Bramson ORT College is a technical college in the Metropolitan New York area of the United States. Bramson ORT was established in 1942 to serve refugees and immigrants during World War II. It became a College in 1977 to provide quality technical post-secondary education and to meet the educational and career needs of the New York community.
Bramson ORT College is dedicated to providing each student with a college level education. Upon successful completion of a program, the student can seek a challenging employment opportunity in an established and/or emerging field of business, technology or health service. Many of the Liberal Arts courses at the College are designed to foster a mutual understanding and relationship between culture and American society.Present students with an opportunity to achieve a quality education in a technical, business, or health service program of their choice.
Prepare students for employment opportunities and equip them with the skills and knowledge required for career advancement.
Provide students with the human relations skills and work habits necessary to function successfully in both their professional and personal lives.
Integrate Liberal Arts courses that foster a life-long interest in professional and humanistic learning into the program of study.
Offer courses within the program of study that highlight history, politics, society, literature, philosophy, culture and tradition.
Offer technical, business and health service programs that enable historically under-served populations, such as the educationally and the economically disadvantaged, to reach their educational and career objectives.
Bramson ORT College's goals are to: