Patrick EnrightWelcome to the School of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences where the study of mathematics, physics, engineering and computing come together with real world problem-solving in programs of study leading to an associate in science or associate in applied science degree. The departments of our division are committed to excellence and relevance in their curriculum. We offer the programs that prepare you with the skills and knowledge to excel in twenty-first century business and technology environments. Whether you are planning to pursue a baccalaureate degree upon transfer or enhance your workplace skills, we have a curriculum appropriate to your goals.


Our division offers over 20 degree programs including Business Administration, Hospitality Management, Electronics Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Engineering Science, Telecommunications, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Digital Media Technology, and Mathematics. The most recent additions to the division offerings are Criminal Justice and Culinary Arts and Science, testimony to the diversity of the division’s offerings.. Additionally, through educational partnerships, we deliver degrees in Aviation Flight Technology and Fire Science Technology. Degree program options provide the opportunity for you to pursue your discipline-specific interests in areas such as Restaurant and Culinary Management, Game Development; Computer Networking, and Management Information Systems.


The division continues to evolve its programs as we branch out beyond our historical disciplines in business, mathematics, engineering and computer technologies. In the 2013-2014 academic year, the division welcomed the Associate in Science Degree in Criminal Justice to the divisional offerings. The criminal justice program joins our existing fire science degree for those students interested in public safety careers. We expect that by bringing these programs together under a common leadership we will enhance our presence in the safety and security communities.


The departments in the BMET Division also offer a variety of certificates of achievement. These certificates are comprised of three, four or five courses and are designed to enhance your workplace skills and improve your competiveness in the employment market. The certificates cover areas as diverse as Finance, Small Business Management, Web Development, Information Security, Systems Networking, and Computer-Aided Drafting. There are nineteen career areas in all that are delivered by departments in the division so take the time to see how we can meet your needs and keep in mind that in many cases these certificate courses will also apply to a degree program.


The BMET Division prides itself on our ability to meet the needs of our students with dynamic, challenging, high- quality and accessible academic programs. We strive for the most current equipment and software in our facilities and continually search for curriculum development opportunities. Many of our courses are offered in multiple formats including online, hybrid and fast-track formats; you will find both day and evening classes in BMET disciplines and a substantial number of offerings at the College’s Morristown location. I trust you will find the education or training and venue that are right for you. I encourage you to take the time to view the many educational options and fields of study available in the Business, Mathematics, Engineering and Technologies Division.


Patrick J. Enright
Division Dean