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The mission of the computer science department at Bergen Community College is to train and develop students in drafting and design, manufacturing, electronics and general engineering, and industrial technology.
The Associate of Applied Science degrees (A.A.S.) with options in drafting and design technology, manufacturing technology, electronics technology, and general engineering technology are designed to provide students with the coursework needed to enter into entry-level positions in the workforce. The curriculum provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a pathway to careers including entry-level manual drafter, entry level CAD drafter, entry-level field service technician, landscape drafter, and other manufacturing and industrial technology positions. Students can take coursework and concentrated options in drafting and design technology, manufacturing technology, electronics technology, and general engineering technology. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with Bergen Community College faculty and Career Services as they begin to explore career options. Students can also utilize Career Coach, a resource provided by Bergen, to explore degree programs and corresponding careers https://bergen.emsicc.com.
Students pursuing the Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) with options in drafting and design technology, manufacturing technology, electronics technology, and general engineering technology. Students are encouraged to work closely with Bergen Community College faculty and Advising Transfer Services. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution in NJ can explore the “Transfer Programs” feature on NJ Transfer https://njtransfer.org.