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Penn State DuBois Offers New Courses this January in St. Marys

12/6/2011 —

Penn State DuBois will be offer new credit courses in St. Marys during the spring semester of 2012 at the Community Education Council for Elk and Cameron Counties.  Classes begin the week of January 9.   

 

Students have options for courses that can be applied to several certificates and degrees.  ACCTG 211 is offered for business students and those interested in learning about accounting.  It is also a required course in the 10 credit Accounting, Business, and Computer Skills for Professionals Certificate.  ACCTG 211 will be taught by Heidi Thomas on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 – 6:40 pm.  Other business courses include LER 201 Employment Law, ECON 102 Microeconomic Analysis, ENGL 202D Business Writing and MKTG 301 Principles of Marketing. 

 

MATH 022 College Algebra II is being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays for students who have completed the associate degree in business administration and would like to complete the bachelor’s degree in business.  

 

Individuals who are interested in engineering, drafting and design can register for EDSGN 100 Introduction to Engineering Design that will run on Tuesdays and Thursday from 5:45 – 9:00 pm.  This hands-on course will be taught by Doug Miller from University Park.  It can be applied to the seven credit Spatial Analysis and Engineering Design Principles Certificate that is being offered in St. Marys.  It is also applicable to the Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology and the bachelor’s degree in General Engineering- Applied Materials Track.  

 

Those who want to learn about family can enroll in HD FS 315Y Family Development on Mondays 5:30 – 6:45 pm.  This course will be taught as a blended course by Dr. Laura Kuterbach; it will include on-line instruction in addition to having traditional classroom sessions. 

 

General Education courses offered include BI SC 004 Human Body, CAS 100 Effective Speech, ENGL 050 Creative Writing and PSYCH 243 Well Being and Positive Psychology. 

 

For more information about certificates, degrees and the spring semester courses in St. Marys, contact Mike Beimel, Outreach Coordinator, at (814) 834-3593, or e-mail StMarysCE@psu.edu , or stop by the Community Education Council in the Marienstadt Center, 4 Erie Avenue, Suite 200, St. Marys. 

 

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