College Hosts Business and Computer Systems Information Evening
(Media, PA) Delaware County Community College along with the Admissions Office is hosting a Business and Computer Systems information evening on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Marple Campus. The event will take place in the STEM Building.
Interested students and prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from West Chester University, Penn State Brandywine, Temple University and Widener University, all of which the college has credit and degree transfer agreements.
More than a dozen businesses will be represented at the program including WAWA, Independence Financial Associates, Keller Williams Real Estate, Citizens Bank, Independence Blue Cross. They will be available to talk about what employers are looking for in future job candidates.
Faculty, staff and students will also be available to discuss essential information about the College’s Business and Information Systems programs.
Now more than ever, it is the right time to consider a program in Business and Computer Information Systems (BUS/CIS) at Delaware County Community College.
The U.S. is turning to businesses to take the lead in economic revival, opportunity revitalization, and more. Successful business leaders need a complete and thorough understanding of how business works so they can compete for jobs in the global economy – jobs that have the potential to become satisfying careers.
Students in the BUS/CIS program at the College can choose from 30 degree and certificate programs with majors in such diverse fields as Business Administration, Marketing, Information Technology, Computer Game Development or Paralegal Studies.
For more information or to register for the Business and Computer Information Systems Evening, please call 610.723.4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. General information about Delaware County Community College can be accessed on our new website www.dccc.edu.
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