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  • 1. Briant Ross 3rdDec. 5 th 2012
  • 2. Baton Rouge Community College 201 Community College Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70806 PH1-866-217-9823
  • 3. History ● On August 20, 1998, Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) officially opened its doors. ● The top estimate of expected enrollment was 700 students. ● But the new college’s faculty and staff were shocked to find almost triple that number – 1,866 enrollees – waiting
  • 4. Tuition and Require Fees
  • 5. Degrees Offered● Accounting Certificate of Technical Studies Avionics Certificate of Technical Studies Biological Sciences (Associate of Arts/Louisiana Transfer Degree) Business (Associate of Science) Business (Associate of Arts/Louisiana Transfer Degree) Business Technology, Entrepreneurship Concentration (Associate of Applied Science) Business Technology, Management Concentration (Associate of Applied Science) Care and Development of Young Children Technical Competency Area Certificate I and II Computer Network Engineer Certificate Computer Science (Associate of Science)
  • 6. Major Program The Music Concentration is specifically for those students planning to transfer to a senior college/university. Emphasis is placed on general education courses required by most senior institutions. The degree also allows students to gain a breadth of knowledge while deciding on a major, and enables them to develop a foundation for self-fulfillment or knowledge for use in the workforce. NOTE: Students planning to transfer to another institution should discuss their plans with a BRCC advisor and with an advisor at the receiving institution to assure that credits earned at BRCC will transfer.To receive this degree, the student must: • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or better in all credits that are to be used towards the degree; • Earn a “C” or better in major courses, in ENGL 101 and ENGL 102, and in courses that are prerequisites for other courses; and • Take at least 12 hours at the 200 level; and • Complete the coursework listed below. below
  • 7. Other Information ● Colors: Red/White/Black
  • 8. WHY? ● The reason I want to attend this college because i want to stay close to my family. Another reason why i would attend the college is because I herd it was a nice school to go to.
  • 9. References/Sites ●