Gain global experience
See the world via Williamsport. Take your education abroad and get hands-on experience learning about your industry on a global scale.
From concept to completed project, learn about the rapidly evolving construction and design fields.
When you train using the latest technology and learn from passionate faculty who bring years of experience to the classroom, you’ll open the door to possibilities beyond your wildest dreams. From architecture and sustainable design to HVAC, construction, and civil engineering, this School inspires tomorrow makers to design and build the best possible future.
Make a lasting impact designing all kinds of spaces with industry-leading software including AutoCAD, Revit, Trimble Sketchup, and Adobe Photoshop.
Whether you’re drawn to the technology behind residential construction or have an interest in rising to management, there’s an opportunity waiting for you.
From community parks to high-traffic bridges, you'll play a vital role in creating and maintaining the infrastructure where we live, work, and play.
Take the lead in the boardroom and on the job site, running all types of construction projects from small to large.
Begin with an associate degree that focuses on technical know-how and continue on for your bachelor’s, which pairs technical aspects with design, engineering, and business skills.
Supplement your bachelor degree with up to two minors.
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We get it. Committing to a career path is a big decision. Pre-College Programs are the perfect introduction to hands-on education. Join us for a program this summer and see what Penn College is all about.
Discover the world of architecture and sustainable design through design studios and seminars, ﬁeld trips to building sites, and visits with local architects.
June 14-18, 2020
Students Entering Grades 9-12