Bachelor of Science degrees may parallel or build upon the two-year majors, or they may stand as their own unique majors. While the associate's degrees primarily emphasize practical applications, the baccalaureate core and individual curriculums offer a broader educational experience by adding advanced practical applications, liberal arts study, systematic problem solving, cultural diversity, senior-year projects, and interdisciplinary courses that develop appreciation for the relationships between science, technology, and society.

Online Degrees

Several of Penn College's baccalaureate-degree majors allow students who have attained an associate's degree to continue their education via distance learning. For a listing of those majors, as well as information about the financial aid implications of enrolling in distance courses, see Online Degrees.

Business & Hospitality

Construction & Design Technologies

Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies

Nursing & Health Sciences

Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications

Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies