Programs and Degrees
Accounting (A.A.) – 10504
This program offers fundamental instruction in accounting and related subjects (such as economics or business). Students who wish to become an accountant may transfer to senior colleges or universities that offer baccalaureate degrees in accounting. Accountants work in a variety of settings such as corporations, small businesses, financial institutions and government agencies.
Accounting Technology (A.S.) – 25022
The Accounting Technology program is designed mainly for students who intend to seek immediate employment in the field of accounting and for those presently employed in business but seeking advancement. Completion of this program prepares the student for employment as a paraprofessional in the accounting field. Instruction emphasizes accounting competencies required at the entry-level while also providing the student with a broad business overview and the required general education courses. The Associate in Arts degree is also available to the student planning to transfer to a senior institution after graduation from Miami Dade College.
Business Administration (A.A.) – 10503
Business Administration includes courses in accounting, business law and finance, as well as more generalized courses in mathematics. Students may transfer to senior colleges or universities that offer baccalaureate degrees in business administration. Ultimately, graduates may work in the fields of banking, finance, marketing, information systems or real estate.
Business Administration (A.S.) – 25051
This program transfers to four-year institutions. The Business Administration program trains individuals to assume management or supervisory positions in business, industry, and government. It provides basic skills in a broad range of business functions including accounting, computer usage, management and marketing. Successful completion of this program earns the student entry into any university in the State University System as part of the A.S. to B.S. program.
Business Administration (A.A.S.)
The Business Administration Associate of Applied Science degree program is designed for students seeking employment or advancement in international business, management, marketing, non-profit management, real estate and small business management. Other degree programs are available for students planning to transfer to a senior institution after graduating from Miami Dade College. Consult an advisor about additional courses for such plans. There is only one Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration. Students may select one of the five options, but the Associate of Applied Science is awarded to the student only once
- International Business (A5086)
- Management (A5087)
- Marketing (A5088)
- Non-Profit Management (A5089)
- Real Estate (A5090)
Court Reporting Technology (A.S.) – 25024
Court reporters play an important part in the judicial process by providing an official record of court proceedings. Employed by the court or working on a freelance basis they can work in any of the following three professional areas: Official Court Reporter – Supreme Court, County or family court, or hearing reporting; Freelance Reporting - Deposition reporting; negotiations; or arbitrations, meetings, conferences, and conventions; Captioning Reporting and CART - Broadcast reporting, Web/ Internet reporting, classroom reporting and CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation).
Economics (A.A.) – 12201
Economics is the study of how people produce, trade, and consume goods and services. The A.A. degree program emphasizes fundamental coursework in business and mathematics. While many students choose to obtain graduate degrees, economists with bachelor's degrees can work in fields such as business economics and forecasting, urban real estate and regional planning, analysis of markets and industrial regulation, management consulting and in banking and financial services.
Financial Services (A.S.)
The Financial Services program is designed to meet the needs of students who plan to seek employment with commercial banks, stock brokerage companies and related financial organizations. It is also planned for students who are currently employed and desire advancement to positions of greater responsibility with financial organizations. This program meets most of the requirements for the American Institute of Banking diploma/certificates. There is only one A.S. program in Financial Services with three specialization options. Students may select from one of the three options, but the A.S. in Financial Services will be awarded to the student only once.
- Banking (22026)
- Financial Management (22024)
- Mortgage Finance (22025)
Marketing Management (A.S.)
The Marketing Management program is designed mainly for students who intend to seek immediate employment in the fields of marketing, international business and trade, or real estate; also for those desiring to work in a non-profit institution and those presently employed in marketing but seeking advancement. The Associate in Arts degree is also available to the student planning to transfer to a senior institution after graduating from Miami Dade College. Consult an advisor about additional courses for such plans. There is only one A.S. program in Marketing Management. Students may select one of the five options but the degree in Marketing Management will be awarded only once.
- Entrepreneurship (25068)
- Non Profit Specialization (25054)
- International Trade (25049)
- International Business (25048)
- Marketing (25047)
- Real Estate Marketing (25050)
Office Administration (A.S.)
The Office Administration program is designed to train information processors, secretaries and administrative professionals to meet the demands of the modern electronic office. Emphasis is placed on technology and related skills for office workers, such as document processing, computer literacy and applications, business communication and basic accounting principles. In addition, the program objectives are designed to help students develop the interpersonal and English communication skills needed by office professionals. There is only one A.S. program for Office Administration. Students may select one of the three options. The student will be awarded the Office Administration degree only once.
- Administrative Assistant (25042)
- Legal Secretary (25021)
- Software Specialist (25041)
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree with a major in Supervision and Management provides an opportunity for students completing an associate's degree to seamlessly complete a bachelor's degree. Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Science with a major in Supervision and Management will be prepared with the abilities and skills needed to succeed as a manager or supervisor in the dynamic and global business environment. The Bachelor of Applied Science with a major in Management and Supervision prepares graduates with the hands-on training necessary to meet workforce demands.
College Credit Certificates (CCC)
Certificate programs provide expertise in specific areas that you can use to build your career or business. All credits earned while completing a certificate count towards an associate’s degree.
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|Business Operations-Business Management||65022|
|Business Operations-Customer Service||65023|
|Business Operations-Human Resources||65025|
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|Business Operations-Small Business||65031|
|Business Specialist-Accounting/ Budgeting||65010|
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