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Office Workers Supervisors

Office workers supervisors coordinate and oversee office and administrative support staff to make sure they're able to work efficiently. In order to meet goals, office and administrative support worker supervisors plan, coordinate and organizes staff members' activities. Office workers supervisors are employed in practically all industries.

They provide staff members with work assignments and deadlines. They also monitor the work of the support staff to ensure their work meets quality standards and is completed on time. Effective office supervisors know the strength and weaknesses of employees, the time required to complete tasks and the results that are required.

Some sample job titles are office supervisor, office manager, office coordinator, administrative supervisor, administrative officer, administrative services director, administrative services manager and clerical supervisor.

A good office supervisor may improve procedures and eliminate outdated practices. Office workers supervisors need to inform managers when newly implemented procedures are not working effectively.

Office supervisors often oversee personnel that usually perform a variety of procedures. Office workers often perform tasks such as data entry, keeping payroll records, filing, operating various types of office equipment, proofreading documents, reading and responding to e-mail and answering the telephone.

Responsibilities

  • Supervise office workers to make sure they meet deadlines and quality standards
  • Correct errors and fix problems
  • Provide guidance to office workers
  • Talk to employees about job performance problems and work on resolving the problems
  • Implement company and departmental policies and procedures
  • Restructure workflow
  • Evaluate the job performance of office workers
  • Recruit, interview and select employees
  • Train employees

Job Characteristics

Most office supervisors work 40 hours per week, however sometimes they may have to work overtime. Good communication, time management, motivational, interpersonal and organizational skills are important for the job. They should be detailed oriented, have effective leadership and coaching abilities and have good problem solving skills.

Employment Outlook

Employment of office and administrative support supervisors is projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations from 2008 to 2018. Continued advances in technology are expected to increase office workers' productivity and allow a wider array of procedures to be completed by workers in professional positions.

Competition is expected to be intense since the number of applicants far exceeds the amount of office supervisor job openings. General office clerks seeking to move up to a supervisory position can benefit by displaying excellent analytical and communication skills.

The median annual salary in 2008 for office and administrative support worker supervisors and managers was $45,790. Some of the top paying sectors are the postal service, pipeline transportation of crude oil, pipeline transportation natural gas, computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing and rail transportation.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Some employers seek applicants for administrative support supervisor positions that have an associate degree or a bachelor's degree or some postsecondary training. Typically, office supervisor positions are filled by office workers employed by the company.

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Major Employers

The top job providers are private companies, physician's offices, local governments, department stores and hospitals.

