LICC’s mission, vision, and core values are all about enabling people to serve God and community. Given the varied educational histories of our learners and the variety of ways they hope to serve, the LICC employs a flexible graduation strategy.
Learners work with guidance counselors to assess their knowledge gaps and to assess the most appropriate courses to take from the LICC’s offerings each semester. This approach also allows the school to evolve its curriculum rapidly as both the learner population and school resources change.
LICC recognizes that its learners must balance schooling with work, family, and church. For this reason, the school does not impose a limit on the number of years in which a learner must earn their diploma or degree.
Associate of Science Degrees
Academic programs require 64 hours of coursework to receive an Associate of Science degree. Generally, an hour of coursework corresponds to an hour of instruction (e.g. a course that meets 3 days a week for 1 hour each would be a 3 hour course).
Bachelor of Science Degrees (Not Yet Available)
Academic programs require 128 hours of coursework to receive a Bachelor of Science degree. Generally, an hour of coursework corresponds to an hour of instruction (e.g. a course that meets 3 days a week for 1 hour each would be a 3 hour course).