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Start a career in people, online at CCBC

If you’re fascinated by the human mind; if you want to help the people who need it most; if you want to get your head around the challenges we face today by examining our past, CCBC’s online Behavioral and Social Sciences programs have something for you.

We’ll help you broaden your understanding of history, the human mind and social behavior while ensuring that you build the critical thinking, communication and research skills that employers seek.

CCBC’s online Behavioral and Social Science options give you:
  • The convenience, flexibility and independence of online learning.
  • Cutting-edge knowledge and skills, earned through rigorous online coursework at CCBC, that prepares you for clinical settings.
  • The highest level of quality and expertise.
CCBC offers these behavioral and social science online degrees and certificates:

Program Credential Delivery Method Time to Completion
Anthropology Associate of Arts Fully online 2 years
History Associate of Arts
Fully online
2 years
Human Services Counseling Associate of Applied Science Fully online 2 years
Psychology Associate of Arts Fully online 2 years
Sociology Associate of Arts Fully online 2 years
Behavioral Health Counseling Trainee Credit Certificate Fully online 12 months or less
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Practitioner Credit Certificate Blended 12 months
Human Services Generalist Credit Certificate Fully online 12 months
CCBC also offers these programs onsite. Choose the option that’s best for you!

State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements

CCBC is authorized to offer online classes to out-of-state students.

As a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is approved to offer online learning courses and programs to students in all NC-SARA states. This agreement allows students to have a wider variety of education offerings as well as improved resolution of student complaints. Please note that, currently, California is not an NC-SARA state, but CA students attending CCBC still can receive Title IV funds.

For a list of higher education contacts to resolve complaints per state, please use the U.S. Department of Education site. Choose the state that you are in, and then search for the Higher Education contact.