Eleven master's students in a counseling program are suing Concordia University Chicago for consumer fraud, The Chicago Tribune reported. The students say that they had been promised the program would be accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs, and that their degrees will have less value because Concordia decided to no longer seek recognition by that group. The university did not respond to attempts to reach it for comment.
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