Credit Schedule

Fall Semester 2022

Current Students
Registration for the fall semester starts Monday, April 11. Login to the MyBC3 Portal to view the schedule. 

New, Transfer, Guest & Returning Students 
Registration for the fall semester starts Monday, May 9. Complete the BC3 Application for Admission if you have never applied to BC3 or it's been longer than one academic year (fall, spring, summer) since you applied. 

Sessions 

Session 1 courses run for 15 weeks and Session 2 courses run for 10 weeks. Session 2 courses have the same requirements/expectations as a full-term course but are condensed to 10 weeks. 

Fast Tracks

Fast Track courses run for 5 weeks. Most are online. Fast Track courses have the same requirements/expectations as a full-term course but are condensed to 5 weeks. It is strongly recommended that only one Fast Track course is taken at a time as the workload is concentrated. 


Note: To qualify for financial aid for the spring semester, students must be enrolled for 10 consecutive weeks for federal financial aid programs and 15 consecutive weeks for state financial aid programs.

If you decide not to attend after you enrolled, you must drop classes immediately to avoid possible charges and to free seats for other students. BC3 reserves the right to cancel classes if enrollment does not meet appropriate levels and change the schedule as necessary.


Course Types

Face-to-Face

Instruction is delivered in-person at a specific location and time. In-person meetings will follow health and safety guidelines.

Remote

Instruction is delivered remotely at a specific time. 

Online 

Instruction is delivered online-only at any time.

Hybrid

Instruction is delivered largely online at any time, but four or more in-person or remote meetings will be held at a specific location and/or time. In-person meetings will follow health and safety guidelines. 

iTV

Instruction is given by one instructor at a specific time but delivered to two separate locations simultaneously using video or web conferencing technology. 


Note: In response to COVID-19, BC3 is offereing multiple instructional formats to allow students as much choice as possible. BC3 has attempted to provide variety, however not all courses are available in all formats.