Our division provides leadership for all of our academic programs, with particular emphasis on curriculum and faculty development and student success. Working in close partnership with faculty and other college units, we help you to reach your goals, whether you plan to transfer to a four-year college or pursue a career in your chosen field. Among our educational initiatives are: the First-Year Program, a bold new approach to preparing first-year students for success in their academic journeys at the College; the ASAP program, which enables students to graduate at an accelerated pace; and Success Coaches, who assist students with course and educational planning, registration and academic counseling. We are committed to ensuring that the education students receive provides them with the foundation and tools for success in their educational and/or professional plans and instills in them the value of informed and engaged citizenship and service to their communities.
Academic Master Plan
Beginning in Fall 2017, BCC engaged in an Academic Master Plan (AMP) effort intended to identify areas of opportunity, strengths unique to the institution, and areas of improvement. BCC’s AMP effort focused primarily on reviewing current and future academic programs within the context of educational and labor market trends. The decision to develop an AMP grew from the BCC Strategic Plan, which called for cultivating a 21st Century Curriculum and for reviewing, evaluating, updating, and developing curricula that maintain currency and are congruent with BCC’s mission. This resulting BCC Academic Master Plan is an expression of institutional academic priorities, will help guide academic decision-making for the next five years, and will inform the development of other plans, such as those in facilities, enrollment, and information technology.
BCC is currently in the implementation phase of the Academic Master Plan.
If you have questions or comments about the BCC Academic Master Plan or the implementation process, please contact Alexander Ott, Associate Dean, Curriculum Matters and Academic Programs.
College Personnel & Budget and Academic Review
For information about the College Personnel & Budget including guidelines for Reappointment, Promotion, Tenure and Fellowship Leave, forms and calendar, please visit College P & B
Luis Montenegro, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Office of Academic Affairs
Confidential Executive Assistant to the
Provost and VP for Academic Affairs
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