Accreditation with Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School
Blue Letter Bible (BLB) and Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School (LBC | Capital) have teamed up to offer BLB Institute students the opportunity to earn hours of credit towards LBC | Capital's adult education undergraduate program. There is NO COST to take courses.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Credit Hours
Students are eligible to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with LBC | Capital up to a total of 30 CEUs. The CEUs can be applied towards LBC | Capital's adult education undergraduate program. The student must complete all course material and present the course completion certificates to LBC | Capital in order to receive CEU credits.
If a student would like to receive credit for all 30 CEUs, at least 15 CEUs must be satisfied by completing all of the courses in LBC | Capital's Foundations of Biblical Studies program. Students may select any of the other BLB Institute courses in order to satisfy the other 15 CEUs.
Schedule of CEUs
LBC | Capital's Foundations of Biblical Studies Course Program (15 CEUs)
|Old Testament I: Creation and Covenants||In order to earn the full 15 CEUs, all courses must be completed.|
|Old Testament II: Life and Literature of Israel|
|New Testament I: Life of Christ|
|New Testament II: Early Church|
|Basic Bible Doctrine|
|Christian Narrative I: Creation and Fall|
|Christian Narrative II: Redemption|
Foundations of the Christian Faith Course Program (16 CEUs)*
* Students may complete this program in total or choose any of the courses from this program and electives below.
|Bible I: History and Authenticity of the Bible||2.5|
|Bible II: History of Redemption||2|
|Theology I: The Attributes of God||2|
|Theology II: The Doctrine of Christ||2|
|Theology III: The Person and Gifts of the Holy Spirit||3.5|
|Theology IV: The Doctrine of Salvation||2|
|Christian Living I: Growing in the Grace of God||1|
|Christian Living II: God's Sufficiency for Godly Living||1|
|Exposition of Matthew||2.5|
|Counseling God's Way||3|
|Biblical Worldview I: Only Two Religions?||0.5|
|Biblical Worldview II: Seeing a World of Difference||2|
|Searching for the Truth on Origins||1.5|
For students who wish to apply to LBC | Capital's adult education undergraduate program, the following schedule of earning credit hours applies:
- 15 CEUs = 3 hours of credit
- 30 CEUs = 6 hours of credit
If a student would like to receive credit for all 30 CEUs, at least 15 CEUs must be satisfied by completing all of the courses in LBC | Capital's Foundations of Biblical Studies program.
Applying to LBC | Capital's adult education undergraduate program
For information about LBC | Capital's adult education undergraduate program, visit www.lbc.edu/online.
For more information about admissions into this program, visit www.lbc.edu/adult-education/admissions-process.
BLBi Students who wish to seek a college degree through LBC | Capital may apply through the normal application process. The application fee will be waived using the code PARTNER.
The admissions advisor will apply the BLB Institute student's CEUs per the above schedule along with all other application information in order to evaluate the final credit requirements to achieve a degree. A unique feature of LBC | Capital's program is its acceptance of credit hours covering a range of experiences. Through LBC | Capital's program, students may be closer to completing their undergraduate degree than they think.
LBC | Capital will evaluate the applicant's prior credit based upon the following: