The signing will take place at HCCC’s Culinary Conference Center, located at 161 Newkirk Street in Jersey City.
HCCC President, Dr. Chris Reber, will be joined for the signing by NJIT Provost and Senior Executive Vice President, Dr. Fadi Deek. Also attending will be HCCC Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Darryl Jones; HCCC Associate Vice President for Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Lori Margolin; HCCC Acting Associate Dean for Business, Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management, Dr. Ara Karakashian; HCCC Dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment, Dr. Heather DeVries; NJIT Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services, Dr. Basil Baltzis; NJIT Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Laurent Simon; NJIT Martin Tuchman School of Management Dean, Dr. Oya Tukel, and Assistant Dean, Melodi Guilbault.
“This new agreement will provide pathways for our students to become highly skilled, data- and technology-driven business professionals at one of the nation’s highly regarded polytechnic universities,” Dr. Reber said. “We are excited to collaborate with NJIT on this venture.”
“Expanding access to STEM education is a core component of NJIT’s mission as well as its vision of being a preeminent public polytechnic research university with local and global impact,” said Dr. Deek. “Removing barriers of entry creates exciting academic and professional opportunities and we look forward to welcoming students from HCCC.”
Under the terms of the HCCC-NJIT agreement, students who earn an Associate of Science in Business Administration degree at HCCC will be able to transfer seamlessly to Bachelor of Science degree programs in Business, Business Online Accelerated Entrepreneurship, and Financial Technology at the NJIT Martin Tuchman School of Management.
Additional information about the HCCC Associate of Science in Business Administration degree program may be obtained by emailing Janine Nunez, Recruiter, at jNunez@hccc.edu, or phoning (201) 360-4640.