Concordia offers undergraduate and graduate programs in 4 faculties: arts and science, commerce and administration, engineering and computer science, and fine arts. Undergraduate-level certificate programs are also offered in some areas, and diploma programs are available in many disciplines. Most undergraduate and graduate programs are open to part-time students, and about half the total student population attends part time.
The name of the university comes from th motto of the City of Montreal, "Concordia Salus," meaning "well-being through harmony," which has since become Concordia University's motto. It colours are maroon and gold.
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