In addition to intensive, career-focused programs taught by experienced professionals, many adult and transfer students find Berkeley College’s flexible scheduling to be an effective and convenient way to balance college with family, work, and other responsibilities. Courses are available during the daytime, in the evening, on weekends, and either part-time or full-time. Many courses and even entire programs are also offered online. You can log onto Berkeley College Online® with a PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any location where Internet access is available and permitted by law, and work at your own pace to complete weekly course assignments.
Berkeley College will accept transfer credits from regionally accredited post-secondary institutions for courses in which you earned a minimum grade of C and that are applicable to your program at Berkeley. Scholarships and financial aid are available to those who qualify, including our Transfer Opportunity Program (T.O.P. Scholars) for students who have earned an Associate’s degree from a community college in New York or New Jersey. You may also be eligible for Credit for Prior Learning.
Whether you’re enrolling in college for the first time or returning to your studies, you’ll find that everything Berkeley does is focused on preparing you for a successful future.
Here are some important factors to consider when choosing a college:
Berkeley’s programs are developed with input from industry experts to prepare students for the professional world.
Many Berkeley instructors have extensive professional experience in the subjects they teach, having worked at leading companies and organizations. Some have run their own firms.
Academic Resource Centers at each Berkeley location offer comprehensive support resources and services, including tutoring at no additional charge. Counseling and other support services are also available.
All Berkeley programs require a faculty-monitored internship, practicum, or job-related assignment where students apply what they’ve learned in the classroom.
More than 30 Berkeley Career Services specialists prepare students for career opportunities and maintain an extensive network of employer contacts. Berkeley graduates receive free lifetime career assistance.
While studies come first at Berkeley College, you'll also have the opportunity to engage in a variety of extracurricular activities. Our numerous locations in the New York and New Jersey metro area provide quick access to the social, educational, and cultural resources that New York City has to offer. During your free time, movie theaters, restaurants, and other entertainment facilities are nearby.
Compare closely and you’ll see that Berkeley is an excellent choice for preparing for a successful career.
Individuals who have earned an Associate's degree from a New Jersey or New York State community college may be eligible for the Transfer Opportunity Scholars Program (T.O.P.) from Berkeley College.
Individuals who have earned an Associate's degree from Essex County College may be eligible for a transfer scholarship from Berkeley College.
Individuals who have earned an Associate's degree from Passaic County Community College may be eligible for a transfer scholarship from Berkeley College.