You made a great choice when you picked BMCC for your first two years of college! So what’s next? (Yes, we’re already asking that question.)

It’s never too early to start planning for your future. Actually, the sooner you have a plan, the sooner you can start taking the right classes and discussing your future with your advisor.

Thinking about a Bachelor’s Degree? Maybe starting your career? Either way, BMCC can help.

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More degrees are definitely in my future!

Earning your Associate’s degree at BMCC is a major accomplishment and a reason to celebrate… but you want more!

The credits you earn during your time at BMCC should transfer seamlessly to most four-year schools (provided the courses were not remedial and you earned a C or better). Whether you’re already set on a particular major or just want to browse the possibilities, we encourage you to be curious and explore our list of 100+ agreements with four-year colleges that guarantee the acceptance of your BMCC credits.

Find out which of BMCC’s articulation agreements fit your major, GPA or learning style.

Check out some of our most popular articulation agreement degree programs:

The BMCC/Morehouse College Partnership assists male BMCC students who plan to transfer to Morehouse College, one of the country’s top HBCUs for men (Historically black colleges and universities). Students receive guaranteed admission to Morehouse after completing their associate degree!

Read about qualifications and learn more.

The BMCC-Baruch Business Academy allows students to take courses on both campuses simultaneously. This program includes student support, including early access to Baruch’s Starr Career Center programming while at BMCC to prepare for the transition.

Learn more about the BMCC-Baruch Business Academy.

After receiving your associate degree at BMCC, your credits will transfer seamlessly to John Jay College of Criminal Justice as you pursue your bachelor’s degree. But it gets better! High-achieving BMCC students have the opportunity to earn a dual bachelor’s degree at Macaulay Honors College at John Jay.

Learn more about John Jay and BMCC’s agreement.

The BMCC/Trinity Washington University Partnership assists female BMCC students who plan to transfer to Trinity Washington University, one of the country’s top predominantly black institutions (PBIs) for women.

Read about qualifications and learn more.

BMCC Transfer Scholar Network (TSN)
Opportunities for admission to 13 top-tier colleges
Do you have dreams of attending an institution like Yale, Princeton, or Cornell? Achieve this goal when you attend BMCC and join the Transfer Scholar Network (TSN). You’ll receive academic and financial support to help gain admission to 13 top-tier colleges. If your household income is less than $100k, participating institutions will cover the cost of attendance.

Learn more about the Transfer Scholar Network at BMCC.

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Time for me to get to work!

What could be better than getting your degree AND gaining experience to launch a rewarding career at the same time?

If your goal is to start your career immediately after graduation, BMCC offers a variety of high-demand career track programs that prepare students to enter the workforce upon completion—each with unique benefits.

There are many paths to choose from. See some of our most popular programs:

BMCC partners with several companies like Zurich, TransRe, and Aon to link your degree to the needs of global companies with offices right here in the heart of downtown Manhattan. Apprentices at BMCC earn a salary, benefits, and a tuition-free degree. Most companies offer a full-time position when you graduate from BMCC!

Find out more about BMCC’s apprenticeship opportunities.