Start Here, Finish Here: A New Opportunity to Earn a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree at Hudson Valley Community College

A new opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree at Hudson Valley Community College is within reach, beginning in January. Through SUNY Cobleskill’s BBA degree completion program, enrolled HVCC students who have completed their associate’s degree in a business field are able to seamlessly apply earned-credits to the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. SUNY Cobleskill delivers the BBA program in-person at HVCC and through on-line instruction, meaning students start and conclude their studies in the same place.

 “It did help me get a job. A business degree is one of the best degrees a person can get because you learn real, applicable information that you can immediately apply when you start working.”

-Recent Program Graduate

Through one-on-one consultations, expert faculty helps focus the professional interests of each student. This prepares them to launch their career in their industry of choice. The program features convenient class times, small class sizes, and a curriculum emphasizing relevant business trends. Classes are offered in a cohort model – students move through the program together. Financial aid is available for eligible students

The affordable program SUNY Cobleskill delivers opens doors to possibilities in the fields of business administration, human resource management, banking and finance, civic management, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, and beyond. The program also includes a professional internship, where students apply their classroom learning to a real-world business environment.

For more information about SUNY Cobleskill’s BBA program at HVCC, and to register, please contact SUNY Cobleskill’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) at 518-255-5528, or

  “I firmly believe what SUNY Cobleskill has in place is by far the best Program.”

Program Faculty

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