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With Penn Highlands Online, you’ll have access to the same challenging coursework and resources that are available to our on-campus students, and classes that can be fit into your schedule without the commute.  Below are the programs currently offered through our online campus:

Business Management (A.A.S.)

Our online Business Management degree not only teaches students the ins and outs of running a business, it also helps students develop true leadership skills at various levels.

Liberal Arts & Sciences (A.A.)

Our online Liberal Arts degree is an Associate of Arts, allowing the degree earned from Penn Highlands to be easily transferred to a four-year institution to complete a bachelor's degree. With the many articulation and transfer agreements that Penn Highlands has with a wide variety of four-year institutions, you can be confident in knowing that a degree from Penn Highlands will be a successful first step in completing your bachelor’s degree.

Technology Management (A.A.S.) Degree Completion Program 

Our Technology Management degree completion program allows experienced students to apply their technical training and experiences along with previously earned college credits toward earning an Associate of Applied Science degree. Graduates of the program will have the basics of communication, math, science, and management to increase their marketability. Note: This online program is designed to be done at an accelerated pace through the degree completion program, allowing eligible students to compete the degree in just 16 months.

Early Childhood Management and Leadership (Certificate)

After graduating with the online Early Childhood Management Leadership Certificate, recipients will be prepared to obtain the PA Director’s Credential. (A full description of the credential’s policies and procedures is available here.) All graduates will also be prepared to lead and manage early care and education programs. Classes are building for Spring 2016.