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About the School:

Lincoln Christian University was founded in 1944 as a Bible institute. It has a campus size of 130 acres, and the total enrollment is about 650 students. On average, students who get enrolled at LCU have an SAT score between 940 to 1180 or an ACT score of 20 to 26. LCU provides academic programs from associates through doctoral levels. The popular areas of study include business, psychology, divinity, management, ministry, and religious vocations. Further, the institution offers a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1, with an average class size of 13 students. Educational expenses at LCU are lower than the national average.

Online Presence:

The university currently offers six programs entirely online. The currently available options include:
  • Associate’s degree in Bible
  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, Christian ministry, psychology
  • Master's degree in Bible & theology, organizational leadership
For more details, refer to their academics page.

Accreditation:

Lincoln Christian University has accreditation from several organizations, including the Higher Learning Commission, the Association of Biblical Higher Education, and the Association of Theological Schools.

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