Engineering Technology and Commonwealth Bachelor's Degrees
SEDTAPP administers seven bachelor's degrees in engineering technology and engineering at commonwealth campuses.
Why choose a commonwealth campus for an engineering degree?
A bachelor's degree in engineering technology is similar to other four-year engineering programs. In addition to the technical courses required for your major, you will also take general education courses that will enhance your non-technical skills and knowledge. General education courses will help you explore and improve skills that you may not realize you posses.
Graduates of most four-year engineering technology and commonwealth engineering programs may sit for professional licensure and pursue advanced degrees in similar fields.
Our programs provide students with unrivaled education, making them highly sought after employees for various industries across the nation. Penn State's engineering technology and commonwealth engineering degree programs report a near 100 percent placement rate for their bachelor's degree graduates.