For degrees that can be completed at Greater Allegheny
Baccalaureate Degree Plans
- Letters, Arts, and Sciences
Preparation for positions in business with an emphasis on the areas of financial and managerial accounting, systems and controls, auditing, and taxation.
This program enables students to develop an up-to-date general knowledge base in business administration and more. The program was designed with the advice of business leaders throughout the Commonwealth and teaches the professional skills that employers have identified in their most successful employees. The management-marketing option concentrates on these two areas.
This program enables students to develop an up-to-date general knowledge base in business administration and more. The program was designed with the advice of business leaders throughout the Commonwealth and teaches the professional skills that employers have identified in their most successful employees. The individualized option allows students to focus on an individually designed business concentration.
This major addresses employer concerns by going beyond the traditional communications curriculum and drawing from appropriate courses in the disciplines of Information Sciences & Technology, Communication Arts and Sciences, English, and Business.
This option focuses on the use of IT to support organizational functions. Using concepts and models from both of the other options, this option is intended to “fill the gap” between the other options. You will learn how organizations work and how information technology can be used as strategic resources to support their innovation, mission-critical activities, and business functions. Specialized topics covered in this option include value chain, process modeling, workflow analysis, change management, enterprise systems, and middleware solutions. (College of IST)
This option focuses on the human dimension of information technology, providing students with the skills and knowledge to understand how people influence the design, development, diffusion, use, and management of information technology. Students in this option also will learn how information technology is implicated in social change and the effects of these social changes for individuals, communities, organizations, economies, nations, and global environments. (College of IST)
Letters, Arts, and Sciences students work with faculty to design a program of study focusing on research proficiency, critical thinking, application of theory, and communication skills.
This 123-credit bachelor of science degree program is designed to meet the business and personal needs of returning adult learners. It provides students with flexibility by offering classes at Penn State Greater Allegheny in combination with online and distance learning classes from across the University.
- Greater Allegheny Degree Program Information