LCC summer classes are completely online, in an accelerated 8-week format and easily transfer to most colleges and universities. While many schools offer online options, LCC is unmatched student support, offers lower tuition rates and classes are taught by faculty with years of online teaching experience.
Summer 2020 Semester Transfer Courses
|ACCG210||Principles of Financial Accg|
|ACCG211||Principles of Managerial Accg|
|BUSN118||Introduction to Business|
|CHEM151||General Chemistry Lecture I|
|CHEM152||General Chemistry Lecture II|
|CHEM182||Introductory Organic Chemistry|
|COMM 130||Fund of Public Speaking|
|ECON201||Principles of Economics-Micro|
|ECON202||Principles of Economics-Macro|
|FREN 121||Elementary French I|
|GEOG200||World Regional Geography|
|GRMN 121||Elementary German I|
|HIST211||U.S. History to 1877|
|HIST212||U.S. History: 1877 to Present|
|HUMS213||World Civilizations to 1600|
|HUMS214||World Civilizations from 1600|
|JAPN 121||Elementary Japanese I|
|MGMT225||Principles of Mgmt/Leadership|
|MUSC 199||Music Appreciation|
|PHIL101||Introduction to Philosophy|
|PHIL151||Intro to Logic & Critcal Think|
|PHYS221||Introductory Physics I|
|PHYS251||Physics I with Calculus|
|PHYS252||Physics II with Calculus|
|POLS120||American Political System|
|POLS201||Intro to Political Science|
|PSYC200||Introduction to Psychology|
|RELG150||Intro to World Religions|
|SOCL120||Introduction to Sociology|
|SPAN 121||Elementary Spanish I|
|SPAN 122||Elementary Spanish II|
|SPAN 202||Intermediate Spanish II|
|STAT215||Intro to Probability and Stats|
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Before you register for classes, you have a few things to do. Choose your student type below to get started.
New, first-time applicants to LCC should apply online, visit campus and meet with the admissions team in the StarZone at the Downtown Campus. Expert staff will guide you through the admissions processes and help you plan your academic journey.
Applicants who have taken courses or earned degrees from other colleges or universities should apply online, submit transcripts to LCC and meet with an advisor to discuss credit equivalencies.
Active and former military members and their dependents should contact LCC’s Gold Star Status Veterans Affairs Department. Expert staff members help you navigate through complex benefits processes and help you discover college credits earned for serving our country.
Applicants who are admitted into the U.S. in a temporary, non-resident status (any type of visa) are considered international students. Refugees, immigrants or resident aliens (green card) are not considered international students.
High school and home schooled students who are interested in taking LCC courses are considered dual enrolled students. Let us help you get a head start on your college journey.