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We are privileged to have students come to Leavell College from all over the world. The application process for International Students requires a few additional steps if you would like to attend classes in the United States.
Currently, seven majors are being offered for those pursuing a BA:
Leavell College also offers several Associate Degrees. The Associate Degrees are designed to prepare students for ministry. All classes taken in completion of the Associate Degrees are transferable to a Bachelor Degree.
Specifically geared for students who do not have a high school diploma or GED but would like to achieve seminary training.
The Leavell College Certificate is an 18 hour certificate aimed at providing a foundation for students not currently enrolled in seminary training. These courses are the same level as undergraduate courses and transfer in directly to the Bachelors or Associates. The certificates offered are:
We at Leavell College understand that life can make taking classes hard. We provide many different ways to take classes. One of the best parts about these class taking methods is that you are able take a variety of formats together. This means that you can take a hybrid, internet, and traditional class in the same semester if that works best for you. You will be sure to find a way that works with your busy schedule.
Our traditional courses provide students with the opportunity to sit in a classroom with fellow students and learn from our faculty in a traditional setting. These courses are offered Monday through Friday in a block scheduling format.
Our online classes make distance learning easy and accessible for students all over the world. Students can take classes online without ever having to leave their ministry setting. A Bachelors and Associates can be completed in the online format.
Leavell College has undergraduate extension centers throughout the southeastern region. This is a great way to have traditional class interaction while remaining in your ministry setting. You can access the Extension Center Website here.
These classes are a unique blend of traditional classes and internet course work. Classes meet once a month during the semester for extended classroom sessions with face to face interaction. The majority of assignments and coursework are completed online.
Intensives are offered at various times throughout the school year. Intensives meet for one week only. These classes involve pre-work and post-work assignments. These are sometimes in the classroom setting or conference formats. This is a great way for students to complete a course in one week!
Our newest way of taking classes include mentoring classes. These classes provide a real world experience in a practical ministry setting. Students meet with a mentor of their choice on a weekly, participate in ministry on a regular basis and submit reading assignments online. Students can take this course up to 3 times and actually minor in Mentoring.
No, you can take classes as a non-degree seeking, or transient, student. You can take classes without having to work toward a degree. Please contact us if you have any questions about being a non-degree student. You can apply here.
If you have additional questions about the courses being offered or how they will fit into the curriculum, please contact the undergraduate office at 1-504-282-4455 ext 8590. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org