Why does human suffering occur? Is God relevant in today’s world? How shall I read Scripture and understand it? How ought I understand and live out the concept of divine mission? These are among many important questions, which are at the heart of our worldview and, thus, have an impact on our individual lives and the communities in which we live. The Theology department of LCC invites you to explore many questions, which we are either too afraid to ask or too busy to answer. In theology, we pause to think, interact, and attempt to understand the larger picture before we move into careers so that we might make a holistic, life-affirming, and God-honoring difference in this world.
The Theology department provides instruction in the Bible as the authoritative Word of God, and in Christian history, thought, and practice with the purpose of commending Christ as Lord and Savior and so contributing to the formation of Christian character, worldview, and service.
Providing a Career Path
We exist to equip all LCC graduates with cognitive and practical tools to have an impact on their careers, volunteer efforts, and family development. As a holistic discipline, theology moves students with passion and energizes them for best practices in each area of life because God is rightfully the Lord of all. If your career goals involve advanced theological study and a career in Christian ministry or mission, then the major in Evangelical Theology at LCC is an excellent choice.
Also, students are excited by the new opportunity of a Theology double major with English or International Business Administration, because they realize theology influences career paths positively and challenges them to think creatively as future Christian leaders in the workplace. The double major expands a graduate’s opportunities even further to work in a variety of Christian businesses, mission agencies, social agencies, schools, and the not-for-profit sector.
Year 1 / Students have a chance to:
- Gain a broad base of learning about the many areas of knowledge influenced by theology
- Survey the whole Bible
Year 2 / Students gain skills in:
- Public speaking and conflict transformation
- Theology and philosophy
Year 3 / Students focus on:
- Deep study the Old and New Testaments
- Exploring Christian life and ministry
Year 4 / Students move into:
- Sharpening their ability to closely analyze and understand the Bible
- Receiving practical training for how to provide leadership within and beyond the Church
- Completing their own research project
LCC accepts applications for admission from students of all nationalities and religious backgrounds who are interested in studying in an international learning community.
If you are considering applying to LCC, you should keep in mind the following deadlines:
- Late application deadline – April 15th
- Final application deadline – June 30th (if there are spots available)
STEP #1 APLICATION FORM
Submit an online application form for BA studies. Attach a scanned copy of your passport and a document-size picture. Wait for a follow up email from your Admissions Counselor.
STEP #2 SUBMIT HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPTS
If you are in the last year of school, submit your official transcripts from your 10th, 11th and the first semester of 12th year grades;
If you are already a school graduate, submit your final and official high school diploma, final transcript and exam results.
STEP #3 TAKE AN ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TESTS
We accept TOEFL ITP (min. 500), TOEFL iBT (min. 61), IELTS (min. 6.0) Academic, PTE ACADEMIC (min. 53), PTE General (min. LEVEL 4), CPE or CAE (min C) test certificates.
Due to the current situation LCC Admissions office understands that students have limited options to the mentioned tests. Therefore, we temporarily accept DUOLINGO English test.
STEP #4 RECEIVE AN INVITATION FOR AN INTERVIEW
Once we have your application package, you will receive an email with the invitation for an interview with the Admissions Committee.
Autumn Intake Deadline
Spring Intake Deadline