There's Still Time to Register for Fall Classes at Harford!

29 July 2021
“One Stop to Register” event to be held on campus Thursday, August 5

There’s still time to register for fall semester courses at Harford Community College. Art? Business? Construction? Engineering? Cybersecurity? Harford offers 90+ degree and credit certificate options as well as noncredit industry certifications and enrichment programs. Face-to-face and online options are available. Classrooms and labs are outfitted with the latest technology, and faculty and staff are on hand to provide the resources and services that ensure you have access to what you need to achieve success. To explore your options and determine what’s best for you, visit https://www.harford.edu/academics/.

Those who are ready to get started with credit programs at Harford for the fall semester are invited to visit campus on Thursday, August 5 for a “One Stop to Register” event. You can turn in any documents, meet with an advisor, pick classes, learn about your payment options, and connect with any of our other student services, all in one day and in person! Light refreshments will be provided. To attend, complete the form at https://bit.ly/HCCOneStop and our Student Affairs team will contact you to confirm your spot. Questions? Email studentaffairs@harford.edu or call 443.412.2345.

Information on two of the new courses being offered this fall follows: 

Introduction to Data Science
Learn how the collection, storage and interpretation of data is changing the face of businesses across the globe while increasing your employability and earning potential. This 3-credit data science course is offered remotely, Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM, and offers a pathway for those in public health, business, banking, marketing, biology (bioinformatics) and computer science fields to advance their careers. There's still time to register; email STEM@harford.edu.

Supply Chain Logistics Certification
This five-module program will provide new and experienced supply chain professionals with an opportunity to enhance their skills and achieve potential career advancement. The course will cover fundamentals, warehousing/distribution center solutions, managing inventory assets, information systems, and best practices. Students will gain practical tools to apply to everyday work assignments. For information or to register, call 443.412.2440.


Nancy Dysard

Sheila Terry