Why Should I Study Robotics/Mechatronics?
Robotics is a technology that is in high demand in the private, governmental, and military sectors. Industry analysts expect the total robot OEM sales revenue, initially dominated by heavy industrial robots, to show strong growth which increases the career opportunities for people trained in robotics technology.
Why Should I Come to BCCC to Study Robotics / Mechatronics?
1. The robotics / mechatronics technology curriculum (RTC) is sponsored by US National Science Foundation.
2. Scholarships/assistantships will be awarded to RTC students with good academic performance.
3. RTC students can transfer to Morgan State University to pursue BS degree in engineering with the concentration in robotics.
4. BCCC houses a state-of-the-art robotics / mechatronics laboratory.
5. BCCC has a diversified student body.
6. BCCC RTC graduates may get job or intern opportunities at RTC industry partners.
What Should I Do Now?
1. Contact the BCCC RTC as soon as possible.
2. Submit a BCCC admission application.
How a High School Student Prepares for BCCC’s Robotics / Mechatronics Technology Program?
Tech Prep is an innovative high school-to-college transition program available at most Baltimore City high schools. Students enrolled in one of the high school Tech Prep programs may be able to take a college course while still in high school; receive BCCC credit for a high school course; apply for the Tech Prep Concurrent Enrollment Scholarship, which covers tuition and books for one course; or apply for a full-tuition and books scholarship. Speak with your high school guidance counselor, or call the BCCC Tech Prep office at 410-462-8495.