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At Penn College, we do business differently. You won’t learn foundations or theories strictly from a textbook. Our hands-on approach gets you thinking and doing. Sure, you’ll dig into core business principles in the classroom. But the real learning happens when you put those ideas to practice through lab exercises and collaborative assignments. This interactive program promotes problem solving, sharpens critical thinking, and prepares tomorrow’s leaders for the real world.
Want to focus on a specific area of business? Narrow your focus with an optional specialization in: Banking & Finance, Digital Marketing/Marketing, Healthcare Management, Management, or Sport & Event Management.
Careers options will vary based upon chosen specialization, but may include:
At Penn College, we believe your educational experience should go beyond specialized skills. Real-world ready means taking a broader approach that builds communication skills, inspires collaboration, and encourages exploration of arts, history, and science.
Specialization requires in-depth knowledge and high-level proficiency. Students learn and apply major-specific concepts, skills, and methods.
Perspectives are points of view, offering a variety of ways of understanding, interacting, and influencing the world. Students identify, explain, and utilize the approaches used by academics and professionals to study, analyze, or understand problems, and offer solutions.
Foundations are the practical, intellectual, and social skills: communication, collaboration, critical and ethical thinking, quantitative thinking, and technological literacy that are crucial to every student at every stage of education and at every stage of life.
This program allows, but does not require, students to select one of five specialization tracks described below.
Students selecting this option take business track electives in computerized accounting, principles of banking, financial planning, investments, retirement and insurance planning, and international finance.
ACC 201 Computerized Accounting
FIN 150 Principles of Banking
FIN 305 Fundamentals of Financial Planning
FIN 360 Investments
FIN 395 Retirement and Insurance Planning
FIN 370 Money and Banking or FIN 450 International Finance
Students selecting this specialization take business track electives in social media, international marketing, marketing research, advertising, digital marketing, and marketing data analysis.
BIM 120 Social Media in Business and Society
MKT 310 International Marketing
MKT 320 Marketing Research
MKT 330 Advertising
MKT 360 Introduction to Digital Marketing
MKT 365 Marketing Data Analysis
Students selecting this option take business track electives in supervision and leadership, healthcare systems and administration, quality assurance, and healthcare ethics and policy.
MGT248 Supervision & Human Relations
HTH311 Medical Practice Administration
HTH325 Healthcare Delivery Systems
HTH332 Quality Assurance for Healthcare Workers
HTH382 Ethical & Legal Issues Related to Medicine
Students selecting this option take business track electives in small business management, supervision, international business, leadership, customer relations in management, and forensic accounting.
ACC 470 Forensic Accounting
MGT 216 International Business
MGT 248 Supervision and Human Relations
MGT 249 Small Business Management
MGT 325 Leadership
MKT 350 Customer Relationship Management
Students selecting this option take business track electives in professional event planning, sport management, economies of sports and events, event management and coordination, event promotion, and issues in sport and event management.
FHD 278 Professional Event Planning
MKT 314 Event Promotion
SEM 305 Sport Management
SEM 312 Economies of Sports and Events
SEM 325 Event Management and Coordination
SEM 405 Issues in Sport and Event Management
We recognize you may have goals related to businesses and industries in which you are already involved or interested. This degree allows you to work with your faculty advisor to select coursework from a wide variety of electives that will focus on the skills and abilities you need.
A multi-use collaborative space, the Innovation Lab is a hub for creative problem solving and team building projects.
Study the ins and outs of finance. Investigate fraud and risk behavior with SAS software, and explore cyber security in our collaborative learning lab.
Student-athlete Dean Fulton is no stranger to hard work. In the classroom and on the trails, he's committed to giving his all. In this Wildcat Spotlight, you’ll meet our very own trailblazer. Learn what fuels his passion for perfection. And hear why it's so easy to call Penn College home.
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Undergraduate Open House
Saturday, February 24 8:30 AM - 3 PM
Undergraduate Open House
Sunday, April 7 8:30 AM - 3 PM
Penn College's strong partnerships impact every step of your journey – from your first day in the classroom and labs, to career placement (oftentimes before graduation) and beyond.
Network with business leaders and work with like-minded students as you explore the business profession.
Using real funds, gain an appreciation of the issues and pressures that come with investing.
Your college experience is about more than the classroom. Join one of 65+ clubs and organizations, or create your own.
Business Administration students attended The Phillies College Digital & Mobile Marketing Night at Citizens Bank Park. Students went behind-the-scenes with digital and mobile-marketing executives, received a ballpark tour and attended a panel talk in the Phillies Media Room, where employees answered questions about digital marketing and shared their career experiences and advice.
Sport & Event Management students put their lessons to work as they conceived, planned and managed an event that provided an opportunity for their peers to interact with regional employers. Billed as “Professional Coffee & Conversation,” the event featured a panel discussion by employers, who answered students’ questions about job interviews and resumes, communication in the workplace, the top qualities they’re looking for in employees, and more.