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Academic Programs

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Academic Programs

Become an NHCC student and receive an accredited education, for a fraction of the cost, when and where it's convenient for you! 

NHCC offers two-year degrees and short-term certificates that are designed to readily transfer into most four-year universities or prepare you for the workforce. Degrees are awarded as Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), and Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.)Certificates can be earned in as little as one semester and intended to sharpen your skills and enhance your career. We also offer the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC), which is accepted by all Minnesota public higher education institutions to fulfill the lower division general education requirements for a Bachelor in Arts degree. You can even continue your four-year degree at NHCC's convenient campus through our partnerships with several universities. And, of course, classes can be taken during the day, evening, and weekend in Brooklyn Park or at NHCC's satellite location in Buffalo, as well as online from just about anywhere...

Choose from more than 60 programs in Liberal Arts, Academic English Language Proficiency, Accounting, American Sign Language, Art and Design, Business and Technology, Computer Science, Construction, Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement, Education, Film and Theatre, Health Careers, Individualized Studies, Music, Paralegal, Physical Education and Fitness, Pre-Engineering, and Science and Math. You can also search by Transfer Programs or Career Programs. Or, you can research specific interests by Academic Disciplines.

Also check out NHCC's Supplemental Programs, aimed to enrich one's college experience: Buffalo Location, College Prep, Conversation Partners, Credit for Prior Learning, First Year Experience, Honors Program, Learning CommunitiesService Learning, Study AbroadUndergraduate Research, and Youth Programs (K-12).

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Contact Information

Admissions and Outreach Office
Educational Services Building
763-424-0724
admission@nhcc.edu