Penn State Schuylkill offers complete study in four associate degree programs.
Majors that lead to 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.
Take time to review the individual programs below to see which best fits your educational goals.
The general business option of the program provides an introductory foundation to core aspects of the business environment.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT and FAMILY STUDIES
This major integrates practical and academic experiences to provide the student with entry-level professional competence in the human service field.
LETTERS, ARTS, and SCIENCES
The objectives of the Letters, Arts, and Sciences major are to broaden the student's understanding, interests, and skills; to help the student become a more responsible, productive member of his/her family and community.
RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY)
Radiography is a challenging medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis of disease by various imaging methods such as conventional x-ray, fluoroscopy, computerized tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.