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Academics to Launch You in High Demand

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has been changing the lives of students since 1905. We provide a well-rounded, two-year education that nearly guarantees a good job and the opportunity for a better life. While most students accept one of several job offers they receive upon graduation, some choose to further their education. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology offers associate degrees and one-year certificates in a range of technical majors. The College also offers short-term training programs in six months or less leading to in-demand jobs at our Workforce and Economic Development Center.

Short-Term Training

Not only does Thaddeus Stevens College offer degrees and certificates, we also provide short-term training for those unemployed, under-employed, or looking to expand their skillset in a way that can still balance other life commitments. Our short-term training programs are six months or less, and we also offer customized employer trainings.

General Education Requirements

In addition to technical training, associate degree programs at Thaddeus Stevens College include a theoretical and general education class load as well. Students must successfully complete at least one general education class in each of the following four areas: English, math, science, and humanities. A total of 25 general education credits are required to earn a degree. 

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Course Catalog

The course catalog at Thaddeus Stevens College includes each academic major and a description, full curriculum for each program, financial aid information, and student life details. It also includes information on our campus, admissions and enrollment, and student organizations.

Review our course catalog.

Academic Support

The College offers academic support through free tutoring, academic coaching, and academic seminars. Students are encouraged to seek assistance as soon as challenges arise, and can come to the tutoring labs in the Academic Support Center in the Learning Resources Center, no appointment is necessary. 

Learn more about academic supports.

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The College maintains a calendar with important dates for academic semesters, including orientation, class start dates, drop or add periods, last day of classes, and grade due dates. It also notes days the College is closed for holidays or breaks. 

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