Graduate Studies & Continuing Education
The Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education administers the College's three part-time graduate programs, the undergraduate program for part-time students, and summer sessions.
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MBA – Master of Business Administration
The MBA degree is a part-time program designed for the working adult. It is a 12 course/36 credit program that can be completed in 24-36 months. A Healthcare Management Concentration and a School Leadership Concentration are additional options within the MBA Program.
MSE – Master of Science Education
The MSE program provides the PDE required Instructional Level II certification credits for SAS and inclusive classrooms, graduate credits, and Act 48 credits through core courses as well as a variety of special topic seminars. Evening, day and summer classes are offered.
MME – Master of Music Education
The MME program provides the PDE required Instructional Level II certification credits for SAS and inclusive classrooms. Coursework can be completed in three years.
Part-time Undergraduate Degree Programs
Bachelor’s degrees can be completed in accounting, business administration, psychology, healthcare management; associates degrees in accounting, business and general studies. Day evening and summer courses are available. Transferable credits from regionally accredited colleges and possible credits for work/life experience.
High School Scholars Program
Qualified high school students may attend daytime classes during the fall and spring semesters at LVC. This program provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school at a reduced tuition cost.
Daniel Fox Youth Scholars Institute
A one-week, non-credit summer program that enables exceptional high school students to preview college life by taking intensive workshops in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities.
Summer Music Camp
A one-week, non-credit summer program for high school instrumentalists and vocalists (grades 9-12). The students receive individual and group instruction by LVC music department faculty .
Community Music Institute
CMI provides opportunities for private instrumental and voice instruction, recital venues, ensemble participation, and a full curricula of Kindermusik, a preschool group music instruction program.
Book reviews are held each summer at Mt. Gretna and Cornwall manor. They are free and open to the public. The reviews are done by LVC faculty.
Senior Citizens Scholar Program
Persons 62 years of age or older, can audit undergraduate courses offered on the LVC campus for $60 per course.
Humanities Building, Room 107
101 N. College Avenue
Annville, PA 17028
Phone: 717-867-6213 or toll free 1-877-877-0423
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