SEDTAPP offers four associate engineering technology and commonwealth engineering degrees.
Why Choose an Associate Degree in Engineering Technology?
Assuming you are registered as a full-time student, you can get an associate's degree in engineering technology in two years.
Associate degrees require fewer general educations than bachelor's degrees. If engineering technology is the right career path for you, an associate degree will let you focus on core courses in a shorter amount of time.
If you enjoy engineering technology and want to pursue further education, you can apply these courses towards a bachelor's degree in engineering technology.
Industries throughout the nation seek engineering technologists and technicians. Penn State's engineering technology program has a high placement percentage rate for its associate degree graduates in these industries.