Applied Technology High School, created by a partnership among Bergen County Technical Schools, Bergen County Community College and NJIT, will open on the BCC Paramus campus in the fall of 2015. The curriculum at the full-time school will be centered on “smart machines.” Students will learn to apply math, science and technology to hands-on projects in the fields of automation, electronics and advanced manufacturing, and will engage in dual enrollment course work that will allow them to earn advanced standing into several technical associates programs at BCC, including an A.A.S. program in General Engineering Technology. Here’s an advance look at the new school.
April 26th, 2015
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