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Do you want to know and understand the Bible in a deeper, fuller way? Consider pursuing biblical studies at Lancaster Bible College.
Through our accelerated undergraduate degrees program in biblical studies, you’ll become rooted in the truth and authority of the scriptures by studying challenging Bible classes. All of our classes are taught by professors with many years of ministry experience who want to help you succeed and see you grow, both academically and spiritually.
In this program, you can choose to study entirely online, in class or choose to take a combination of courses in both ways. Our students in the bachelors in Bible program can also choose eight minor areas of study. This major gives you the flexibility to select many credits from any professional department – allowing you to mix and match courses for training in various types of ministry.
If you’re ready to learn more about God, yourself, and His plan for your life, join the biblical studies major at LBC.
“All Scripture is God-breathed…” – 2 Timothy 3:16a
Adding a minor to your major can give you many benefits as a student and prospective employee. In addition to giving you a wider skill set, a minor can enhance your resume and showcase your work ethic. Minors also allow you to study a subject area you enjoy, but that you might not want to pursue as a career. Select from the following available minors:
Hear from Carroll Briggs about his experience earning his degree online through LBC’s accelerated undergraduate degrees program.
The Accelerated program consists of TWO terms:
Each term is comprised of FOUR course sessions. A course session runs for SIX classes and runs back-to-back across all the weeks of the year. Due to holidays and breaks, a course session may vary between 6-8 weeks. Exact dates for each term are available through the Accelerated Office.
Students may choose to take their courses either in class, online, or both.
Each student’s path to completion is unique, depending upon the courses you are transferring into the program. The curriculum plan above gives a broad picture of the required credits. If your transfer credits come from mostly one of those areas, you will need to take credits in the other areas. The remaining courses you need for graduation can best be determined after reviewing your transcripts. With flexible electives, Bible and Theology requirements, and General Education requirements, most students are able to transfer to LBC the maximum number of credits.
Credits for Prior Learning. Students can earn up to 30 life experience credits, through the Credits for Prior Learning evaluation process, which will often reduce the time to complete a degree. The life experience credit evaluation process is done after a student begins a program.
As soon as you are ready. LBC has 8 entry points per year meaning you are only ever a few weeks away till the next course starts.
Our LBC Financial Aid Office can help you navigate through the process. Learn more