Founded in 1964, Bucks County Community College is a two-year, public institution that offers nearly 80 programs of study that lead to either an associate degree or certificate. Successful graduates transfer to four-year colleges and universities to complete a bachelor’s degree, or directly launch a career. Classes are held at campuses in Newtown, Perkasie, and Bristol, online through our “Virtual Campus,” and at community sites. The college serves nearly 10,000 credit-seeking students and more than 70,000 students in noncredit programs each year, including the Bucks County Public Safety Training Centers in Doylestown and Croydon.
MInDSpace (Media and Instructional Design), at Bucks County Community College, is a media learning lab designed to foster 21st century learning skills and media literacy. MInDSpace provides research and production resources for non-media students. For faculty, we provide assistance in designing assignments with measurable goals and learning outcomes. In addition to these services, we provide media and videoconferencing set-ups for faculty to use in their classroom or for staff to use to conduct an event at the Newtown campus.
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