Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

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In a typical semester, more than 300 different courses from most of Temple University's schools and colleges are offered at TUCC.

 

 

Degree Programs

The following undergraduate degree programs can be completed at TUCC in the evening.

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

     English

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

     Accounting

     Economics (you might have to take one or more courses on another campus to complete this degree.)

 

Certificate Programs

The undergraduate certificate programs, 'Business Basics' and 'Business Plus,' provide students with an opportunity to gain a solid understanding of basic business concepts and skills and to earn a credential that will help them advance in their careers.

 

  • Business Basics Certificate

    Open only to non-matriculated students.

    Explore foundation courses that can be applied toward a B.B.A.

    A minimum grade of ‘C’ in each course
    is required.

    Five courses required (three of these
    must be taken at Temple University):

     

    Law and American Society
    (Law S.B.M. 0856)

     

    Analytical Reading and Writing
    (English 0802)

     

    Organization and Management
    (Human Resource Management 1101)

    Financial Accounting I
    (Accounting 2101)

    Precalculus for Business
    (Statistics 1001)

    Prior to enrolling in English and statistics, students must take a placement test and complete additional English or math review courses if needed.

    The certificate will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of all required courses.

       

      Business Plus Certificate

       

            Open only to non-matriculated students.

            Explore foundation courses that can be applied toward a B.B.A.

            A minimum grade of ‘C’ in each course is required.

            Five courses required (three of these must be taken at Temple University):

            Macroeconomic Principles
            (Economics 1101)

            Microeconomics Principles

            (Economics 1102)

            Marketing Management
            (Marketing 2101)

            Managerial Accounting
            (Accounting 2102)

            Introduction to Risk Management
            (Risk Management & Insurance 2101)

            The certificate will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of all required courses.