Schools for Supervisors Of Office Workers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Supervisors Of Office Workers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Supervisors Of Office Workers jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 5160 $55,340
Hoover 5160 $55,340
Huntsville 1830 $54,150
Mobile 1680 $51,490
Montgomery 1600 $52,310
Tuscaloosa 1190 $51,390
Fairhope 670 $46,160
Foley 670 $46,160
Daphne 670 $46,160
Dothan 560 $45,260
Opelika 460 $47,020
Auburn 460 $47,020
Muscle Shoals 390 $45,000
Florence 390 $45,000
Anniston 390 $49,570
Oxford 390 $49,570
Jacksonville 390 $49,570
Decatur 380 $49,370
Gadsden 270 $45,480
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 1860 $61,800
Fairbanks 340 $60,240
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 28260 $49,150
Phoenix 28260 $49,150
Scottsdale 28260 $49,150
Tucson 4660 $47,110
Prescott 730 $44,880
Yuma 680 $40,840
Kingman 660 $41,210
Lake Havasu City 660 $41,210
Flagstaff 650 $47,020
Sierra Vista 420 $38,100
Douglas 420 $38,100
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 5050 $47,280
North Little Rock 5050 $47,280
Little Rock 5050 $47,280
Jonesboro 580 $44,550
Hot Springs 500 $39,680
Pine Bluff 310 $44,270
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 69620 $57,540
Long Beach 69620 $57,540
Los Angeles 69620 $57,540
Oakland 22620 $63,700
Hayward 22620 $63,700
San Francisco 22620 $63,700
Carlsbad 14540 $55,000
San Diego 14540 $55,000
Ontario 14300 $54,360
Riverside 14300 $54,360
San Bernardino 14300 $54,360
Sacramento 10290 $57,020
Arden 10290 $57,020
Arcade 10290 $57,020
Roseville 10290 $57,020
San Jose 8810 $67,120
Santa Clara 8810 $67,120
Sunnyvale 8810 $67,120
Fresno 3110 $52,200
Ventura 3090 $57,600
Oxnard 3090 $57,600
Thousand Oaks 3090 $57,600
Bakersfield 2530 $50,970
Stockton 2390 $51,610
Lodi 2390 $51,610
Modesto 1810 $52,490
Santa Rosa 1810 $57,440
Santa Maria 1790 $57,390
Santa Barbara 1790 $57,390
Salinas 1510 $52,850
Visalia 1160 $47,230
Porterville 1160 $47,230
Vallejo 1160 $59,080
Fairfield 1160 $59,080
San Luis Obispo 1080 $51,560
Arroyo Grande 1080 $51,560
Paso Robles 1080 $51,560
Watsonville 940 $58,220
Santa Cruz 940 $58,220
Redding 780 $47,040
Chico 760 $48,930
Merced 680 $49,740
Napa 680 $53,350
El Centro 570 $49,670
Yuba City 420 $47,730
Madera 360 $49,410
Hanford 330 $46,270
Corcoran 330 $46,270
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 11390 $60,050
Denver 11390 $60,050
Lakewood 11390 $60,050
Colorado Springs 2210 $53,520
Fort Collins 1120 $55,530
Boulder 1110 $56,010
Greeley 620 $53,030
Pueblo 460 $50,080
Grand Junction 440 $50,710
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 7330 $62,330
West Hartford 7330 $62,330
Hartford 7330 $62,330
Stamford 6670 $62,620
Norwalk 6670 $62,620
Bridgeport 6670 $62,620
New Haven 4540 $60,760
Danbury 1610 $61,050
Waterbury 1020 $56,160
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 730 $45,130
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 30950 $53,280
Miami 30950 $53,280
Fort Lauderdale 30950 $53,280
St. Petersburg 16430 $53,140
Clearwater 16430 $53,140
Tampa 16430 $53,140
Kissimmee 13020 $49,690
Orlando 13020 $49,690
Sanford 13020 $49,690
Jacksonville 7960 $52,280
North Port 3330 $50,430
Sarasota 3330 $50,430
Bradenton 3330 $50,430
Fort Myers 2590 $49,480
Cape Coral 2590 $49,480
Winter Haven 2380 $52,710
Lakeland 2380 $52,710
Palm Bay 2370 $49,830
Titusville 2370 $49,830
Melbourne 2370 $49,830
Brent 2030 $48,110
Pensacola 2030 $48,110
Ferry Pass 2030 $48,110
Deltona 1980 $47,840
Ormond Beach 1980 $47,840
Daytona Beach 1980 $47,840
Port St. Lucie 1560 $52,670
Naples 1510 $54,090
Immokalee 1510 $54,090
Marco Island 1510 $54,090
Tallahassee 1340 $47,720
Gainesville 1070 $48,150
Crestview 1010 $43,530
Fort Walton Beach 1010 $43,530
Destin 1010 $43,530
Panama City 970 $44,290
Ocala 960 $45,310
Punta Gorda 460 $46,520
Vero Beach 450 $45,270
Sebastian 450 $45,270
Homosassa Springs 310 $41,130
Sebring 220 $41,340
The Villages 210 $44,740
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 26190 $56,100
Atlanta 26190 $56,100
Roswell 26190 $56,100
Savannah 1400 $45,850
Macon 1080 $48,260
Athens 1020 $48,280
Clarke County 1020 $48,280
Gainesville 700 $49,290
Valdosta 580 $39,660
Dalton 550 $50,070
Warner Robins 480 $42,210
Albany 480 $45,370
Rome 390 $50,860
Brunswick 260 $39,190
Hinesville 130 $51,010
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 5110 $52,630
Lahaina 880 $50,730
Wailuku 880 $50,730
Kahului 880 $50,730
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 3230 $47,820
Coeur d'Alene 680 $44,700
Idaho Falls 550 $45,150
Pocatello 360 $39,870
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 1010 $50,250
Rockford 1000 $49,860
Bloomington 890 $53,960
Springfield 770 $50,650
Champaign 570 $49,720
Urbana 570 $49,720
Decatur 400 $45,950
Marion 390 $35,530
Carbondale 390 $35,530
Kankakee 250 $46,800
Danville 230 $46,390
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Indianapolis 10430 $52,370
Anderson 10430 $52,370
Carmel 10430 $52,370
Fort Wayne 1720 $48,800
Goshen 1050 $50,010
Elkhart 1050 $50,010
West Lafayette 670 $40,690
Lafayette 670 $40,690
Bloomington 670 $50,020
Terre Haute 560 $41,450
Columbus 510 $53,440
Muncie 480 $45,650
Michigan City 370 $43,720
La Porte 370 $43,720
Kokomo 260 $40,260
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 3430 $53,890
Des Moines 3430 $53,890
Cedar Rapids 1200 $51,020
Cedar Falls 660 $50,850
Waterloo 660 $50,850
Iowa City 610 $51,690
Dubuque 360 $48,400
Ames 220 $45,470
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 2870 $48,110
Topeka 1260 $47,020
Lawrence 370 $45,270
Manhattan 310 $43,190
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 2630 $47,980
Fayette 2630 $47,980
Bowling Green 660 $44,060
Owensboro 570 $48,770
Fort Knox 410 $44,250
Elizabethtown 410 $44,250
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 6120 $47,010
Metairie 6120 $47,010
Baton Rouge 4130 $47,880
Lafayette 2310 $43,880
Shreveport 2140 $42,450
Bossier City 2140 $42,450
Thibodaux 930 $46,330
Houma 930 $46,330
Lake Charles 920 $44,080
Monroe 880 $43,970
Alexandria 540 $43,430
Hammond 380 $46,540
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 1940 $51,950
South Portland 1940 $51,950
Bangor 590 $45,770
Auburn 460 $50,490
Lewiston 460 $50,490
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 20200 $58,570
Towson 20200 $58,570
Columbia 20200 $58,570
Lexington Park 430 $52,940
California 430 $52,940
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 1100 $52,180
New Bedford 660 $53,510
Gardner 640 $48,470
Leominster 640 $48,470
Pittsfield 420 $45,560
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 16090 $53,980
Detroit 16090 $53,980
Warren 16090 $53,980
Grand Rapids 3680 $52,520
Wyoming 3680 $52,520
Lansing 1860 $59,340
East Lansing 1860 $59,340
Flint 1080 $49,770
Ann Arbor 1050 $56,450
Portage 990 $50,610
