BC3 @ Cranberry

BC3 @ Cranberry offers a variety of programs to prepare you for a career or transfer to a four-year institution. Whether you are interested in social work or graphic design, or transferring to earn your bachelor's degree, BC3 is the Smart Place to Start.

Sessions and Fast Tracks

BC3 offers flexible options that fit your schedule. There are 5 opportunities to enroll throughout the semester:

Spring 2018

Sessions

Classroom, online, or hybrid classes

Fast Track

Accelerated, 5-week online classes

Summer 2018

Sessions

Classroom, online, or hybrid classes

Fast Track

Accelerated, 5-week online classes

Session 1, Session 2, and Session 3 may be available in the classroom, as a hybrid, online, and/or via iTV. Fast Track courses run for 5 weeks and are available online only. Learn more about sessions, fast tracks, and course types.

Associate Degree Programs

Earn an associate degree at BC3 @ Cranberry in one of the follow programs:

Career Programs

Earn a 2-year associate degree and develop the professional and technical skills necessary to start a career upon graduation.

Transfer Programs

Transfer BC3 credits to earn a bachelor's degree. BC3 credits are recognized by public, private, and online 4-year colleges and universities.

* Students who complete a degree in one of these programs can transfer to any Pennsylvania state institution with junior standing.

~ Courses only. Nursing, R.N. degree available on Main Campus.

Tuition & Fees: 2017-2018

75% of students graduate from BC3 with no student loans to pay.

Credit Classes:
Butler County Residents:
$160 per credit - Classroom
$185 per credit - Online or Hybrid

Other PA Residents:
$260 per credit - Classroom
$285 per credit - Online or Hybrid

There is a flat tuition rate for students who take 12-17 credits per semester.

The BC3 EZ-Pay payment plan gives students convenient and manageable payment options. Visit EZ-Pay to enroll.

Lifelong Learning

Certificate Programs & Professional Education

Human Resource Management

Certificate and Professional Education Programs are noncredit and offerings vary from semester to semester.