The Latter Day Saints Business College (LDSBC) offers a host of degrees in business, information technology, and healthcare disciplines.
The Business Department at the LDS Business College offers associate degrees and certificates in accounting, professional sales and Windows administration. The associate degree program offers courses in interpersonal communications, financial accounting and business writing.
The Interior Design Department offers associate degrees and certificates in interior design. Courses in this program include drafting, historical furnishings and computer design. Students must submit a color board prior to acceptance into the program.
Medical concentrations available at LDSBC include medical assisting, medical coding and medical transcription. The executive medical assistant program offers courses in medical terminology, skill building and psychology.
LDSBC requires all students to take eight credit hours of religion before graduating with an associates degree.
LDSBC offers a General Studies Transfer Degree that is transferable to all four-year institutions in Utah that are accredited by the Northwest Association of School and Colleges and Universities. Courses in this program include college writing, personal finance math and intro to quantitative analysis.
LDSBC is accredited by the Commission on College and Universities of the Northwest Association of Schools.
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Prospective students must submit an official school application. Students must also submit a Student Commitments and Confidential Report. If the students is part of the Latter Day Saints, they must interview with their bishop and stake president; if not, they must meet with a clergy member of their own faith and submit a form. There is also a nonrefundable application fee.
The school would also like ACT/SAT results and evidence of English proficiency if it is not the native tongue.
Students must fill out a FAFSA for financial aid consideration. LDSBC also offers grants, loans and scholarships.
Scholarships include the Stella Harris Oaks Horizons of Hope Scholarship and the Service Scholarship.
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LDS Business College was founded in 1886 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The school is owned and operated by the Church of Latter Day Saints and is part of the Brigham Young University system of schools.
The school currently enrolls close to 1400 students. There are career services to help students find employment after graduation, and a state-of-the-art library on campus.
Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city in Utah with over 180,000 residents. It is currently a thriving industrial banking center and was the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Salt Lake City is home to the Church History Museum of the Latter Day Saints. The city is also home to the University of Utah.
The Utah Arts Festival has been held annually in Salt Lake City since 1977. The event brings around 80,000 people and is headquartered in nearby Park City, Utah.
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