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More than 160 Penn State majors can be started at Penn State DuBois and completed at University Park or another Penn State location in the "2+2" program. Six baccalaureate degrees can be completed at DuBois, as well as eight associate degrees.
The Penn State Advantage: At Penn State DuBois you will experience the quality education that employers demand and the individual attention you deserve. Whether you are new to college, want to complete a degree that you already started, or are looking to change your current career, Penn State DuBois makes earning your degree, as a traditional student or as an adult, both exciting and enriching, in a convenient, friendly environment..
The People: Whether you're a traditional student or an adult learner, at Penn State DuBois you'll have unlimited support and opportunities.
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Earth Science is suited for students interested in a broad range of environment-related careers, including graduate studies in earth and environmental sciences, or careers in government, industry, consulting, or K-12 education. The degree is also perfect for students currently enrolled in the Wildlife Technology A.S. degree here at Penn State DuBois who wish to obtain a B.S. degree.
The General Engineering program provides students with a broad foundation in engineering where graduates can obtain positions such as engineer, product engineer, process engineer, manufacturing engineer, development engineer, and materials engineer.
The Information Sciences and Technology (IST) program is designed to create leaders for the new digital age. Penn State DuBois offers an IST Associate Degree specializing in Networking or Business. In addition, Penn State DuBois offers a Baccalaureate Option that fulfills the lower degree requirements of the Bachelor's Degree.
The Wildlife Technology Program is designed to educate students in the techniques of wildlife management. Personnel trained in this field are needed to assist in the applied phases of natural resource management, wildlife biology, range management, and the care, maintenance, and propagation of animals.
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