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Lower Columbia College, in partnership with Eastern Washington University, offers four-year degree programs to students on the LCC campus!
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
The College of Business and Public Administration at Eastern Washington University now offers business programs at Lower Columbia College. Build on your strong foundation and AA degree with DTA to complete a Bachelor’s degree from Eastern Washington University.
The College is known for providing excellent business programs taught by highly qualified faculty who take personal interest in each student’s progress and success.
- Accredited by AACSB-International
- Courses taught by PhDs
- Engage in service-learning and practical research with professors
- Attend classes on the LCC campus
- Evening and flexible hours
- Tailor your learning experiences through internships, electives and minors in related areas
Major in Management
General Business Option
Learn the basic theory and principles of business that are crucial to effective organizational performance and communication across business disciplines. Content is applicable to all types of organizations, for-profit, non-profit, public and private. Study management as it is applied to marketing, finance, operations and information systems.
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
An excellent option for students who are not sure what to major in, or who have completed an associate degree at LCC, but family, work, money, time or other factors make it difficult to earn a bachelor's degree.
Students combine multiple areas such as communications, psychology, sociology, business, computer science into a comprehensive degree that is flexible, adaptable and engaging.
Eastern Washington University describes the degree as:
Ideal for students who prefer a multidisciplinary major, this option combines 60 upper division credits from two or three academic departments, programs or certificates. Multidisciplinary students follow the guidance of department chairs and the Interdisciplinary Studies Director to design their courses in an area in which a traditional major does not exist. The student's program of study emphasizes cognitive skills, theoretical and research abilities, and content knowledge that is thematically related to the student's career or graduate studies.
Why do employers like to hire students with a Bachelors of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies?
Successful graduates have acquired important skills that employers value, such as the ability to learn quickly, see connections among concepts and adapt to changing situations, leading to many employment opportunities.
Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology
This degree allows students to continue their education by taking additional advanced technology courses, general education coursework, and supporting courses to complete a bachelor of science degree.
Students who are completing (or plan to complete) the following two-year associate degrees at LCC are eligible to move directly into EWU's program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology.
- Information Technology Systems - Associate in Applied Science
- Information Technology Systems - Associate in Applied Science - Transfer
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