Alvernia offers several different business degree programs, each instructed by outstanding faculty and accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Combining classroom and experiential learning, the business programs at Alvernia deliver a broad-based approach that prepares students for careers in Accounting, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, and Sport Management.
The Alvernia Business faculty has solid academic qualifications and years of business experience to provide students with expert instruction on the most current trends and practices in the business world. Students learn from professors who currently practice, publish and impart contemporary and cutting-edge practices. Courses are renewed constantly as knowledge gained through faculty research enters classrooms to enrich the experience of students.
As an undergraduate student in the business program, the world is at your fingertips. Inside the classroom, you'll benefit from one-on-one relationships with faculty who have extensive practical experience. Outside the classroom, you can participate in learning opportunities in real business settings through internships and cooperative experiences. Your Alvernia business degree will prepare you not only for your first job, but also for a successful career.
Associate of Science Degree in Business (2 years)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business (4 years) with concentrations in:
Minor in Business
Alvernia University’s Business Department is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). For information explaining all of the benefits of earning a degree from an ACBSP accredited program, please visit www.acbsp.org or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each institution accredited by ACBSP must file a Quality Assurance (QA) report with ACBSP every two years until each reaffirmation of accreditation, which occurs every ten years. The purpose of the QA determination can be made that the business unit remains in compliance with ACBSP accreditation standards. Any activity or change within the institution and/or the business unit that alters the status of accreditation standards must be reported. The business unit must inform ACBSP how they routinely provide reliable information to the public on their performance, including student achievement, in their quality assurance reports. The following is a link to our most recent QA report for your information.
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Alvernia offers several different business degree programs, each instructed by business-savvy faculty with real-world expertise.