With more than 100 options, NCC has the program or major for you! All academic programs are designed to help you meet your personal and/or career goals. Many programs will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Others will prepare you to step right into today's competitive work force in a range of professions, trades and technical fields. Start exploring your future now!
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As you investigate the options, you'll find information about the kinds of careers that will be open to you with each of our degrees. You can also learn about the course requirements of each program, including prerequisites
At NCC, all curricula have a general education component that serves as a solid base for your education. In addition, in each academic program, you will find most courses give you specific skills and training designed to prepare you to meet your transfer or career objectives.
The college's faculty are specialists who make teaching their first priority. You'll gain knowledge in your chosen subject area from a combination of classroom lectures, group projects, and hands-on laboratory work. You will also benefit from the expertise of members of our advisory committees, composed of successful individuals from the region who advise the college about skills needed in the workplace.
Entire program can be completed at our Monroe Campus
Entire program can be completed at our Bethlehem Campus
If you plan to enroll as an NCC online student and live outside of Pennsylvania, or are a student who intends to complete an internship or clinical placement outside of the state in a NCC approved program, please visit this page for important information about enrolling at NCC .
Out of state students seeking to share a comment or concern about their experience should follow procedures found here. In the unlikely event ncc is not able to resolve your issue, students in National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements member states may lodge an appeal with the Pennsylvania Department of Education. students in non-sara states may use the complaint process in their own state.