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Complete your educational goals conveniently from anywhere. Whether you are a professional looking to advance your career or a brand-new student with plans to transfer to a four-year college or university, Hudson Online can help you reach your goals!
The Center for Online Learning supports the development of online courses and manages Canvas, the Learning Management System used at Hudson County Community College. If you are a registered student, click here to log in to Canvas.
Please note that not all HCCC courses are available online. An explanation of the different modalities (online, hybrid, etc.) is provided here.
To view online course offerings, view the online course schedule. The course schedule shows the online courses being offered. Choose your semester on the left. You can add other filters such as Subject.
The Center for Online Learning also supports the development of hybrid courses, which can be viewed by clicking here.
For full course descriptions, visit the Academic Catalog.
Our fully online degree and certificate programs are listed below. Although the entire degree can be completed online, please note that some elective course options may not be available in the fully online degree program. We are always adding more online degree and certification programs, so please check back periodically.
The transfer-oriented two-year A.S. in Accounting program is the first step towards professional licensure and certification in both public and private sector accounting. The program is designed for students seeking a four-year accounting degree that meets eligibility requirements for the CPA or CMA exam. The degree also provides a solid background for junior-level entry into the accounting workplace.
The Certificate in Accounting program prepares graduates already in the field of accounting, along with new accounting students, with the minimal accounting job skills required for immediate employment. Potential careers include positions in accounting, bookkeeping, financial analysis, tax preparation and payroll accounting.
Business Administration AS
Graduates of this degree are also qualified for entry-level administrative and management positions. The program provides business knowledge and skills as the foundation for more specialized and/or advanced study.
Business (Liberal Arts) AA
Do you want to broaden your business knowledge and specialize in an area of business where you can transfer your knowledge to a four-year institution or the workforce? This business degree provides you with the knowledge and skills that universities and employers are looking for.
Criminal Justice AS
Get prepared for successful careers in a variety of positions in federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as police, corrections, court officers, security officers, or a number of administrative positions.
This program is intended for students who want to broaden and deepen their understanding of literature and develop their own writing skills for professional and scholarly purposes, as well as for personal growth. Graduates will be able to advance to four-year programs in English, Writing, Creative Writing, Communications, Literature, or Journalism, as well as any other majors in which writing skills and an appreciation of literature are required.
Health Sciences AAS
Are you already a certified or licensed healthcare professional? Looking for an opportunity to advance? Step up and earn an Associate degree in Health Sciences with HCCC Online. For more information about this online program, email healthprogramsFREEHUDSONCOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE.
Health Services AS
This program is designed to prepare students for seamless transfer into baccalaureate institutions in health related degrees. Many of these health related positions are not directly involved in patient care but serve as supportive services for the health care enterprise.
History (Liberal Arts) AA
This program prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges or universities after completing two years of undergraduate coursework at HCCC. Graduating students may advance to majors in history or related subjects.
Liberal Arts (General) AA
This program prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges or universities after completing two years of undergraduate coursework at HCCC.
Psychology (Liberal Arts) AA
This program prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges or universities after completing two years of undergraduate coursework at HCCC. Graduating students may advance to majors in psychology or related subjects.
Contact Enrollment Services at (201) 714-7200, or email admissionsFREEHUDSONCOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE.
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You can accelerate your learning or take your time. Classes are available in a variety of formats.
HCCC offers online advising. Advisors help with academic planning and can help you access helpful resources. Students can make an online appointment with an advisor by emailing advisingFREElive.HUDSONCOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE.
Canvas is our platform for online courses, and Canvas support is available around the clock. Chat, call (833-685-8350), or email firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate help!
Our classes are very affordable. No matter where you live, we offer in-county tuition rates for fully online programs, and our cost-per-credit is well below the average. Financial Aid is available for online students.