Kalamazoo 990 $50,610
Saginaw 610 $50,080
Muskegon 430 $48,800
Jackson 430 $53,490
Benton Harbor 380 $51,750
Niles 380 $51,750
Battle Creek 330 $59,880
Midland 300 $47,580
Monroe 240 $52,520
Bay City 230 $55,830
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 1010 $49,570
St. Cloud 740 $53,920
Mankato 380 $50,110
North Mankato 380 $50,110
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 2760 $46,650
Pascagoula 1510 $45,720
Biloxi 1510 $45,720
Gulfport 1510 $45,720
Hattiesburg 820 $37,040
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 1610 $48,110
Columbia 890 $49,570
Joplin 650 $43,990
Jefferson City 590 $44,710
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 860 $51,430
Missoula 450 $48,870
Great Falls 290 $44,130
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 2180 $46,510
Grand Island 440 $44,320
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 8790 $49,670
Henderson 8790 $49,670
Las Vegas 8790 $49,670
Reno 1880 $53,080
Carson City 190 $49,410
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 1220 $52,190
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 2510 $63,040
Atlantic City 1060 $52,760
Hammonton 1060 $52,760
Vineland 540 $51,590
Bridgeton 540 $51,590
Ocean City 410 $48,160
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 5180 $49,790
Santa Fe 970 $52,210
Las Cruces 920 $40,850
Farmington 560 $48,910
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheektowaga 7140 $53,370
Buffalo 7140 $53,370
Niagara Falls 7140 $53,370
Rochester 6310 $56,480
Albany 5430 $57,360
Schenectady 5430 $57,360
Troy 5430 $57,360
Syracuse 3840 $55,700
Binghamton 1180 $49,490
Utica 1150 $53,200
Rome 1150 $53,200
Kingston 690 $55,800
Glens Falls 650 $46,240
Elmira 400 $52,090
Ithaca 390 $51,450
Fort Drum 380 $48,680
Watertown 380 $48,680
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 5370 $53,800
Greensboro 3610 $51,350
High Point 3610 $51,350
Winston 2420 $51,190
Salem 2420 $51,190
Durham 2120 $56,590
Chapel Hill 2120 $56,590
Asheville 1740 $46,930
Wilmington 1140 $53,240
Fayetteville 1050 $46,800
Morganton 1050 $49,500
Hickory 1050 $49,500
Lenoir 1050 $49,500
Greenville 580 $48,040
Rocky Mount 450 $51,100
Burlington 400 $52,110
Jacksonville 390 $41,870
New Bern 360 $50,860
Goldsboro 310 $46,580
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 640 $51,110
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 9340 $54,000
Elyria 9220 $53,350
Cleveland 9220 $53,350
Akron 3110 $51,880
Toledo 2620 $50,270
Dayton 2580 $54,320
Canton 1300 $49,170
Massillon 1300 $49,170
Mansfield 450 $45,150
Springfield 420 $44,360
Lima 390 $55,810
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 7970 $51,830
Tulsa 5650 $49,240
Lawton 520 $37,090
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 1300 $54,950
Eugene 1080 $50,640
Redmond 760 $52,520
Bend 760 $52,520
Medford 600 $49,930
Grants Pass 290 $45,040
Albany 270 $54,140
Corvallis 230 $53,530
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 12630 $55,260
Harrisburg 4710 $54,990
Carlisle 4710 $54,990
Scranton 2860 $52,160
Wilkes 2860 $52,160
Hazleton 2860 $52,160
Barre 2860 $52,160
Lancaster 2150 $54,950
Reading 1800 $56,640
York 1520 $51,180
Hanover 1520 $51,180
Erie 1240 $49,770
East Stroudsburg 570 $44,960
Altoona 560 $45,590
Johnstown 530 $49,500
State College 500 $51,210
Williamsport 470 $51,270
Chambersburg 450 $48,190
Waynesboro 450 $48,190
Lebanon 450 $55,150
Berwick 360 $46,790
Bloomsburg 360 $46,790
Gettysburg 270 $50,030
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
San Juan 13240 $32,250
Carolina 13240 $32,250
Caguas 13240 $32,250
Ponce 850 $29,670
Isabela 620 $25,280
Aguadilla 620 $25,280
Mayag�ez 510 $25,240
Arecibo 380 $28,690
San German 260 $25,530
Guayama 160 $28,200
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 6870 $47,440
North Charleston 4600 $49,410
Charleston 4600 $49,410
Mauldin 4320 $48,920
Anderson 4320 $48,920
Greenville 4320 $48,920
Spartanburg 1570 $43,570
Florence 1260 $48,980
Beaufort 790 $48,700
Bluffton 790 $48,700
Hilton Head Island 790 $48,700
Sumter 350 $46,240
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 820 $49,100
Rapid City 280 $43,870
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 12250 $53,520
Franklin 12250 $53,520
Davidson 12250 $53,520
Nashville 12250 $53,520
Knoxville 4850 $48,070
Johnson City 970 $43,360
Jackson 660 $43,460
Cleveland 500 $41,470
Morristown 390 $43,000
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 37920 $59,980
Fort Worth 37920 $59,980
Arlington 37920 $59,980
The Woodlands 27990 $59,360
Sugar Land 27990 $59,360
Houston 27990 $59,360
Round Rock 10430 $63,580
Austin 10430 $63,580
New Braunfels 10150 $53,170
San Antonio 10150 $53,170
El Paso 3040 $48,280
McAllen 1860 $46,590
Edinburg 1860 $46,590
Mission 1860 $46,590
Corpus Christi 1470 $46,710
Laredo 1370 $50,020
Beaumont 1230 $52,090
Port Arthur 1230 $52,090
Lubbock 1210 $55,000
Harlingen 1200 $45,470
Brownsville 1200 $45,470
Amarillo 1000 $50,820
Waco 990 $55,850
Killeen 970 $48,930
Temple 970 $48,930
Bryan 900 $55,510
College Station 900 $55,510
Tyler 850 $53,750
Longview 730 $53,970
Odessa 590 $54,220
Midland 580 $61,100
San Angelo 490 $50,980
Abilene 470 $55,980
Denison 380 $49,310
Sherman 380 $49,310
Wichita Falls 380 $55,700
Victoria 360 $49,570
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 8890 $50,720
Orem 2330 $45,760
Provo 2330 $45,760
Ogden 2070 $47,820
Clearfield 2070 $47,820
St. George 480 $40,790
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 810 $59,700
Burlington 810 $59,700
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 7540 $56,110
Roanoke 1590 $51,450
Charlottesville 1220 $50,640
Lynchburg 1040 $46,320
Radford 640 $40,300
Blacksburg 640 $40,300
Christiansburg 640 $40,300
Harrisonburg 550 $47,410
Waynesboro 450 $48,350
Staunton 450 $48,350
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 16760 $59,210
Seattle 16760 $59,210
Bellevue 16760 $59,210
Spokane 2190 $51,410
Spokane Valley 2190 $51,410
Tumwater 1150 $49,670
Olympia 1150 $49,670
Richland 830 $54,110
Kennewick 830 $54,110
Bellingham 760 $52,820
Silverdale 750 $57,320
Bremerton 750 $57,320
Yakima 660 $52,890
Anacortes 430 $56,400
Mount Vernon 430 $56,400
Wenatchee 370 $48,480
Longview 290 $56,640
Walla Walla 200 $53,970
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1900 $43,870
Morgantown 910 $46,170
Beckley 610 $41,470
Vienna 490 $37,440
Parkersburg 490 $37,440
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 8880 $54,760
Waukesha 8880 $54,760
Milwaukee 8880 $54,760
Madison 3770 $54,400
Green Bay 1810 $49,960
Appleton 1040 $52,110
Oshkosh 1000 $52,170
Neenah 1000 $52,170
Wausau 800 $47,680
Eau Claire 770 $50,110
Racine 650 $49,260
Beloit 600 $47,800
Janesville 600 $47,800
Fond du Lac 470 $47,750
Sheboygan 430 $52,940
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 440 $50,010
Casper 290 $49,960

