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Florida Board of Education approves new FSCJ bachelor’s degree

Florida State College at Jacksonville announces the approval of its 10th baccalaureate degree: Digital Media

By Michael Corby Tue, June 21, 2011 6:31 pm EDT

The Florida Board of Education has approved the Bachelor of Applied Science in Digital Media for Florida State College at Jacksonville. Dr. Denis Wright, South Campus president, led the writing team for the proposal development. The proposal was wholly supported by the College's regional educational partners and the Division of Florida Colleges. Pending approval by SACS (the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools), the BAS in Digital Media will be launched in the fall of 2012.

This program development effort joins an additional seven bachelor's degree programs currently in planning and development phases, including Converged Communications, Human Services, Financial Services, Logistics, Medical Laboratory Technology, Healthcare Administration and Interior Design. This would bring Florida State College at Jacksonville baccalaureate total to 17 programs.

Michael Corby About the Author
Michael Corby is a writer, editor and media liaison at Florida State College at Jacksonville, his employer since 1995. His knowledge of and connections with the faculty and staff at the College enable him to provide rapid response to media inquiries and pitch stories about the fantastic FSCJ faculty and students. Send news to michael.corby@fscj.edu. Corby has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre from Macalester College.

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