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Begin Date: Spring 2011
End Date: Fall 2015

LEARN AND ADVANCE CERTIFICATE

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Shirl Henry
111 Old Main
University Park
Phone: 814-863-0327
E-mail: sah43@psu.edu

Penn State DuBois

LEARN AND ADVANCE CERTIFICATE (LEAD)

The LEAD Certificate provides personalized academic tracks of study for rising junior and senior high school students. All students will take two core courses, ENGL 015 (first panel) and PSYCH 100 or another social science from the second panel (ECON 102, ECON 104, SOC 001, IST 110). Placement scores and student interest will determine the appropriate Natural Science (GN) or MATH (GQ) as the third course (BI SC 004, MATH 021, MATH 022, MATH 026, or MATH 140). Eligibility requirements for entering this program: High school juniors and seniors that are approved to enroll by their school administration and the Director of Enrollment Manager at Penn State DuBois.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in LEARN AND ADVANCE , a minimum of 9 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

ENGL 015
PSYCH100 OR ECON 102 OR ECON 104 OR IST 110
OR SOC 001
BI SC004 OR MATH 021 OR MATH 022 OR MATH 026
OR MATH 140

 

Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Spring Semester 2011

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 04/05/2012

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