Lancaster Bible College
) is a private
, coeducational Bible college
and graduate school
that "exists to educate Christian
students to think and live a biblical
worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving him in the Church and society."
Traditional undergraduate students graduate with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Bible. The college offers several Master of Arts
and Master of Education
degree programs, along with a Doctorate
Founded in 1933 by Henry J. Heydt, the original name of the school was Lancaster School of the Bible. In 1957, the college made the move to its current location in Manheim Township
, Lancaster County
, Pennsylvania. In 1973, the school took on its current name, and in 1981 the Pennsylvania Department of Education
gave LBC official approval to offer the Bachelor of Science
in Bible degree.
In 1994, LBC's graduate school was approved to award Master of Arts
in Bible, Ministry, Counseling, and Master of Education degrees in School Counseling and Consulting Resourse Teacher.
LBC’s undergraduate education grants two bachelor degrees, one associate degree, and two one-year certificates. One hundred and six faculty (part-time and full-time) teach at the college, 31 of whom have doctorates. Students can select from 25... Read More