Humanities & Bilingual Studies

The Division encompasses art, cinema, communications, dance, drama, English composition, English literature, history, music, new media technology, philosophy, speech, and world languages. The Division offers A.A. and A.S. degree programs transferable to four-year institutions, and A.A.S. and certificate programs in preparation for immediate employment upon graduation; general education courses in art, English, history, music, and world languages required by various degree programs; and developmental courses in reading and writing, as well as English as a Second Language (ESL) courses to assist students who are not yet fully prepared for college-level courses. To supplement the classroom experience, the Humanities and Bilingual Studies faculty participate in, develop, and support various cultural events, organizations, and activities including many designed to promote feelings of positive cultural awareness among students and the bilingual communities of Essex County. Counseling, tutoring, cooperative education, computer-assisted language learning, and other support services are also available to students.

Academic Degrees:
Arts (A.A.)
Liberal Arts (A.A.)
Liberal Arts: Africana Studies Option (A.A.)
Liberal Arts: Communications Option (A.A.)
Liberal Arts: Journalism Option (A.A.)
Liberal Arts: Spanish Language Option (A.A.)
Music (A.S.)
New Media Technology (A.A.S.)

Academic Certificates:
English as a Second Language (ESL)

Certificates of Achievement:
Digital Media and Electronic Publishing

Location: Level I, Red Area
Telephone: (973) 877-3285; (973) 877-3450
Fax: (973) 877-1911; (973) 623-6449

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