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Penn State Mont Alto offers eight associate degree programs.

Business

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want to start or manage your own business, advance in your career, earn a higher salary, or prepare for a bachelor's degree. Learn more »

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Forest Technology

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want to make a difference in the environment, you are interested in field-oriented study, you are interested in ecology, forests, and wildlife, or if you want to work for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry or a tree care company. Learn more »

Human Development and Family Studies

CONSIDER THIS IF...You like work with children, teens, families, and adults. HDFS is an interdisciplinary program that combines the study of psychology, biology, sociology, medicine, anthropology, history, social work, and philosophy. Learn more »

Information Sciences and Technology

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want to work as an application programmer, associate systems designer, network manager, Web designer or administrator, or information systems support specialist. Learn more »

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Letters, Arts, and Sciences

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want flexibility to create a program tailored to your specific academic and career goals. Students are permitted to concentrate electives in an area of special interest along a core Liberal Arts curriculum. Learn more »

Nursing (Associate Degree Program)

Because the national picture of nursing education is changing, the associate of science (A.S.) degree is being transitioned to a four-year, baccalaureate of science (B.S.) degree in Nursing. Learn more »

Occupational Therapy

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want to be an occupational therapy assistant who is qualified to be employed by agencies that provide occupational therapy services. This program helps students prepare for careers as certified occupational therapy assistants.   Learn more »

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Physical Therapist Assistant

CONSIDER THIS IF...You want to become a skilled technical health care worker who assists physical therapists with testing and treatment of patients. PTAs help people who have short- or long-term disabilities recover their physical capabilities.   Learn more »