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  • DIVISION INFORMATION
    • The HCCC Business, Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management (BCH) Division helps students attain the knowledge and skillset needed for in-demand career sectors such as accounting, management, culinary arts, hospitality management, funeral services, and other business disciplines. Classes are conveniently offered during days, evenings, and weekends at the Journal Square and North Hudson campuses, as well as online. Hybrid courses are also available.
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    • Learn more about Online and Hybrid courses
    DEGREE AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
    • Associate in Arts (A.A.) Programs
    • Associate in Science (A.S.) Programs
    • Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) Programs
    • Certificate Programs
    • Specialized Proficiency Certificates
  • BCH SPOTLIGHT
    • NURTURING AND EXPANDING THE PARTNERSHIP WITH FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY
    • NURTURING AND EXPANDING THE PARTNERSHIP WITH FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY
      • Hudson County Community College’s Academic Affairs administrators met with administrators from Fairleigh Dickinson University to catalyze discussions about expanding the partnership between the two institutions and to lay the groundwork for a drafting of a letter of intent to offer additional B.A. degree programs on the HCCC campus. Currently, FDU offers a bachelor’s degree completion program for HCCC students in Hospitality Management. Under the new agreement, students would be able to take classes and complete advanced degrees in areas such as Administrative Science, Homeland Security, Sports Administration, and even a B.A. to M.B.A. track in business.
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  • BCH NEWS
    • LEAP TO OFFER CULINARY COURSES AT HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
    • LEAP TO OFFER CULINARY COURSES AT HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
      • Jennifer Rodriguez, LEAP Coordinator and Paul Dillon, Associate Dean of Business, Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management met with Cyndee Baumgartner, Harrison Board of Education Curriculum Supervisor, on June 17th to finalize classes being offered through the LEAP Program at Harrison High School. This is a renewable state grant available for high school students interested in Culinary Arts. Students will take college level classes and earn up to 9 credits at the high school and Culinary Arts Institute which will begin September 2015 and serve approximately 120 students.
    • 'MEET THE DEANS’ CONNECTS STUDENTS TO ADMINISTRATORS AND FACULTY
    • MEET THE DEANS’ CONNECTS STUDENTS TO ADMINISTRATORS AND FACULTY
      • On Wednesday, Nov. 5, Student Services hosted an installment of “Meet the Deans and Faculty.” The session introduced students to members of the Business, Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Division. Each academic division of the College participates in “Meet the Deans” every semester. The final “Meet the Deans & Faculty” for Fall 2014 will feature the Libraries on Wednesday, Dec. 3 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at the North Hudson Higher Education Center.