Carter is a second generation Mountain Lion and majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting. When looking for the right college, Carter knew he would receive a high-quality education along with a personal learning experience at Concord University. He liked that when you come to Concord you instantly become a part of the Mountain Lion family due to the close-knit community created on campus. After graduating, Carter plans to attend graduate school and sit for the CPA exams. He believes Concord will have prepared him with this in knowing that the University is a recognizable school for preparing students for further education and career goals with tremendous success rates in the accounting field and many others.
“Concord has felt like home from the moment I stepped on campus in 2016, and I will be forever grateful for the time and memories made here.”
Dr. Tracy Luff
Professor of Sociology
The sociology field is ever growing, and Dr. Luff is committed to evolving the CU program. There is now an emphasis in Criminology for students interested in law related careers. She is working on a new course in Medical Sociology for students planning careers in health and medicine. Dr. Luff says this will also help students prepare for the sociology component of the MCAT. The department also offers minors in Women & Gender Studies and Addiction Studies. Regardless of what your career aspirations are, Dr. Luff and our faculty are committed to meeting the needs and interests of our students.
Dr. Scott Inghram '03
MSW Program Director and Associate Professor
“Students are the best part of my job and I hope that I am a positive part of their learning experience at the Campus Beautiful.”
Dr. Inghram says working for the Social Work department at Concord allows him to impart skills and knowledge in order to better serve our global community while addressing specific needs and issues. He believes our students have the opportunity to not only build the knowledge base they need, but to engage in “doing” in order to put their newly formed knowledge into practice. Dr. Inghram and the Social Work faculty are continuously researching and serving on boards and committees to make sure the program at CU prepares our students to take on the many issues challenging our state and local communities.