LCC International University

LCC International University

LCC International University

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LCC International University (LCC), formerly known as Lithuania Christian Fund College, is a private liberal arts university in Lithuania.

Major programs of studies: Established in 1991 at the request of the Lithuanian Ministry of Education, LCC grants a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, English Language and Literature, Psychology and Theology. Beginning in summer 2010, the first graduate study program - Master's in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) - has been offered to those interested in pedagogical excellence, too.

Minor programs of studies: Like many other universities, LCC offers both main programs of study - major, and also a minor. It teaches in the following fields: Business Administration, English Language and Literature, Psychology, Theology, Sociology, Conflict Studies and Lithuanian Studies.

Core courses: The core curriculum at LCC includes a wide variety of subjects - from Computer Proficiency, Academic Writing and History of World Civilizations to Quantitative Reasoning, Public Speaking and Political Economy.

Christian values: The university provides education within the Christian context and the framework of servant leadership.

International: About 650 students currently attending LCC International University come from 21 countries around the globe - Albania, Australia, Belarus, Canada, Republic of Congo, Ghana, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Nigeria,...
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