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Our Graduates Are Succeeding

When you have the right education and experience, great opportunities just seem to open up for you. With a bachelor’s degree from Harrisburg University you’ll be ready to make a strong start in your career and life.

Exciting Careers Where You’ll Find HU Graduates

Food Safety and Quality Assurance Technician
Nanobiotechologist and Nanofabricator
Pharmaceutical Designer and Developer
Cyber Security Professional
Designer and Producer of New Media
Software Engineer and Systems Analyst
Analyst Studying the Environmental Impact of Pharmaceuticals
Renewable Energy Scientist
Forensic Scientist
Digital Health Professional
Machine Learning Software Engineer

Where a Few of HU’s Recent Graduates are Employed

Tyler Batts, Class of 2016, B.S. Interactive Media, is a developer at Greenfish Labs.

Skyler Brandt, Class of 2016, B.S. Computer & Information Sciences, is a Solution Developer in the Enterprise Risk Group at Deloitte.

Donna Cranston, Class of 2016, B.S. Integrative Sciences, work in the BioChemistry Department for Lancaster Labs.

Richard Gibney, Class of 2016, B.S. Computer and Information Sciences, is employed at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Katie Piatt, Class of 2016, B.S. Geospatial Technology, is a Geospatial Analyst with Dauphin County.

Brittany Pitzer, Class of 2016, B.S. Integrative Sciences (Biochemistry Concentration) is an Associate Microbiologist with Lancaster Laboratories.

Daniil Stolyarov, Class of 2016, Geospatial Technology, is a Quality Control Analyst at NIPSCO.

Steven Tessier, Class of 2016, B.S. Biotechnology, is enrolled in graduate studies at Jefferson College of Biomedical Sciences.

Madyson Clair VanHyl, Class of 2016, B.S. Integrative Sciences, is a deputy coroner in Pennsylvania.

Erica Ward, Class of 2016, B.S. Integrative Sciences (Biochemistry concentration) is a laboratory manager and research associate in the BioChemistry and Molecular Biology Department at Penn State University Park.   She is conducting research to better understand the proteins involved in E. coli’s uptake of iron.

Cameron Yesconis, Class of 2016,  B.S. Computer and Information Sciences, is a business & technical analyst at United Concordia.

Timothy L. DeFoor, Class of 2015, M.S. Project Management was elected Dauphin County Controller on November 3, 2015. The election marked a milestone for Dauphin County as DeFoor is the first African-American ever to be elected as a county row officer from either political party.

Philip A Grim II, 2015, M.S. Analytics, is currently employed L-3 Communications, assigned as Chief Engineer of the Data Tactics business unit. Additionally, he has joined the corporate faculty at HU where teaches in the Analytics program.

Alex Luck, 2015 B.S. Biotechnology, Vaccine Formulation, Filling, and Lyophilization Operator at GlaxoSmithKline.

Harley J. Quinn, Class of 2015, B.S. Biotechnology, Vaccine Formulation, Filling, and Lyophilization Operator at GlaxoSmithKline.

Jason Smith II, 2015, B.S. Biotechnology, is in the Ph.D. program at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

Cameron Spurlock, 2015, M.S. Learning Technologies, became a Junior Designer at Breakaway Games immediately after completing his internship at the company.