ABE at Lincoln/Springfield

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Complete your bachelor’s degree in business one night a week and online in Lincoln

The Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) program is designed to provide an opportunity for you to complete your bachelor’s degree without having to put your life on hold. You can earn your bachelor’s degree in a program designed for busy working adults. Finish your degree while maintaining your career and personal life!

The ABE program will offer classes toward the Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management one night a week, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. supplemented by online learning at the Lincoln College Campus in Lincoln, IL.

Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management curriculum overview

Several business courses are required for both the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration degrees so students in the Lincoln/Springfield area can take hybrid business courses in Lincoln along with other courses toward those degrees via webcam to complete their degree without driving to Normal or Peoria.

ABE Program at a Glance

Here are just a few highlights of what the ABE program offers.

  • Earn up to 27 credit hours per year by attending one class one night a week over a five-week session on the Lincoln College campus supplemented by online learning
  • Dedicated faculty who understand the pressure of working & attending college and will work with you every step of the way
  • An academic advisor to guide you through the entire program from start to finish
  • Affordable tuition rate of $310/credit hour
  • Credit for prior learning for work related certifications is available
  • Convenient payment plans are available

If you like more information, please contact

Kaylee Kurtz

(309) 268-4322


or complete an inquiry form .

In addition to ABE’s satellite location for business courses in Lincoln, we offer accelerated hybrid evening classes in Normal, in Peoria in cooperation with Illinois Central College , in Oglesby in cooperation with Illinois Valley Community College, and via webcam classes for some majors.