Below is a list of certificate programs that can be completed at Penn State DuBois in St. Marys. For a complete listing of certificate programs available at Penn State DuBois, click here.
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designed to produce exactly what employers need - employees who are proficient in accounting and other business related practices utilizing current technology. Whether a new business manager or a professional seeking a career transition with greater business responsibility, this certificate employs techniques that are consistent with modern principles and best practices, providing knowledge and skills that can be used immediately. Skills developed through this program are in great demand throughout a wide spectrum of business. (10 credits)
provides students with a solid foundation in economics, accounting, and English. It also provides students with information to broaden their understanding of the legal business environment.
designed to teach critical skills needed by potential or current small business owners. By successfully completing the certificate, individuals will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of effective small business practices that can give them an edge in the competitive small business market. (19 credits)
- provides innovative instruction about the application of new design methods and processes in a variety of engineering disciplines. The certificate emphasizes the use of CAD software to create concise drawings to develop an effective design system to provide solutions for specific products, systems, components, or services. (7 credits)
prepares students to help deserving families as they work toward a better life. It helps prepare students to accept responsible roles as highly qualified service providers in preschools, day care centers, hospitals; institutional and community programs for mentally handicapped, emotionally disturbed, abused or neglected children and adolescents, as well as in a variety of public welfare and family service agencies. Courses included in the program cover such topics as communication, introduction to human development and family studies, physiology, nutrition, infant and child development, adolescent development, family studies interventions, social sciences, and professional ethics. (30 credits)
For more information contact the Penn State Office in St. Marys (814) 834-3593 or e-mail email@example.com.
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