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Bachelor's Degree

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Finding the right degree plan is part of the fun of going to college. It's at this time that you get to start asking the questions about what you want to do and who you want to become. With a Bachelor's degree from LCU you can help make your academic and professional dreams come true.

But First, What is a Bachelor's Degree?

The Bachelor's Degree is an undergraduate degree awarded to students upon the completion of 126 semester hours of college-level coursework. Bachelor's degrees are our most frequently awarded degrees and typically take at least four years of full-time coursework for completion. We also offer some bachelor's completion degrees online. To learn more, click here.

Are There Different Kinds of Bachelor's Degrees?

Yes. LCU offers a wide variety of Bachelor degrees. The most common bachelor programs are the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. A Bachelor of Arts degree is a awarded by both the College of Liberal Arts and Education and the Alfred and Patricia Smith College of Biblical Studies and is considered a liberal arts degree for students interested in a variety of disciplines such as ministry, psychology, education, the arts, or communication. A Bachelor of Science degree is typically awarded by the B. Ward Lane College of Professional Studies and provides offerings for students interested in the fields of organizational management, mathematics, computer science, the natural sciences and professional fields of study such as nursing and pre-medicine. LCU also offers Interdisciplinary degrees that allow students to focus on more than one discipline, by combining courses from different fields of study. Moreover, LCU also offers Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Social Work degrees.