Turn your visions into reality. Receive practical, hands-on training in numerous areas, including alternative energy, chemical engineering, computer networking, construction management, electrical engineering, geospatial technology or mechanical engineering. Whichever you prefer, RCBC will engineer a career plan that works for you. 

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Associate of Applied Science
Mount Laurel

Want to solve complex technological problems and oversee important engineering projects? Applied technology managers enter exciting careers, such as a project manager, cost estimator, safety coordinator, quality control technician and more.

Workforce Education Training Program | Manufacturing Professional Development
Mount Laurel

Gain the skills needed to begin a career in manufacturing. In this industry-recognized program, earn certifications in Safety, Quality Control, Maintenance and Manufacturing Processes and Production. 

Associate of Science
Mount Laurel

This program is designed to parallel the first two years of a program in Chemical Engineering at a four-year institution. Chemical Engineering graduates work at manufacturing companies in chemical processes, such as petrochemical refineries and pharmaceutical companies. 

Associate of Science
Mount Laurel

Construction management is a dynamic profession that combines technology, art and science. Engage in broad academic, technical, business and construction management courses that are designed to produce well-rounded construction professionals.

Associate of Applied Science
Mount Laurel

Electrical engineering technologists design basic circuitry and build prototypes. Ever wonder what goes into developing computers, medical devices, navigation systems and other electronics? Or what makes your devices work? Ask an electrical engineering technologist! 

Associate of Science
Mount Laurel

Graduates of this program will be able to communicate effectively, demonstrate proficient mathematical skills and application of scientific principles in solving engineering problems and apply critical thinking in the analysis of data, design of experimental procedures and evaluation of outcomes. 

Workforce Education Training Program | Manufacturing Professional Development
Mount Laurel

Prepare for entry-level positions in the advanced manufacturing industry, and connect with employers through the program’s prescreening and post-interviewing process.

Associate of Applied Science
Mount Laurel

Mechanical engineering technologists design, improve and test products. If you’re interested in finding the best way to build a product from start to finish, this is the profession for you.