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Degrees Available at Penn State Shenango

Business Administration

The primary objective of this major is to provide a managerially oriented program with sufficient communicative and mathematical skills, socially relevant course work, and options to develop a well rounded and technically knowledgeable graduate. Learn More about the Business Administration program.

 

Human Development Family Studies

The objective of the major is to offer a general education background, a knowledge base in life span and family development, and a core of professional skills with entry level professional competence. Learn more about the Human Development Family Studies program.


 

Information Sciences and Technology

IST is Penn State's visionary response to the rapidly growing need in almost every field for leadership in Information Sciences and related technologies. Learn more about the Information Sciences and Technology program.

 

Letters, Arts and Sciences

The objective of the associate in arts Letters, Arts, and Sciences degree is to broaden the student's understanding, interests, and skills in order to help them become a more responsible, productive member of the family and community. Learn more about the Letters, Arts and Sciences program.

 

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy is a growing healthcare field in the United States with increasing employment opportunities expected to steadily increase through 2020. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) includes occupational therapist assistant among its list of fastest growing occupations and predicts much faster than average growth (36% or more) for assistants. Penn State Shenango offers an associate degree program that helps students prepare for careers as certified occupational therapy assistants. Learn more about Occupational Therapy Assistant program.

 

Physical Therapist Assistant

The Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Penn State Shenango helps to prepare individuals to become skilled health care workers who assist physical therapists in patient treatment. Students can learn and develop skills in the appropriate use of exercise and therapeutic modalities. Learn more about the Physical Therapist Assistant program.