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College Now Summer Program: ENGR1000

The ENGR1000: Introduction to Engineering Computer Technologies course introduces high school students to basic concepts and career options in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Technology; Computer Systems Technology; Electrical Engineering Technology; and Electromechanical and Computer Engineering Technology. Over the course of five weeks, students participate in a rigorous program that includes class lectures, college-readiness workshops and weekly exposure trips relating to the class topics. Hands-on skills in these areas are developed and students use these skills to create an innovative product design that is unveiled in a marketing-style presentation at the end of the summer. The program covers the cost of tuition, books, supplies, metro cards and lunch.

Summer Program 2016

Required Registration Documents

Eligibility Requirements

  • Attend a New York City DOE high school
  • Be a high school Sophomore (10th grade entering 11th) or Junior (11th grade entering 12th)
  • Have an 80% GPA or higher on your high school transcript
  • Have a good record of attendance in high school
  • Demonstrate CUNY Proficiency through Regents, SAT and/or ACT exam scores in Reading & Writing AND Math

Students must meet BOTH 1 (Math requirement) and 2 ((Reading/Writing Requirement) below, and register for the ACCUPLACER Math placement exam prior to acceptance.

1. Math Requirement. Students must have:

  • Scored 70+ in Algebra I (Common Core) OR scored 70+ in Geometry (Common Core) OR scored 65+ on Algebra II (Common Core)
  • OR Scored 530+ on SAT/Math
  • OR Scored 21+ on ACT Math

*All Math applicants are required to take the ACCUPLACER Math placement exam to determine level of proficiency in college Math.

2. Reading/Writing Requirement. Students must have:

  • Scored 75+ on ELA Regents
  • OR SAT I Verbal score of 480+ or SAT Critical Reading score of 480+ or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) section score of 480+
  • OR Scored 21+ on ACT English