BPCC has articulation agreements with the following institutions:
On July 9, 2015, the Associate of Science in Engineering will transfer to Louisiana State University and A&M College toward the Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or Petroleum Engineering degrees in the LSU College of Engineering. Please refer to the Memorandum of Understanding for the program specific details.
On November 10, 2014, the AAS in Computer Information Systems, AAS in Cyber Technology with a concentration in Network Security, and the AAS in Cyber Technology with a concentration in Programmer Analyst from Bossier Parish Community College will transfer to Louisiana State University – Shreveport towards the BS in Computer Information Systems and BS in Computer Information Systems (Network Security). There is a defined curriculum for each program to transfer smoothly. Please refer to the Memorandum of Understanding for the program specific details.
During spring 2011, the College of Engineering at Louisiana Tech University and the Division of Cyber Information Technology at Bossier Parish Community College created a comparison of classes in the computer science curriculum. In the following document, you will find a side-by-side matching of courses that both colleges have agreed to accept as substitutions.
Starting in fall 2012, Bossier Parish Community College began offering the Associate of Science in Engineering that articulates to Louisiana Tech University.
The Division of Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at BPCC was proud to sign an articulation agreement with the Department of Computer Information Systems at Northwestern State University on August 23, 2011. This agreement shows the classes from BPCC that NSU will accept into their Bachelor's degree.
The Division of Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at BPCC was proud to sign an articulation agreement with the College of Engineering at University of Louisiana Lafayette (ULL) on March 1, 2014. This agreement shows the classes from BPCC that ULL will accept into their Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering, Civil engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Petroleum Engineering.
All six of the Cyber Information Technology Division degree programs articulate to University of Maryland University Collegein a complete 2+2 agreement.
The articulation agreement was signed on October 1, 2010 and guarantees that any student in a Cyber Information Technology degree program will be able to matriculate smoothly into University of Maryland University College.
The division collaborates to offer courses for the Cyber Innovation Center and it's company affiliates. Currently we are offering courses in for the National Guard in network security.