In 1947, the city of Baltimore opened a junior college to fulfill an educational gap for returning World War II veterans. Over the years, the college has transitioned to a community college and officially received the Baltimore City Community College namesake in 1992. Today, the two-year public Baltimore City Community College continues to prepare students for technical careers, in addition to transfer preparation to four-year institutions. The College maintains three campuses in the Baltimore neighborhoods. Baltimore City Community College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Baltimore City Community College awards associate's degrees along with a variety of certificate programs. Baltimore City Community College offers online classes for added flexibility. Courses are taught asynchronously. Most classes offer multiple start dates and courses typically lasts six to eight weeks.
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