Academic Policies and Regulations
Academic requirements and regulations of Lindsey Wilson College
are published in this catalog, The Student Handbook, and
in other College announcements. Throughout their period of
enrollment at the College, students must know and observe the
requirements of the curriculum in which they are enrolled as well
as general academic policies and other regulations of the
Lindsey Wilson College offers programs in different formats and
schedules. Calendars are located at the back of the
The A.P. White Campus
in Columbia Undergraduate Program
This program offers traditional day classes and online
classes. Undergraduate programs operate on a semester system.
The two full-length terms of the regular academic year are a fall
semester and spring semester. Summer sessions are offered to
provide convenient choices for students who wish to accelerate
degree completion or who are enrolled in year-round programs.
The summer term includes fifteen-week, eight-week, and three-week
sessions. A three-week, winter intersession is also offered,
during which students may take up to three credit hours.
AIM Program (Adults In
The AIM program is a career-oriented program offered in the
evenings at the A.P. White Campus in Columbia and the Scottsville
campus that is structured for adults to earn a college degree while
balancing their everyday demands. AIM courses are offered in
eight-week and sixteen-week sessions. Both seated and online
classes are available. Bachelor's degrees at the Columbia
campus are offered in Business Administration, Communication, and
Human Services & Counseling. At the Scottsville campus,
students may pursue an associate's degree in Business Management or
bachelor's degrees in Business Administration or Human Services
& Counseling. AIM also offers general education courses
for adult learners.
Lindsey Wilson College's online programs allow students to earn
the following degrees:
- Associate of Arts in Business Management or Criminal
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (emphasis in
Marketing or Management), Criminal Justice, Human Services &
Counseling, Sustainability & Energy Applications, or *User
- *RN BSN;
- *Master of Arts in Interactive Design;
- Master of Education in Counseling & Human
- *Master of Education Teacher as Leader; and
- *Master of Business Administration (emphasis in General
Business or Lean Systems). Lean Systems is a hybrid program.
Components of lean courses are offered at a specified
location and not online.
*Offered exclusively online.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Dennis Robinson,
the Director of Online Education, or Ms. Sandy Moore, Online
Admissions Counselor, at (270) 384-8224.
Lindsey Wilson College's PhD program in Counselor Education
& Supervision is offered through the A.P. White Campus in
Columbia. Using a cohort-based model, it operates on a
trimester or year-round schedule with students taking six to nine
hours of coursework per semester. Students remaining in
sequence may complete the program in three to four years.
The College's MEd program in Counseling & Human Development
operates on a trimester or year-round
schedule with most classes being taught evenings or weekends.
It is offered both at the A.P. White Campus in Columbia
and at most of the community campuses.
The MBA program includes an emphasis area, general business,
that may be completed fully online, and a hybrid lean systems
emphasis. MBA courses are offered during the fall, spring,
and summer terms.
The online graduate programs in Teacher as Leader (MEd) and
Interactive Design (MA) operate on a year-round schedule.