FLEX Programs of Study
KCC FLEX degrees can be completed fully online or on-campus in any combination: daytime,
evenings and weekends.
The following FLEX degrees are currently available:
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS (A.A.) DEGREES
A jointly registered dual enrollment degree program with John Jay College of Criminal Justice, our criminal justice courses introduce the history, function and role of the criminal justice system. Those who successfully complete the coursework can seamlessly transfer to John Jay College to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Offering a taste of the arts, humanities, social sciences, history, and politics, a liberal arts education will provide you with a solid, well-rounded foundation and the tools for a lifetime of learning. You’ll learn to think for yourself and better understand the world around you.
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE (A.S.) DEGREES
You’ll learn the "language of business," and how to track and communicate the financial health of a business through financial reports and data. Master the basics of accounting, including how to prepare journal entries and various financial statements, how to identify current federal income tax laws and regulations, and how to apply financial information to managerial decision making.
Master the basics of marketing, accounting, finance and investment, and human resources – the cornerstones to any business.
Addiction Studies AS
Certificate in Addiction Studies
Prepare for a job in a growing field, where you can make a difference in your community and change lives. Through internships, you will be able to earn up to one of the required three years of clinical work experience needed for CASAC (Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling) credentials.
Gain the foundation for diverse careers in health promotion, disease prevention, health care administration, and health education. Concentrations are available in gerontology; health education and promotion; and health services administration.
The Health Sciences A.S. degree is designed as a generalized health degree with primarily introductory courses for students who want to explore different academic aspects of health as well as careers in health-related fields. The degree provides opportunities for students who have not determined an area of specialization in the health field, for students to gain an entry-level position in health care or the health field upon degree completion.
Mental Health and Human Services
This program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in human service fields such as social work, psychology, counseling, mental health, rehabilitation, and special education. Our faculty is drawn from the fields of psychology, counseling and social work.
This major is jointly registered by the State Education Department for both Kingsborough Community College and Brooklyn College where students can earn their BA degree in Speech Communications. The program at Kingsborough Community College provides two concentrations: Communications and Pathology and both provide a strong foundation in communication skills and diagnosing skills to treat persons who have speech language and/or hearing disabilities.
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (A.A.S.) DEGREES
Business of Fashion
This degree combines fashion studies with business courses to prepare you to be part of a team that get fashion to market. Hands-on projects and field experience give you a first-hand look at a variety of jobs available in the fashion business world
Tourism and Hospitality
If you have interests in travel, cultural exploration, or customer service, we offer three concentrations to help you develop the skills and knowledge you’ll need to be successful in one of the fastest growing industries in the world: food & beverage management, hotel management, or tourism. Should you want to continue for your bachelor’s degree, the program offers articulation agreements with many colleges and universities that ensure all KCC tourism credits will be accepted.