Associate in Arts (A.A.) — the “university transfer degree” — accepted by any public university or college in Florida and many private institutions. Florida State College offers nearly 80 transfer majors. About 40 percent of the student population is in the A.A. degree program.
Bachelor’s Degrees — The College offers the following bachelor degrees:
Associate in Science (A.S.) — skills-training programs that lead to immediate high-wage, high-skill jobs or transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) — faster track to today’s rewarding jobs. Note: A.A.S. degree programs will cease Fall Term 2012.
Technology Credentials — advanced technology diplomas and applied technology certificates to supplement associate degree programs.
Certificates — shorter-duration certifications for career entry or advancement; Florida State College at Jacksonville is eleventh in the nation and first in Florida in one-year certificates/graduates.
Continuing Education — hundreds of professional development courses and short-duration programs to enhance skills and abilities of current workers.
Accelerated and online programs offer faster and flexible course delivery to accommodate busy schedules. Online and blended classroom/online formats are offered in many programs.
Military education programs serve the education and training needs of military service personnel and their families, federal government employees, and residents at area military installations through distance learning, on-site and classroom environments.
English Language Institute offers instruction in speech, vocabulary and reading fundamentals to non-native speakers of English so they can learn and improve English skills, adapt to life in America, prepare for coursework and job placement.
Study Abroad programs allow students to broaden their educational experience by traveling to other countries and studying a variety of disciplines.
Dual enrollment enables high school students to earn college credits while completing high school requirements in both academic and career areas.
Rosanne R. Hartwell Women’s Center has a proud 30-year history of helping women learn, overcome personal challenges, grow and succeed through education and enrichment programs, career guidance and group discussions.