All classes resume online Monday, March 23. Students must check their Bergen-issued email address and Moodle for directions from faculty. On-campus offices are closed; staff are all working remotely. Details at Bergen.edu/covid19.
Mission & Goals
The Information Technology Department offers a transfer degree; five career degrees, some with a transfer option to NJIT; two one-year certificates; and a certificate of achievement. These programs provide a basic background in hardware, applications, networking, and Internet concepts.
The Information Technology Program strives to prepare the student for a career involving business programming, medical informatics, network administration, network security, web development, database programming and administration, computer support, or the effective use of computers in a modern office. All programs provide a basic background in applications and Internet concepts. Additionally, the program provides a solid foundation for future study towards a four-year degree.
What makes IT at Bergen so special?
Information Technology students need to develop a broad foundation in concepts that will help them remain adaptable in a changeable marketplace. The INF program at Bergen Community College addresses current and long-term trends in the marketplace. A number of INF courses are available over the Internet as part of the College’s distance learning programs.