Bunker Hill Community College offers numerous programs of study that lead to Associate in Arts (A.A.) degrees, Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees and certificates. All programs of study include courses from three required areas: general education requirements, career and/or liberal arts electives and program requirements.
Information about Transfer Programs is available online. Students should also meet with a transfer counselor to discuss transfer options.
The Division of Academic Support and College Pathway Programs (ASCPP) provides effective, dynamic and student-centered services designed to guide and support the process of achieving academic and personal success. ASCPP strives to achieve this through three primary avenues: Academic support services, Individualized learning opportunities and College pathway programs.
Whatever your educational and career plans, you will almost assuredly be working with faculty and staff from this division. Today’s social, political and economic climates require each of us to be literate quantitatively, civically and interpersonally. Our division houses disciplines required for most degree plans and certificates.
The Division prepares students for employment as well as transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The division offers a broad array of courses geared to in-demand health careers. Faculty members hold advanced degrees and/or extensive credentials in their fields.
The Humanities are the cornerstone of a college education, providing students with the knowledge, skills and habits of mind to adapt to any pathway in their educations, careers and lives. A degree in the Humanities prepares students to think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, make connections across disciplines, and apply classroom learning to local and global challenges.
An innovative, leading edge Division, which prepares you for success in 21st Century careers. The Division houses seven academic departments.
The Division has several Departments: Medical Laboratory Technician, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Biology and Chemistry, Mathematics and STEM Starter Academy.
The Division of Workforce and Economic Development responds to the needs of the employers and community members through meaningful engagement and workforce collaboration to design and deliver non traditional educational pathways. BHCC leverages expertise, resources and a commitment to success to provide education and training to employers, community agencies, students and the community-at-large that support personal growth and professional advancement.