At Penn State Shenango, this associate degree currently has a focus which is unique to each students individual course of study.
Letters, Arts, and Sciences is a complete two-year degree major. However, graduates who later seek admission to baccalaureate degree majors may apply baccalaureate credits toward the new degree.
- The Letters, Arts, and Sciences (LAS) degree is a classic liberal arts program with a flexible focus that allows you to achieve your specific educational and career goals.
- It is a liberal curriculum that is focused on an area which the student and his or her advisors develop.With the help of an academic adviser, you choose courses from a variety of disciplines.
- The combination of those courses provides the broad liberal arts education required of educated citizens and leaders, but at the same time cultivates the specific abilities that employers seek.
- LAS fosters good communication skills, a broad knowledge base, and the ability to analyze and adapt to change — qualities that can help you find unique career opportunities in even the most rapidly changing economic conditions.
If you are interested, please contact either: Dr. Philip Nash
Associate Professor of History
Academic Adviser, LASCC
Dr. John Tamplin
Assistant Professor of English
Campus Coordinator, LASCC
For admissions information, contact the Penn State Shenango Admissions Office at (724) 983-2803.