Bachelor Programs

LCCC offers two bachelor degree programs:

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Applied Management Program

Are your sights set on managing a business? This program provides comprehensive business knowledge. Students in this program will learn about accounting, finance and operations as well as strategy and analysis. They will explore ethical decision making and human resource management, in addition to marketing, communication and project management.

This program is part of the Business & Accounting Pathway.

Apply to the Applied Management Program.

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Healthcare Administration Program

This program will provide a foundation in business skills and healthcare specific content to help graduates successfully navigate the unique challenges of management in the healthcare industry including accounting, resource management, laws and policies.

This program is part of the Health Sciences & Wellness Pathway.

Apply to the Healthcare Administration Program.

Why earn a bachelors at LCCC?

  • People with a bachelor's degree earn $17,524 more per year than those with an associate's degree
  • Less likely to be unemployed (jobless rates for those with bachelor's degree is a mere 2.5%)
  • Low cost – Get a bachelor's degree for the cost of an associates
  • $1000 grant for all students entering for Fall 2020
  • Ability to continue working full time and take classes online
  • Small class sizes with local instructors 

Admissions for Bachelor Programs

These programs are designed for students who have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. They are intended for those who want a degree to further their current careers into administrative or managerial positions.

Examples of AAS prerequisite degrees: Accounting Services, Agribusiness Technology, Applied Management, Automotive Body repair, Automotive Technology, Computer Information Systems, Cybersecurity, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Dental Hygiene, Diesel Technology, Emergency Medical Services, Equine Science, Financial Services, Fire Science Technology, Health Information Technology, HVAC, Paralegal, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiography, Small Business Management, Speech Language Pathology Assistant, Supply Chain Management, Surgical Technologist, Technical Agriculture Operations, Technical Studies, Welding Technology, Wind Energy

Each program has a separate application that prospective students must complete in addition to the standard LCCC application. Preference will be given to students who apply by July 15, 2020. Specific information about applying is available under each program.


Tuition for bachelor programs is the same as all programs at LCCC, no tuition increases for bachelor programs. View Tuition Information.
For general college expenses, students should view LCCC’s cost of attendance

For Questions

Applied Management Program
Jeff Shmidl
Interim Program Director, Business & Finance
Business & Technology Building, Room 116
Healthcare Administration Program
Danielle Opp
Interim Program Director, Health Sciences
Health Science Building, Room 220