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The North Hudson Campus (NHC) of Hudson County Community College located in Union City, New Jersey stands seven stories tall and at 92,330 square-foot, the building is a complete campus under one roof. In addition to smart classrooms and Wi-Fi, the NHC also houses a bookstore, a library, an enrollment center (bursar’s, financial aid, testing and assessment, academic advisement and continuing education), tutorial Services, computer labs, a student lounge/cyber café, multi-purpose room, language labs, science labs, film and music studies room, outdoor courtyard, a 7th floor terrace with amazing views, and so much more. The North Hudson Campus has direct access from the Light Rail.
The AA Liberal Arts ECE degree is the right choice for students who want to teach in pre-kindergarten through third grade. After earning this degree and satisfying all entrance requirements students are prepared to transfer to a four-year college or university to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education, required for certification. Coursework at HCCC integrates theory and practice and includes child/program observations in schools, child care centers, and in other group settings.
Early Childhood Education A.A.S. can also be completed from start to finish at the NHC.
The Liberal Arts Degree in Elementary/Secondary Education is the right choice for students who are interested in preparing for a professional teaching career in public school education. After earning the Associate of Arts Degree, students are prepared to transfer to four-year College or university to continue their education and earn a Bachelor's Degree, required for certification.
An Associate in Arts General degree program prepares students for transfer to a four-year college after completing two years of undergraduate coursework at HCCC. Graduating students may advance to many different majors, for instance, in the social sciences, humanities, business or education.
The Associate in Arts Liberal Arts Psychology degree 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.
Hudson County Community College
North Hudson Campus
Union City, New Jersey
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