Academic/Training Divisions and Programs

The College offers a wide range of opportunities for those seeking degree and credit programs, career advancement, job training, and personal enrichment.

Arts and Humanities (AH)

Art, Communications, Liberal Arts, Music, Theater

Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS)

General Studies, Law, Politics, Psychology

Education, Wellness, and Community Engagement (EWCE)

Community Education, Teaching, Travel, Wellness, Youth Programs

Integrated Business and Applied Technology (IBAT)

Apprenticeships, Business, CADD, Computers, Cyber, Leadership, Workforce Development

Nursing and Allied Health Professions (NAHP)

Billing, Medical Assisting, Nursing, Paramedic

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

Engineering, Math, Science, Technology

Additional Programs and Resources

Honors Programs

Courses include greater intellectual and experiential opportunities and challenges, providing enriched learning and greater depth of analysis, synthesis and evaluation of material.


HCC eLearning courses give students the opportunity to take classes from anywhere at any time. We support several online models for credit course delivery.

As a distance learner, you can attend classes at any time, day or night, at your convenience. You can take a combination of online and/or traditional on-campus courses to acquire the following degrees:

  • Business Administration (AS)
  • General Studies (AA)
  • Psychology (AA)

(AA) = Associate of Arts

(AS) = Associate of Sciences

(AAS) = Associate of Applied Sciences

Certificate programs available completely online:

  • List of Certificates here

For a full listing of Harford Community College's credit degree programs, visit the Academic Majors homepage.


Articulation agreements with other higher education institutions confirms the acceptance of transfer credits from HCC. Students complete the designated degree at HCC and then transfer seamlessly to other colleges and universities.

Global Engagement

An integral part of the mission of Harford Community College is to foster "lifelong learning, global awareness, and social and cultural enrichment." The College supports that mission through the Office of Global Education and Engagement.


The Library contributes to excellence in teaching and learning by supporting and expanding classroom instruction by providing easy and comprehensive access to information and instruction in various formats.

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) serves as a center for collaboration, communication and coordination of teaching and learning activities and innovative instruction to promote lifelong learning and student success.


Associate of Arts (AA)
Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)
Associate of Sciences (AS)
Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS)
Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)


Certificates (Credit and Noncredit)

Certificate programs offer training in skills that are specific to an occupation; they are available in several occupational fields. Certificates can be completed in six months to two years and include from 12 to 54 credits of course work.