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What is study abroad? Study abroad students earn academic credit while they travel to a location outside of the United States. BMCC Study Abroad Programs are led by BMCC professors – this means you are traveling with a professor to take their course in another country, and you may use the facilities of a...

Out in Two Scholarship

A Scholarship Program for Success Out in Two is a presidential scholarship program with a supportive community designed to help you graduate from BMCC within two years and assist you in transferring to a senior college. Benefits $1,600 per semester for the remaining 3 semesters Dedicated academic advisor Organized trips to senior colleges Free...

Psychology (A.A.)

Program Coordinators: Professor Daniel DePaulo, ddepaulo@bmcc.cuny.edu; Professor David Caicedo, dcaicedo@bmcc.cuny.edu The Social Science, Human Services and Criminal Justice Department offers a major in Psychology which will lead to an Associate in Arts degree. Psychology is the study of how people behave, think and feel. It includes learning about memory, reasoning, personality and mental health....

Economics (A.A.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Aldo Fabian Balardini, abalardini@bmcc.cuny.edu The Department of Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice offers a major in Economics leading to an Associate in Arts degree. Studying economics will enable you to have a better understanding of crucial issues such as social justice, wealth, poverty and global relations. You can use...

Computer Network Technology (A.A.S.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Chigurupati Rani, csrani@bmcc.cuny.edu The Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) in Computer Network Technology prepares students to operate sophisticated, state-ofthe-art computer equipment. Students are also given in-depth instruction in JCL, telecommunications networks, and operating systems concepts. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates can choose to enter the workforce in entry-level positions or...

Transfer Planning

When should you start planning for transfer? As soon as possible! Below is a transfer planning guide to be used in conjunction with connecting with your advisor: Stage 1: Discovery The Discovery stage is for you to see what you like and what you don’t like. Transfer fairs are also great ways to see what’s out there. Your first...

Public and Nonprofit Administration– TEST

Program Coordinator: Professor Peter P. Hoontis, phoontis@bmcc.cuny.edu The public and nonprofit field includes organizations that exist for the benefit of the public rather than enriching private citizens. These include human services, arts and culture, community recreation, health, education and government agencies. There is a great need or people with business training to keep these organizations...

Math Videos

Programs Offered Mathematics Solving Linear Equations MAT051 Supplement Lecture # 2: Sections 2.4 Solving Linear Equations from Yevgeniy Milman on Vimeo. Formulas MAT051 Online Lecture # 3: Sections 2.5 Formulas from Yevgeniy Milman on Vimeo. Finding equation of a line. Intercept and slope MAT051 Online Lecture # 3: Sections 2.5 Formulas from Yevgeniy Milman...