In a fast-paced, money-driven culture, it may seem difficult to find a way to make a difference as a professional. But there are numerous non-profit organizations making an impact on a daily basis.
The quality and attention of your LeTourneau professors means you'll gain the expert nonprofit management instruction typically reserved for the graduate level - there are just a handful of similar programs in the country!
All courses are taught with a focus on ethics and socially responsible leadership. You'll graduate ready to launch a career that puts both your business skills and your compassion for people and service organizations to use.
Courses are generally taken one at a time and last from three to seven weeks. Coursework begins on Monday each week, with most assignments due by Sunday at midnight.
If you have earned college credit from an institution accredited by one of the six U.S. regional accrediting associations, you may transfer that credit to LETU. The unit of credit at LETU is the semester hour. Quarter hours will transfer at the ratio of two semester hours for every three quarter hours earned.
LETU only accepts courses that carry a grade of at least a C or its equivalent for transfer credit. If transferred courses are applicable to your LETU degree program, they will be accepted as credits that help meet graduation requirements.
LeTourneau University participates in the Texas common course numbering, which makes finding comparable courses easy. Keep in mind that a course may transfer even if it does not have a common course number, so contact your academic advisor with questions.