Concordia University - Austin, TX Concordia University Texas is an award-winning institution of higher education, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees through a variety of delivery methods, including online and accelerated learning. A privately-held, accredited, liberal arts university, Concordia is under the auspices of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. It is a member of the highly respected Concordia University System in which more than 36,000 students are enrolled nationwide.

The core purpose at CTX is to cultivate goodness, truth, and beauty. This is accomplished within our Christ-centered community through the values of caring for people, vocation, life-long learning, courage and trust.

Art Program

Our current offering is a concentration in art with the flexibility to enable you to pursue a career in fields such as art administration, art education and art therapy with a major in:

Education
Psychology
Communication
Behavioral Sciences
Business Administration

In our studio art program you will discover the fine arts of ceramics, photography, painting, sculpture, and installation art alongside studies in illustration, graphic design, new digital media and video. Graduates emerge prepared to be professional exhibiting artists leveraging a hybrid of skills to communicate in galleries, museums, and beyond.

Music

A Music major will prepare you for a variety of careers:

teacher in the private lesson studio
music educator
performer
church worker in music ministry
composer
songwriter

You'll gain experience in understanding:

music theory
music history
repertoire and technique pertaining to your primary instrument of study
music technology
ensemble experience
The Music major also prepares students for graduate-level study.

Theatre Program

The Department of Theatre at Concordia University Texas encourages students to explore such topics as the relationship between theatre and community, theatre as a tool for social change, and the myriad ways in which theatre helps us to understand what it is to be human.

From their first year, our students get hands-on experience in the classroom and in production, developing leadership, collaboration, and artistic skills. We present two mainstage productions a year, the fall play aligned with the Service Learning Week theme. Participation in production is open to all students and can be taken for academic credit.


Contact Information

Phone: (800) 865-4282

Email: Admissions

Website: Visit Us Online

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