Berks Degree Fair promotes academic programs
Penn State Berks will hold its first Degree Fair for currently enrolled students on Wednesday, March 4, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. in the lobbies of the Franco Building and the Perkins Student Center.
The fair will showcase the college's thirteen baccalaureate degree programs and eight associate degree programs. Each degree program will have a display and faculty will be available to discuss the various degree programs and answer students' questions.
In addition, several departments will have displays at the fair including Career Services, Campus Life, and The Learning Center. The Advising Center will host a scavenger hunt for the students. Light refreshments will be available for participants.
Students at Penn State Berks may complete four-year bachelor's degree programs in American Studies, Applied Psychology, Business, Communication Arts and Sciences, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Elementary and Kindergarten Education, Global Studies, Information Sciences and Technology, Kinesiology, Organizational Leadership, Professional Writing, Science, and Security and Risk Analysis.
Students can also complete the first two years of more than 160 baccalaureate degree programs offered at other Penn State locations.
Associate degree programs are available in a variety of fields, including Agricultural Business; Business Administration; Electrical Engineering Technology; Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management; Information Sciences and Technology; Letters, Arts, and Sciences; Mechanical Engineering Technology; and Occupational Therapy.
For more information on the Berks Degree Fair, contact Cheryl Gustitus, Academic Adviser, at 610-396-6284 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.