Bucks Campus

Bucks County Community College is proud to be a part of the PA Community College Consortium Agreement. With almost 100 programs of study across six different areas of focus, BCCC offers a wide variety of academic options for students in Bucks County and the surrounding areas.

STEM-Related Programs

Cybersecurity, AS

Engineering Technology, AAS

Information Technology Studies, AAS

Partner Progress

This information is updated quarterly, with the last update in December 2023.

Certification Preparation

  • Two certification prep workshops were offered to 15 students.  Students who successfully completed the workshop were awarded a certification exam voucher.

Curriculum Development

  • New courses in Ethical Hacking and Cyber Defense were developed to better align the cybersecurity program with industry standards.

  • A new concentration in cybersecurityity was added to the list of available programs.

  • Additional courses were updated to more easily establish program-to-program articulation agreements with local four-year institutions.

Faculty Development

  • Four certifications or recertification's were earned by Bucks STEM faculty.

  • Three faculty completed certification prep training.

  • The PC4A Co-PI attended the 2023 CompTIA Partner Summit in Laz Vegas, NV.

Hands-on Labs

  • 84 vouchers were provided to students, which allowed students to gain free access to required textbooks and hands-on labs. 

Innovative Marketing

  • A 3D printed dual-branded keychain was designed and distributed at various events attended by the PC4A Co-PI and key personnel.

  • A social media campaign was launched to advertise targeted programs and benefits provided by the PC4A project.

  • A new STEM + Cybersecurity webpage was launched to improve engagement and provide more details about programs. 

  • A new marketing campaign was designed and will launch in February 2024.

Recruitment and K-12 Outreach

  • Events hosted/attended to reach K-12 students and teachers, including the MBIT Open House. 

Other Objective-Focused Activities

  • Transfer agreements with Penn State Abington, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Rider University, and Thomas Edison State University are currently being developed.

Project Co-PI

Rory Butler

STEM Professor



The PC4A Project is proudly funded by DoD STEM.

Visit dodstem.us to learn more about the work they are doing to inspire, cultivate, and develop exceptional STEM talent through a continuum of opportunities to enrich our current and future DoD workforce. 

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