Penn State's 20 Commonwealth campuses throughout Pennsylvania give you the freedom to live and learn in an environment that suits you best. Penn State's 3+1 plan in Energy Engineering allows you to complete the first three years of programming at Greater Allegheny, with the final fourth year at the University Park campus. Penn State’s 2 + 1 + 1 Plan in Energy Engineering gives the option for Energy Engineering students at other Penn State campuses to participate in the third year of the programing at Greater Allegheny. Students interested in this path should refer to the Suggested Academic Plan and consult with their advisor.
Choosing where to spend your fourth year:
University Park-Degree: Bachelor of Science in Energy Engineering:
The Energy Engineering 3 + 1 plan is designed to prepare students to transition directly into the fourth year of study at University Park. This degree is offered through the Department of Earth and Minerals Sciences. Students completing the 3rd year of courses at PSUGA are aligned with the program at University Park campus so that there will be a seamless transition for the final year of study.
Penn State Hazelton-Degree: Bachelor of Science in Engineering:
Students at Greater Allegheny also have the option to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering at the Hazleton campus. This Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree program offered through the Engineering Department at Hazleton focuses on alternative energy and power generation. Students completing the 3rd year of programming at Greater Allegheny have the background required for this program.