Penn College offers bachelor of science degrees that may parallel or build upon the two-year majors, or that may stand as their own unique majors. While the associate's degrees primarily emphasize practical applications, the bachelor's curricula complete a larger base of education by adding advanced practical applications and a stronger emphasis on our core education model focusing on the Foundations (communication, collaboration, critical and ethical thinking, quantitative thinking, and technological literacy) and the Perspectives (arts, global and cultural diversity, historical, natural sciences, and social science). A capstone/senior project requires students to synthesize the breadth of knowledge gained from the core education and the discipline-specific content.

Online Degrees

Several of Penn College's baccalaureate-degree majors allow students who have attained an associate's degree to continue their education via distance learning. For a listing of those majors, as well as information about the financial aid implications of enrolling in distance courses, see Online Degrees.

Business, Arts & Sciences

Engineering Technologies

Nursing & Health Sciences