“We think attending LDS Business College is a wonderful opportunity for former PathwayConnect students, especially along the Wasatch Front, who want to further their education,” said LDS Business College President Bruce C. Kusch. “The per credit cost difference, this semester, is about 100 dollars. That can add up and deliver substantial educational value.”
LDS Business College expects significant growth in this area as PathwayConnect students take advantage of the educational value offered at the College.
With programs ranging from business, health professions, information technology, software development, interior design, paralegal studies, social media marketing and applied technology, there are many paths to earning a working wage in just one-to-two years.
LDSBC degree and certificate programs include options for students who plan to continue their education by pursuing a bachelor’s or other graduate degree. In fact, many LDSBC students will go on to receive a bachelor’s degree through BYU-Idaho online.
By studying at the Business College for a year or two, students have substantially less debt than their peers and become eligible for good paying jobs while they continue their educational pursuits.
The College helps graduates with access to internships and employment through valuable partnerships along the Wasatch Front. Classes are taught during daytime, nighttime and weekend hours, and also online, providing flexible options for any student.
The application process for PathwayConnect students is simple: Complete the PathwayConnect Program in the United States with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher, submit the LDSBC Admissions Application (including an ecclesiastical endorsement) and pay the $35 application fee.