Arts & Sciences
The Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree programs are designed to prepare students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Students are able to complete the course-work equivalent of the first two years of four-year bachelor’s degree programs and, when they graduate, to transfer to four-year institutions with junior status.
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Nursing & Allied Health
Brunswick Community Collage provides multiple avenues for those pursuing an education and career in nursing. Students can choose the ADN (RN), LPN (PN), Phlebotomy, Nursing Assistant, or Pre-Major in Nursing curriculum programs.
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High School & Developmental Education
Brunswick Community College works in partnership with the Brunswick County School System. The Main Campus in Supply is home to the Early College High School, a non-traditional school where students have the opportunity to graduate with both a high school diploma and an Associate in Art/Science in 4-5 years.
The Developmental Education Program offers courses that give students an opportunity to improve their skills in reading, writing, and mathematics, the skills critical to success in both technical and college transfer programs. For many students, developmental courses can provide a bridge to a college education. The courses are designed to build knowledge and confidence for students who are entering college after years away from school or students who did not master the math and English skills needed to begin college level work in high school.
For more information, visit the High School & Developmental Education page.
Professional & Technical
Professional technical programs prepare students for entry-level jobs in paraprofessional fields. With experience, many technicians move into professional and managerial positions. Most professional technical programs are two years in duration and must contain a basic core of 15 semester hour credits (SHC) of general education courses. The core must include two communication courses and at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics.
Visit the Professional & Technical page for a complete list of programs.
Continuing Education promotes the concept of lifelong learning by providing educational experiences that will help adults meet occupational and professional goals and fulfill social and personal needs. The development of these courses is based upon the needs and interests of the professional, business, industry and civic communities. Some courses are offered on a continuing basis while others are established in response to specific requests by individuals or groups.
For more information, visit the Continuing Ed./Economic & Workforce Development page.