In the Fall of 2018, BWTC will offer students in the 10th through 12th grades, six new guided post-secondary pathways in lieu of their traditional high school based elective offerings. Each pathway will result in a university certificate consisting of thirty to forty-four credits. Students will complete all of their regular core classes at their home high school, and then travel to attend Bond Wilson Technical Center for their higher education classes and coursework.
In collaboration with Navajo Technical University and our local industry partners, Raytheon, Arizona Public Service, Navajo Transitional Energy Company, North American Coal- Bisti Fuels, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, and Teach for America, we have developed six university pathways for the 2018-2019 school year.
The pathways are: Computer Science, Pre-Engineering, Welding, Construction, Industrial Maintenance Operations, and Culinary Arts.
For a more specific year to year offerings please see the PDF Below: