Business, Arts & Sciences

Business Administration and Accounting Overview

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June 16

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

9–10 AM

Dr. Tammy Rich and Dr. Roy Fletcher take you on a tour of the Accounting & Business department at Penn College. Learn how you can specialize your business administration degree and focus on the career path that interests you most. Is innovation your thing? Take you skills to the next level in the Innovation Lab and learn about our unique partnership with The Eureka Ranch.


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Accounting (B.S.)

Learn what it takes to succeed in a broad range of financial careers from public accounting and appraising to banking and financial management.

Accounting (B.S.) Online

Pursue your bachelor's degree through this interactive online format. Dive into a cutting-edge curriculum that will prepare you for the future of accounting.

Accounting (A.A.S.)

Build a solid foundation in business principles. Learn how to set up and secure accounting systems. And explore forensic accounting, information security, and threat assessment.

Accounting (A.A.S.) Online

Get the same career preparation as the on-campus program, but in an engaging online format.

Applied Management (B.S.)

Whether your passion lies in culinary arts or a technical area, this degree will give you the momentum to rise to administrative and management positions in your field.

Applied Management (B.S.) Online

This online option offers the same rigor as the on-campus program with added flexibility. Students often complete an on-campus associate's program, begin working in their field, and continue taking courses to earn the bachelor's degree.

Business Administration (B.S.)

Hone leadership skills and study management techniques that will allow you to make impactful change. Choose from specializations in banking & finance, digital marketing/marketing, management, sport & event management, or customized your path. 

Business Administration (B.S.) Online

Learn what it takes to plan, organize, and lead in the business world. Like all other online degrees, you'll receive in-state tuition, regardless of your state of residency. 

Business Management (A.A.S.)

Build a solid foundation in business—learning essentials like marketing and accounting. Leadership courses facilitate teamwork, challenge your critical thinking, and hone the problem-solving skills.

Business Management (A.A.S.) Online

This associate-degree option can be completed 100% online at the in-state tuition rate, regardless of your state of residency. From management principles and marketing to financial planning and human resource management, you'll lay the framework for success in the business world.

Applied Innovation Leadership Certificate

Adopt a new way of thinking, a proven strategy for idea generation. This career-boosting certificate is a game changer in industries of all types and sizes.


Supplement your degree with up to two minors. 


Penn College students provide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Through an on-campus Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site, students in Pennsylvania College of Technology’s accounting major and business administration: banking & finance major helped members of the Greater Williamsport community to file 98 2022 income tax returns, with a total of $103,562 in federal tax refunds and $4,597 in state tax refunds.


Business graduate honored with alumni volunteer award

Pennsylvania College of Technology presented Anthony J. Peachey with the Alumni Volunteer of the Year Award at its Fall 2022 Commencement ceremonies, held Dec. 17 at the Community Arts Center. Peachey earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration: marketing concentration from Penn College in 2009, graduating summa cum laude.


It's not just talk, as students take event from idea to implementation

Professional Coffee & Conversation, a networking event for students in business and hospitality majors to connect with employers, was held April 14, thanks to a semester of planning and execution by their peers in the Event Management & Coordination class. The students responsible for the event – Corey J. Blackwell, of Hammonton, N.J.; Andrew M. Snyder, of Whitehall; Jacob R.