Bergen Community College Catalog
Welcome to our interactive online Catalog. This comprehensive and powerful resource will help you find detailed information on the many programs and hundreds of courses offered at BCC. Providing Catalog information in this digital format makes the publication more useful and timely.
The College Catalog or the College Website - Where to Look
Both the College Catalog and the College website contain information on a variety of subjects. In general, the best place to start your search will be BCC’s website at bergen.edu.
This catalog lists academic degree requirements, course descriptions, academic policies and procedures as well as information on our student services, transfer options, and financial information. All academic policies and procedures are subject to amendment. Please refer to the College Policy Website (https://bergen.edu/about-us/college-policies/) for the official, most recent version.
This catalog does not include information on our noncredit continuing education offerings. The non-credit courses and programs offered by the division of Bergen Community College Continuing Professional and Workforce Development can be found at https://bergen.edu/ce/
Use the menu and search feature found at the right of the page to navigate through the Catalog. The navigation bar at the top of the page can be used to return to the BCC website.
Archived Catalog Editions
The Bergen Community College Catalog is published every year. The Catalog is archived each year, so you are able to access previous editions at the Archived Catalogs page. This feature is particularly useful for returning students.
When you need to access the list of graduation requirements for your particular degree, the Catalog is the place to go. Because students’ program requirements are locked in based on the year you enroll in a program, it is important to return to the correct Catalog edition when reviewing your progress. New editions of the Catalog will be published at the start of each Fall semester, and the existing edition will be added to the archives. Program requirements do change, so be sure to select the edition appropriate for you when you look back.
For questions about the content of the online Catalog, please contact the Associate Dean of Curriculum at email@example.com or 201-447-7160. Please note that some classes may not be offered every semester.