BCCC Programs Overview

Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) works to assist students in meeting their education and career goals. BCCC offers the following degrees: Associate in Arts Degree, Associate in Science Degree, and Associate in Applied Science Degree with 24 total programs. The College offers many certificates and diploma options requiring less than two years for completion.

BCCC provides a high quality education in Arts and Sciences, Business/Industry, and Allied Health/Public Services . We also offer a comprehensive Learning Resource Center and a Learning Enrichment Program for those who need a review or help from a tutor. Some students choose to enroll in the college transfer program and then transfer to a four year university. Students interested in completing an associates degree at BCCC and then transferring to a 4-year university should review Baccalaureate Degree Plans and Transfer Four Year Guides in selecting courses they complete at BCCC.

BCCC offers classes on campus, hybrid classes, evening classes and online classes. By placing learning first, students become a full partner in the learning process. Students are able to take primary responsibility for their academic career and their future success. To assist in this journey, the College has developed a host of resources for students to utilize on their path toward becoming a lifelong learner.

Learning doesn’t stop when students receive their diploma. That’s why BCCC offers a variety of Continuing Education courses and other opportunities to serve adult learners. Whatever path students choose, the academic experience at BCCC will prepare them for a world of opportunities.

Thank you!
Crystal P. Ange
Vice President of Academics
Beaufort County Community College



To make general inquiries about the Programs offered at BCCC Please contact the Academics office at 252-940-6246 or Admissions at 252-940-6237.

You can also contact your advisor by visiting our advising page.