Engineering Technologies & Computer Sciences

The Division offers A.S. degree programs designed to prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions to pursue advanced degrees in science and technology, and A.A.S. and certificate programs designed to prepare students to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation. The Center for Technology has 30,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, and office space on two levels. It houses the existing programs and has space for new programs in emerging technologies. The courses utilize cutting-edge equipment in spacious laboratories designed for training the next generation of engineers, technicians, and scientists. The faculty have diverse backgrounds in the applied sciences in both educational and industrial settings. Most have earned doctorates or professional engineering licenses in their field of specialty.

A.S. in Applied Computer Science
A.A.S. in Architectural Technology
A.A.S. in Civil Construction Engineering Technology
A.S. in Computer Information Systems
A.S. in Computer Science
A.A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology
A.S. in Engineering
A.A.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology
A.A.S. in Technical Studies
A.A.S. in Technical Studies: Uniform Construction Code Technology

Academic Certificates:
Academic Certificate Program in Computer and Network Support
Academic Certificate Program in Cybersecurity
Academic Certificate Program in Database System Administration
Academic Certificate Program in Software Development and Programming

Certificates of Completion:
Building Code Technology
Computer-Aided Design Technology
Electrical Code Technology
Fire Code Technology
Plumbing Code Technology
Renewable Energy Technology

Location: Center for Technology
Telephone: (973) 877-4400
Fax: (973) 877-4407

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