• New Programs and Certificates

    Come, Grow with Us! Award-winning HCCC is adding new course offerings so you will have even more opportunities to learn at an institution that’s ranked in the top ten of NJ colleges/universities for social mobility.

  • COMPUTER SCIENCE, CYBERSECURITY OPTION (A.S.) PROGRAM (view flyer)
    Cybersecurity
    (View Program Requirements) Students majoring in Cybersecurity can look forward to careers in health care, biotechnology, banking, finance, manufacturing, logistics, and pharmaceutical industries as well as research opportunities in universities and government laboratories. You'll learn: How to analyze and identify potential intrusions and risk in a computing environment; How to employ techniques to identify, investigate and mitigate cyber-fraud; and How to apply cybersecurity skills, experiences, and training to scenarios from commercial business, law enforcement and government. Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 18 percent from 2014 to 2024.Median annual wages for information security analysts for the year are as follows: Management, scientific and technical consulting services: $95,520; Depository credit intermediation: $93,840; Computer systems design and related services: $90,280. For more information, please call (201) 714-7200 or email admissions@hccc.edu.
  • CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (A.A.S.) PROGRAM (view flyer)
    Construction Management
    (View Program Requirements) Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from start to finish. Students will learn to understand and manage all phases of modern-day construction. They will be exposed to new construction methods protocols, materials, testing procedures, and management principles. Special emphasis will be placed on ensuring that graduating students are able to pass the national licensing exams.The median annual wage for construction managers was $87,400 in May 2015 and the highest 10 percent earned more than $155,200. Employment of construction managers is projected to grow between 5% and 8 % from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. For more information, please call (201) 360-4259 or email amahmood@hccc.edu.
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (view flyer)
    Supply Chain Mgmt
    (View Program Requirements) Introduces the concept of a network of equipment and material suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers working in succession with one another to deliver goods and services to the customer at minimal cost and maximum efficiency for the greatest profits. Previously known as Transportation and Logistics, the Supply Chain Management certificate prepares students to work across the spectrum of Logistics and Distribution positions. Upon completion of eight modules, participants will receive a CSCMP (Council for Supply Chain Management Principles) Certification. WHO WILL BENEFIT? Entry- to mid-level Supply Chain Management professionals, unemployed, under-employed, and veterans. For more information, please call (201) 360-4247 or email cbi@hccc.edu.
  • PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (view flyer)
    Personal Fitness Training Certificate Program
    (View Program Requirements) The program provides a knowledge base in scientific principles and requires the development of basic skills in exercise assessment. Prescription and programing in healthy populations, performance enhancement, nutritional principles applied to exercise and sports, patient/client interpersonal relations and professional ethics and behavior within a safe practice format, prepares graduates to sit for a national certification in Personal Training from any of the following: ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine), NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine), NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association), and ACE (American Council on Exercise). Additional certificates in First Aid and CPR are available through their coursework. The PFT certificate is seamlessly transferred into the HCCC Associate Degree in Science (A.S.) in Exercise Science. For more information, please call (201) 360-4284 or email sdynan@hccc.edu.