In 1978, Essex County College opened its West Essex Extension Center in West Caldwell, now known as the West Essex Campus to meet the educational and training needs of people who live and work in the western part of the county. Today the West Essex Campus located on Bloomfield Avenue in West Caldwell, offers a wide range of credit courses, customized training programs, a computer institute of non-credit courses, seminar workshops, conferences, and other special programs. The facility includes computer, biology and chemistry laboratories and provides a full range of services to students who wish to complete their degree work.
The college’s enrollment exceeds 8,000 students in its degree programs and another 12,000 in its continuing education (credit and non-credit), youth, and company and customized training programs. The institution’s fastest growing site is its West Essex Campus, where enrollment in degree programs has doubled during the past five years.
WHY ATTEND THE WEST ESSEX CAMPUS OF ESSEX COUNTY COLLEGE
730 Bloomfield Avenue
West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Academic Programs: 973-877-3175
Enrollment Services: 973-877-6590
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Recommended Courses for Au Pair Students at WEC (non-matriculating, 8000) VISITING 101 level courses, students are bilingual, should be fluent in English
|ANT 101||Cultural Anthropology|
|ART 100||Art Appreciation|
|ART 101||Art History|
|ART 168||Computer Graphics|
|ART 107||Drawing I|
|BUS 101||Business Org. & Management|
|CIS 107||Computer Literacy|
|CIS 131||Microcomputers in Business|
|CIS 135||Microcomputer Spreadsheets|
|CIN 101||Introduction to Film|
|EDU 101||Introduction to Education|
|EDU 203||Children with Special needs|
|FRN 101||Introduction to French|
|ITL 101||Italian 101|
|MUS 100||Music Appreciation|
|SOC 201||Urban Education|
|SOC 207||Understanding Death & Dying|
|SPN 101||Spanish 101|
English Composition or Mathematics courses only if student has taken placement test through Enrollment Services Office.