Bachelor's Degree Programs

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Lake Tahoe Community College has partnered with Sierra Nevada College, Brandman University and Washington State University Global Campus to offer competitively priced degree options that can be earned on LTCC's South Shore campus! Through our University Partners, students can earn degrees in global business management, psychology, liberal studies, applied studies, hospitality business management, a master’s in education, and earn multiple discipline teaching credentials.

Designed as the hub for access to higher education, the Lisa Maloff University Center brings the most modern and effective instructional, multimedia and telecommunications equipment to engage students with. The design of the 7000-square-foot University Center weaves mountain modern elements and upscale touches with abundant natural light to create bright and airy spaces for students to gather. In addition to the classrooms, the building offers a breakout room that can be utilized by students enrolled in classes at the University Center.

 

Scholarships


 

Thanks to another generous donation from Lisa Maloff, we are proud to announce the new Maloff Scholars program, which will provide financial assistance to students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the Lisa Maloff University Center (LMUC). The intent of the scholarship is to provide ten $2,000 awards to eligible students entering a bachelor’s degree program with a partner institution at Lake Tahoe Community College’s LMUC.

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must:

  • Enroll full time in a bachelor’s degree program at the LMUC. Students seeking a graduate degree are not eligible at this time.
  • Complete the LTCC Common Application.
  • Write a one-page letter explaining how they will use their education to continue Lisa’s legacy of giving back to the community.
  • Significant preference will be given to LTCC alumni who have graduated from LTCC within the previous year (graduation date any time after July 1, 2018 for Fall 2019 awards).

Students applying for the scholarship must write a one-page letter explaining how they intend to carry on Lisa Maloff’s legacy of giving back, and particularly to those in need. Lisa has become known as the “Angel of Tahoe” due to her spirit of giving and generous donations to the community. Students must demonstrate how, through their education at the LMUC, they intend to give back to the community and create a better world for those around them.

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 3 at 4pm. Applicants can either submit their paperwork in person to Financial Aid, located in LTCC’s One-Stop Office in the Main Building Commons, or they can email their application to ramirez@ltcc.edu. For more information, call Interim Director of Financial Aid America Ramirez at (530) 541-4660 ext. 237.

The LTCC Common Application can be found online, in the LTCC One-Stop Office in the Main Building Commons, in the Lisa Maloff University Center, and through the person of contact for each of the partner institutions.

The contacts are: 

Lake Tahoe Community College
América Ramirez
(530) 541-4660 x 237
 
Brandman University
Amy Crown
(916) 789-6901
 
Sierra Nevada College
Lilia Sanz-Parsi
(530) 541-4660 x 117
 
Washington State University
Dr. Nancy Swanger
(509) 335-2443

 

Thanks to generous donors’ contributions to the Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) Foundation, we are proud to announce the new University Center Foundation Scholarship program, which will provide financial assistance to students who are pursuing an advanced degree at the Lisa Maloff University Center (LMUC). The intent of the scholarship is to provide twenty $1,000 awards to eligible students entering a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or teaching credential (advance degree) program with a partner institution at Lake Tahoe Community College’s LMUC. 

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must:

  • Enroll full time or partime in an advanced degree program at the LMUC
  • Complete the LTCC Common Application
  • Significant preference will be given to LTCC alumni who have graduated from LTCC within the previous year (graduation date any time after July 1, 2018 for Fall 2019 awards)
  • Scholarship award is contingent upon enrollment with a LMUC partner institution Fall 2019

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 1 at 4pm. Applicants can either submit their paperwork in person to Financial Aid, located in LTCC’s One-Stop Office in the Main Building Commons, or they can email their application to ramirez@ltcc.edu. For more information, call Interim Director of Financial Aid America Ramirez at (530) 541-4660 ext. 237.

The LTCC Common Application can be found online, in the LTCC One-Stop Office in the Main Building Commons, in the Lisa Maloff University Center, and through the person of contact for each of the partner institutions.

The contacts for each institution are:

Lake Tahoe Community College
América Ramirez
(530) 541-4660 x 237
 
Brandman University
Amy Crown
(916) 789-6901
 
Sierra Nevada College
Lilia Sanz-Parsi
(530) 541-4660 x 117
 
Washington State University
Dr. Nancy Swanger
(509) 335-2443

 

 

Programs


 

 

Sierra Nevada College LogoLTCC has partnered with Sierra Nevada College since 2016 to bring degrees in Global Business Management and Psychology to the South Shore. With your first two years spent studying at LTCC, the total cost for these three four-year degree programs can be under $20K for California residents. For more information or to apply for a bachelor's degree program through SNC, head to Sierra Nevada College's SNC at LTCC webpage.

