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STEM and Healthcare (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) MaryAnn Westerfield, Dean Sandra Marrero Cruz Administrative Assistant Located in the Academic Building DOWNSTAIRS
Arts & Humanities James Piccone, Dean Jacquelyn Whilden Administrative Assistant Located in the Fine & Performing Arts Center
Business, Education & Social Science Located in the Academic Building UPSTAIRS Linda Scully Administrative Assistant Dr. Charles Kocher, Dean
Cumberland County College Mission Comprehensive Community College Accessible Learning-centered Dedicated to serving a diverse community of learners and employers through quality innovative programs, services and the appropriate use of technology for life-long learning.
Accreditation Cumberland County College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Fall 2011 Enrollment 2011 Students4,188 Full-Time2,394 Part-Time1,794
Cumberland County College Overview of Academic Programs
Agriculture/Horticulture –Agriculture –Agribusiness –Horticulture –Floriculture –Landscape Technician Computer Science –Computer Science –Computer Science/Information Systems –Network Management –Network Management/Cyber Security Construction Supervision Sustainable Energy Technology (joint program with Salem) Nuclear Energy Technology (joint program with Salem ) STEM and Healthcare (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)
STEM/Healthcare (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Engineering Engineering Technologies –Engineering Technologies/Electronics Technology Health Sciences –Biomedical Science –Health Science –Nursing –Practical Nursing –Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Joint degree program offered with UMDNJ) –Radiography –Respiratory Therapy (Joint degree program offered with UMDNJ) Mathematics/Science Technical Studies
Arts & Humanities Communications Fine and Performing Arts –Ceramics –Fine Arts –Design/Fine Arts –Music –Theatre/Acting Graphic Design Journalism Liberal Arts –Humanities, Spanish –History, Literature Philosophy and Religion Television Production
Business, Education & Social Science Justice Studies –Criminal Justice –Corrections –Emergency Management –Forensics Technology –Gangs/Juvenile Delinquency –Homeland Security Liberal Arts Social Science Office Administration Paralegal Studies Public Administration Social Service Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor ( certificate)
Transfer Oriented Degrees Associate in Arts (AA) Liberal Arts General with options in Social Sciences, Public Relations, Literature and Spanish Associate in Science (AS) Mathematics, Science, Social Services, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Exercise Science and Engineering Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) Fine Arts courses to enter a BFA degree
Academic Program Characteristics Small class size -Average class size = 22 students Teaching and caring professors who are highly qualified in their respective fields Academic support services to assist students with academic, career, financial aid, and/or personal concerns.
Biomedical Science/Healthcare - Nursing, Practical Nursing, LPN Challenge - Radiography Elementary/Secondary Education - Early Childhood Education Justice Studies Business Administration & Computer Science LA/Social Science & Humanities Social Service & Gerontology Business/Network Management Fine & Performing Arts Math/Science Engineering & Technologies Accounting Graphic Arts TOP ACADEMIC CLUSTERS
Conclusion Why Choose Cumberland County College? We are a local community college that focuses on student success with certificates and degrees Build a college transcript while preparing for reentering the workforce Once you begin to work advance your credentials with another degree, perhaps a Bachelors or more.
CCC…balancing access with success!
Comprehensive State-Wide Transfer Agreement PurposePurpose Seamless transition from public associate to public baccalaureate degree programs and supporting the successful acquisition of baccalaureate degrees by transfer students
Lampitt BillLampitt Bill Passed unanimously by NJ Legislature and signed into law by Governor Corzine on September 12, 2007, this bill established a state-wide transfer agreement in New Jersey. PrinciplesPrinciples An A.A. or A.S. degree from a NJ community college will be fully transferable as the first two years of a baccalaureate degree program at NJ four-year institutions.
–Students transferring with an A.A. degree into a B.A. program or an A.S. degree into a B.S. program will have accepted for transfer exactly half of the credits required for the basic four-year degree and will have exactly half of the credits to complete at the four-year institution.
University Center Degree Granting Programs FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY BA Individualized Studies w/ concentration in Homeland Security, Sociology, Business & Technology, Public Service Administration MA Public Administration BA-MAT: Humanities / Masters of Arts in Teaching (K-5 Teaching Certification) Master of Arts in Teaching (Elementary Ed. K-5) or (Secondary Ed. K -12) Certifications: (Reading Specialist Certificate, including Supervisory Certificate) (Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Social Studies, or World Languages MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY P-3 Teaching Certification Post Baccalaureate Child Advocacy Certificate BA Child Advocacy Master of Arts in Teaching STOCKTON COLLEGE MA Educational Leadership ROWAN UNIVERSITY *ED. D. Educational Leadership RUTGERS UNIVERSITY BA Liberal Studies BA Political Science MA Liberal Studies WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY BS Behavioral Science BS Business Management BS Criminal Justice BS General Studies BS Human Resource Management BS Nursing BS Psychology MSN MA Elementary Education (Certification: Special Education) * Currently not accepting new cohorts