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Penn State University Degrees in Cranberry Township

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAM -  

The Penn State MBA in Pittsburgh begins its third year this fall.  The 30 to 45 credit program is offered on a part time basis and can be completed in two or three years.  The program is both flexible and convenient as it is offered in a blended format whereby students and faculty will meet face-to-face four times a semester with the remainder of the course offered in an online environment.  Classes meet from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the RLA.  This format is ideal for working professionals who travel as participation takes place at one’s convenience.

Penn State New Kensington is partnering with Penn State Erie, The Behrend College to offer the Black School of Business’ MBA.  The partnership includes Penn State campuses at Greater Allegheny and Beaver. Penn State alumni and others are now able to earn a Penn State MBA degree in the greater Pittsburgh region.

Penn State New Kensington offers a five-week GMAT workshop each fall and spring.  The GMAT is waived for individuals who hold a master’s degree or higher credential.  Individuals with recent business coursework may be eligible for up to 15 credits of course exemptions.

For additional information contact Patricia Hollinger at pdh5@psu.edu or visit the website here.

 

Non-Credit Programs

PE and FE

To prepare for the PE licensure exams in October and April, Penn State offers the Professional Engineering Review (PE) and Foundations of Engineering (FE) courses.

Engineering Reviews

Penn State New Kensington offers review programs for Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineer (PE). These programs can be customized and brought on-site to your workplace.

Why Become a Licensed Professional Engineer?

• Demonstrate the highest levels of dedication and professionalism in their field
• Increase earning potential by as much as 27 percent as compared to non-licensed colleagues
• Qualify to perform engineering consulting in all 50 states. May help maintain employment in times of restructuring, downsizing, and outsourcing.

Why Take a Review Course Through Penn State?

• Penn State has prepared engineers for their professional examinations for more than forty years.
• Reviews are comprehensive, covering many subjects in-depth.
• Programs employ a collection of problems and solutions from past exams, familiarizing students with formats and procedures.

Courses We Offer:

• Environmental Review (24 weeks)

• EIT Full Review (26 weeks)

• Mechanical PE Review - Effective April, 2017, there will be 3 separate "am/pm" exams:

1. PE Mechanical Thermal & Fluid Systems
2. PE Mechanical Machine Design & Materials
3. PE Mechanical HVAC & Refrigeration

• EIT Condensed Review (13 weeks)

• Civil PE Review (26 weeks)

Registration:

Register online for an Engineering Review

For more information contact Patricia Hollinger pdh5@psu.edu

 

For Financial Aid Information

www.nk.psu.edu/Admissions/FinancialAid/finance.htm

General Contact Information New Kensington Campus

Paticia Hollinger, Director of Continuing Education

Tel: 724-334-6053

pdh4@psu.edu

 

Programs

 

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Financial Aid

http://www.nk.psu.edu/Admissions/FinancialAid/default.htm

Contact Information

New Kensington Campus

General Contact Information New Kensington Campus

Paticia Hollinger, Director of Continuing Education

Tel: 724-334-6053

pdh4@psu.edu