Higher Education in Maryland

> About
> Commission Members
> Colleges & Universities
> Institutional Grants
> Job Openings
> OCR Plan
> Planning and Academic Affairs
> Academic Approval Process
> New Programs Under Review
> Academic Programs
> Distance Education
> Advisory Councils
> Academic Common Market
> Student Guide to Transfer
> Veterans Benefits
> Base Realignment & Closure (BRAC)
>Other Higher Ed Links

Financial Aid
Career and Workforce Education
Press Room
Higher Education Accomplishments
Preparing for College
Online Services
For Students and Parents
> Financial Aid Applications
> Education Opportunities
> Academic Common Market
> Career Training
> MD CAPS (Student Inquiry)
> Advisor Tools
> Student Outreach Kit
> Veterans Benefits
> "Money for College" Events
> Student Guide to Transfer
> Guia para estudiantes (pdf)
For Counselors
>   Planning & Academic Affairs
> Colleges & Universities
> Education Search
> Academic Approval Process
> Programs Under Review
> Research
> Institutional Grants
> MD Fire-Rescue Education
> Career Training
For Counselors
>   Who We Are
> Contact Us
> Meetings
> State Plan for Higher Ed
> Office for Civil Rights Report 
> Advisory Council
Interagency Initiatives 
Base Realignment & Closure
Higher Education in Maryland
Print Printable version of this page

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore City Community College offers 28 degree and 13 certificate programs, which include Accounting, Allied Human Services, Arts and Sciences Transfer, Accounting, Biotechnology, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Construction Supervision, Fashion Design, Law Enforcement, Nursing, Health Information Technology, Teacher Education, and more. BCCC's Business and Continuing Education Division (BCED) offers a range of noncredit courses in Health Care, Hospitality and Tourism, Weatherization, Transportation and Construction, as well as other professional certification and licensure courses. The division also offers services in three primary areas: Adult Basic Education; English Language Services; and Workforce Development and Community Education Services. Additionally, the division prepares students: 1) to acquire a Maryland High School Diploma through its General Educational Development (GED) test preparation program; 2) to sharpen their English skills through English As a Second Language (ESL) training; and 3) to sharpen literacy skills through Adult Basic Education (ABE). BCCC promotes student success via small classes offered at convenient times and locations, and online, taught by a caring and award winning faculty.

Business and Continuing Education Center
710 E. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21202-4096
Map this location

Liberty Campus
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Map this location

Reisterstown Plaza Center
6764A Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21215-2306
410-580-2750 Toll Free: 888-203-1261
Map this location

BCCC Life Sciences Institute at
University of Maryland BioPark
801 W. Baltimore Street, 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201-1181
Map this location


Type of Institution: Public 2-year

Fall 2013 Total Enrollment: 5,394
Male: 1,722    Female: 3,672
Full-time: 1,772    Part-time: 3,671

2014-2015 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $2,112
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $88
Mandatory fees: (FT and PT): $12 Consolidated Fee per credit hour, fully refundable prior to the instructional session; $11 Facilities Capital Fee charged once per semester; Registration fee: $20, non-refundable, charged per semester; Application Fee: $10 non-refundable, one time only; Transcript Fee, $5 per request; Deferred Payment Fee: $20; Credit by Examination Fee / College Level Examination Program (CLEP): $60

Degrees or Awards: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

Calendar: Fall and Spring Semesters; Winter and Summer Sessions. Noncredit courses are offered year-round

Entry Requirements: BCCC is an open admissions institution. All high school graduates and holders of high school equivalency diplomas or certificates are eligible for admission. The diploma/equivalency requirement is waived for adults who have successfully completed 15 college-level credits. New students (part-time and full-time) and students who were not enrolled within the past two semesters must file an Admissions application with one of the College’s Admissions Offices. Students attending BCCC for the first time and intending to enroll in a degree or certificate program must take the College’s ACCUPLACER skills assessment test before being advised by an academic adviser and before registering for classes.

Application Deadlines: Up to time of registration. Early application is encouraged.

Title IV Code: 002061

Back to top
(PDF) Links require Adobe Acrobat Reader