Have 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
A.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies (formerly Liberal Arts)
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.
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Classes begin in January!
PSYC 111: Introduction to Psychology (3 credits) A survey of the use of psychological analysis to under-stand behavior in a variety of domains. Standard introductory topics include: Methodology; Physiological Foun-dations; Development; Sensation-Perception; Learning; Motivation/Emotion; Social Psychology; Personality and Abnormal Behavior. TH 6:30-9:20pm
BCOR 112: Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits) This course seeks to develop an understanding of macroeconomic issues and theory and their application to current problem areas such as unemployment, eco-nomic growth and inflation. Prerequisite: High School Algebra T/TH 5-6:20pm
BIOL 103: Environmental Issues (3 credits) This course is a study of our environment and some of the inter-actions between humans and their surroundings. The course analyzes through an interdisciplinary approach how humans and their social institutions interact with physical and biological systems of the environment. The course surveys the most urgent environmental health problems facing humanity today. T/W 5-6:20pm
BCOR 215: Principles of Accounting II (3 credits) This course continues the focus on the application of accounting principles inside the enterprise, i.e, the proprietorship, the partnership, and the corporation. An additional focus is the use of accounting information to better aid in the planning, controlling, and evaluation of company performance. These additional topics include budgeting, job costing, and break-even analysis. Pre-requisite: BCOR 214. M/W 6:30-7:50pm
BCOR 240: Marketing in the Global Environment (3 credits) This course helps students to understand and apply the fundamentals of marketing from a global perspective. The major strategic decisions of marketing are covered including capturing marketing insights, connecting with customers, shaping market offerings, deliver-ing and communicating value, and creating successful long term growth. Prerequisites: BCOR 105 and BCOR 111 M/W 8-9:20pm
BCOR 105: Foundations of the Business Enterprise (3 credits) This is the gateway course to the business program and helps students to gain a solid understanding of the components of a business, its external envi-ronment, and the interactions between them. M 6:30-9:20pm
SOCI 110: Basic Sociology (3 credits) This course is intended as a general introduction to sociology, i.e., a scientific focus on society, groups, and social behavior. Its purpose is to develop in the student a greater ca-pacity to interpret and evaluate the social world. T 6:30 –9:20 pm
LTHE 225: The Protestant Tradition (3 credits) A study of the development of Christianity with special em-phasis on the Protestant Reformation and the thinking of significant contemporary Protestant theologians. Prerequisite: LTHE 121 W 6:30-9:20pm
LTHE 121: Introduction to Sacred Scripture (3 credits) A study of the Christian concept of God’s self-revelation in the history of Israel and climactically in the person and redemptive work of Jesus Christ. TH 6:30-9:20pm
LENG 112: Critical Analysis and Composition (3 credits) Development of the reading, research, and writ-ing skills needed to use library resources to solve problems in a variety of disciplines, and relate these solu-tions to appropriate audiences. Prerequisite: LENG 111 online
LPHI 237: Philosophy of Ethical Responsibility (3 credits) The subject matter of ethics is “the good life and how to live it.” Students will examine a variety of influential approaches to ethics, and will gain skill in applying ethical theory both to practical ethical issues in daily life, and to some of the urgent ethical issues in contemporary society. Prerequisite: LPHI 131 T 6:30 – 9:20 p.m.
For more information, please contact Jocelyn Hamilton Bash
at 814-603-1229 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.