Lincoln Christian University (LCU) is pleased to announce an agreement with Lincoln College that will enable students to pursue degree programs in five new areas: Criminal Justice, Exercise Science, Conservation Biology, Jazz Studies, and Theatre.
Students who enroll at LCU and wish to study in one of these fields will earn an associate’s degree in either Bible or Science from LCU, then a bachelor’s degree from Lincoln College in their chosen major. Courses from both institutions will overlap throughout the duration of the student’s educational tenure.
“Adding these programs to the options students can pursue while here at LCU provides them an opportunity to study the Bible and many core classes through the lens of a Christian worldview, while earning degrees in curricula we aren’t able to offer otherwise,” Vice President of Enrollment Services Brady Cremeens said about the agreement. “We often say around here we don’t believe the Kingdom of God stops at church doors, and now more students will be able to access a thoroughly Christian and mission-minded education while preparing for a variety of career fields.”
Students will live on LCU’s campus for the totality of their college education and will participate in chapel, Spiritual Formation Groups, and Service Learning – all staples of the undergraduate experience at LCU.
“LCU is pleased to partner with Lincoln College,” Vice President of Academics Frank Dicken said. “Both institutions have existed in close proximity to each other for seventy-five years and have worked together in various ways in the past. This new cooperative academic agreement will allow students to experience the best LCU has to offer—Bible and theology courses, chapel services, participation in Spiritual Formation Groups, campus community, and worldview formation—while drawing on the expertise of Lincoln College’s faculty in these five fields. This is an exciting new way for LCU to fulfill its mission of nurturing and equipping Christians with a Biblical worldview to serve and lead in the church and the world.”