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Friday, April 8, 2016

Gannon classes available locally at reduced rates

Through an innovative partnership with Gannon University and the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny (ECUA), the Education Council is offering residents of Potter and McKean Counties access to general education college courses, as well as two reduced tuition associated degree programs. 

Full time students can complete their degrees in as little as two years and can choose from an Associate of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies or an Associate of Science in Business Administration. If you are not interested in an associate degree at this time, you can choose the course or courses you need for personal or professional development, or take courses to transfer towards a degree program at another regional college or university. 

Courses available for the Summer Semester at the Coudersport and Port Allegany offices of PCEC, as well as 12 additional locations, include: Introduction to Philosophy, Management Theory & Practice, Introduction to Music, Business Technology II, Principles of Microeconomics, Basic Sociology, History Without Borders and Introduction to Literature.
This program is perfect for adults interested in earning a college degree, residents who feel college is too expensive to be an option, individuals who want a second chance at college, and high school students who want to earn college credits at a reduced rate. It’s an affordable, convenient way to earn an associate degree or take general education courses close to home.

Tuition for this program is heavily reduced: $33 per credit for eligible high school students and $180 per credit for adult students. The registration deadline is May 2, 2016 and classes start May 9th. To request an application or for more information, contact Janine Morley at (814) 274-4877 or janine@pottercountyedcouncil.org or Jocelyn Hamilton.Bash at (814) 603-1229 or jhamilton.bash@ecuapa.org.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rural ALWAYS loses... have to actually try too hard to get votes... send to inner cities where they don't care... quitting school and such!!