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Degree Programs of Study

Harness your potential, earn your degree, and move forward with confidence.

Harford's 90+ degree and certificate programs give you the momentum you need to take the next step in your career and in your life. If you're unsure what you want to study, check out the areas of interest below and then explore the programs that fall into that area. Still not sure? Make an appointment to talk to someone in Advising and Career Services for help deciding.

If you already know what you want to study, use the A-Z list of programs to explore the requirements at Harford.

 

Advisors can help determine the major that best aligns with your goals and interests. Reach out before you register.

 

Wherever it is that you want to go, Harford has the programs to get you there. 

 

Programs of Study

 

 

Explore Your Options

Think about what you love, what interests you, and what kind of environment you like to work in. All of these things play a part in choosing your major. Harford Community College is a great place to take your time and discover what fits: online, remote, face-to-face, or hybrid.

Degrees Offered at Harford

AS Associate of Sciences Recognizes a curricular focus on science, mathematics, engineering and technology. The Associate of Sciences degree not only transfers to appropriate baccalaureate programs, but also provides for career exploration and skills upgrading.
AFA Associate of Fine Arts Recognizes a curricular focus on the fine arts (studio, graphic, digital, photographic and similar arts subjects). It focuses heavily on portfolio or performance preparation and is geared to those who wish to pursue a BFA at a university.
AA Associate of Arts Recognizes a curricular focus on the liberal arts (humanities, social sciences and similar subjects) and fine arts. The Associate of Arts degree not only transfers to appropriate baccalaureate programs, but also provides for career exploration and skills upgrading.
AAS Associate of Applied Sciences Recognizes a curricular focus on science, mathematics, engineering and technology. The Associate of Sciences degree not only transfers to appropriate baccalaureate programs, but also provides for career exploration and skills upgrading.
AAT Associate of Arts in Teaching Recognizes a curricular focus in teacher education that meets the lower-level degree academic content, outcomes, and requirements for teacher education similar to the first two years of a baccalaureate program in teacher education.