Miami Dade College:
Established 1959, Miami Dade College (MDC) in Florida awards more associate degrees than any other school in the nation, and graduates the highest number of minority students. We are nationally-recognized as one of the largest and best community colleges in the country, providing Certificate, Assosiate & Bachelor Degree programs in a wide range of academic fields that include Education, Nursing, Business, Allied Health, Computer & Engineering Technologies, Architecture, and more.
Certificate, Assosiate & Bachelor Degree Programs:
MDC offers daytime and evening courses, as well as a Weekend College, with classes scheduled Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday. We offer more than 150 academic programs leading to the Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) (in several fields), Bachelor of Applied Science (in criminal justice), as well as numerous certificates.
Certificate / Degree options available:
- Advanced Technical Certificate - A.T.C.
- Allied Health College Credit Certificate - C.C.C.
- Associate in Arts - A.A.
- Associate in Science - A.S.
- Associate in Science Allied Health/Nursing - A.S.
- Associate of Applied Science - A.A.S.
- Bachelor of Applied Science - B.A.S.
- Bachelor of Science - B.S.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing - B.S.N.
- Career Technical Certificate - C.T.E./V.C.C.
- College Credit Certificate - C.C.C.
Courses are offered in the following areas:
- Allied Health Technologies
- Business and Computers
- Child Development
- Criminal Justice, Engineering
- Entertainment Technologies
- Fire Science
- Foreign Languages
- Human Services
- Legal Assisting
- Mass Communication
- Physical Therapy
- Social Work
- The Arts, and more...
School of Allied Health Technologies
Based at the Medical Center Campus, this School offers more than 20 vocational, certificate, and degree programs. Students gain practical experience at over 100 healthcare facilities and are guided by licensed professionals.
School of Architecture and Interior Design
Degrees and certificates are awarded in areas such as architecture, building construction, interior design, landscape architecture, and computer-aided design. All students take core Design Studio courses and produce a portfolio of their work.
School of Aviation
Housed at the Homestead Campus and two airports, the Eig-Watson School of Aviation uses industry-standard training aircraft, state-of-the-art labs, and flight and air traffic control simulators to offer associate degrees, professional certifications, and many vocational courses.
School of Business
Start or energize a career in fields like accounting, court reporting, marketing, real estate, international trade, hospitality and more. Take advantage of extensive computer lab facilities and partnerships with local corporations.
School of Community Education
Community Education's mission is to make the College more accessible to the public and to meet community needs not served by traditional college programs. Non-credit courses offer enriching cultural experiences or means to improve professional skills. No record of previous education is necessary.
School of Computer and Engineering Technologies
Coursework and programs are designed to meet the work force needs in information technology, telecommunications, and engineering. The College’s Emerging Technologies Center of the Americas provides access to the latest high-end technologies.
School of Education
Offering bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, and certification courses, this School based at the InterAmerican Campus prepares teachers to meet the field’s growing demand. The Educator Preparation Institute enables career changers to earn teacher certification.
School of Entertainment and Design Technology
Taught on four campuses, this cluster of arts, design and media production programs is a base for the next generation of high-tech media producers. Coursework leads to a variety of exciting careers in creative industries such as computer animation, film production, graphic design, web design, and music, TV, and radio.
School of Fire and Environmental Science
Degrees and certifications are available for those pursuing careers with the U.S. Coast Guard, fire departments, and environmental agencies. Environmental science students learn proper management of hazards and chemicals, pollution, and watersheds.
School of Justice
Housed at the North Campus, the School of Justice runs police and corrections training, a bachelor’s degree program, and the College’s Center for Homeland Security. Training towards certification or licensing in public safety include fire, police, corrections and private security.
School of Nursing
Bachelor and associate degrees and certificate programs all offer clinical experiences in local healthcare facilities, and a choice of study tracks allows students to gain the knowledge and technical skills needed for licensure in the high-demand field of nursing.
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