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Online Degree Programs
The following degree programs can be completed entirely online through Bergen Community College. All of these degree programs have received formal approval by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. For additional information please see the Admissionswebsite.

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AA Degrees

Business Administration Option (AS.PS.BUS.ADM)
The Associate in Science Degree in Professional Studies with an Option in Business Administration is a two-year curriculum that prepares students for transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Course work includes introduction to business, financial accounting, and managerial accounting.

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Business Administration -- Management Option (AS.PS.BUS.MGMT)
The Associate in Science Degree in Professional Studies with an Option in Business Administration-Management is a two-year curriculum that prepares students for transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Course work includes introduction to business, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and principles of business management.

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Business Administration -- Marketing Option (AS.PS.BUS.MKTG)
The Associate in Science Degree in Professional Studies with an Option in Business Administration-Marketing is a two-year curriculum that prepares students for transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Course work includes introduction to business, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and marketing principles.

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AA Degree Program in Liberal Arts -- Psychology Option (AA.LA.PSY)
The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an Option in Psychology is a two-year program that prepares students to transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Students pursue a general curriculum in liberal arts that includes four courses in psychology.

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AA Degree Program in Liberal Arts -- Sociology Option (AA.LA.SOC)
The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an Option in Sociology is a two-year program that prepares students to transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Students pursue a general curriculum in liberal arts that includes four courses in sociology.

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AA Degree Program in Liberal Arts -- Social Sciences Option (AA.LA.SOC.SCI)
The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an Option in Social Sciences is a two-year program that prepares students to transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Students pursue a general curriculum in liberal arts that includes four courses in the social sciences (i.e., anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology).

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AA Degree Program in Liberal Arts -- Philosophy and Religion Option (AA.LA.PHIL)
The Liberal Arts Option in Philosophy and Religion is intended for students who wish to major in Philosophy or Religious Studies at the four-year college or university. This Option allows students to complete a 12-credit concentration in Philosophy or in Religious Studies or in a combination of the two. The curriculum is designed to make transfer into four-year college and university bachelor's degree programs as smooth as possible.

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General Curriculum (AA.LA.GEN)
The General AA Degree Curriculum in Liberal Arts prepares students for transfer into bachelor's degree programs in Communications, the Humanities, and the Social Sciences. This program provides students with a diverse and broad academic background in such fields as the Arts, Communications, Economics, History, Mathematics, Languages, Literature, the Natural Sciences, Philosophy, Religion, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. The curriculum is designed to make transfer into four-year colleges and universities as smooth as possible.

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AA Degree Program in Liberal Arts -- History Option (AA.LA.HIST)
The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an Option in History is a two-year program that prepares students to transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Students pursue a general curriculum in liberal arts which includes four courses in history.

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Certificate in United States Studies (CERT.US)
The Certificate in United States Studies is a one-year curriculum that allows students to concentrate on aspects of the American experience. Course work includes U.S. history, American government, and American literature

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AAS Degree in Health Sciemces (AAS.HP.HLTH/SCI)
This program is for practicing professionals whose experience in the field has gained them the equivalent of one year of study in a two-year program. This curriculum is designed for graduates of one-year, post-secondary programs who hold current certification or licensure in an Health Profession discipline, such as dental assisting, diagnostic medical sonography, licensed practical nursing, medical office assisting, radiography, respitatory technology,and surgical technology. Certification or licensure must be recognized by the accrediting agencies of Bergen‘s Health Professions Programs

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AA Degree in Women's Studies (AA.LA.WMST)
This program offers an AA degree in Liberal Arts, Women's Studies OptionWomen’s Studies is an interdisciplinary major which examines women’s roles and achievements locally and globally. Various perspectives are presented through such courses as Women in History, Sociology of Gender Roles, Women in Literature, and Women and Religion
A degree in Women’s Studies is increasingly desirable as more and more women enter the work force, and cultural and business connections become global. The business world seeks candidates with a good understanding of gender roles in addition to good critical thinking and writing skills.

 

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AA Degree Program in Communications (AA.LA.COMM)
The Associate in Arts Degree in Communications is a two-year program that prepares students to transfer into bachelor's degree programs. Students pursue a general curriculumthat offers courses providing life skills covering the methods for organizaing, delivering, and evaluating the spoken word in various speech situarions as well as selected classes inliberal arts.

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