Welcome to Academic Affairs at County College of Morris
County College of Morris (CCM) offers more than 45 associate degree programs, along with an extensive selection of certificate programs and a wide range of academic services to support student success. The college provides a vast offering of both credit and noncredit courses to meet and even exceed educational expectations. Credit courses can be applied toward career or transfer programs, leading to associate degrees, as well as academic and career certificates. Non-credit courses and programs serve workforce development needs by preparing individuals to get a job, obtain a better job or achieve greater success in a current job or satisfy the desire for personal enrichment. Customized training is also available for individuals and local businesses.
The collegeâ€™s academic programs lead to degrees in Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) and Associate in Applied Sciences (AAS). Individuals who satisfactorily complete these degree programs may transfer to baccalaureate institutions to further their education or seek immediate employment in their fields of study. Certificate programs exist to provide students with credentials certifying knowledge and skills in a variety of career areas.
Our faculty and staff are experts in their fields, passionate about their areas of expertise and committed to the academic excellence of CCM students. Class sizes are small and are offered in a variety of modalities: in-person, online or hybrid, which combines classroom and online instruction. Our academic webpages provide more detailed information about our courses, programs of study and faculty.
We welcome all learners to CCM. As indicated in our mission statement, we are focused on â€śexcellence in teaching and lifelong learning through the delivery of exceptional programs and services that reflect a dedication to inclusiveness and diversity, educational advancement, cultural enrichment and workforce development.â€ť Come and explore CCM and take advantage of the wonderful educational experiences we offer.
John Marlin, Ph.D.
Vice President of Academic Affairs