Meet Instructor and Penn College alumni Todd Woodling. He'll explain the high points and differences between the three unique electrical associate-degree programs and the bachelor-degree program. And check out the dedicated, individual lab spaces, some of which are being remodeled for fall 2020.
Explore our programs
Building Automation Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Harness modern technology to power all types of building systems from AC to elevators.
Electrical Construction (A.A.S.)
Dive into all aspects of electrical construction including residential and commercial projects.
Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)
Mechatronics Technology (A.A.S.)
Integrating electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, mechatronics opens the door to a host of career paths.
Supplement your bachelor degree with up to two minors.
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