- Accounting (ACCT)
- Alcohol and Drug Counseling (ALDC)
- American Sign Language (ASLN)
- Anthropology (ANTH)
- Arabic (ARBC)
- Arts (ARTS)
- Chemistry (CHEM)
- Chinese (CHIN)
- Civil Engineering Technology (CVET)
- Communication (COMM)
- Computer Science/ Information Technology (CSIT)
- Criminal Justice (CRIM)
- Economics (ECON)
- Education (EDUC)
- Electrical Engineering (ELET)
- Electronic Media (COEM)
- Engineering (ENGR)
- English (ENGL)
- Environmental Science (ENVI)
- Health and Human Performance (HEHP)
- Hebrew (HEBR)
- Hindi (HIND)
- History (HIST)
- Holistic Health and Wellness (HHAW)
- Homeland Security (HLSC)
- Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism Management (HRTM)
- Humanities (HUMN)
- Philosophy (PHIL)
- Photography (PHOT)
- Physics and Astronomy (PHYS)
- Political Science (POLI)
- Portuguese (PORT)
- Psychology (PSYC)
All Ocean County College course descriptions begin with an identification code consisting of letters and numbers. The letters stand for the discipline area of the course, while the three numbers designate the level of the course as follows:
- 001 to 099 – Service/developmental courses – given at a precollege improvement level, do not carry degree credit.
- 100 to 199 – First-year-level courses for associate and/or transfer program.
- 200 to 299 – Second-year-level courses for associate and/or transfer program.
After the identification code, the course title is given, followed by the number of semester hours the course carries. Next, in parentheses, are the number of class hours and laboratory hours per week for each course. Certain courses offered but not for college credit carry the designation n.c.
Prerequisite study must be successfully completed before the student enters certain courses. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she has successfully completed the prerequisite course(s) prior to studying on the higher level. Failure to complete prerequisites successfully will necessitate rescheduling. Course descriptions contain the necessary information.
A course corequisite, if not required to be taken simultaneously, may be taken either before or during the semester in which the course is taken. If a student has completed a higher-level course than the corequisite, the requirement has been met.
A first year science course in which student earns 4 semester hour credits. Meets 3 lecture hours and 2 lab hours per week. If no notation, meets 3 lecture hours per week.