of Nebraska.