Academic Divisions

Harford Community College has six academic divisions offering a spectrum of educational backgrounds and academic opportunities.

Behavioral & Social Sciences 

Tony Wohlers, Dean

The Behavioral & Social Sciences division offers six programs, many with specialized tracks. Programs within this division may be transferred to a four-year institution or prepare students for job entry.

Business, Education, Computing & Applied Technology  

Kelly Koermer, Dean

The Business, Education, Computing & Applied Technology division prepares students for challenging careers in fields such as business, education, industry, and government.


Lisa Tittle, Interim Dean

The Humanities division offers varied academic programs tailored to the needs of the individual student. The Communication Studies, English, General Studies, Philosophy and Technical/Professional Studies and Transitional Studies programs combine discipline-specific knowledge with rhetorical, analytical skills and philosophical thought to prepare students for graduation.  Additionally, students enrolled in an academic program in humanities could earn an associate’s degree that is transferable to many four-year institutions.

Nursing & Allied Health Professions

Laura Cianelli Preston, Dean

Through strong ties with our clinical partners, Harford Community College offers two high-quality credit programs plus a variety of continuing education programs that prepare students to meet the healthcare demands of our growing community.

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Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

Pamela Pape-Lindstrom, Dean

The STEM programs combine discipline-specific knowledge with investigative and technical skills to prepare students for transfer to a four-year program in six different areas of study. Also offered are certificates and degrees that prepare for immediate employment in a science/technology field.

Visual, Performing & Applied Arts

Todd Abramovitz, Dean

VPAA offers opportunities for professional preparation and transfer in many fields within the division’s disciplines of Digital Arts, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Mass Communications, Music, Photography, and Theatre. The division is also responsible for the operation of 91.1 WHFC-FM and the Chesapeake Gallery, and produces professional concerts as well as theatrical performances.