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Bachelor's Degrees

Today, most employers require a bachelor's degree in a field related to your position, so earning your four-year degree is a must if you strive to become a successful professional. A bachelor's degree, or baccalaureate degree, usually takes about four years to complete.

Balancing family, work and school often prevents students from studying on a full-time basis. The UC degree programs are offered in accelerated (not accredited), online and hybrid formats.

Browse the categories below to find the bachelor's degree program that's right for you.

Area of Study Degree College/
University
Campus
Business Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The Accounting department at Albright College offers a major in accounting that prepares students for the CPA profession, careers in corporate, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, or graduate study. This is a twenty-four month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6-10 PM. Students would complete 48 credits in Accounting at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits). Students interested in taking the CPA would need to meet the 150 credit threshold as well as additional requirements.

Albright College

Bill Morrison
Enrollment Advisor
bmorrison@alb.edu
610-566-1342

Alison Baker
abaker@alb.edu
215-674-1581

Central & West
Campuses
Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

The Albright College bachelor's degree in Business Administration prepares students for a wide variety of careers in finance, banking, marketing and management. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program. If you are looking for an MBA, Albright College has a number of articulation agreements established with regional graduate schools for students to achieve this goal. This is a 24-month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6–10 p.m. Students would complete 48 credits in Business Administration at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits).

Albright College

Bill Morrison
Enrollment Advisor
bmorrison@alb.edu
610-566-1342

Alison Baker
abaker@alb.edu
215-674-1581

Central & West
Campuses
Education Bachelor of Science in Career and Technical Education

Students may work toward a degree while continuing to teach in Pennsylvania schools. Some classes may be offered online.

Temple University

William Parshall
Executive Director, Extension Services
william.parshall@temple.edu
215-204-1421

West Campus
General Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Leadership Studies

The goal of the Leadership Studies major is to address key issues most important for leaders in today's corporate and non-profit arenas. These areas include ethics, globalization, rapid scientific and social change, advances in technology (knowledge management, for example), and growing diversity in the workforce, clients, strategic partners, and the community. It prepares students for careers in fields such as consulting, operations, human resources, and marketing.

Villanova University

Brandon Dorfman
Associate Director Part Time Studies
brandon.dorfman@villanova.edu
610-519-4306

West Campus
Health Sciences Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Science

Alvernia's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Science is an excellent program for those students who are already working in an allied healthcare field. The blended online format of course delivery is conducive to family and work schedules. The primary goal of the program is to provide a rigorous curriculum that will build upon entry-level professional training and position one for career advancement in the healthcare environment.

Alvernia University

Mary Arbogast
Nursing and Healthcare Outreach Coordinator
mary.arbogast@alvernia.edu
610-796-8429

West Campus
Health Sciences Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The RN to BSN Program is designed to prepare Registered Nurses to integrate values, skills, knowledge, and ethical standards of the nursing profession into their nursing practice. The blended online format of course delivery is conducive to family and work schedules. Graduates will develop and enhance their expertise to deliver healthcare to individuals, families and community groups in a wide range of healthcare environments.

Alvernia University

Mary Arbogast
Nursing and Healthcare Outreach Coordinator
mary.arbogast@alvernia.edu
610-796-8429

West Campus
Social Sciences Bachelor of Science in Crime and Justice

The Albright College bachelor’s degree in Crime & Justice involves an analysis of criminal deviance and its roots, plus an in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system's successes and failures. Unlike other criminal justice programs, students are not trained specifically for police work. Rather, students are educated in the academic study of crime, criminology and justice in preparation for a variety of careers within the Criminal Justice system. If you are looking for a Master's in Crime & Justice or law school, Albright College has a number of articulation agreements established with regional graduate schools and have students pursue a law degree after this program. This is a twenty-four month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6-10 PM. Students would complete 48 credits in Crime & Justice at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits).

Albright College

Bill Morrison
Enrollment Advisor
bmorrison@alb.edu
610-566-1342

Alison Baker
abaker@alb.edu
215-674-1581

Central & West
Campuses
Social Sciences Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior

The Albright College bachelor's degree in Organizational Behavior/Applied Psychology prepares students for a wide variety of careers in social services, management, human resources, training and development. This major also provides a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program, specifically due to the research emphasis within the degree. If you are looking for a graduate degree, Albright College has a number of articulations agreements established with regional graduate schools for students to achieve this goal. This is a twenty-four month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6-10 PM. Students would complete 48 credits in Organizational Behavior/Applied Psychology at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits).

Albright College

Bill Morrison
Enrollment Advisor
bmorrison@alb.edu
610-566-1342

Alison Baker
abaker@alb.edu
215-674-1581

Central & West
Campuses
Social Sciences Bachelor of Science in Human Services

This program prepares students for a career working in agencies and organizations such as schools, social service agencies, mental health centers, courts, crisis counseling centers, residential treatment facilities and hospitals that are dedicated to providing help for others. In these settings, human service professionals provide a broad range of services to individuals, families and groups including advocacy, case management, and networking. The comprehensive curriculum also prepares you for continued graduate studies.

Chestnut Hill College

Catherine Kushnerick
Off-Site Coordinator
kushnerickC@chc.edu
610.718.1931

Central & West
Campuses
Technology Bachelor of Science in Information Systems & Management

The Albright College bachelor's degree in Information Systems & Management is designed for business managers who require a foundation in information systems, information systems professionals who need to better understand business principles to succeed in leadership and management roles, and those who otherwise aspire to become well versed in both disciplines while earning a bachelor’s degree. This is a 24-month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6–10 p.m. Students would complete 48 credits in Information Systems & Management at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits).

Albright College

Bill Morrison
Enrollment Advisor
bmorrison@alb.edu
610-566-1342

Alison Baker
abaker@alb.edu
215-674-1581

Central & West
Campuses