Majors Night: Business & Social Sciences

    Thursday, October 20, 2022 at 6:00 PM until 8:00 PMEastern Daylight Time UTC -04:00


    Penn State Fayette
    Biomedical Building
    2201 University Dr
    Lemont Frnc, PA 15456
    United States

    DUE TO LOW INTEREST, THIS PROGRAM WILL BE LIMITED ONLY TO STUDENTS WITH AN INTEREST IN CRIMINAL JUSTICEIf you have an interest in learning about any of the additional majors, please email feadm@psu.edu of your interest and we'll schedule a personalized session to learn more about the major(s) of interest. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding. 


    Business & Social Sciences Night
     

    Explore our popular Business and Liberal Arts majors: 

    Business, Project and Supply Chain Management, Corporate Communications 

    Options abound for students with an interest in business. Our Bachelor of Science in Business program offers options in Marketing & Management, Accounting, and an Individualized Option that allows students to work with faculty to create a business focus. Another popular business option is the Bachelor of Science in Project and Supply Chain Management which focuses on two of the most evolving areas of the business world: project management and supply chains. A slightly different twist on the business world is offered with the Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications degree. This program focuses on marketing, branding, public relations, social media, and corporate social responsibility. The Associate of Science in Business Administration provides the skills for entry-level employment while preparing students to pursue a bachelor’s degree.   

    Criminal Justice, Psychology 

    Our degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology offer students both bachelor of arts and bachelor of science options. Criminal Justice prepares graduates for careers in corrections, parole and probation, law enforcement, courts, and victims advocacy. Psychology prepares graduates to work in government, human services, and business. Both also serve as excellent preparation for graduate studies.  

    Humanities, Multidisciplinary Studies 

    The interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts in Humanities allows to students to develop critical thinking and analysis skills while studying two subfields: history and global culture; the visual and performing arts; philosophy and religious studies; and literature and writing. Humanities prepares students for a variety of career fields in the arts, business, education, government, and law. The Associate of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies provides the skills for entry-level employment while preparing students to pursue a bachelor’s degree.  

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.