Academics

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus offers several options for your educational experience. We offer 11 baccalaureate degrees and 5 associate degrees. You also may begin your first two years of course work for over 275 Penn State majors at our campus, and finish the program at another Penn State location (2 + 2 plan). 

Our degree programs are characterized by academic excellence and provide the marketable skills needed to succeed in the 21st century. We have award-winning faculty whose expertise in their field is matched by their skills in the classroom and their willingness to mentor and guide students.

Students using in Nurse Lab Equipment.

Baccalaureate Degree Programs

Penn State Fayette offers students the ability to complete several baccalaureate, or bachelor's, degrees on campus. Some majors offer specialized training and prepare students for employment in particular fields, while other majors provide students with theoretical preparation in a general area of learning along with the ability to choose among several career possibilities within the given area of study.

Student using PTA equipment in class.

Associate Degree Programs

Penn State Fayette offers students the ability to complete six associate degrees on campus. Two-year associate degrees provide concentrated instruction to prepare graduates for specialized occupational assignments, except for the Letters, Arts, and Sciences major, which provides graduates with a general education and some specialization in their fields of interest.

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Minors

While a student pursues a baccalaureate degree, the addition of a minor can expand the educational experience.  A minor program may consist of course work in a single area or from several disciplines.

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Master of Science in Nursing

Penn State Fayette offers two Nurse Practitioner options through the Penn State College of Nursing. The M.S.N. Nurse Practitioner options enable baccalaureate-prepared nurses to acquire knowledge and clinical practice skills in direct care of individuals, families and aggregate populations.