Business Division

BC3 Business Programs help students develop the professional skills that employers want in today's workplace.  


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National Accreditation

accreditation council for business schools and programs logoBC3 is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for the offering of all business programs that culminate in the Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science Degrees.

Transfer Programs

BC3 credits are recognized by public, private, and online 4-year colleges and universities. Students who complete an associate degree in one of the PASSHE* programs can transfer to any PASSHE* Institution, Carlow University, Geneva College, & St. Francis University with junior standing:

*PASSHE - PA State System of Higher Education


The following certificate programs can be completed within a year and provide students with a foundation or expand their knowledge base.

*Workplace Certificate - Specific skill development for a particular profession

Contact Business Faculty

Boice, Tammy - Computer Information Systems

Book, Dr. Edward - Computer Information Systems

Fish, Kimberly - Computer Information Systems

Graves, Les - Computer Information Systems

Hajave, Ramin – Marketing Management

Kane, Deborah - Business

Macon, Cheryl - Human Resource Management

Nail, Erika - Office Administration

Taylor, Jennifer - Hospitality Management

Tucciarone, Kelly - Computer Information Systems

Wiest, Laura - Accounting

Zorn, Mark - Business

PA Community College Consortium Cooperative AgreementBC3 is a partner in the Pennsylvania Community College Consortium Cooperative Agreement (PC4A) with the goal of supporting and strengthening the cybersecurity workforce in the United States as part of a $400,000 U.S. Department of Defense grant.

Earn a Bachelor's Degree at BC3

Unique partnerships with 4-year colleges & universities give students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree on main campus. Students earn an associate degree from BC3 and transfer credits towards completing a bachelor’s degree with curriculum and instruction offered on main campus by the 4-year college or university. Courses are offered in the classroom, online, through ITV, or as a hybrid.