Summer Programs

College Now @ New York City College of Technology

Careers in Engineering and Computer Technologies

Students in the New York City College of Technology's Summer Program in Careers in Engineering and Computer Technologies will earn college credit in the course "Introduction to Engineering and Computer Technologies". This course, will introduce them to four engineering disciplines through an exploration of basic concepts in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Technology; Computer Systems Technology; Electrical Engineering Technology; and Electromechanical and Computer Engineering Technology. Every Thursday trips are scheduled to expose students to career information at local industries and government labs, including Linda Tools, the Electronic Maintenance Division of MTA, and the NY Hall of Science.
July 6 -Aug 9, 2016
Monday thru Thursday
9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Three college credits upon successful completion.

Metrocards and lunch vouchers provided.

Eligibility Requirements

    Be a New York City public high school student, entering 11th or 12th grade in September 2016.

    Eligible students must also satisfy both Reading and Writing (A) & Math (B) requirements below.

    A. Reading & Writing Requirements (must meet 1, 2 or 3):
    1) SAT Verbal or Critical Reading score of 480 or higher
    2) ACT English score of 20 or higher
    3) N.Y. State English Regents score of 75 or higher

    B. Math Requirements (must meet 1, 2 or 3):

    1) SAT Math score of 500 or higher
    2) ACT Math score of 21 or higher
    3) N.Y. State Regents:
    • Score of 70 or higher in Algebra I (Common Core) AND successful completion of the Algebra 2/Trigonometry or higher-level course.
    • Score of 80 or higher in Integrated Algebra, Geometry, or Algebra 2/Trigonometry AND successful completion of the Algebra 2/Trigonometry or higher-level course.
    • Score of 75 or higher in one of the following:
      • Math A or Math B
      • Sequential II or Sequential III

      Students coming from Citytech partner schools will be given priority, but eligible students from other public schools may attend if space permits.

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      For more information on this program contact New York City College of Technology's College Now staff.