Graduate degrees and professional programs available at the Penn State Scranton campus.
Dickinson Law Accelerated Bachelor’s/Juris Doctor Program
The Dickinson Law Accelerated Bachelor’s/J.D. program allows Penn State undergraduates to apply to and be enrolled at Dickinson Law prior to the completion of their undergraduate degree, thus completing their undergraduate and graduate programs in a total of six years rather than seven.
Penn State Law Accelerated Bachelor’s/Juris Doctor Program
The PSU Law Accelerated Bachelor’s/J.D. program gives outstanding Penn State undergraduates the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree and J.D. in a compressed time frame, helping to fast-track a legal career.
Master of Science in Nursing
We offer two Nurse Practitioner options through the Penn State College of Nursing that enable baccalaureate-prepared nurses to acquire knowledge and clinical practice skills in direct care of individuals, families and aggregate populations.
Graduate Courses in Education
Penn State University is an approved provider for credit courses, noncredit programs and Act 48 development courses for educators. Our offerings serve educators across the Commonwealth of PA with diverse courses ranging from workshops to in-class instruction.
Penn State Great Valley Fast Track Master of Business Administration
Students can begin their MBA education at Penn State Scranton by completing the required undergraduate courses in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Statistics and can obtain their MBA degree at Penn State Great Valley within one year of completing their baccalaureate degree. Students may receive exemptions for up to five foundation courses and one pre-program requirement from the Penn State Great Valley MBA curriculum.
Smeal Conditional Early Acceptance Program
Are you interested in partnering with the Penn State Smeal College of Business to pursue a master's degree in Accounting or Taxation?
Smeal's Conditional Early Acceptance (CEA) program is a two-year pathway to earning an accounting-related graduate degree immediately following your post-baccalaureate studies. The program does not require a deposit and is open to Penn State undergraduates who are currently in their junior year and are majoring in accounting at either the University Park campus or at a Commonwealth campus location.