Pennsylvania College Of Technology:
Based in Williamsport, PA, Pennsylvania College of Technology (PCT) is Pennsylvania's premier online technical college, and an affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University. PCT provides online / distance learning Bachelor Degrees in career fields such as Health Studies, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and more. If you have earned an Associate degree, or hold other appropriate credentials from Penn College or another institution, you can continue your education online in order to complete your B.S. degree in one of our six different programs of study.
Online / Distance Learning Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degrees
This major is designed as a two-plus-two program. The bachelor of science degree in Technology Management will allow students who enter with an associate's degree in a technical/professional area to obtain a baccalaureate degree with the last two years having an emphasis in the development of business/management skills.
Automotive Technology Management
Automotive Technology Management is a bachelor of science degree structured to meet the needs of the automotive service and manufacturing industries. The curriculum design provides the student with in-depth technical skills, breadth of technical knowledge, and management skills as applied in the automotive industry.
The major will emphasize skills in supervision and personnel management, financial analysis and accounting principles, sales promotion and marketing plan, problem-solving methods, organization and planning techniques, and a level of proficiency in communications and mathematics essential for a management career.
Applied Health Studies
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Studies is a 129-credit major for individuals who are currently or soon to be certified, licensed, or registered in a health care profession (BAH), or for students interested in the occupational therapy assistant (BAO), emergency medical services (BAE), radiography (BAR), physical fitness specialist (BAS), cardiovascular technology (BAC), or surgical technology (BAG) major who also wish to earn the bachelor's degree.
The goal of this program is to prepare health care practitioners to function in a dynamic health care environment and to enable building on current knowledge and skills to assume positions of leadership. The major may be completed either full or part-time to accommodate students' work schedules.
Registered Nursing (RN) to BSN Completion
This unique completion major is specifically designed for the registered nurse who wishes to earn a degree on a full- or part-time basis. The baccalaureate curriculum builds on the knowledge and skills possessed by R.N.'s who have graduated from diploma- and associate- degree nursing programs.
The standard curriculum plan, directly applicable to Penn College associate-degree nursing graduates, is designed to be completed in four semesters. Other curriculum plan options are available, depending on the number of transfer credits accorded for previous college work.
The Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene has two entry options. One is designed for students who wish to complete course work toward the bachelor's degree beginning with their freshman year, and the other is designed for individuals who are graduates of accredited dental hygiene programs, licensed and interested in earning the bachelor's degree.
The curriculum will enable the graduate to assume positions of responsibility in a variety of alternate care settings, and also create positions to meet the demands of future health care needs. Students with a current dental hygiene license have the flexibility of completing the remaining degree requirements on either a full-time or part-time basis.
Health Information Management
The Health Information Technology major prepares students to manage health-care data and information resources. The curriculum provides training in planning, collecting, aggregating, analyzing, and disseminating individual patient and aggregate clinical data. Students learn how to apply this information to the day-to-day activities of a health information manager.
These activities include designing, implementing, and maintaining automated and manual health information systems; determining health information policies; developing the departmental budget; hiring, supervising, and evaluating employees; providing in-service education; serving on organizational committees; and assisting with research.
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