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University Bulletin

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Penn State DuBois

Penn State DuBois, located along Route 225 at College Place in the city of DuBois, is easily accessible from Interstate 80 and Routes 119 and 219 in western Pennsylvania. The campus houses eight major buildings that give students, faculty, and staff space for classes, sporting events, and other activities. Students who attend Penn State DuBois live at home or in off-campus housing. Most students live within an hour’s drive of the campus.

The campus serves a diverse population of students, both traditional and adult, who are from Pennsylvania, the United States, and other countries. Students can participate in sports teams for varsity, intramural, and club sports. Extracurricular clubs and organizations are available to serve the interests of students. The campus also has strong ties with the surrounding communities.

Penn State DuBois offers baccalaureate and associate degree programs, as well as the first two years of more than 160 Penn State baccalaureate programs. Students can begin their education at DuBois and move on to the University Park campus or other appropriate Penn State campus in order to complete their degree. Penn State DuBois also offers a master’s degree program in conjunction with Penn State Harrisburg. Check the links along the side for available academic programs.

 

RECOMMENDED ACADEMIC PLANS

Recommended Academic Plans provide, in table form, the courses students might schedule semester by semester as they pursue a specific undergraduate degree. Each college or campus maintains Recommended Academic Plans for its own majors/degree programs. Links to these plans are on the Division of Undergraduate Studies website at: http://www.dus.psu.edu/semplans.htm. Questions concerning the Recommended Academic Plans should be directed to the college or campus involved or the Division of Undergraduate Studies.  

 

 

 

 

 

4/7/11