Programs Available at Central Penn College:Bachelor in Accounting
More than just debits and credits, the accounting bachelor of science and the accounting associate in science degrees at Central Penn College provides students an opportunity to immerse themselves in real-world learning. Students are taught by our highly experienced faculty members who maintain their CPA certifications so they can teach you industry standard practices.
After learning the fundamentals of accounting theory, students will experience hands-on learning using computer applications, including TaxAct and Drake. By utilizing these computer tools, Central Penn graduates can build their rÃ©sumÃ©s, even before they graduate.Bachelor in Business Administration
The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration prepares students to meet the growing demands of businesses, while providing background in all areas of business with the ability to minor in one of the following concentrations: Finance, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Management, or Marketing.
This degree program will help students learn management theories, business concepts, human resources, and ethics for careers in both the public and private sectors.
Bachelor in Criminal Justice Administration
- Apply business models and communicate with all levels of management
- Apply general accounting principles in a business environment
- Understand the importance of international market growth
In a Criminal Justice career, you do more than just solve the case. You make a difference, each and every day. At Central Penn College, our Criminal Justice Administration bachelor’s degree and Criminal Justice associate degree prepare our graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the legal, practical and theoretical aspects of the criminal justice system, as well as specialty subject matter relative to unique career ambitions.
Criminal Justice students will receive hands-on learning in College facilities including trial experience, investigation of a crime scene and managing of a simulated investigation. Students will learn how to develop, organize, and manage various projects concentrating on crime prevention, asset protection, investigative concepts and crisis management.