A. To graduate from Concordia University, students must meet the requirements listed in the university catalog for the year of entrance or as modified at a later date if it is to their advantage.
B. Transfer students must meet modified course requirements within the total number of credits required in each area of the curriculum, as evaluated by the registrar. If a student transfers to Concordia with an associate of arts degree from an accredited institution or has met the state general education requirements all general education requirements will be satisfied with the exception of the theology requirement.
C. Students confronted with options in majors in transition are permitted to take the option most favorable to meet their needs and requirements.
D. A student may declare more than one major, minor, or emphasis if any two specialties have a commonality of a maximum of three courses, or one-fourth of the total credits, whichever is higher except in the case of multiple teaching licensure.] E. A student must earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or above. Additionally, a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 is required in all majors and minors. Some programs require a higher grade point average. If the minimum cumulative grade point average is not attained in a minor, the minor will not be listed on the transcript. Students should refer to the academic catalog for further information.

Last modified: April 20, 2018