Baltimore City Community College
Educational Plans Manual

 

Baltimore City Community College Educational Plans Manual.

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Baltimore City Community College is dedicated to student success. Baltimore City Community College's Educational Plans Manual is a tool for students to successfully navigate their academic course work through completion at the College.  
 
The Manual is designed to be used by students, faculty, and staff. The Manual includes: (1) career pathways, (2) general education requirements, (3) graduation requirements, (4) prerequisites and contact information for program coordinators. The Manual also serves as the official advising tool used by academic advisors for future course selection and degree audits. 
 
Aligned with the College and Career Readiness and College Completion Act (CCRCCA) of 2013, BCCC has reduced credit program offerings to 60 credits and/or adjusted the credits to reflect the approved state-wide credit exceptions. The chart below provides: (1) credit programs reduced to 60 credits; and (2) credit programs with approved credit exceptions over 60 credits.  

 

DEGREE PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS REDUCED TO 60 CREDITS

REVISED PROGRAMS OVER 60 CREDITS

Accounting

*

 

Allied Human Services

*

 

Arts & Sciences Transfer

*

 

Biotechnology

*

 

Business

*

 

Business Administration Transfer

*

 

Computer-Aided Draft & Design

*

 

Computer Information Systems

*

 

Construction Supervision

*

 

Cyber Security and Assurance

*

 

Dental Hygiene

 

70

Early Childhood Education

*

 

Electrical Engineering

 

64

Elem. Edu./Gen. Spec

*

 

Engineering Transfer

 

64

Fashion Design

*

 

General Studies Transfer

*

 

Health Information Technology

 

61

Law Enforcement & Correctional Administration

*

 

Legal Assistant

*

 

Nursing

 

70

Office Administration

*

 

Paramedicine

 

61

Physical Therapist Assistant

 

67-68

Respiratory Care

 

67

Robotics/Mechatronics

*

 

Surgical Technology

 

64-65

Teacher Ed. Transfer

*


Effective Spring 2016 semester, “ALL” new students are required to adhere to the new Educational Plans and continuing students should see an advisor. Continuing students will have the option to: (1) continue using his/her date of entry Educational Plan or (2) use the new Education Plan as listed in the “NEW” Education al Plan Manual.  The Educational Plans will benefit students, faculty, and staff by outlining an efficient path to completion.

For additional information contact Shayla Hunter, Coordinator of Academic Operations and Services at 410-462-8560 or at smhunter@bccc.edu

 
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