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Online & Hybrid at Philadelphia & Washington, D.C.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Bible and want to know God in a deeper, more intimate way, why not earn your certificate in Bible from LBC?
Ideal for students looking to add to their personal knowledge of scripture, missionaries seeking additional Bible training before heading to the field or anyone in between, this program is a flexible way to earn college credits.
This certificate is part of LBC’s undergraduate Adult Education program, which is designed for busy people as they balance working full time, family responsibilities, serving in ministry and more. Each course is taught in an 8-week subterm that can be taken either online or hybrid format. Refer to the catalog link below for the engaging courses that are part of this bachelor’s degree program. Students can customize the sequence of their classes based on which courses are being offered and their prerequisites. This way, with the help of their LBC Student Success Coach, students can chart a class schedule that fits their stage in life. To be considered a “full-time student,” students must take four 3-credit courses in a semester (16-week term).
When Can I Start?
As soon as you are ready! LBC has 6 enrollment points per year, meaning that you are only ever a few weeks away from the next course starting.
Can I Transfer Credits?
Yes! If you have completed courses in other regionally accredited colleges or in the military, you may be able to transfer in credits. Read our transfer policy.
Get Credit for Life Experience
You may be able to start our degree path at LBC | Capital with some college credits! Life experience credit is college credit a student can earn based on prior learning. Read more.
Biblical Studies 30 Credits
View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and program details.
Want to learn more about this certificate or the undergraduate adult education program? Consider scheduling an appointment to talk virtually or in person with an Admissions Counselor who will be glad to answer all your questions about earning a degree.
Each student’s path to degree completion is unique, depending on the courses you transfer into the program. The curriculum plan 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.
Credits for Prior Learning. Students can earn up to 17 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.
Our Admissions Counselor are here to help guide you in planning your course of study.