IUP-CCAC Collaborative Program

  • Bachelor of Science Degrees in Business

    Eberly College of Business and Information Technology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, in collaboration with CCAC, is offering bachelor of science degrees in business for CCAC associate degree students at the Boyce campus.

    Combine CCAC and IUP Courses to Earn Your Degree

    Earn your bachelor’s degree in any of the following areas by completing the degree requirements with a combination of CCAC and IUP courses as described in the program brochure.

    • Accounting

    • General Management

    • Human Resource Management

    • Marketing

               Eberly College of Business and Information Technology at IUP      CCAC Boyce campus

    Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business accreditation symbolProgram Benefits:

    • Obtain a bachelor of science degree in Business.
    • Fully accredited by AACSB, the highest-quality certification for a business degree.
    • IUP was rated as one of the “Best Colleges for Your Money” by Money magazine.
    • Convenient evening classes, as well as options for online classes.
    • All course taught by highly qualified IUP professors.

    Application Process/Program Requirements:

    There is no fee to apply to this program!

    Applications are available at any CCAC campus admission/advising center.

    Program requirements are as follows:

    • Students may enter the IUP program with as few as 30 program-specific credits (see below).
    • Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
    • Students must submit all completed applications, with official transcripts from all previous collegiate course work, to: 
      CCAC/IUP, 207B Eberly Complex, 664 Pratt Drive, IUP, Indiana, PA 5705.

    Apply on Paper

    • Complete application
    • Send completed application to address above
    • No fee for application

    Apply Online

    Brochure Download

    Attached in the link above is the full CCAC/IUP Collaborative Program brochure.

    Contact Information

    For any questions about the CCAC/IUP Collaborative Program, please contact:

    Susan Brant at sbrant@iup.edu or 724-357-1285, or