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LCU Online Bachelor's Degrees

Degree Completion Programs

A bachelor's degree is a vital credential if you want to increase your earning power and marketability. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for workers 25 and over with only a high school degree was 6.5% in January 2014, compared to 3.2% for those with a bachelor’s degree or higher¹

Earn your bachelor's degree with one of Lubbock Christian University's online degree completion programs:

  • Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership: focus on the skills and knowledge you will need to successfully guide employees and improve organizational performance. This degree emphasizes the human side of business to train you to become an effective, ethical leader.

  • Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management: learn basic business knowledge in accounting, finance, human resources, as well as skills in communication and leadership. This curriculum will help give you a broader perspective of how organizations function and how you can help improve them.

Both programs are 36-credit-hour degree completion programs with a core curriculum that explores such foundational concepts as case study analysis and ethics. However, the focus diverges with five classes that offer a different perspective on the way business is conducted. You can choose which focus you prefer based on your personal strengths, interests, and career plans.

New Lower Tuition

We have lowered the tuition costs for online bachelor completion programs in Organizational Management and Organizational Leadership by 15 percent, effective for all upcoming terms. This reduction was made to make our bachelor completion programs more accessible and provide opportunities in today’s volatile economic environment.  Don’t miss this opportunity to take your education to the next level.

¹Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Economic News Release, accessed 5/24/13,