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To apply, you will need the following:
A completed admission application for Concordia University Chicago.
Official transcripts of all college coursework from each institution you have attended.
Foreign transcripts evaluated by a Concordia-Chicago-approved international credentialing service. Concordia-Chicago accepts evaluations from Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE).
A certified document pledging financial support for your first year of study and without any unexpected events, and enough funding from the same or an equally dependable source for the following years.
Proof of graduation from a secondary school.
A transfer verification form for students transferring from a school in the United States.
Proof of English proficiency, via one of the following:
A score of at least 72 (internet-based) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) — Concordia-Chicago’s DI code is 1140
A score of 6.0 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
A score of 6.0 on the Password Skills Test
Successful completion of Level 112 at an ELS Language School (ELS) or a certificate of completion of program from an English Language Institute (ELI), along with a recommendation of the program director
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program and Degree Overview
The College of Business is offering a new undergraduate major in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. This entrepreneurship and innovation major will provide students with a unique toolbox of business skills that will help them with everything from planning, funding and launching a business to leading it to stability and steady growth.
As opposed to focusing on the standard business goals of profitability and return on investment, the entrepreneurship/innovation major will be more focused on allowing goals to organically develop, along with tactics like experimental marketing and bootstrapping. Focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship will provide undergraduate students an opportunity to explore new organizational types – profit and non-profit, startups, as well as new and unique solutions to problems and develop necessary skill sets to become an effective intrapraneur as well as an innovative thinker. Students will examine current situations and offer innovative solutions by employing creativity, innovation, and an entrepreneurial focus.
The bachelor of arts in management degree, which requires 48 semester hours of study, is for students who want a broad liberal arts foundation with an emphasis in business. The bachelor of science degree, with a more intensive business core, requires 54 semester hours of study. If you have questions, a counselor with our Office of Admission can help as you decide.
Students in both degree tracks take required courses in:
Students working toward a bachelor of science degree will be able to select electives from courses such as personal finance, small business management, sports management, corporate finance and advanced business law.
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