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Concord’s Three-Year accelerated programs take advantage of a student’s extensive prior learning credits and integration of course content across the curriculum. The program makes it possible for students—especially advanced learners and non-traditional students with professional and life experiences—to obtain a university degree in just three years and either enter the workforce with practical skills, or continue into a graduate or professional school, a year early. This is achieved through one or more of the following:
 
  • a structured, yet, flexible curriculum,
  • hands-on training on advanced instrumentation,
  • business and research internships,
  • study abroad opportunities for interested students, and
  • access to programs centered on the development of soft skills.
 

Degree Options

  • Biology (Biomedical Sciences emphasis) 
  • Biology (Organismal and Field emphasis) 
  • Biology (Pre-PA or PT emphasis)
  • Chemistry (concentrating in Biochemistry or Professional Chemistry) 
  • Chemistry (concentrating in Pre-Pharmacy or Clinical Lab Science) 
  • Computer Science 
  • Environmental Geosciences (concentrating in Public Health, Society and Environment) 
  • Health Sciences (Pre-Professional Studies) 
  • Psychology (Pre-Professional track) 


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Dr. Rodney Tigaa
CURise Director

If you have clear goals and would like to RISE to the next phase of your career early, Concord University’s Three-Year programs of study are designed for you. Enter the workforce, or attend graduate or professional school early through an innovative and market-driven curriculum centered on quality, personal development, and civic engagement.

Apply for admission to Concord University and choose CURise in response to the “What are you interested in studying?” question on the application. A committee will evaluate your application materials and notify you of their decision by March 1.

If you are not sure if CURise degrees are for you, contact Dr. Rodney Tigaa for more information.