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Courses

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Spring 2022 [Conway]

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Spring 2022 [Conway]

Introduction to Literature

ECE 110 Seminar | Psychological Foundations of Early Development & Education | Course Hub

ECE 110 Seminar | Psychological Foundations of Early Development & Education | Course Hub

This is the course hub for materials for ECE 110-Seminar; Psychological Foundations of Early Development and Education — Seminar

English 201: Introduction to Literature Spring 2022 [Conway]

English 201: Introduction to Literature Spring 2022 [Conway]

Introduction to Literature

ENG 201 Fall 2021 with Prof. Perry

ENG 201 Fall 2021 with Prof. Perry

English 201: Introduction to Literature, Fall 2021

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Winter 2021 [Conway]

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Winter 2021 [Conway]

Introduction to Literature

Communities

Black Panthers BMCC News

Black Panthers BMCC News

BMCC Students Report on College and Student Life

BMCC Learning Academy

BMCC Learning Academy

This community is dedicated to BMCC Learning Academy students, staff, and faculty.

BMCC Urban Male Leadership Academy

BMCC Urban Male Leadership Academy

This is a community dedicated to the incredible students, alumni, advocates, and allies of the BMCC Urban Male Leadership Academy. UMLA is passionately committed to its goal of increasing the enrollment, retention, and graduation rates from groups that are severely underrepresented in higher education, particularly men of color. Through its focus on structured mentorship, individualized academic support services, leadership training, and developing pipelines to higher education and professional opportunities, UMLA aims to prepare BMCC graduates who are ready to address the unique challenges of their generation.

BMCC Health Education Department

BMCC Health Education Department

This community is for faculty, staff, and students of the BMCC HED Department. The Department will use this site to communicate essential information.

Media Arts and Technology Department

Media Arts and Technology Department

This community is for the students, faculty and staff of the Media Arts and Technology (MEA) Department and anyone who is interested in the department and its activities.

Projects

Live Test Project

Live Test Project

UCE

Pride Month Virtual Open Mic

Pride Month Virtual Open Mic

Submit your art, writing and reflections to BMCC’s Virtual Pride Month!

Interactive Lessons of Critical Issues in Justice: OER Creation Project | BMCC Criminal Justice Prog

Interactive Lessons of Critical Issues in Justice: OER Creation Project | BMCC Criminal Justice Prog

The BMCC Criminal Justice Program has approximately 2,500 students majoring in the discipline. Criminal justice majors are required to complete the course, Criminal Justice and the Urban Community, CRJ 204, to earn the Associate of Arts (A.A.) Degree. Historically, the CRJ Program offered on average seven (7) sections designated as OER/Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC). Approximately 27 sections of CRJ 204 are offered, annually (Spring-15, Summer-3, Fall-9). On average, 400 students enroll in these sections each semester and more than 800 students per academic year. CRJ 204 students apply the culmination of their learning, knowledge, and skills from their social science courses by critically analyzing complex, yet culturally relevant, social issues and conduct an original research study. To note, the interactive lessons inclusive of the proposed project are appropriate for implementation in other CRJ and social science courses.

Acentos Latinos

Acentos Latinos

BMCC’s Spanish Language Literary Magazine

ASAP Exhibition: Unsung Heroines of Color

ASAP Exhibition: Unsung Heroines of Color

The exhibition is part of the SP2020 Women’s History Month series of events and its mission is to highlight the contribution of women of color to the suffrage movement and of the causes BMCC students embrace in their fight for a better society. Avatar image: Banner with motto of Oklahoma Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs. Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.