Providing practical experiences wrapped in a biblical worldview
Business majors at Lancaster Bible College are instructed, trained and discipled by godly men and women who have years of experience in corporate business, entrepreneurship and law. Faculty bring their practical experiences along with a biblical worldview to impart to future business leaders. Besides this distinct advantage, our program is even more exceptional because of a commitment to impact each student spiritually and professionally.
LBC offers students the option of perusing their bachelor or associate business degree through the traditional on-campus college experience, online OR through evening in-class options at Lancaster, Philadelphia or Washington, D,C. through our Adult Education program.
For students seeking to earn an accounting degree, class time satisfies most of the educational credit hours required to take the CPA exam. More details here.
Full-time & Part-time Faculty
Business Administration Faculty
Central Penn Business Journal
Wall Street Journal
Students at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School got some real-world business and marketing experience by helping local businesses through their Strategic Marketing class this spring. According to Assistant Professor and Marketing Program Director Erin Smith, right, the class is made up of Marketing and Business Administration majors who partner with a…
Hundreds of students are preparing for an exciting season of graduation and celebration, from various phases along their educational journeys. Among them are Adult Education students at LBC | Capital, many of whom balance full-time jobs, families and serving with their studies—both on-campus and online. One of these Adult Education graduates, Angela Lesher (’21), does…
(This article was originally published in the Winter 2021 issue of The ECHO Magazine.) If you were given the choice between a stable job in your hometown with your new wife or a difficult job in an unknown area in a foreign country, which would you choose? For most, the first option makes a lot…