The Penn College Dual Enrollment program allows students to earn credits from the Pennsylvania College of Technology while in high school. Penn College Dual Enrollment courses are actual Penn College courses, taught in the high school or CTC by high school or CTC teachers. Most importantly, these courses are offered at no tuition cost to students and their families. Sometimes students do need to pay for books or materials, but this is still far less cost than tuition.

Students who successfully complete Penn College Dual Enrollment courses earn Pennsylvania College of Technology credits and graduate high school with those credits indicated on an official Penn College transcript. Every Penn College Dual Enrollment credit earned in high school is like a $558 scholarship to Penn College, and that adds up. In 2017-2018, high school students across PA earned over $3 million in tuition-free college credits through Penn College Dual Enrollment.

Here’s how Penn College Dual Enrollment courses benefit students:

  • Saving money! The more Penn College Dual Enrollment courses taken (at no tuition cost), the less money spent once it’s time to earn a degree after high school.
  • Saving time! Students spend less time earning a degree at Penn College if they have already taken some of the coursework through Penn College Dual Enrollment. Courses can also transfer to additional postsecondary institutions.
  • Pushing students to excel in challenging courses in a variety of areas. Students can take and succeed at college coursework in their high school/ctc environment, where they’re comfortable and supported.
  • Connecting students to “the college experience.” Through Penn College Dual Enrollment, students have chances to visit our campus, see our facilities, and meet our college faculty.
  • Building confidence in their abilities, no matter their strengths. No matter what they plan to do after graduation, if they have already shown success in college courses, they will be more competitive in both the job market and the college admissions process. Success in challenging coursework builds confidence as well as skills!
  • Increasing their odds of success in college. No matter what type of degree or which major they pursue, if they have already been successful in college courses and are familiar with a college campus before entering college as a freshman, they are more likely to stay in college once they enroll after graduation, and they’re ultimately more likely to complete their chosen degree.
For more information about Penn College Dual Enrollment courses at your school, contact:

Mifflin County Academy of Science and Technology Website

Apply for Penn College Dual Enrollment

Courses Offered: 2022 - 2023

Course Credits Course Name Textbooks
ABC100 2.0 Introduction to Non-Structural Collision Repair

No text required

ABC104 3.0 Introduction to Non-Structural Collision Repair Applications

No text required

AMT112 3.0 Brake Systems

Bundle: Automotive Technology ; A Systems Approach + MindTap (online materials supplied by publisher)
by Jack Erjavec & Rob Thompson

Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9780357096789

AMT113 3.0 Steering and Suspension

Bundle: Automotive Technology ; A Systems Approach + MindTap (online materials supplied by publisher)
by Jack Erjavec & Rob Thompson

Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9780357096789

EET114 3.0 Introduction to Digital Electronics

No text required

EET115 1.0 Digital Circuits Applications

No text required

EET116 5.0 Electronic Circuits and Devices I

Electronics Technology Fundamentals, Conventional Flow
by Paynter & Boydell

Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 9780135048740

TI84+ Calculator

EET124* 3.0 Engineering, Technology, and Society

Intro to Engineering Technology
by Pond & Rankinen

Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 132840111

ELT116* 5.0 Construction Lab I: Residential

Electrical Wiring Residential
by Ray Mullin

Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 978-0-357-46126-6

NFPA 70 National Electric Code
by National Fire Protection Assoc.

Publisher: National Fire Protection Assoc.
ISBN: 978-1-4559-2298-7

MTR100 1.0 Medical Terminology Survey

Illustrated Guide to Medical Terminology
by Davies

Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 978-1285174426 or 1285174429

Medical Terminology: Learning Through Practice
by Bostwick

Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 9780073513850

MTR104 3.0 Basics of Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology An Illustrated Guide
by Barbara Janson Cohen

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1975136373 or 978-1975136376

MTT128 4.0 Mill Applications

Student Workbook for Technology of Machine Tools
by Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid


ISBN: 1260439178

Technology of Machine Tools
by Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid, Robert J. Gerritsen


ISBN: 126008793X

MTT129 4.0 Lathe Applications

Student Workbook for Technology of Machine Tools
by Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid


ISBN: 1260439178

Technology of Machine Tools
by Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid, Robert J. Gerritsen


ISBN: 126008793X

* Approved by Penn College for 10th grade students

Please see the point of contact or Penn College Dual Enrollment course instructor at your school or CTC for updated textbook information.

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