LCC International University currently offers six Bachelor’s degree programs:
International Business Administration
This program helps students bridge the gap between two different traditions of enterprise, that of the East and that of the West. LCC equips its business students with the skills to face the quickly changing European and global economies, especially as the Eastern European region seeks greater integration and relationships with its foreign partners.
English Language & Literature
This program aims to break the traditional belief that a degree in language can prepare students only to teach or translate. No matter which of the three concentrations a student chooses – teaching, translation or literature – the program provides students with superior English skills applicable both in educational and business settings.
This program combines perspectives from both the social sciences and biological sciences to assist graduates in gaining an understanding of the processes underlying human behavior. Graduates will be prepared to continue their education in clinical or research programs, or to pursue careers in a variety of social service fields.
This program includes Biblical studies, the history of theology and the church, mission and ministry, and the practical application of theological knowledge to real life. A Bachelor’s degree meets the needs of those students who wish to prepare for ministry, but the program also provides opportunities for those students who want to explore how faith is relevant to their career.
A major in Communication prepares graduates for employment in a wide variety of positions that require any of the following: strong oral and written communication skills, an aptitude for nurturing relationships, an ability to communicate ideas in engaging and relevant ways to different audiences, an understanding of communication dynamics in private, organizational or public contexts. Such positions can be found in business, politics and law, media and entertainment, education and social work. A degree in Communication allows graduates to be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances in their professional life. A Communication major can also prepare a student for graduate school in communication studies, information technology or related fields in the social sciences and humanities.
The Corporate Communication module prepares graduates for employment in positions such as public relations or marketing specialist, corporate management, human resources, media relations, account executive, special events planner, communication consultant, speechwriter.
The Information and Communication Technology module prepares graduates for employment in positions such as system and network designer and analyst, information and project manager, communications specialist, solutions architect, technical writer.
International Relations and Development
The undergraduate program in International Relations and Development aims at training globally minded international relations and development professionals. The program prepares graduates who are able to understand, explain, critically analyze, and evaluate both local and international events, ideas, issues, and interests. Graduates will also be able to evaluate how those topics shape international relations and policies especially those related to the process of development. Because of the growing international socio-political and educational importance of NGOs, this bachelor-level degree program includes a strong focus on NGOs and civil initiatives and their role in regional governance and development projects.
The international profile of university in terms of student diversity and teaching staff creates a learning environment that develops intercultural understanding, communication and problem-solving skills required for international relations and development professionals and develops the core competence of community building. The university also intentionally provides intercultural training and knowledge of cultural development and integration, including a requirement for students to spend some time studying and for getting practical experience in an international context during their studies.
The program will prepare graduates who are capable of entering successful careers in governmental and non-governmental organizations, international institutions, local and national public administrations and multinational businesses. Program graduates will be qualified for and aspire to careers in international relations and development cooperation work, specifically: negotiations, diplomacy, conflict resolution, peace-keeping, NGO’s, advocacy, human rights protection, civil-society initiatives, philanthropy, and sustainable community development.
The study program is externally evaluated and validated by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC), an independent public agency. The program received accreditation in 2015. A follow-up external review of the program will take place in 2020 after the initial program accreditation expires. For a full external evaluation report and experts recommendations to a program in 2015, please see here.