Undergraduate Majors (Traditional)

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Arts & Sciences

Hands-on experiences, Christ-centered training and a strong foundation in theory and ethics are used to prepare students for careers as effective communicators in a secular world.

Bible & Theology

Students have the flexibility to choose courses from various professional departments, while also receiving the same core Bible & Theology and Arts & Sciences courses as all other LBC majors.

Business Administration

Students are instructed, trained and discipled by experienced corporate leaders and entrepreneurs who integrate their biblical worldview and practical experience to equip future business leaders.

Church & Ministry Leadership

Each major is designed to create servant leaders and focuses on growing each student’s spiritual giftedness and passion while pursuing God’s calling.

Communication & Media Arts

Students receive hands-on experience, Christ-centered training and a strong foundation in theory and ethics to prepare for careers as effective communicators in a secular world.

Counseling & Social Work

Students are encouraged to understand, evaluate and practice counseling and social work theory and methods from a biblical perspective.

Education

Prepares students to be professional educators who can construct lessons and activities for children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.

Music, Worship & Performing Arts

Develops highly skilled artists to influence culture with grace and truth.

Minors

Students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program have the option to add a minor. Doing so may change completion rates. We advise checking with your advisor first. Biblical Studies majors will need to declare a minor. Minors available include the following:

Special Academic Programs

  • 2-Year Programs. Associate, completing a bachelor and one-year certificate programs.
  • JumpStart. High school juniors and seniors can take one tuition-free course each fall and spring semester.
  • Study Abroad. Earn Bible credits through approved school partnerships.

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