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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Penn State Brandywine


Undergraduate Certificate Program

Shirl Henry
111 Old Main
University Park
Phone: 814-863-0327

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This certificate is designed for the adult learner who would like to gain a knowledge of essential business concepts. These adult learners may already possess a degree in a non-business discipline, but need to augment their knowledge and resumes to advance their careers with their current employer or transition into a new job. Adult learners taking this certificate may also be taking post-secondary credit courses for the first time.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in BUSINESS ESSENTIALS FOR PROFESSIONALS, a minimum of 12 credits is required.


MIS 204
CAS 100B
MKTG 220
BA 100 or BA 250


No Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 2009

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 04/05/2012



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