Annette Muth meets with business student.
The Penn State Associate Degree in Business Administration (2BACC) offers students a managerially-oriented program emphasizing communication and mathematical skills, socially relevant course work, and advanced courses in business.
The 2BACC degree prepares students for a professional career in today's business environment. The 60-credit program is designed to broaden the student's business and general education perspectives. Students may choose to pursue this degree on a full-time or part-time basis. Courses are offered to allow students to complete the degree entirely during day or evening hours.
Upon completion of the associate degree program, the graduate may choose either to enter the job market directly or pursue a baccalaureate degree in a program such as the four-year Business program offered at Penn State DuBois.
What you will learn:
Communicating effectively - written and oral
Understanding and applying business concepts
Utilizing contemporary business technology
Ability to adapt quickly to new situations and effectively assume responsibility
Working in and leading teams
Quantitative and analytical reason skills
Graduates of the program have found employment in a wide range of positions such as:
Assistant Marketing Director
Assistant Store Manager
- Associate Degree Business
- Baccalaureate Degree Business