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The programs at Lansdale School of Business are organized into four divisions as follows:

 

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Each division consists of several programs of study. These programs are organized into either Specialized Associate Degree programs or Diploma programs.

Specialized Associate Degree Programs

To achieve the curriculum goals and objectives, the Specialized associate degree programs have been divided into four separate components. The centerpiece of the academic program is the core curriculum. This consists of 18 credits of courses which the institution has determined is critical to successful employment in the fields of study offered and is required of all Specialized associate degree graduates.


An additional 16 credits of general education courses are required in order to provide a well-rounded curriculum for all graduates. Eight of these credits are specific in requirement with the remaining eight being comprised of any remaining general education courses, one of which must be a psychology course. All general education courses are identified with an asterisk in the course description section of the catalog.


An additional 4 credits are maintained as division requirements. These courses are the same for all Specialized associate degree programs within the division.


The remaining 32 credits are allocated to specific requirements of the program. These courses are designed to provide skills and knowledge directed to success in the program of study.


Diploma Programs

Diploma programs are 30, 40 or 42 credits and consist mostly of concentration courses. 


Applicable to All Programs

Some programs contain a component called related course requirements.  This requirement can be satisfied by any other course in the LSB catalog for which the student has had any required pre-requisite courses. The Academic Dean guides the student in making a choice that will best satisfy the student's personal or career goals. The final decision rests with the Academic Dean.


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NRCMA Certification Test Dates

If you wish to take one of the certification tests, you must notify Donna Romano three weeks before the payment deadline for an application.

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Classes Begin

The November Term 2017 classes begin
November 13, 2017
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LSB to Host THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY PARALEGAL ASSOCIATION April CLE Seminar

April 19, 2017, 6:00 p.m.

Lansdale School of Business

400 Franklin Avenue, Franklin Commons

Phoenixville, PA  19460


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Lansdale School of Business is honored with Century Award

 

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[LSB testimonials]

I was interested in LSB because it was a small school with flexible schedules so I could tend to my family's needs. I am soon to graduate and just completed my externship at a Dermatologist's office where I have accepted a position as a Medical Assistant. I am so happy with what I learned at LSB, and though it was challenging, it was well worth it.

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LSB provides a well-rounded program with diversity in the courses offered. I've been introduced to many areas within the Legal field that I'll encounter when job searching. The Instructors offer excellent expertise and use their own personal industry examples to help students learn. A mock trial in Criminal Law class allowed students to participate in a trial officiated by a Professional Judge. It's been a life changing experience and has opened my eyes to a different world of learning and an understanding of the need for Community legal aid.

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I mostly like the small class sizes and the easy interaction with Faculty. After graduating I plan to continue my studies as a Forensic Accountant. LSB has prepared me to make my dreams a reality.

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