Academic Affairs

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The Chelsea Campus provides both day and evening courses ranging from General Education, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Business Administration, English-as-a-Second Language, as well as a variety of Computer information Technology and non-credit courses. The Chelsea Campus also offers several campus-based certificate programs, as shown below, and Adult Basic Education classes.  Beginning this fall, new Taxation Certificate program classes have also been added.

The Chelsea campus-based certificate programs are:

Allied Health*

  • Central Processing
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Interpreting
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Surgical Technologist

For more information on the Allied Health Programs, contact
Kimberly Burke, M.Ed.
Special Programs Coordinator
Phone: 617-228-2475

Pharmacy Technician*

For more information on the Pharmacy Technician Program, contact
Richard Yost, Pharm. D.
Assistant Professor/Program Director
Phone: 617-228-2266

*All Allied Health Programs and the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program are Selective Programs. Each program requires certain prerequisites, attendance of a mandatory Information Session, both BHCC and Program Applications, along with other specific requirements for entrance. Please see the BHCC College Catalog for prerequisites.

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

For more information on the EMT Program, contact
Nicholas J. Cardellicchio, NRP B I/C
Phone: 617-936-1973

Taxation Certificate

For more information on the Tax Laws program, contact
Assistant Professor/Chair, Anthony Fontes
Phone: 617-228-2252