Program Types

Whether you’re planning to transfer to a university or enter directly into a career, we have degree and accelerated programs to get you there. Plus, with more than 120 degree programs, accelerated training and continuing education available, you’ll be able to pursue your passion—whether that’s a new career path or professional advancement in your current position.


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Associate in Arts

Associate in Arts

A.A. Degree

An associate in arts degree is a general studies degree that prepares you to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior. You’ll complete all of your general education requirements for a bachelor’s and take electives that focus on your intended major. Follow a Degree Pathway which will help you meet many of your upper-division prerequisites.

 
Associate in Science

Associate in Science

A.S. Degree

An associate in science degree helps you gain the skills you need to enter into a specialized career field. Classes teach you theory, but also give you hands-on training. With this type of degree, you’ll have two options: Enter directly into a high-skill, high-wage profession upon graduation, or transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.

 
B.A. and B.S. Degrees

Bachelor's

B.A.S. and B.S. Degrees

A bachelor's degree offers a path to continue your education beyond the associate level. After completing your associate degree, you can move into one of our bachelor’s programs or transfer to a university. This may also include going into a Bachelor of Applied Science program, which incorporates real-world skills to help advance your career.

 
Certificate Programs

Certificate Programs

Certificates, Technical Certificates and Advanced Technical Certificates

A certificate program increases your skillset and prepares you for immediate entry into an in-demand career. Many of these programs also offer articulated credits—meaning you earn college credit while taking certificate classes, which can be later applied to a related A.S. degree.

 
Accelerated Skills Training

Accelerated Skills Training

Accelerated Skills Training programs focus on hands-on training designed to help you enter a new career field or advance your current skillset in a short amount of time. Earn industry-recognized credentials, train in essential workplace skills and receive job placement support. It’s your accelerated path to a high-demand, higher-wage career.

 
Continuing Education Programs

Continuing Education Programs

 

Continuing education programs are designed for personal and professional advancement. We offer a variety of classes, seminars and certification programs to help you—whether you want to update your skills, prepare for a new position or career or learn a new language.

 
Language Programs

Language Programs

 

Language programs can help you learn another language—for professional or personal reasons. Classes will increase your communication skills in the new language across a wide range of topics. Many programs are available on campus or online, and are offered in different levels—from low beginner to high advanced.

 

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