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    See how combining the latest technical skills and general knowledge can put you on the path to a great life and a rewarding career.

  • Architectural Technology

    Architectural technicians are problem solvers who work with clients on the design of buildings, create plans and specifications that direct the construction of a building and coordinate the work of other professional consultants and engineers.

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  • Admissions Process

    What are you waiting for? Our world needs YOU to join the movement of skilled technicians who are building, designing, and making a better world! Because each program area requires different abilities, admissions standards vary from program to program. Speak with an admissions counselor to determine which program is right for you.

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  • Financial Aid & Scholarships

    It’s our mission to put you on the path to financial success. That’s why the vast majority of Thaddeus Stevens students receive significant financial aid.

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  • Intercollegiate Athletics

    Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology recognizes the importance athletics can play in a student’s life. From competitive to recreational to educational, athletics enables personal growth, develops leadership skills and demonstrates the importance of effort and teamwork—on and off the field.

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  • Power Programs for Women at Stevens

    Women make up about half of the workforce in America, but they only represent 24 percent of the workforce in STEM fields. Women with STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) jobs earned 33 percent more than comparable women in non-STEM jobs, considerably higher than the STEM premium for men.

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  • Residential Life

    Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology offers a two-year education in a four-year setting. The 32-acre main campus offers residential amenities and community activities in addition to its state-of-the-art classrooms and labs.

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  • Cabinetmaking & Wood Technology

    The Cabinetmaking and Wood Technology program is committed to continually providing students with the skills and knowledge required for rewarding jobs in the various woodworking industries.

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  • Carpentry Technology

    Be a builder, and get to work in residential and light construction.

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  • Collision Repair Technology

    Repair, refinish and straighten frames of cars, trucks and SUVs in the Collision Repair Technology program at Thaddeus Stevens.

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  • Engineering CAD Technology

    The Engineering CAD Technology program prepares graduates how to simplify, enhance and streamline the manufacturing and engineering process utilizing state-of-the-art CAD software.

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  • Computer & Network Systems Administration

    In the Computer and Network Systems Administration program, you’ll work in a “live” network environment, managing your own servers, clients, routers and switches by applying concepts learned in the theory classroom.

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  • Computer Software Engineering Technology

    Computers have become integral in developing and operating modern industry. From providing means of communications, to operating machines, to facilitating international commerce, to systems animation, computers and their related software programs make things possible.

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  • Electro-Mechanical Technology

    The combination of electrical engineering, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and skills based in computer aided drafting and machine technology create a unique blend of knowledge valuable to employers.

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  • Electronics Engineering Technology

    Electronics involves the design, analysis and implementation of electronic components.

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  • Graphic Communications & Print Technology

    The Graphic Communications and Printing Technology program provides a comprehensive understanding of the printing process and related fields.

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  • HVAC/R

    This specialized program prepares the technician for the fast-growing, highly technical HVAC/R field.

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  • Computer Integrated Machining

    Machinists work with their minds and hands to make parts for most things we encounter in everyday life, from cars and computers to toys and farm equipment.

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  • Masonry Construction Technology

    Masons find a wide array of opportunities in the construction field, and many graduates of the Masonry Construction program at Thaddeus Stevens start their own masonry companies.

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  • Metals Fabrication & Welding Technology

    Learn the skills to take projects from design to building, welding and final installation.

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  • Plumbing Technology

    Plumbing involves a lot more than just unclogging drains. As a licensed plumber, you’ll design, install, augment and service a wide variety of plumbing systems.

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  • Residential Remodeling

    Residential Remodeling has become an essential part of the construction industry.

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  • Water & Environmental Technology

    Water is the world’s most precious non-renewable natural resource. Our world needs committed scientists and technicians to clean, conserve and manage it.

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  • Welding Technology

    Skilled welders can be found in manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, industrial fabrication, pipeline, ship building, bridge building, heavy construction, and even the live entertainment industry.

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  • Electrical Construction & Maintenance (certificate)

    The Electrical Construction & Maintenance program gives students the skills needed to gain employment as residential, commercial and industrial construction electricians.

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  • Internships at Stevens

    Thaddeus Stevens internships provide you with practical job experience to go with the theory and principles you’re learning in class. They also prepare you for life in the working world.

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  • Electrical Technology

    The Electrical Technology program at Thaddeus Stevens teaches the practical skills necessary to design, install, maintain, analyze and repair electrical circuits and systems.

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  • Mechanical Engineering Technology

    In the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, you’ll learn to visualize objects in three dimensions, describe objects with manual and computer-aided drafting (CAD) techniques, and apply mechanical engineering principles to design products, tools, and equipment for a manufacturing-oriented industry.

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  • Business Administration

    Administrative workers are employed in virtually every sector of the economy, working in positions as varied as accountants, sales associates, computer specialists, administrative assistants, and clerical managers and supervisors.

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  • Automotive Technology

    Automotive Technology at Thaddeus Stevens gives students an understanding of automotive construction, theory of operation, and standard industry service and repair procedures.

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  • Owning or Managing My Own Business

    Alumni from a number of Thaddeus Stevens programs own their own businesses—some after only a few years in the industry.

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  • Maximizing My Income

    Thaddeus Stevens graduates are prepared for industries in which they’ll receive numerous job offers, have high starting wages and have the potential for high earnings in the future—sometimes, all three.

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