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Online Nursing and Health Care Programs

Become a Leader in Health Care

Concordia University, St. Paul is dedicated to helping you seek career advancement through a rigorous, comprehensive online nursing programs and health care programs. These online degrees are ideal for those looking to gain advanced knowledge and practice meeting the ethical standards demanded of today’s health care leaders.

With a B.A. in Health Care Administration, you will study economics, finance, information systems, and government regulations in order to pursue administrative or managerial roles in physician’s offices, outpatient facilities, hospitals, and other health care locations.

You can complete our online nursing programs and online health care programs faster, thanks to accelerated coursework, multiple start dates per year, and plentiful transfer credit options. In CSP’s online health care and online nursing programs, you’ll be mentored by expert faculty in a flexible digital environment.

Recognition for CSP’s Nursing & Health Care Degree Programs

  • Ranked #16 in Best Colleges in Minnesota by Salary Potential, according to the College Salary Report by PayScale.
  • Earn 44% more than the national average as a CSP graduate, according to
  • 95% of CSP grads receive job offers within one year of graduation, according to the First Destinations survey administered by CSP.
  • The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Concordia University Saint Paul is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

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Online Nursing & Health Care Programs

Build comprehensive health care knowledge suited to your career goals with one of Concordia University, St. Paul’s online health care programs or online nursing programs.

Associate of Applied Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography

This associate degree program prepares students to work as health care professionals with the best possible technical skills in sonography.

B.A. in Health Care Administration

Throughout this degree program, students develop practical experience and confidence that will help them succeed in a rapidly changing health care industry, with coursework exploring current trends, events, and business principles in the health care industry.

B.S. in Nursing Accelerated (ABSN)

This accelerated, 16-month degree program offers leading-edge digital coursework, experiential learning, and preparation for the NCLEX-RN®. Students should enter the program with at least 60 credits, including prerequisites.

M.S. in Orthotics and Prosthetics

This hybrid program teaches students to evaluate, fabricate, and custom fit artificial limbs and orthopedic braces. The M.S. in Orthotics and Prosthetics is offered through a unique collaborative partnership between Concordia University, St. Paul and Century College.

Career Outlook: Move Up in the Thriving Health Care Industry

As a whole, employment in health care occupations is expected to grow 14 percent through 2028, much faster than the average for all other occupations. Health care administrators are needed to oversee the 1.9 million new jobs that will be filled.¹

With one of CSP’s online health care programs or online nursing programs, you might advance as a medical and health services manager, administrative services manager, respiratory therapist, exercise physiologist, or an RN.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution toward this degree program. Our Transfer Specialists will guide you through the process.

The program’s 40 core credit hours can be completed in as little as five semesters. However, your transfer credits and general education credits will vary the time it takes you to complete the degree.


  1. Health Care Occupations. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 10 April 2020. Retrieved 20 May 2020.