Green Pathways Dual-Credit Program at Burlington Community College
In the past year, Burlington County College (BCC) and technical high schools across the state have continued to develop green education opportunities for students. Many of these opportunities come in the form of BCC’s successful Green Pathways dual credit agreements.
Students that enroll in approved dual-credit Green Pathways courses at their high school will have the opportunity to earn three college credits for BCC’s SST 100 Principles of Sustainability course, which is required for three associate degree programs: Sustainability; Energy Management; and Alternative Energy Technologies. Students must receive a grade of C or better in the course to receive BCC college credit.
After BCC’s initial arrangement with Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools last year, the college formed five additional Green Pathways programs: Atlantic County Institute of Technology, Camden County Technical Schools, Bergen County Technical Schools, Hunterdon County Polytech Career & Technical School and most recently, Cape May County Technical Schools.
High school students that want to enroll in the Green Pathways Dual Credit program should contact their guidance counselor or Green Program of Study instructor.
Fee: $150. For more information, visit BCC.edu/green.