If starting or going back to college is the next step for you, LBC is here to help! We know taking classes on a regular schedule – or even taking classes on campus – may not fit into your life as a busy, working adult. That’s why we designed our adult education undergraduate degrees program! Through this program, you’ll receive the same accredited, quality, Christ-centered education offered through traditional undergraduate campus programs – but in a shorter amount of time.
Each course in the undergraduate adult education program is taught in a 6-week accelerated pace that enables you to focus on one course at a time. This accelerated delivery style allows you to earn your college degree in one of two ways:
You are welcome to take part in both types of courses, in class or online, based on your scheduling needs for each session. You choose the learning environment that’s right for you:
Attending a short-term, accelerated program in person or online doesn’t mean you’re alone. Dedicated, compassionate academic advisors will stay with you throughout your time as a student here.
LBC’s resources, such as our library, are open to all students; even if you’re only taking online courses. You are welcome to visit campus to study. We’re all Chargers.
Our adult learners take many paths to get here and decide to continue their academic and spiritual growth for various reasons, but once Lancaster Bible College becomes part of their journey, they return to service, the workplace, and their families with a greater understanding of the Bible. Learn more about the Adult Education Undergraduate Degree program at LBC.
What you’ve already achieved in life matters to us. Students are eligible to receive up to 30 credits at a reduced tuition price by documenting prior life experiences through our evaluation process. Whether or not you already have a degree, your professional accomplishments will lessen the time to graduate and lower your costs.
Our admissions, advising, and financial aid staff members will walk you through the process of requesting transfer credits, applying for grants and loans, and selecting the right program and classes.