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Earn a Drexel Education at Burlington County College

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Drexel University and Burlington County College (BCC) have joined together to create a unique educational opportunity called Drexel at BCC. This partnership enables BCC students to earn a bachelor's degree from Drexel University while remaining on BCC's Mount Laurel campus.

BCC students complete their first two years at BCC and transfer these credits seamlessly into the Drexel program. Students can then pursue Drexel's 300- and 400- level courses as Drexel students. All Drexel classes will be offered on the BCC Mount Laurel campus by Drexel's experienced, professional faculty.

 

Academic Programs

Drexel at BCC is available for students enrolled in one of the academic programs listed below. You can make a seamless transfer into Drexel's 300- and 400-level courses taught on BCC's campus provided you have completed all required 100- and 200-level courses, as well as all prerequisite courses required for the Drexel major, and have attained a cumulative GPA of 2.50 (2.75 for computer engineering, electrical engineering and computer science).

All Drexel courses are taught by experienced Drexel faculty. As active professionals, Drexel's talented faculty bring practical and current experience to the BCC classroom.

Bachelor's Degree Programs:

 

Drexel at BCC Events

Information Sessions:

We invite you to attend an upcoming Drexel at BCC Information Session on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 in Laurel Hall Room 320 - 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to learn more about:

  • Drexel University's unique partnership with Burlington County College
  • Available Drexel majors
  • Drexel cooperative education
  • Student Life
  • Tuition, financial aid, and scholarships

Please register by Friday, January 31, 2014 by calling 1-866-644-3795 or email bccenroll@drexel.edu

Feel free to bring guests. And remember, if you apply during your visit, we'll waive the application fee.

 

Instant Decision Days

If you're planning to apply to Drexel at BCC, why wait? Come visit us on one of the dates below and receive an immediate admission decision. Appointments are available between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Drexel at BCC Admissions Visit and Study Center in the Technology & Engineering Center (TEC),  room 104. Call 1-866-644-3795 or email bccenroll@drexel.edu to schedule your appointment.

  • Tuesday, February 11, 2014
  • Tuesday, February 25, 2014
  • Tuesday, March 11, 2014
  • Tuesday, March 25, 2014

 

Program Descriptions

Applied Engineering Technology (BS)

The Applied Engineering Technology program is designed for students with a strong inclination for application of design and technology. With concentrations in electrical, manufacturing, and mechanical engineering technology, AET graduates fill the gap that often exists between engineers/scientists and the technical/production workforce. Career opportunities include: computer programming, engineering (aerospace, construction, design, environmental, etc.), information systems, management, quality control, and semiconductor production.

To download Plans of Study, click here.

Biological Sciences (BS)

The biological sciences include many fields. Biologists study the structure and functions of living organisms — from the individual cell to the full organism, and collectively to the community level. Students develop the skills to pursue careers in medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine; research or commercial laboratories; various governmental agencies; and teaching. In the past two decades, advances in molecular biology, genetics, nanotechnology, and tissue engineering have been rapid, opening many new careers in the fields of biotechnology and genetic engineering.

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Computer Science (BS)

The Drexel program in Computer Science offers extensive exposure to a variety of programming paradigms and languages, practice in the discipline of software engineering, a survey of the various sub-disciplines of computer science (databases, artificial intelligence, numerical computation, data structures and algorithms, operating systems, graphics, human-computer interaction), and training in analytical and mathematical methods.

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Computer Engineering (BSCE)

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering provides a broad focus on digital circuit design, computer hardware and organization, programming and computer software, algorithms, and networks. The Computer Engineering program includes the same basic core as the Electrical Engineering degree. However, a strong emphasis on computer-related subjects continues throughout the program. This major is designed to prepare students for positions in the areas of design and architecture of digital computers, as well as in the applications of computers and digital systems.

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Computing and Security Technology (BS)

The Computing and Security Technology program emphasizes practical, hands-on education and provides fundamental concepts that are supplemented with actual industry experience. Attention is given to the maintenance and administration of information systems covering each of the major components of computer infrastructure: systems and database administration, programming, and Web development.

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Construction Management (BS)

This highly specialized program combines the elements of technology, management, and business. Students develop the skills necessary for the design and management of construction projects, including airports, bridges, commercial buildings, dams, highways, etc. Strong emphasis is placed on developing skills to complete projects on time and on cost versus the theoretical aspects of structural design. Career opportunities include estimators, field superintendents, project managers, and schedulers.

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Culinary Arts (BS) - Coming Soon

The Culinary Arts program is designed to prepare students to assume leadership positions in the fine-dining segment of hospitality organizations. With its blend of innovative cuisine, management, technology, and customer service, Drexel's culinary arts curriculum builds student knowledge across functional areas while allowing for increased specialization in food styling, food writing, food studies, and international cuisine as well as concentrating in food and beverage management.

Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

More information will be available soon.

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Hospitality Management (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management combines interdisciplinary education with a global perspective for tomorrow's leaders and managers. This program allows students to specialize in one of three concentrations: food and beverage management, travel and tourism, and lodging administration. Career paths include convention and meeting planning, cruise lines, hotels and resorts, and travel agencies.

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Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Mechanical engineers have traditionally been associated with the automotive, transportation, and power generation industries, but in recent years, growth and innovation in the technology sector have expanded the spectrum of opportunity. Today, mechanical engineers design, analyze, and manufacture new products in a wide range of fields. Drexel at BCCs program in Mechanical Engineering will prepare you for a career in industry or government, as well as for graduate studies in engineering, medical sciences, law, business, information technology, and other disciplines in which technological and analytical skills play a significant role.

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