Immaculata offers accelerated programs at the Curtis Center in Philadelphia

Immaculata University is now offering four of its accelerated degree-completion programs in Center City Philadelphia: Emergency Planning and Management, Health Care Management, Information Technology in Business, and Organizational Management. These programs are available in partnership with the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology (P.I.T.) at its convenient Curtis Center location on 6th and Walnut streets. Just two blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, the Curtis Center is easily accessible by car or public transportation.

Immaculata University’s accelerated programs meet the needs of adult learners who want to earn an undergraduate degree while continuing to work full-time. The new Bachelor of Arts in Emergency Planning and Management provides up-to-date training in this rapidly growing field, equipping students to analyze crises, employ problem-solving techniques and management skills, and understand government policies related to emergencies. The program prepares students with the principles and methodologies they need to safeguard their clients, limit damage, and help organizations resume normal operations quickly.

Through the Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management, students become familiar with federal, state and local health care regulations; learn to communicate effectively with health care staff and consumers; and assess the impact of health care management and policy issues.

Interspersing up-to-date technological instruction with traditional liberal arts courses, Immaculata’s Bachelor of Arts in IT in Business familiarizes students with all aspects of information technology essential for routine operations, enabling business professionals to keep an organization efficient and competitive.

The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management provides training in business and managerial skills, covering accounting, finance, human resources, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving.

“Both Immaculata University and the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology have a long history of serving the adult learner. Offering classes at the Curtis Center is another indication of the care and support offered adult students looking for quality programs in Center City,” said Agnes Timothy, Ph.D., associate dean of Immaculata’s College of LifeLong Learning.

For more information, please call 1-800-37-ACCEL or access the website:

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