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2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Banking And Credit 158,990 11% $43,330
Medical Office 130,200 9% $45,030
Government 101,290 7% $48,520
Professional And Technical Services 97,370 6% $50,990
Office Services And Staffing 85,270 6% $43,130
Department And General Stores 82,360 5% $26,800
Education 61,210 4% $47,280
Insurance 55,190 3% $53,010
Hospital 45,600 3% $47,880
Business Management 42,690 3% $51,970
Durable Goods Wholesale 40,770 2% $49,970
Grocery Stores 31,130 2% $37,660
Hotel And Accomodation 26,600 1% $34,890
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 25,380 1% $49,620
Construction Trades 22,790 1% $47,890
Real Estate 20,870 1% $43,420
Securities And Investment 18,940 1% $56,030
Telecommunications 18,170 1% $55,800
Non-profit 17,240 1% $47,520
Auto And Auto Parts Dealers 15,860 1% $47,780
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  • Master of Public Administration
  • Listed as one of the top National Universities for 2015 by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service for the seventh straight year in 2013.
  • Has a 97% satisfaction rate among its 2013 graduates. 
  • Offers more than 100 degree options including programs in education, law, nursing, and more.
  • Provides classes at its San Francisco campus, branch campuses throughout the bay area and Sacramento, and online.
Programs
  • Master of Business Administration

