If you are interested in an exciting, "high-tech" career with outstanding income and growth potential, look no further.
Students also may have the opportunity to benefit from interactions with Penn College's National Sustainable Structures Center, one of the nation's premier resources for technical training and education in the field.
Median annual wages of electrical and electronic engineering technicians were $53,240 in May 2008. (source)
"What's unique about my education from Penn College is that it's one of a few that offers this growing program. The equipment is always changing to suit an ever-changing world of technology. Several companies I have talked with say that Penn College offers a major that suits their needs. Furthermore, we are taught more than what they expect, keeping in mind that several education moments have to be acquired in the field and on the jobsite first hand."
Carl Gravely, Building Automation Technology
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- Self-employment in residential and commercial wiring
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