Summer 2018 Classes (Runs May 7, 2018- August 10, 2018)
- BCOR-111 Principles of Microeconomics* (3 credits) MW 5:00-6:20
- LENG-247 Introduction to Literature* (3 credits) W 6:30-9:20
- LFIN- 251 Introduction to Music (3 credits) T 6:30-9:20
- LPHI-131 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) TH 6:30-9:20
- LHST-111 History Without Borders (3 credits) TH 6:30-9:20
- CIS-250 Business Technology II* (3 credits) MW 5:00-6:20
- BCOR-250 Management Theory & Practice* (3 credits) T 6:30-9:20
- POLI-111 U.S. Government & Politics (3 credits) M 6:30-9:20
- PSYC-222 Psychology of Human Development* (3 credits) W 6:30-9:20
Fall 2018 Classes (Runs August 20th-December 14th)
- BCOR-105: Foundations of Business Enterprise (3 credits) W 6:30-9:20
- BCOR-214: Principles of Accounting I (3 credits) T,TH 5:00-6:20
- CRJS-110: Intro to Criminal Justice (3 credits) M 6:30-9:20
- EDCR-101: Psychology of Learning & Teaching (3 credits) TH 6:30-9:20
- EDCR-103: Foundations of Teaching (3 credits) T 4:00-4:55
- ENGL-212: Business & Professional Communication (3 credits) M,W 6:30-7:50
- LENG-111: College Composition (3 credits) T 6:30-9:20
- LPHI-235: Philosophy of Knowledge (3 credits) T,TH 5:00-6:20
- MATH-111: College Algebra (3 credits) M,W 5:00-6:20
- PSYC-101: First Year Seminar (2 credits) M,W 4:00-4:55
- PSYC-211: Psychological Statistics I (3 credits) T,TH 6:30-7:50
- SOCI-110: Basic Sociology (3 credits) M,W 3:15-4:35
- SPCH-111: Public Speaking (3 credits) M,W 5:00-6:20
Enrollment Closed – Classes In Session Currently
NPRC currently offers two associates degrees: Interdisciplinary Studies and Business Administration. Beginning in Fall of 2018, we will begin offering two additional degrees: Criminal Justice and Early Childhood Education.
NPRC will also be offering non-credit training and professional development opportunities to business and industry, as well as in training sessions that are open to the public.
Starting in May 2018, NPRC will be offering technical training in collaboration with Pennsylvania College of Technology Workforce Development & Continuing Education (WDCE). The first area of collaboration between NPRC and WDCE will be industrial training. A sequence of trainings in Industrial Math, Blueprint Reading, and the Fundamentals of GD&T will be offered at sites in Coudersport, St. Marys, Warren, Meadville, and Erie starting the first week of May. These classes are open to the public.
Need help deciding which option would be best for you? Contact us now to be connected with a Student Support Specialist in your area.