Programs

The goal of ASAP is to assist you in completing your Associate degree requirements in no more than three years, and to then prepare you to find gainful employment in your field or to help you transfer to a four-year institution where you can pursue a Baccalaureate degree.

As an ASAP student you will be enrolled full-time, taking a minimum of 12 credits each semester, during a morning, afternoon, or evening block schedule. Block programming produces more “student-friendly” schedules and ensures that you take the right courses at the right time. It also creates cohorts of students who will “travel together” toward their degree.

As an ASAP student at BMCC you can major in one of the following programs:

This program prepares you for an entry-level position in accounting. In addition, a large percentage of students choose to continue their education in order to become certified public accountants (CPA). CPA’s
can have their own companies or work in public,
private or government accounting.

As an ASAP Accounting student you may attend either day or evening classes. Your first-semester schedule will look something like:

Day Schedule:

Fridays 10-12:45

Fridays 2-3:40

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10-11:40

Tuesdays & Thursdays 1-2:40

Evening Schedule:

Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30–7:10

Mondays & Wednesdays 7:20-8:35

Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30–7:10

Tuesdays 7:20-9

For a complete list of courses and program requirements, see the Accounting Program

This program is designed to prepare you to enter the
business world in almost any type of organization
and is relevant if you plan to own or manage any size
organization.

As an ASAP Business Management student you may attend either day or evening classes. Your first semester schedule will look something like:

Day Schedule:

Monday 10-11:40, Wednesday 10-10:50

Monday 12-12:50, Wednesday 11-12:40

Tuesday 10-11:40, Thursday 10-10:50

Tuesday 12-12:50, Thursday 11-12:40

Evening Schedule:

Monday& Wednesday 5:30-6:45

Monday& Wednesday 7-8:15

Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-6:45

Tuesday & Thursday 7-8:15

For a complete list of courses and program requirements, see the Business Management program.

Students will find many career choices in the Child
Care curriculum. These include working directly with
children in early childhood education settings such as
child care centers and Head Start programs.

As an ASAP Early Childhood Education student you will attend day classes. Your first semester schedule will look something like:

Monday & Wednesday 9-10:15

Monday& Wednesday 10:30-11:45

Monday 1-2:40, Wednesday 1-1:50

Friday 12-4

For a complete list of courses and program requirements, see the Early Childhood Education program .

Interested in a career in social work, counseling, rehabilitation,
recreation, child welfare, public welfare, or
social services? A degree in Human Services will help
you enter the labor market immediately after graduation
or continue your education toward a bachelor’s
degree.

As an ASAP Human Services student, your will attend day classes. Your first semester schedule will look something like:

Monday 10-11:40, Wednesday 10-10:50

Monday 12-12:50, Wednesday 11-12:40

Tuesday, Thursday 11:30–

Tuesday, Thursday 10-11:15

For a complete list of courses and program requirements, see the Human Services Program.

A degree in Liberal Arts exposes you to a wide body of knowledge in the humanities and the social sciences.
Students are encouraged to analyze from different
viewpoints, and embrace new theories that will
broaden their understanding of the world around them.

As an ASAP Liberal Arts student you may attend either day or weekend classes. Your first-semester schedule will look something like:

Day Schedule:

Monday 12-12:50, Wednesday 11-12:40

Monday 10-11:40, Wednesday 10-10:50

Tuesday, Thursday 10-11:15

Tuesday, Thursday 11:30-12:45

Weekend Schedule:

Saturday 9-12

Saturday 1-4

Sunday 9-12

Sunday 1-4

For a complete of list courses and program requirements, see the Liberal Arts Program.

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Email: academicaffairs@bmcc.cuny.edu

 

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