Pennsylvania State University: University Park, Pennsylvania

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  • Graduate courses in all the principal branches of mathematics are offered regularly each year. The department is prepared to direct research in a variety of fields, including various branches of analysis, algebra, topology, number theory, applied analys... more >

  • Graduate programs emphasize agricultural or extension education (including preparation for employment in college or university programs), youth and family programming, state-level administration, local-level administration, private industry and internat... more >

  • The graduate program embraces topics that span atmospheric processes from those of the planetary boundary layer to those of the upper atmosphere, that encompass phenomena with molecular to planetary dimensions, and that range from practical to theoretic... more >

  • The graduate programs emphasize productive scholarship and research in the development of nursing knowledge and the translation of knowledge into practice. Advanced study is in human health and development throughout the life span, and in nursings role... more >

  • Graduate instruction at the master's degree level is offered in the following areas of history: the Ancient Mediterranean; Medieval, Early Modern, and Modern European, including Great Britain and Russia; the United States, including colonial American an... more >

  • The graduate program in Community and Economic Development helps students prepare to confront the multidimensional challenges faced by community development practitioners. The program's main objective is educating professionals who will assume leadershi... more >

  • The graduate program in Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State offers a comprehensive graduate education in the fundamentals of materials science and engineering (synthesis-structure-property-performance relationships). The latest study by the... more >

  • Operations research is the analysis--usually involving mathematical treatment--of a process, problem, or operation to determine its purpose and effectiveness and to gain maximum efficiency. Students electing this option through participating programs ea... more >

  • The program helps prepare students to work with people who have speech, language, and/or hearing disabilities. more >

  • The curriculum prepares students to assume leadership roles in education and human service organizations whose goals are to support and enhance the we... more >

  • The graduate program in Sociology offers advanced education for students who intend to pursue academic careers in sociology or who aspire to nonacademic research positions. more >

  • MCIBS is a campus-wide inter-disciplinary life sciences graduate program at Penn State. more >

  • The graduate program in leisure studies at Penn State University is designed to educate students about research, theory, and practice related to leisure and recreation as experienced at the individual, societal, and cross-cultural levels. more >

  • The graduate program in Pathobiology is designed to provide flexibility in graduate work while providing opportunities to study immunology, microbiology, nutrition, biochemistry, virology, veterinary pathology, physiology, or toxicology, usually as rela... more >

  • Integrity. Empathy. Leadership. Innovation. Find out how we can help you live these values and make a difference for others. more >

  • Graduate work is offered in the following areas: Ancient, Byzantine, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Modern, Contemporary, American, African, and Asian art and architectural history. more >

  • Agricultural and Biological Engineering offers students the opportunity to gain expertise in areas of engineering for biological/agricultural systems corresponding to their professional interests. Graduate students select research projects (and supporti... more >

  • Graduate work in the Educational Leadership program encompasses two major strands or paths. The first strand focuses on those who want to engage in a wide variety of leadership roles within and directly affecting schools and districts. These roles inclu... more >

  • The Graduate Program in Rural Sociology, located in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, offers the Master of Science, Master of Agriculture, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The program seeks to impart the research and analyti... more >

  • The Doctor of Philosophy and the Master of Science degree programs are oriented toward research, education, and scientific technology in the professions of forest products and forestry. The Master of Forest Resources (M.F.R.) is a professional degree de... more >

  • The Department of Geosciences offers M.S. and Ph.D. degree programs that provide students with a broad background in any of the major areas of geological sciences and intensive research experiences culminating in the preparation of a formal thesis. The... more >

  • The M.L.A. program is a post-professional degree program designed to offer students an advanced degree in landscape architecture... more >

  • Opportunity for graduate studies are available in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research areas including: biomechanics; composite materials; continuum mechanics; electrical, magnetic, electromagnetic, optical, thermal, and mechanical propertie... more >

  • Graduate programs in Comparative Literature are designed to permit advanced study in several departments along with integrative courses in the Department of Comparative Literature. Both the M.A. and the Ph.D. combine a core of comparative literature req... more >

  • The Nuclear Engineering graduate program provides students the opportunity to develop a broad, yet thorough understanding of the science and technology related to nuclear sciences and nuclear power. It is an interdisciplinary program that applies the kn... more >

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