Earn Your Associate’s Degree in Warren, PA: RRC’s Fall Semester Starts Soon!

Gannon University ECUAHave you been thinking about earning a college degree, but you need flexible scheduling and classes that are closer to home? If so, than the Rural Regional College of Northern Pennsylvania, partnership with Gannon University, may be right for you!

About the Program

Through this innovative partnership with Gannon, RRC is able to provide associates degrees for a total of $12,000 in tuition and fees for the entire 2 year period necessary to earn a degree. This is a significant cost reduction to what a Gannon University Degree typically costs, and is comparable to the cost for similar programming at community colleges.

Two degree options

  1. A.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies (formerly Liberal Arts)

  2. A.S. in Business Administration


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All classes are held during the evening hours. Specific times are different for each course – please check the schedule.

To Apply

Click the button below and download, print and fill out the application packet. Application deadline is July 31, 2017!

Classes begin the week of August 21, 2017

PSYC 101: First-Year Seminar (2 credits) The First-Year Seminar is a discussion/experience based course intended to orient the new student to Gannon University, to introduce the Liberal Studies Core and LIFECORE, to assist in the transition from high school to university life, and to encourage development of academic, personal and spiritual aspects of the student’s life. Each seminar is unique, depending upon the instructor and/or program in which it is offered. Thursdays; 6:30 – 8:20 pm

MATH 111: College Algebra (3 credits) Polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions and equations; systems of equations; matrices and determinants; sequences and series; binomial theorem. Prerequisite: High school algebra. Mondays & Wednesdays; 5:00 – 6:20 pm

LENG 111: College Composition (3 credits) The principles of logic, rhetoric, and language and their use in written discourse. Application of these theories to numerous reading and writing assignments. Much attention to basic writing skills. Tuesdays; 6:30 – 9:20 pm

SPCH 111: Public Speaking (3 credits) This course introduces both the theory and the practice of public speaking in a variety of contexts. Students will develop the communication skills necessary to analyze verbal discourse and perform effectively in a variety of public speaking situations. Mondays; 6:30 – 9:20 pm

CIS 150: Business Technology I (3 credits) A hands-on introduction to the application of        personal computers in a modern, networked business environment. Introduction to the Windows operating system, use of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and the components of Microsoft    Office, with particular emphasis on Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. Mondays & Wednesdays; 6:30 – 7:50 pm

BCOR 231: Business and Professional Communication (3 credits) A detailed study of the   various methods of communication used in the professions, business, and industry, for audiences both within and outside the organization. Numerous written exercises. (This course also listed as ENGL 212) Prerequisite: LENG 111, LENG 112. Wednesdays; 6:30 – 9:20 pm

PSYC 211: Psychological Statistics (3 credits) An introduction to frequency distributions, sampling distributions, t-tests, analysis of variance, correlation, linear regression, and non-parametric statistics. Tuesdays & Thursdays; 6:30 – 7:50 pm

BCOR 214: Principles of Accounting I (3 credits) This course introduces the main aspects of the accounting structure. The fundamental accounting principle is presented in the form of the balance sheet equation and is followed by the logical development of the subject of debits and credits, journal entries, special journals, and specific account classifications. The course provides a thorough review of how accounting transactions affect the financial statements and analysis of financial statement information. Prerequisite: BCOR 105, MATH 111. Tuesday & Thursdays; 5:00 – 6:20 pm

LPHI 235: Philosophy of Knowledge (3 credits) A study of the possibility and validity of human knowledge, together with the criteria of truth. Prerequisite: LPHI131. Tuesdays & Thursdays; 5:00 – 6:20 pm

Application Deadline is July 31, 2017!


For more information, please contact Jocelyn Hamilton Bash

at 814-603-1229 or email: jhamilton.bash@ecuapa.org.

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