Pennsylvania College of Technology, or Penn College, is a small college located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and was founded in 1989. The college offers more than 100 certificate, associate and baccalaureate degree programs in fields like business, construction, transportation, information technology, design, health, forestry technology, and engineering technology. Moreover, college is affiliated with the Pennsylvania State University.
It is organized into the following eight academic divisions: School of Business & Computer Technologies, School of Construction & Design Technologies, School of Integrated Studies, School of Hospitality, School of Industrial & Engineering Technologies, School of Health Sciences, School of Natural Resources Management and School of Transportation Technology. The College offers nationally recognized programs and maintains its commitment to hands-on, experiential learning. Pennsylvania College of Technology seeks to implement its philosophy by providing opportunities to develop intellectually, ethically, socially, culturally and personally.
Penn College offers unique bachelor's degrees that are designed to prepare students for employment or serve as the basis for additional educational opportunities. The bachelor's degree offerings either parallel or build upon two-year majors or stand as their own unique majors. Five B.S. degrees are offered via distance learning: technology management, dental hygiene, automotive technology management, residential construction technology and management, and applied health studies.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
After completing the college Penn College graduates have worked throughout Pennsylvania, the United States, and the world.