Forestry

Discover a career in the great outdoors.

Forest Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

In the classroom and in the field, forest technology students are preparing for their futures from day one.

Immersed in real-world environments, like our experimental forest and on-site sawmill, you’ll get hands-on experience with data collection tools, explore wildlife, study land management, and learn about timber harvesting.

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Forest Technology (A.A.S.)

This program takes a hands-on approach that prepares you for technical and mid-management positions in forestry production, wood processing, federal and state agencies, and manufacturing industries.

Bachelor Degree Pathway

Rise to administrative and management positions in your field with an Applied Management (B.S.) Online degree.

Pre-College Programs

Define your future

There are lots of ways to explore your future across all types of majors from nursing to culinary.

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  • Stay and learn on campus over your summer break
  • Explore a variety of career options
  • Experience our hands-on approach to education 
  • Earn up to $2,000 in Penn College scholarships
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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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07.01.2020

Penn College earns ‘Tree Campus USA’ status for fifth year

For the fifth consecutive year, Pennsylvania College of Technology has attained Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day ...

04.24.2020

Arbor Day plantings add instructional value, natural appeal

Michael A. Dincher, assistant professor of horticulture, and Wyatt C. Forest, laboratory assistant for horticulture, planted two ...

02.21.2020

Forestry grad facilitates equipment donation to alma mater

A December graduate of Pennsylvania College of Technology, whose family’s tree care business in suburban Philadelphia fueled his ...