The School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies works with employers to ensure that our students gain valuable learning experiences in real-world settings.
Earn credits, experience other countries, meet new people, travel overseas, and add to your resume - all while being a Penn College student on a study abroad program!
The curriculum, taught by experienced faculty and staff, allows students to gain valuable experience in their designated field. A faculty adviser works with each student to design a course sequence that best meets the student's future plans.
Alternative Credit refers to academic credits earned through means other than traditional college course completion, including: credit by exam, articulation, proof of competency gained in high school, work/life experience, and advanced placement.
Online programs allow students from around the world, who have already completed associate degree programs, to finish their last two years of a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from home or work.
The mission of the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies faculty and staff is to provide excellence in experiential learning by developing technical knowledge and skills while fostering responsibility, adaptability, and creativity in the pursuit of a lifelong learning in the field of automotive service, collision repair, aircraft maintenance, heavy/ medium duty truck maintenance, heavy construction equipment maintenance and operation, on- site power generator, horticulture, and forestry technologies.
Some Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies students attend classes at the 350+ acre Earth Science Center (bottom), 10 miles south of main campus (top). View Penn College map.