Start Dates
• Summer 2019 start date: May 13

NEW! Thanks to a generous donor, SNC is now offering twenty $10,000 scholarships to students attending one of their two community college extension centers this fall - including the Lisa Maloff University Center at LTCC! Read about these new scholarship opportunities online! To apply, contact SNC Enrollment Advisor Lilia Sanz-Parsi at lsanzparsi@sierranevada.edu, or call (530) 541-4660, ext.117.

Programs

  • Global Business Management / Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Psychology / Bachelor of Arts
 
 

Brandman University LogoIn March 2018, LTCC added Brandman University, a private non-profit institution, as a partner to offer a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies starting Fall 2018. This program prepares students to enter into a multiple subject or special education teaching credential, providing a pathway for local students to achieve both the degree and credential needed to become a teacher. Brandman University has a liberal transfer policy to help you transfer credits from LTCC and other WASC-accredited institutions. The goal is to prepare you to finish your BA degree in two years or less, so you can move quickly into the teacher credentialing program. 

Start Dates
• Spring Session II 2019 start date: March 11
• Summer Session I 2019 start date: May 6
• Summer Session II 2019 start date: July 1

Brandman University is offering this new degree pathway with a scholarship in the form of a tuition discount for all LTCC students and alums. Students can earn this degree for as little as $14,400 and up to $23,000 depending on how many units they earn through LTCC, their eligibility for further financial aid and scholarships, and other factors.

Program

  • Liberal Studies (pathway to teaching credential) / Bachelor of Arts
  • Applied Studies (pathway to teaching credential) / Bachelor of Arts
  • Multiple Discipline Teaching Credential (launches Fall 2019)
  • Education / Master of Arts
  • Doctor of Education / Organizational Leadership (launches Fall 2019)

Get more information! Call (916) 789-6901, visit the Brandman website, or email Amy Crown at acrown@brandman.edu or Barbara Bartels at bartels@brandman.edu

 

Washington State University logo

LTCC entered into an agreement with Washington State University, a top-tiered research university, in November 2018 to offer a degree in Hospitality Business Management (HBM) through WSU Global Campus.

A hospitality business management degree is ideal for those interested in careers in casino, hotel and restaurant management, tourism, event planning, operations, and sales. At WSU you will engage in real-world learning and be fully prepared for success in the hospitality industry by the time you graduate.

Students currently can take all their courses online or streamed live, and WSU is planning to offer face-to-face courses on the LTCC campus beginning Fall 2019. Other opportunities to interact with HBM faculty will include seminars and workshops, both in person and online. Students can participate in study abroad as well.

WSU’s School of Hospitality Business Management, established in 1932, ranks among the top programs in the nation and is part of WSU’s AACSB-accredited Carson College of Business. Students in the program are eligible to apply for financial aid, and WSU’s School of Hospitality Business Management awards over $125,000 in scholarships annually.

Complete your first two years at LTCC, earning a business transfer AA degree, then apply for admission to WSU Global Campus. Applications are currently being accepted for admission to WSU Global Campus for Summer or Fall 2019.

Start Dates
• Summer 2019 start date: May 6
• Fall 2019 start date: August 19

Call (509) 335-5766, email ltcc.shbm@wsu.edu or visit the WSU Global Campus Hospitality Business Management webpage for more information and to apply.

 

Why Get Your Bachelor's at LTCC?

  • LEARN WHERE YOU LIVEUniversity Center Commons

    All courses in these programs are taught at the Lisa Maloff University Center on LTCC's South Shore campus. Online options provide extra flexibility. Straightforward credit transfers and coordinated program curriculum.

  • PREPARE FOR SUCCESS!

    Study with faculty who teach from personal experience, emphasizing hands-on learning and practical applications for 21st century careers. Your degree will either come from Sierra Nevada College, an accredited, private, non-profit college, that is recognized for its entrepreneurial spirit and student achievement, or from Brandman University, a private, non-profit college with an outstanding degree completion rate that focuses on providing affordable, flexible options for working adults.

  •  VALUE IN EDUCATION

    Discounted tuition rates. Transfer your credits and pay only for the courses you need to graduate. With your first two years spent studying at LTCC, the total cost for any of these four-year degree programs can be under $25K for California residents. Financial aid, scholarships and student work opportunities are available!

 

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