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Programs offered at Borough of Manhattan Community College - City University of New York
|Bilingual and Multilingual Education|
|Business Administration and Management, General|
|Child Care and Support Services Management|
|Computer and Information Sciences, General|
|Criminal Justice/Police Science|
|Early Childhood Education and Teaching|
|Forensic Science and Technology|
|Geographic Information Science and Cartography|
|Health and Physical Education/Fitness, General|
|Health Information/Medical Records Administration/Administrator|
|Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician|
|Human Services, General|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies|
|Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse|
|Respiratory Therapy Technician/Assistant|
|Science Technologies/Technicians, General|
|Secondary Education and Teaching|
|Small Business Administration/Management|
|Theatre/Theatre Arts Management|
|Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design|
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With about 25,000 students, BMCC is the largest college in the City University of New York system and the first community college in Manhattan. ...
With about 25,000 students, BMCC is the largest college in the City University of New York system and the first community college in Manhattan.
Students can take advantage of the prime location in the heart of downtown New York City, a financial hub and artistic center with its communities of Tribeca and SoHo.
I chose BMCC because my friend graduated from there and told me about the college and opportunities. I like the extra-curricular opportunities, such as the CUNY Service Corps program and student academies.
My favorite class is Speech, because I get to improve my grammar and communication skills. My advice for prospective international students is to take advantage of every opportunity on campus. I like New York because of the diversity and the number of restaurants. My plan after BMCC is to transfer to New York University (NYU).
I have found BMCC to be a good college with a lot of resources. I like this school for a lot of reasons – it is a nice campus in the city, it has a library, and the professors help you out in your subject.
My favorite classes are my programming classes. My advice to prospective international students is to be conscious about selecting a college and major.
I like New York City because it so friendly and nice. Also, there are so many restaurants that you can’t miss the food from your country.
My best experience has been my on-campus job working with the BMCC Office of the Registrar. I am helping other students register, and it’s fun. After BMCC, I will go to New York City College of Technology-CUNY to complete my higher education studies.
The environment of BMCC is great and the school is a good choice for my major. My favorite class is Accounting. After BMCC, I plan to transfer to Baruch College-CUNY.
After doing a tremendous amount of research, the very first reason I chose BMCC was for the tuition. It’s an incredibly affordable college in NYC.
The second reason was its location. I wanted to be in the city every day. I think BMCC is the best bridge for international students to adapt to a new culture. The diversity of students and professors makes it easier to be proud of who you are and where you come from. BMCC helps my confidence every day. It’s a solid foundation upon which to build my future academic and career success.
My advice to prospective international students is to get involved Ask around. Make at least one friend in each class. Don’t be afraid. You are not alone. I like to be exposed to many different things, cultures, and challenges. This country and city always leave extra space to push yourself, challenge your personality, and be better. I like that it’s possible to experience major shifts in my world view.
My best experience here has been interacting with professors and staff because they are so helpful. They encourage me, inspire me, and make up my second family here. After BMCC, I plan to transfer to a four-year school and most likely major in Psychology and complete the Pre-Med requirements. I hope to get my MD from an American college.
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