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College Profile
Governed by
Seven-member District Board of Trustees and a College President
Seven campuses and several outreach centers in Miami-Dade County, FL
  • Bachelor of Science degrees in: Exceptional Student Education, Secondary Science Education, and Secondary Mathematics Education, Nursing, Electronic Engineering Technologies, Biological Sciences, and Early Chidhood Education
  • Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in: Film, Television, and Digital Production, Health Sciences with Option in Physician Assistant Studies, Public Safety Management, and Supervision and Management
  • Associate in Arts Degree (university transfer program)
  • Associate in Science and Associate in Applied cience Degrees
  • College Credit Certificates
  • Vocational Credit Certificates
  • Advanced Technical Certificates
  • Applied Technology Diplomas, Credit and Vocational
  • Community Education non-Credit
Annual Enrollment
95,274 credit students and 79,887 non-credit students attended in 2012-13
Credit Student
62% enrolled part-time, 38% full-time in Fall 2013
71% of credit students are Hispanics, 18% are Black non-Hispanic
29% of credit students are non-U.S. citizens
2,436 full-time employees in Fall 2013, including 743 faculty,
4,450 part-time employees
Operating Budget
Over $348.6 million in 2012-13

Last modified 10/30/2013; cprof.aspx (LCA)

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