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Management Information Systems (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

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The major provides students with the necessary training and education to provide high-level technical support to a variety of industrial, commercial, consulting, and governmental organizations. The emphasis is in the application of scientific and engineering principles as well as technical communication in oral and written form. graduates are expected to appreciate the ethical and societal responsibilities of a technologist, the concepts of continuous quality improvement (CQI) and the continuing impact of globalization of design, manufacturing, and marketing of technical goods and services. They are trained to choose materials and methods that are safe, environmentally and aesthetically acceptable, and economically competitive. Job responsibilities may include the development and evaluation of machines and mechanisms; development, organization and supervision of manufacturing processes and procedures; the instrumentation, control, and testing of a process; quality control; technical marketing and sales; and design of mechanical systems for heating and cooling and energy management. Program strengths include: hands-on training; extensive laboratory experience; state-of-the-art computer methods, and excellent job placement.
(Capital College)

Content Management System Master Thesis

Plant Sciences (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)The Plant Sciences Major is an applied biological science program designed for students seeking careers in agronomic and horticultural crop production systems and enterprise management, agroecology, sustainable and organic managed and natural ecosystems, crop protection, applied plant physiology, plant science research, and plant biotechnology. Students will secure: (1) a working knowledge of basic plant biology, soils, pests, and pathogens with emphasis on growth, development, and physiology in an ecological and agricultural context, (2) the scientific, technical, and computational approaches to problem solving in an ecological and agricultural context, individually and in teams, (3) the ability to analyze ethical issues regarding ecosystem sustainability, business practices and plant science, and critically evaluate and respect different viewpoints in making management decisions, and (4) a high level of proficiency in written and oral communication, particularly with regard to critical evaluation of scientific issues.There are four options in the major, providing flexibility for concentrations in areas including production and management systems related to agronomic and horticultural crops, plant biotechnology and breeding, crop physiology, ecology, agroecology, and other aspects of general plant science. Students can choose from diverse course offerings in designing a program of study suited to their needs and professional goals.
(The College of Agricultural Sciences)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (Start at any Campus and Finish: Harrisburg)The major provides students with the necessary training and education to provide high-level technical support to a variety of industrial, commercial, consulting, and governmental organizations. The emphasis is in the application of scientific and engineering principles as well as technical communication in oral and written form. graduates are expected to appreciate the ethical and societal responsibilities of a technologist, the concepts of continuous quality improvement (CQI) and the continuing impact of globalization of design, manufacturing, and marketing of technical goods and services. They are trained to choose materials and methods that are safe, environmentally and aesthetically acceptable, and economically competitive. Job responsibilities may include the development and evaluation of machines and mechanisms; development, organization and supervision of manufacturing processes and procedures; the instrumentation, control, and testing of a process; quality control; technical marketing and sales; and design of mechanical systems for heating and cooling and energy management. Program strengths include: hands-on training; extensive laboratory experience; state-of-the-art computer methods, and excellent job placement.
(Capital College)


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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Eberly College of Science)

the library management system or integrated library system (ILS) ..

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Eberly College of Science)

Thesis Library Management System.

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Eberly College of Science)