Select from any of the following subject areas to learn more about the programs available at Bergen

  • ESL


    Learn English as a second language.
  • Fire Science

    Fire Science

    Learn hazard control, structural design, fire detection, suppression, and limitation of loss.
  • Accounting


    Students who have an interest in recording, analyzing, verifying, and reporting financial results may be matched well with studying accounting.
  • Baking and Pastry Arts

    Baking and Pastry Arts

    With an interest in cooking and baking in a professional kitchen, students can learn to master the art of baked-goods decoration and presentation.
  • Business Administration

    Business Administration

    Learn all aspects of overseeing and supervising business operations, including management, leadership, accounting, finance, project management, and marketing.
  • Communication


    Study speech, broadcasting, and journalism, with a communication degree and learn how to deliver messages through a variety of mediums.
  • Culinary Arts

    Culinary Arts

    Study food preparation, cooking, and presentation to become a chef or culinary artist.
  • Economics


    With an interest in the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, students can learn economics and how economies work.
  • Event Planning

    Event Planning

    Learn the planning and management of large scale events; train to develop large-scale events, conferences, weddings, and formal parties.
  • Hospitality


    Study how to place the guest first in a team management effort.
  • Hotel Restaurant Management

    Hotel Restaurant Management

    Learn professional skills to succeed in the exciting yet challenging field of hotel restaurant management.
  • Marketing


    Learn to attract customers to business and commerce; students can learn marketing skills to move goods and services from concepts to customers.
  • Computer Animation

    Computer Animation

    Learn the art of creating moving images with the computer, students can study computer graphics and animation.
  • Fashion


    Students who have a passion for fashion will study fashion apparel design for a career in the industry.
  • Film and Cinema

    Film and Cinema

    Learn the history and genres of films along with the skills of film interpretation.
  • Graphic Design and Computer Graphics

    Graphic Design and Computer Graphics

    With an interest in the art of graphic design and computer graphics, students can become skilled in artistic design and digital content creation.
  • Music


    Through transfer and non-transfer program options, students in Music at Bergen can focus on performance in classical, jazz, or popular music, music business or music production and technology.
  • Theater


    With an interest in the performing arts, students will be trained in acting and professional theater to master live performances.
  • Dental Hygiene

    Dental Hygiene

    Students interested in oral hygiene can study dental hygiene to become a registered dental hygienist.
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    Students interested in sonography can study diagnostic medical sonography to become a registered professional in the field.
  • Medical Office Assistant

    Medical Office Assistant

    Students interested in administrative, clinical, and management duties in healthcare can be trained in medical office duties to become a certified medical assistant.
  • Nursing


    Students interested in nursing can pursue training either as a day or evening student to become a registered nurse.
  • Paramedic Science

    Paramedic Science

    Students interested in providing emergency life support to patients in the pre-hospital environment can study to become licensed EMT’s and paramedics.
  • Radiation Therapy

    Radiation Therapy

    Students who are registered or registry-eligible radiologic technologists can study radiation therapy to help treat cancer to become certified in the field.
  • Radiography


    Students interested in the medical imaging profession can study radiography to become certified radiologists in the field.
  • Respiratory Care

    Respiratory Care

    Students interested in respiratory care therapies and modalities can study to become certified respiratory care therapists in the field.
  • Surgical Technology

    Surgical Technology

    Students interested in surgical technology can study to become surgical technologists in the field.
  • Veterinary Technology

    Veterinary Technology

    Students interested in animals and animal welfare can study to become veterinary technologists in the field.
  • Legal Studies

    Legal Studies

    A foundation for understanding the key components of criminal justice, homeland security, and emergency management.
  • Criminal Justice

    Criminal Justice

    A balanced and comprehensive overview of the nature and structure of the criminal justice system.
  • World Languages

    World Languages

    American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian and Spanish.
  • Women Studies

    Women Studies

    Examines women’s roles and achievements locally and globally.
  • Sociology


    Study society, social behavior, and contemporary social issues.
  • Psychology


    Study research methods, abnormal behavior, educational and developmental theories and practices, psycho-biological topics, topics in sexuality and gender, health and sports psychologies, and social and cultural psychologies.
  • Political Science

    Political Science

    Analyze the complexities of individual, group, community, and societal relationships and issues within a global arena.
  • Philosophy and Religion

    Philosophy and Religion

    Study in two related but distinct fields of academic inquiry; Philosophy and Religious studies.
  • Literature


    Develop the ability to criticize, analyze and respond in writing to the ideas presented in expository prose and literature.
  • Journalism


    Study the theories, principles, and practices of effective and ethical communication and prepare for advanced undergraduate and graduate studies in communication.
  • History


    Study both western and non-western history, through an understanding of the past and its impact on the present.
  • Education


    Bring your love of the classroom into the classroom and study Education at Bergen.
  • Wellness and Exercise Science

    Wellness and Exercise Science

    Students interested in wellness, exercise science, and sports can study to enter the health and athletic fields.
  • Aviation Science

    Aviation Science

    Prepare for advanced content in or employment in aviation administration
  • Biology


    Study the basic facts and theories in biology in order to pursue a career in science or allied health
  • Chemistry


    Chemistry include teaching, research, environmental science and scientific writing as well as positions in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
  • Computer Science

    Computer Science

    Train in information technology, computer programming, database programming, network administration, web development, gaming, and overall computer science protocol.
  • Engineering


    Prepare for a career in specialized fields such as mechanical, electrical, biomedical, chemical, and civil engineering.
  • Horticulture


    The science and art of growing plants, particularly ornamental plants, those valued for their appearance.
  • Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

    Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

    Train in drafting and design, manufacturing, electronics and general engineering, and industrial technology.
  • Mathematics


    Emphasize problem solving and the effective uses of technology in mathematical problem solving.
  • Physics


    Physics is the study of all physical phenomena and utilizes skills such as mathematics, analysis, software, and clear communications.