Dr. Thaddeus Warren has been teaching psychology, education and theology classes at Concordia University, Nebraska for 15 years. His favorite thing about teaching at Concordia is how God uses the university to build His kingdom. “It is a transformative place,” he says, “and it is an honor to be able to be a part of how God uses this place to shape so many.”
Before serving as a professor, Warren earned a B.S. in education and psychology, Lutheran Teachers Diploma, DCE Specialist degree and M.S. in family life from Concordia Nebraska. He also holds an M.A. in clinical counseling and a Ph.D. in education and human development. He has served as a teacher and DCE in the past, as well.
Dr. Warren is passionate about helping others explore the amazing life we are given in creation and learning how we are so incredibly wired to walk in relationship with each other and our Creator. We truly are fearfully and wonderfully made!
I love it here as I get to work directly with students and am able to freely share my faith in Christ in all that I do.
Dr. Thaddeus Warren's Academic Programs
Christian Education Leadership
The Christian education leadership major from Concordia University, Nebraska can help you serve Christ’s church through education as a Director of Christian education (DCE), youth or camp ministry leader, Christian teacher or as a national or international missionary by equipping you to bring Christian values and leadership to God’s people in a church or school.
The bachelor’s degree in psychology at Concordia is ideal for students seeking a strong theoretical foundation in the field of psychology. Offering a diverse psychology curriculum, Concordia Nebraska’s psychology professors use approaches that range from the scientific to philosophical and the experimental to the theoretical.
In Concordia’s behavioral science program, you will study a combination of sociology, psychology and other social sciences to examine complex problems of human interaction and behavior. With this degree, you will gain skills that can be applied in many professions that require an understanding of people and their interactions from individual, group and societal levels.
Psychology - Online
With the online bachelor's in psychology program from Concordia University, Nebraska, you will explore different areas of the field, including human development, learning, memory, cognitive function, mental disorders and social interactions. With a foundation in Christian values, our program emphasizes practical application of psychological theories for relationship and career contexts.