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Inventory of Program Offerings
at New Jersey Institutions of Higher Education
What is the Inventory of Program Offerings?
The Inventory of Degree and Certificate Program Offerings at New Jersey Institutions of Higher Education, contains information about the over 4,000 approved degree and certificate programs at licensed New Jersey Institutions of Higher Education.
What IS included?
What IS NOT included?
Go here for a more comprehensive description on the Inventory of Program Offerings.
Want to know what programs are offered at a specific New Jersey Institution of Higher Education?
The Inventory of Program Offerings Search Tool:
The Inventory of Program Offerings Downloadable Lists:
Check frequently as information will be updated periodically.
The New Jersey Council on County Colleges offer a community college program guide that provides a detailed list on credit, non-credit, and professional certificate programs at New Jersey’s 19 community colleges.
Classification of Instructional Program codes are provided by the National Center for Education Statistics U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, which was published as of September 1, 2010.