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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (BA)

Major in Prekindergarten/Primary Education

124 Credits

This program is designed to prepare students to become effective early childhood teachers who are capable of delivering quality instruction in a variety of settings to diverse student populations for grades pre K-3. Students in this program are prepared to teach in diverse and inclusive environments, including homes, schools, and other community settings, which serve children from age 4 and to grade 3.

Major in Special Education

132 Credits

The program is designed to prepare students to become effective special education teachers who are capable of working with children and youth who have a variety of disabilities. Students in this program are prepared to play a vital role in developing their student’s capacities to lead lives that are productive and independent as possible. They will be prepared to work at every grade and developmental level, and in a variety of settings such as public school system, in special residential facilities, and others settings working with infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PUBLIC HEALTH (BS)

Major in Health Services Management

138 Credits

Management in health services has to do with planning, organizing as well as evaluating the services rendered by organizations in the health care industry. The students that graduate from this program will be qualified to occupy jobs in the primary or intermediate management levels in the public or the private sector.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OFFICE SYSTEMS (BS)

Major in Administrative Secretary

125 Credits

The Office Systems curriculum prepares individuals for positions in administrative support careers. It provides office professionals the tools to respond to the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace.

BACHELOR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES (BS)

Major in Psychology

125 Credits

A graduate with a major in psychology will have the opportunity to develop professionally in the scientific study of human behavior. The graduate will be a professional with vast knowledge and skills that will allow him/her to conduct research on human behavior.

Major in Paralegal Studies

125

Paralegals (legal assistants) are professionals whose duties are related to the field of Law and who work in close collaboration with lawyers and legal service institutions. These professionals fill an urgent need in the legal services that are offered in Florida. Their most important function will be to offer all the administrative support that lawyers need in order to practice law quickly and efficiently.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCES IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (BS)

Major in Hotel Management

121 Credits

Students learn to perform management functions through related coursework in Rooms Division Management, Revenue Management, Accounting, Hospitality Sales and Marketing, and Casino Operations among others.

Major in Events and Convention Planning

121 Credits

Students learn to perform management functions through related coursework in Special Events Management, Convention Sales, Exhibits and Trade Show Management, Convention and Events Planning Logistics, and Catering Sales and Operations among others.

MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

Specialization in Strategic Management and Leadership

39 Credits

This Master Degree program in Business Administration is designed to provide the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary in the areas of Strategic Management and Leadership. This specialty is geared towards the fundamental characteristics of a manager providing emphasis to the investigation and the selection of strategic decisions that will go along the constant changes in the economy.

MASTER IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA)

Specialization in Public and Non-Profit Management

36 Credits

The Master in Public and Non-Profit Management is a professional course of study for individuals pursuing careers in government, public service and non-profit organizations. Our students develop knowledge and skills in the management process in areas related to: human resources; management of financial resources; organizational strategies, and the analytical techniques applied to maximizing effectiveness and efficiency in public service and in the third sector.

MASTER OF SCIENCE (MS)

Specialization in Administration of Adult Education

36 Credits

The Master of Science in Administration of Adult Education programs is designed for persons seeking to serve the field as directors/managers, program developers, teachers/instructors, advisors, and/or researchers. It focuses on gaining the knowledge and skills in developing and providing meaningful learning experiences for adults. Graduates from this program will be able to characteristically facilitate, manage, and evaluate learning programs for adult clients, volunteers, students, and associates in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP (MS)

Specialization in Educational Leadership

36 Credits

The educational leadership program is designed to prepare future school administrators with the skills and compentencies needed to become outstanding leaders in public and non-public educational institutions at the elementary, secondary and post secondary level. Students must comply with state and local requirements or limitations to practice profession.