MBA@Dayton is the online MBA program from the University of Dayton’s AACSB-accredited School of Business Administration. The program prepares students to become strategic, service-oriented leaders by applying real-world skills in face-to-face online classes, self-paced course work and in-person immersion experiences.

Programs
  • Transformational Leadership (EDD)
  • Concordia pursues online learning with the same passion and commitment to excellence that has marked our 110-year history. Our online degrees provides the same high academic standards as our on-campus.
  • #1 in M.Ed Degrees awarded by a Non-Profit University with over 8,000 M.Ed degrees that have been awarded to Concordia Online Students (Based on 2013-2014 IPEDS data); #3 MBA Program in Oregon (2015).
  • Your diploma and transcript is exactly the same as what students receive from Concordia’s on-campus program and carries the same value as a traditional degree
  • Concordia offers a variety of scholarships, grants, and awards designed to make the cost of a quality liberal arts education more affordable. Military benefits are available to candidates who qualify.
  • Concordia offers outstanding student-focused support including technical support and student service teams to assist you from initial contact through graduation. 
  • Concordia University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Programs
  • Master of Governmental Accounting (Online)
  • Ranked among the Best Business Schools in 2015 by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Ranked the #1 Public MBA program in the NYC region in 2014 by the U.S. News and World Report.
  • Educates about 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students per academic year at two campuses in New Jersey as well as five satellite locations in New Jersey and Singapore.
  • The only public university in New Jersey in the Association of American Universities (AAU), a group comprising of North America’s 63 leading research universities.

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