Students of South Hills School of Business & Technology's Engineering Technology specialized associate degree program are given a project in their Mechanical Design course for which they design and build a robotic vehicle that is capable of retrieving and carrying a small object.
First-year Business Administration–Management & Marketing and Information Technology students at South Hills School of Business & Technology's Main Campus in State College recently participated in a taste-test experiment as a case study on consumer behaviors and how people are drawn to specific brands.
Prior to starting their internships, the second-year Graphic Arts students from South Hills School of Business & Technology must complete a capstone creative packaging design project. This capstone project requires them to apply the graphic design skills they’ve developed throughout the entirety of their studies at South Hills to create branding for a brewery and craft beer packaging which they then must present to a group.
Information Technology students from South Hills School of Business & Technology's Altoona Campus partnered with Link Computer Corporation to develop a web application to help the Altoona Chapter of AMBUCS keep track of its AmTryke Therapeutic Tricycle program.
As part of the curriculum for each of its specialized associate degree programs, students at South Hills School of Business & Technology must take a Job Search Skills course to ensure they learn how to craft résumés and cover letters, polish their interviewing skills, and utilize the latest job-seeking methods.
Students, faculty, and staff at South Hills School of Business & Technology recently volunteered their arms to the students of its Medical Assistant specialized associate degree program to help them meet a requirement that puts them one step closer to achieving the National Healthcareer® Association Certified Phlebotomy Technician certification.