Growing and evolving to meet the needs of the professional world, the Newark campus offers healthcare programs as well as the business and professional programs for which Berkeley College has long been known.
In the heart of the central business district across from Washington Park, Berkeley’s campus is exceptionally convenient. It’s easily accessible by train, bus, NJ Transit Light Rail (which stops right in front of the building), and the PATH system, which provides convenient access to Manhattan and Hudson County. Newark Penn Station and the Broad Street Train Station are only minutes away.
Major employers, retailers, government offices, and cultural attractions are within walking distance. The Newark Museum, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and the Newark Public Library are also nearby.
Why Berkeley College - Newark
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|USD 25,900 - USD 26,390
|Newark, New Jersey, United States of America