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95% of our students recommend Bucks
Find Your Courses
There are several ways to explore the college's offerings:
Search by keyword: Click on "Courses" at the very top of this page.
To search our database for availability of a particular course, its meeting dates, times & locations, use WebAdvisor:
- Click Students (even if you’re not one yet) for credit courses. You do not need to log in to search for sections, but you will need to log in to register.
- Next click on the search link at the bottom of the right side of the page.
Check out our Intersession offerings, too. Classes start December 26.
Explore our continuing education courses.
Small Classes = Personal Attention
Bucks professors love to teach and are accessible to students. Typical class size is 18-25.
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Three Campuses plus Online
Bucks campuses have state-of-the-art science, computer and allied health labs, smartboards in most classrooms, and free WiFi.
The beautiful main campus in Newtown, on 200 acres adjacent to Tyler State Park, includes recently renovated lecture halls, library, student center and indoor pool, on-campus child care, gymnasium and wellness center, new allied health and music & multimedia facilities, and the new 9,000 square foot James J. Linksz Pavilion.
Our Virtual Campus offers eLearning (online) and hybrid courses with award-winning student support staff.
Bucks is Excellent
Ninety-five percent of our students surveyed would recommend Bucks to their friends and family.
That says it all.
Bucks is Affordable
Save thousands of dollars compared with four-year colleges and universities with our in-County resident tuition rate.
Bucks is Convenient
Courses meet days, evenings, weekends and online to fit your schedule.
- Courses start on various dates and vary in length from 6 to 15 weeks. (Modular courses are those which begin and/or end outside the established term dates.)