Courses and Programs
At Bucks, you can earn a two-year associate degree or a certificate in a specific field of study. We offer two types of associate degree majors: transfer and occupational.
Our transfer degree programs are designed to parallel the first two years of study at four-year colleges and universities, allowing Bucks students to set their sights anywhere to attain advanced degrees. Because the receiving institution determines the acceptance of transfer credits, students who plan to go on for a bachelor's degree should talk with our transfer counselors before registering for courses.
Our occupational degree programs prepare students for entry-level positions within their chosen career area. These programs are designed and regularly updated by our professional staff, with the advice of community advisory groups that bring an understanding of real-life workforce needs from various local employers.
Occupational degree programs require four or more semesters of full-time study, including a concentration of courses in the chosen field and general education courses to broaden students' knowledge and skills.
Our occupational certificate programs usually require two or more semesters for completion. All required courses focus on developing occupational skills.
Program of Study Information
- Enrollment Options and Degree Requirements
- Earning the Associate Degree
- Degree Completion Deadline Table
- Inactive Majors
- Obsolete Majors
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