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Penn State University Degrees in Cranberry Township

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • B. S. in Organizational Leadership (OLEAD)

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.

Request information at  www.Behrend.psu.edu/PittsburghMBA or contact the Graduate Admissions Staff via email at PSBehrendMBA@psu.edu. or Nancy Miller:  nlh3@psu.edu

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OLEAD

Penn State New Kensington delivers the BS in Organizational Leadership (OLEAD) program on-site at the RLA in an accelerated fashion, where students can typically earn up to 6 credits per semester attending one night a week.  The OLEAD program is specifically designed for adults age 24 or older interested in beginning or completing a degree. The 123 credit program provides the flexibility needed by offering classes at a Penn State location near you, as well as through online and distance learning.  An Academic Advisor will work with you on a one to one basis to discuss how your credits may transfer into the program or other methods to earn credit, ex. CLEP testing

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Non-Credit Programs

PE and FE

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

For more information contact Nancy Miller   nlh3@psu.edu

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GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test )Review Courses

A GMAT prep class will be offered each fall and spring by Penn State at the RLA to help potential MBA students prepare for the GMAT exam. 

Students will receive approximately 15 hours of expert classroom instruction over five weeks. The program will include extensive handouts.  Only real GMAT questions are used.  Because the GMAT is a test of general reasoning ability, the test-taker needs a clear understanding of the types of reasoning tested and a sensible procedural approach to the test.

For more information contact Nancy Miller       nlh3@psu.edu    

For   Financial Aid Information

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

General   Contact Information New Kensington Campus

Nancy Miller, Manager of Adult & Credit Programs

Tel: 724-334-6010

nlh3@psu.edu

 

Programs

 

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • B. S. in Organizational Leadership (OLEAD)

Financial Aid

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

Contact Information

New Kensington Campus

Nancy Miller, Co-Director of Continuing Education

Tel: 724-334-6014

nlh3@psu.edu