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Pictured is a Point Park natural sciences student doing botany lab work. | Photo by Amanda Dabbs

Point Park University welcomes students who have completed or are working toward an associate degree at Community College of Beaver County, and who want to earn a four-year degree.

Logo of the Community College of Beaver County. Used with permission. Point Park offers more than 75 undergraduate majors in a wide range of disciplines, including many that offer CCBC students a smooth continuation in an area of study related to their associate degree.

Receive Advanced Standing

Under a formal transfer agreement, CCBC students who have completed the following associate degrees within specified disciplines may continue at Point Park as advanced standing students with junior status:

  • Associate Degree in Arts
  • Associate Degree in Science
  • Associate Degree in Applied Science

Start the transfer process

To learn more about continuing your education at Point Park, contact the Office of Admission:

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The associate degree must demonstrate:

  • 30 credits in general education course work, including English, computer science, math, social sciences, human sciences, natural science, speech and art.
  • 18 credits in major-related course work
  • An earned grade of C or better

In addition, the associate degree must be related to one of the following Point Park disciplines:

Receive an associate degree from CCBC

Students who transfer at least 15 credit hours and earn at least 12 additional credit hours at Point Park will be awarded an associate degree from CCBC upon notification from Point Park that the students have completed the appropriate academic requirements.

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Point Park University Transfer Options from CCBC

CCBC Academic Major

Possible Majors at Point Park

  • Accounting
  • Accounting Specialist
  • Business
  • Business Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Criminal Justice and Criminology
  • Homeland Security
  • English
  • History
  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Liberal Arts