Please refer to the LCU Catalog for the current application process information. For further information regarding the admissions process, or for our graduate re-admittance guidelines, please contact the office of Graduate Studies at 800-933-7601, 806-720-7599, or email@example.com.
Applications are available online, in the office of Graduate Studies, or in any office housing a graduate program.
With the exception of the MSN-Family Nurse Practitioner track, all of LCU’s graduate programs have rolling admissions*, and will accept applications at any time. Applicants should note that some programs accept applications year-round, but have fixed start dates.
*To ensure adequate time for consideration, applications should be completed 30 days prior to the beginning of the desired enrollment period. Applications received or completed after this time will be processed as space and time allow.
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Benefits of Earning a Master's Degree or Graduate-level Certification
Graduate work provides an opportunity to develop expertise in your current field, or to become qualified in a new area. In the fast-paced, competitive job market of today, a graduate degree or certification can help you stand out from the crowd.
Statistics show that people with graduate work on their resume typically earn significantly more over the course of their lifetime than people who hold only a Bachelor’s degree.
What Master's degrees does Lubbock Christian offer?
LCU offers Master's degrees in the following areas:
- Graduate Behavioral Sciences
- Graduate Biblical Studies
- Graduate Education
- Graduate Leadership
- Graduate Nursing
- Online Graduate Programs
How long does it take to earn a Master's Degree?
Although the number of hours required to earn a degree varies, several of our degrees can be completed in as few as six semesters*. All of our degrees currently require a comprehensive exam instead of a thesis. Some degrees may require a hands-on internship or practicum as part of the curriculum.
LCU also offers graduate-level certifications in the Graduate Education department. These include Post-Baccalaureate Teaching Certification and certifications for Master’s holders who wish to become Principals or Superintendents. These certification programs require between fifteen and twenty-five credit hours.
With a combination of evening and weekend classes; lecture-based, hybrid, or online coursework; and both the traditional sixteen week and the more modern eight week sessions, LCU provides a plethora of enrollment options. The flexible schedule and formats allow most students to enroll without making changes to their employment as they work to earn a Master’s degree or certification. In fact, the majority of our graduate students are the full-time caretakers of their children and home, are homeschool educators, or are employed full-time outside of the home.