Bachelor's Degree Completion Programs
These programs allow BCC students to complete a bachelor’s degree by applying their completed associate’s degree toward the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Some of the programs allow BCC credits beyond an associate’s degree to count toward the bachelor’s degree.
While each program is unique, they all share a common goal: to provide an affordable and convenient way for students to complete a bachelor’s degree in two years or less, often without having to travel further than their own home or the BCC campuses. Visit articulation agreements for a list of course-by-course agreements with other colleges.
B.A. in Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies
BCC students who graduate with an associate’s degree in Human Services with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 are guaranteed acceptance into the Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies program in Assumption’s Continuing and Career Education Division. All courses from BCC’s Human Services program with a grade of C- or better will be accepted and applied toward the Bachelor’s Degree. All courses will be online. Click here to view the agreement.
Bellevue, ranked number one online education program in teaching practices and student engagement by U.S. News and World Report in 2012, will guarantee BCC associate degree graduates acceptance to any of their Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree programs, click here for more information. All coursework included in the BCC associate’s degree will be accepted and applied towards required coursework at Bellevue with the option of completing additional electives at BCC. It’s even possible, with careful advisement, to complete the requirements for a bachelor’s degree in 12 months. Bellevue offers many majors including Art Management, Healthcare Management, International Security & Intelligence Studies, Computer Information Systems, Gaming & Simulation and Web Technologies. Click here for the agreement.
Online Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program in Business Administration
Bentley University’s Online Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program in Business Administration is designed for working professionals who have accumulated college credits and have not yet earned an undergraduate degree. Students will complete online courses, delivered by renowned Bentley faculty, to gain the strategic business skills and understanding needed in today’s workplace. Bringing together a cohort of like-minded students, in a flexible format designed to meet the needs of working adults, the program offers an enriching way to accomplish educational and professional goals. For more information Click here or contact Annarita Meeker at (781) 891-2765 or email GA_onlinedcp@bentley.edu.
B.S. in Computer Forensics and Digital Investigation
Graduates of BCC who are accepted into Champlain’s Division of Continuing Professional Studies can earn their bachelor’s degree in Computer Forensics and Digital Investigation. Accepted students who graduate from BCC’s Computer Forensics program with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 will receive academic credit for their BCC courses and need only complete 60 specified credits at Champlain to complete their B.S. All courses are online. Click here to view the agreement.
B.S. in Health Information Technology
Graduates of BCC who are accepted into Champlain’s Division of Continuing Professional Studies can earn their bachelor’s degree in Health Information Technology. Accepted students who graduate from BCC’s Health Information Management program with a minimum GPA of 2.5 will receive academic credit for their BCC courses and need only complete 60 specified credits at Champlain to complete their B.S. All courses are online. Click Here to view the agreement.
B.S. in Healthcare Administration
Graduates of BCC who are accepted into Champlain’s Division of Continuing Professional Studies can earn their bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration. Accepted students who graduate from BCC's accepted program with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 will receive academic credit for their BCC courses and need only complete 60 specified credits at Champlain to complete their B.S. All courses are online. Click on your BCC major to view the agreement; Clinical Laboratory Science, Complementary Health Care, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy , Nursing.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
As healthcare settings seek to hire nurses with an advanced education, a bachelor’s degree has become increasingly important for career advancement. Curry College’s well-respected RN-BS program offers a pathway for RNs to earn their bachelor’s degree on a part-time basis. Graduates of this program are employed in all healthcare settings and are better prepared to take on new roles that require leadership and management skills as well as a solid foundation in nursing.
You must be a Registered Nurse to take advantage of this agreement between BCC and Curry. For more information Click Here or contact Tyler Hilbert at 617.333.2364.
Bachelor’s Degree in Leadership
The Leadership major at Curry College is an interdisciplinary, team-based program that combines theory and real-world practice. The curriculum includes a foundation of leadership and management courses, as well as essential communication and psychology courses. Assignments and action-learning projects empower students to develop industry-standard leadership competencies. This accelerated degree program (20-Month degree completion) is designed for students who have earned an associate degree or equivalent (60 credits). For more information Click Here or contact Nate Adkins at 617.333.2364.
Eastern Nazarene College
B.A. in Management
Students can earn a bachelor’s degree in Management at Eastern Nazarene College which offers generous tuition discounts and scholarships to BCC students and staff. All classes are taught by Eastern Nazarene faculty on the BCC campus. Students with an associate’s degree from BCC in ANY program are eligible. Classes meet one night a week and students can finish the degree in 24 months. ENC also offers a Master of Science in Management degree at BCC. Click here to view the agreement.
Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies
Bachelors of Science in Health Management (Fast-Track Degree Completion)
Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies has developed a degree completion program that is available to qualified candidates that are seeking to complete their Bachelor of Science in Health Management. You will be given the opportunity to transfer your entire associate degree and can enjoy the benefit of completing your bachelor’s degree online in 18 months while also being able to build a network with fellow students and industry leaders.
If you are interested in learning more about the Fast-Track BS in Health Management degree or other Fast-Track programs offered through Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies, please visit the website for more information on the program, application requirements, scholarships, and more.
B.S. in Criminal Justice
Norwich University is pleased to offer students from Bristol Community College the opportunity to transfer their BCC credits toward earning a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Norwich, completed entirely online. Connect with Norwich's nearly 200-year legacy through our dynamic online learning platform, which serves more than 1,200 working adults worldwide. We designed our online curriculum so that you can complete your coursework around your busy schedule without needing to come to campus for class. Along the way, you will experience hands-on learning, highly interactive discussions about real-world challenges and solutions, and mentoring relationships with faculty. With your education from BCC, you are one step closer to obtaining your bachelor's degree. Let Norwich help you finish and provide you with the credentials to help you grow and advance in your career. For more information click here.
B.A. in Psychology
This agreement allows BCC graduates in the following programs: Liberal Arts: Humanities, Liberal Arts: Professional, General Studies: MassTransfer, Human Services, Deaf Studies and Elementary Education, to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Students can transfer up to 90 BCC credits allowing them to take courses beyond those required for their associate’s degree saving time and money. If enrollment is strong enough Lesley University will be offering the classes on BCC’s Fall River campus one night per week for eight weeks. The target date to begin the program is spring 2012 so interested staff or students can apply now. Lesley University Psychology (Liberal Arts, Professional) click here. Click here for Lesley University Psychology (Deaf Studies, Transfer).
Wentworth Institute of Technology
B.S. in Project Management or Construction Management
Wentworth Institute of Technology is offering a bachelor’s degree in Project Management and will accept up to 80 BCC credits toward the degree, saving students time and money. Classes are taught by Wentworth faculty at BCC’s Fall River campus Wentworth also offers tuition discounts to BCC students and staff making this an affordable alternative to traveling to Wentworth’s Boston campus. Discounts are only given when there is sufficient enrollment for courses held at the BCC campus. For more information, click here.
Westfield State University
B.S. in Business Management and B.A. in Sociology
Westfield State has designed two new baccalaureate degree completion programs that are completely online, enabling students with families and jobs to plan their courses around busy schedules. BCC graduates in the Business Transfer program are guaranteed acceptance into WSU’s Business Management degree and BCC graduates in the General Studies/MassTransfer program are guaranteed acceptance into WSU’s Sociology major as long as they graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Students who graduate with a minimum GPA of 3.0 are guaranteed a tuition reduction of 33%. Click here to view the agreement in Business and click here to view the agreement in Sociology.
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