Get the Education You Need for a Rewarding Career!
To build skills and qualifications for existing careers, to seek a new and exciting career, or to aspire to be a leader in criminal justice, early childhood education, human services, political science, psychology, social work, and more—Middlesex Community College offers a wide range of flexible and affordable Social & Behavioral Science, and Public Service academic programs.
Curriculums are designed for those seeking continuing education or to further enhance skills and credentials, as well as for those who are planning to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Students learn about the challenges and the rewards of working in the field while gaining practical hands-on experience through class experiences and diverse internships.
MxCC programs combines skills and passion toward a career that’s exciting and fulfilling and helps make a real difference in people’s lives.
Programs of Study
- Criminal Justice Degree
- Criminology Studies Degree
- Early Childhood Education Degree
- Early Childhood Education Teacher Credential Studies Degree
- Economics Studies Degree
- Geography Studies Degree
- Human Services Degree
- Political Science Studies Degree
- Psychology Studies Degree
- Social Work Studies Degree
- Sociology Studies Degree
- Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential
- Early Childhood Education Certificate
- Therapeutic Recreation Certificate
Continuing Education/Workforce Development (non-credit) programs
Interested in our Human Services program? Learn more here.
Programs & Support
MxCC students can choose from many academic support options to pursue their educational requirements.
Students who need individualized help during the transitional first year of college can get one-on-one assistance with studying, learning, and time management through the unique Transitional Year Program.
The Academic Success Center offers further academic support through personalized and group tutoring. Students reach their potential in an encouraging environment and become competent independent learners.
The Learning Commons resource hub blends traditional services with advanced facilities and provides instructional innovation, collaborative work, tutoring, and emerging educational technologies.
Honors Program students hone leadership, academic, and professional skills necessary for future success. They receive faculty mentoring, special programming, independent study, and early entrance into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Ready to Become a Student?
Middlesex Community College has been approved to participate in National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement . “The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) was established to help expand students’ access to educational opportunities and ensure more efficient, consistent, and effective regulation of distance learning programs.” Learn more >