About the Campus
James A. Nemes, Chancellor, Penn State Great Valley
For over 50 years, Penn State Great Valley has been dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs to professionals in southeastern Pennsylvania. Located in Malvern, the campus offers graduate degrees and certificates in accounting, business, data analytics, engineering, finance, and leadership in addition to a variety of noncredit professional development programs. Evening and hybrid courses are held in a flexible, seven week format, allowing students to meet the demands of work, family, and life in general.
Mission and Goals
To directly respond to the learning needs of working adult professionals and their organizations, Penn State Great Valley strives to develop and offer convenient, competitively priced, and technically advanced programming that improves the career potential and enhances the work effectiveness of our students and graduates.
Through the research of our faculty, our graduate programming, our continuing education programs, and conferences organized by Penn State Great Valley, we seek to promote the intellectual and economic vitality of our region. In all of our teaching, research, and service endeavors, the rigor, quality, and relevance of our programs bridge the gap between theory and practice.
Departments and Schools
- Engineering Division
- Management Division
James A. Nemes, D.Sc.
Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer