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Concordia University, Nebraska was founded in 1894 by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Within our mission of excellent Christian education, we recognize that the desire to serve is universal, and we welcome all students seeking lives of learning, service and leadership. The introduction of online programming allows even more students to take advantage of our faith-based programs. U.S. News & World Report ranks Concordia University, Nebraska in the top tier of the Midwest Regional Colleges category for 2011.

Online Masters Degree

Online Masters of Human Services Degree

As government-funded programs face budget cutbacks, the need will grow for private agencies to fill the gap. Concordia University, Nebraska’s programming prepares you to lead and respond with compassion and effectiveness. Our online Master of Human Services* (MHS) program allows you to further your education while maintaining family and career commitments.

  • Master of Human Services – Community & Public Health
  • Master of Human Services – Generalist
  • Master of Human Services – Gerontology
  • Master of Human Services – Leadership & Management

Online Masters of Public Health Degree

For people who want to make a difference, there is no more profound way to do so than through public health. Eliminating health disparities and preventing disease on a community, national or global level is considered by many to be a mission rather than a profession. A Master of Public Health* (MPH) degree opens doors to opportunities for service and advancement in public health careers. Start by earning your MPH degree online from Concordia University, Nebraska.

  • Master of Public Health – Community Health Education
  • Master of Public Health – Health Policy & Administration

Your tuition at Concordia University, Nebraska is an investment in yourself and your future. But no matter how secure your financial situation is, you probably have concerns about paying for your post-secondary education. Nearly 99% of students at Concordia University, Nebraska receive some type of financial assistance; the school distributes more than 20 million dollars annually.