Faculty Senate approves new major, minor requirements

Faculty Senate approves new major, minor requirements

Faculty Senate approved a change in the course catalogue Monday that now mandates that a minimum of 50 percent of a student’s major requirements be Concordia coursework. The motion carried […]

 

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