October 19, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment The Lubbock Christian University (LCU) has teamed with Deltak to offer students a few of the university’s classes online. Currently, the approximate enrollment at the school is 2,000 including 250 fully online students. Furthermore, LCU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. master’s degrees in leadership, human services and counseling as well as a bachelor’s in organizational management are among the school’s initial web-based offerings. College officials say the partnership will allow LCU to expand their reach in order to increase enrollment as well as develop its online courses to cater to the needs of its students. “It is exciting for us to have the opportunity to expand that mission beyond our regional presence and touch more of the world with the LCU experience,” said L. Ken Jones, President of LCU. “Their full-service approach and vast expertise in online education will be instrumental in achieving our objectives for many, many years.” According to a Babson-Sloan report, an estimated 25 percent of student are enrolled in at least one online course, and most higher education institutions suggest that increasing online classes and degree is critical for their long-term success.