LDS Business College knows the importance of getting an education. That’s why we provide learning that’s low in cost, high in value and that provides real job skills.
In 2019, the U.S. Department of Education named LDS Business College the most affordable private, not-for-profit, two-year school in the nation—based on tuition costs—as well as the school with the least expensive associate degrees in Utah.
“I really feel like I’m getting a low-cost education here at LDS Business College,” Lynzie Johnson said. “I’ve been fortunate enough to receive scholarships every semester and to pay for school without any help from my parents. I don’t have to worry about school overtaking my finances. It’s a really good balance between personal finances and then finances that invest in my future.”
“One thing I love about LDS Business College is how easy it is to pay for the quality of education that we get here,” Rafael Lopes said. “Being an international student, being low cost is important to me. I love the quality and affordability of the education I’m getting.”
LDS Business College prides itself in providing an education that is of high value. Our classes have a student-teacher ratio of 21:1, meaning an average of just 20 students per class.
Because close to 90% of our teachers are adjunct instructors with current industry knowledge, you know you’re learning the most up-to-date skills and techniques.
“I think LDS Business College has a high value because it has helped me become more self-sufficient at learning,” Oscar Briones said. “The teachers don’t just give you a bunch of information and tell you to find out things on your own. It not only helps you learn better, but it changes your habits. That helps you out in other aspects of your life such as work or relationships.”
“The values LDS Business College has provided me are the spiritual environment, the small classes and how the students work together to help each other succeed,” Joshalyn Kirkham said.
Real job skills.
Our goal at LDS Business College is to quickly and economically prepare you with the industry knowledge and workplace skills employers want. With that in mind, beginning in Fall 2019, LDSBC began requiring its students to complete an internship in order to graduate.
“LDS Business College is definitely work-oriented,” Ingrid Pagaza said. “We always work on real-life studies, and we only work towards those situations. It’s not hypothetical stuff. It’s very skill-oriented, and I love that. You get to learn and apply what you learn at the same time.”
“I love how LDS Business College gives me the chance to work with real projects,” Thabata Freitas said. “We don't go to class to learn the theory of things and then take a test on it. We work with real brands while in class which helps us feel prepared for when we go out in the workforce.”
Visit our website to discover how a degree at LDS Business College will help you prepare for your future. Our low-cost, high-value degrees will help you get the real job skills you need to succeed.
Enrollment for Winter 2020 is now open. Apply today!