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Lower Columbia College, in partnership with City University of Seattle, offers several bachelor degree programs.
Since 1973, City University of Seattle – a private nonprofit university – has been changing lives for good by offering a high quality and relevant education to anyone with the desire to learn. During its 40-year history, CityU has engaged more than 50,000 alumni from around the world through its online and onsite degree programs.
- Bachelor of Arts in Education: Elementary Education
- Bachelor of Arts in Education: Special Education
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Tuition & Fees
Not only is tuition at CityU affordable but we offer financial aid services and programs - loans, grants, scholarships and more - to help you make ends meet.
And remember: If you want to learn, we want you here. CityU does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, physical, mental or sensory disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran.
Learn more about financial aid and scholarships or contact us.
CityU awards scholarships to our students four times a year. Some are for full tuition, and others provide partial tuition. Either way, scholarships are a great way to keep costs down and jump-start your academic career at CityU. Please take a look at our scholarship opportunities.
About the Instructors
Instructors are practitioner based professionals and CityU faculty. All CityU instructors are accomplished practitioners who work, lead, manage, and excel in the fields they teach.
Course Delivery Modes
In the Computer Systems and Criminal Justice programs, the courses are online. Online courses are enhanced by the use of Blackboard - an online course hosting system. Students follow course modules that include hands-on labs, projects, exercises and written programs. Each course is designed to develop your portfolio of knowledge and skills and may incorporate streaming video, podcasts and other features that allow you to maximize your opportunity to learn.
In the Bachelor of Education programs (Elementary Education and Special Education), courses are presented in a mixed mode format utilizing Blackboard - an online course hosting system. Historically, classes are held on Saturdays with morning and afternoon sessions. Some courses may be offered online depending on the program chosen.