The school was founded in October 1966 under a franchise agreement with Los Angeles College of Medical and Dental Assistants. In May 1969, Concorde Career Colleges, Inc., purchased the school. Original program offerings included Medical and Dental Assistant.
The school later changed its name to Colorado College of Medical and Dental Careers. In 1988, the campus relocated to expanded facilities in downtown Denver at 770 Grant Street. In 1989, the school’s name was changed to Concorde Career Institute. The school added Surgical Technologist, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and Insurance Coding and Billing Specialist programs.
In March 2004, the school relocated to its current location in Aurora. In 2005, the school’s name changed to Concorde Career College, and it gained approval to offer four associate degree programs, including Associate of Applied Science in Respiratory Therapy, Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing, and Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Bridge Program Option. In May 2010, Concorde opened a branch location in Dallas, Tex.