Power a future in electrical.

Using the latest equipment and technology, learn how to install, calibrate, modify, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain electrical and automated systems.

The world relies on electrical systems of all types. From building automation to electrical construction and technology, there are lots of opportunities to excel in this diverse field. And those interested in the electrical, mechanical, and electronic aspects can bring it all together by studying mechatronics.

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Building Automation Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Harness modern technology to power all types of building systems from AC to elevators. Declare a dual degree with any of the associate electrical degrees to increase your career opportunities and advancement. 

Electrical Construction (A.A.S.)

Dive into all aspects of electrical construction including residential and commercial projects.

Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)

Master everything from circuitry and industrial electronics to programmable logic controllers (PLCs) in this associate's program.


Mechatronics Technology (A.A.S.)

Integrating electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, mechatronics opens the door to a host of career paths.

Minors & Immersions

Pair a minor with any bachelor's degree, or an immersion with any bachelor's or associate's degree.

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Oct 5

Undergraduate Open House

Saturday, October 59 AM - 3 PM


Nov 3

Undergraduate Open House

Sunday, November 39 AM - 3 PM


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When you study at Penn College, your instructors will do more than know your name. They'll get to know you. Experienced, passionate, and dedicated to your success, Penn College faculty are here to support your academic journey.

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Virtual Tour

This video gives you a glimpse of labs used by Building Automation Engineering Technology, Electrical Construction, Electrical Technology, and Mechatronics Technology students. You’ll meet instructor Art Counterman, see tomorrow makers in action, and learn more about the programs.

Penn College News

Penn College students hit a home run for local Little League

Pennsylvania College of Technology electrical students hit a collective home run this spring for Williamsport Area Little League. The 28 students enrolled in two sections of Construction Lab II-Commercial and their instructor, Darrin S. Morse, spent about five hours a week for nearly a month performing a range of electrical upgrades at the league’s baseball and softball complex in Old Lycoming Township.


Klein Tools captures footage, honors electrical instructor

Representatives from Klein Tools experienced Penn College’s electrical program on Wednesday. A Corporate Tomorrow Maker, the company plans to feature the Penn College footage on its website, YouTube channel and social media outlets. Klein Tools is building engagement with postsecondary students to combat the skills gap.


Coterra Energy presents $1.4 million check to Penn College

Representatives from Coterra Energy, Pennsylvania College of Technology and elected officials from the region gathered on Jan. 24 for the presentation of a $1.4 million check in conjunction with the company’s Neighborhood Assistance Program donation to the college. The funds will pay for renovation and expansion of labs and instructional spaces in the college’s electrical and architecture & sustainable design programs, as well as generate Camp Freedom scholarships for veterans and first responders.

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Penn College's strong corporate partnerships impact every step of your journey – from your first day in the classroom and labs, to career placement (oftentimes before graduation) and beyond.