Penn State University Programs in Cranberry Township

2019-2020 Engineering Review Schedule

  • Master of Business Administration Degree Program

  • Master of Professional Accounting (M.P.Acc.)

  • Non Credit PE and FE Engineering Reviews

Master of Business Administration Degree Program
 

The Penn State MBA in Pittsburgh has been offered in since 2012. The 30 credit program is offered on a part time basis and can be completed in five semesters.  The program is both flexible and convenient as it is offered in a blended format of 75% online, 25% in class. Students and faculty will meet at the RLA for face-to-face interaction four times a semester. Classes meet from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.  This format is ideal for working professionals as participation takes place at one’s convenience.

Prior to beginning the 30 credit MBA program, students will need to demonstrate competence in seven key business disciplines: accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, operations, and statistics.  This can be done in two ways 1.) Having corresponding courses and grades of B or higher, within the past 7 years, from an accredited university. Or, 2.) Completing cost-effective, self-paced online modules for all or only those disciplines in which you need to demonstrate competence. Access information on the Pre-Enrollment Competencies.


The GMAT is waived for individuals who:

  • have seven or more years of post-baccalaureate, professional work experience

  • hold a master's degree or higher credential

  • have a 3.6 or higher GPA and up to 3 years of professional work experience

  • have a 3.3 or higher GPA and 3 to 7 years of professional work experience

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.


For additional information contact Patricia Hollinger at pdh5@psu.edu or visit the website here.

Master of Professional Accounting (M.P.Acc.)

Starting in August, Penn State Behrend will offer its hybrid Master of Professional Accounting (M.P.Acc.) degree program at the RLA.  The M.P.Acc. will be delivered primarily online, with four evening class meetings per course.

The 30-credit program can be completed in one year of full-time study or two years if pursued part time, and

and satisfies the educational requirements needed for Certified Public Accountant licensure in most U.S. states and territories. Graduate faculty from the Black School of Business at Penn State Behrend teach coursework covering the financial and legal complexities found in public accounting, include strategic tax and business planning, reporting and auditing, commercial transactions and forensic accounting.

 

Applications to begin the program in fall 2019 will be accepted through Monday, July 22. Applicants must hold an undergraduate degree in accounting or a business degree with an emphasis on accounting, but submission of GMAT scores is not required.  View application details 

 

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Engineering Reviews

Penn State New Kensington offers review programs for Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineer (PE). These programs can be customized and brought on-site to your workplace.

Why Become a Licensed Professional Engineer?

 

  • Demonstrate the highest levels of dedication and professionalism in their field

  • Increase earning potential by as much as 27 percent as compared to non-licensed colleagues

  • Qualify to perform engineering consulting in all 50 states. May help maintain employment in times of
    restructuring, downsizing, and outsourcing.


Why Take a Review Course Through Penn State?

  • Penn State has prepared engineers for their professional examinations for more than forty years.

  • Reviews are comprehensive, covering many subjects in-depth.

  • Programs employ a collection of problems and solutions from past exams, familiarizing students with
    formats and procedures.


Courses We Offer:

  • Environmental Review (24 weeks)

  • EIT Full Review (26 weeks)

  • Mechanical PE Review - Effective April, 2017, there will be 3 separate "am/pm" exams:

  1. PE Mechanical Thermal & Fluid Systems

  2. PE Mechanical Machine Design & Materials

  3. PE Mechanical HVAC & Refrigeration

  • EIT Condensed Review (13 weeks)

  • Civil PE Review (26 weeks)


Registration

Register online for an Engineering Review

For more information contact Patricia Hollinger pdh5@psu.edu

General Contact Information New Kensington Campus
Patricia Hollinger, Director of Continuing Education
Tel: 724-334- 6053
pdh5@psu.edu