Accelerated Undergraduate Degrees FAQs
Accelerated Undergraduate Degrees are the delivery method option we offer for adult learners seeking a bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, certificates, minors, or professional development (piece-meal courses for college credit).
An accelerated program is one in which you earn college credits in a shorter amount of time than you would in a normal semester-based program. This means that the program is fast-paced and requires more time in study each week. Most students take one course at a time.
Each course or module is six or seven weeks in length, but includes the same material as a 15-week semester course. On campus, you will attend class for four hours, one night a week, for five weeks. Online, you will spend six weeks interacting with your professor and classmates through MyLBCOnline.
It varies from student to student, depending upon which courses you are transferring into the program. If you have few or no Bible credits to transfer in, then most of your program will be Bible, theology, and foundational courses. If you previously attended a Bible college or Christian university, then there are some arts and sciences available for you to take instead of the Bible courses you have already taken. Exactly which courses you will need will be determined after we have examined your transcripts. For a full list of course descriptions, see the Accelerated Undergraduate Degrees Catalog.
Lancaster Bible College is nationally and regionally accredited. We are regionally accredited with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), as well as nationally with the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). The Bachelor of Science degree in Bible that you receive through the DC is the same as that awarded to graduates in traditional programs.
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