Students enjoy the attractive space between the
main campus buildings.
 

 

The Medical Campus is one of six campuses of Miami-Dade
College (MDC), the largest multi-campus community college in the United
States. MDC is recognized as one of the best colleges in the nation.

The Medical Campus offers 13 Associate in Science degree programs
and 10 short-term certificate programs
in nursing and the allied health professions.
Approximately five percent of Miami-Dade Community College students attend
the Medical Campus.


All Medical Campus students have the chance
to perfect their abilities in real-world clinical
environments.

Fall 2004 Enrollment

Full-Time College Credit Students............... 582

Part-Time College Credit Students.............. 1,094

Virtual College........................................... 92

Total College Credit Students..................... 1,676

Vocational Credit Students......................... 589

Non-credit Students................................... 747

Total Enrollment...................................... 3,012

 


A laboratory course in state-of-the-art facilities.

Ethnicity (Credit Students)

Hispanic......................... 911- 54.4%

Black Non-Hispanic....... 439-26.02%

White Non-Hispanic....... 278-16.6%

Other.............................. 48-2.8%

Gender

Female............ 1,031 61.5%

Male................ 645 38.5%

 


Diagnostic Medical Sonography
students practice their skills.

Age Ranges

18-20............. 105 4.74%

21-25............. 469 28%

26-30............. 426 25.4%

31-35............. 285 17%

36-40............. 170 10.1%

Over 40......... 243 14.5%

Mean Age: 30.70

Native Language

English............. 877 51.3%

Spanish............. 611 36.5%

French/Creole... 143 8.5%

Other................ 45 2.7%

Note: Includes all students taking any credit courses at this campus.
Virtual College totals include students taking credit or PSAV courses.

Data Source: Fall and Virtual College profiles for fall 2004.

Institutional Research, 11/28/05

For more information on Student Demographics please visit our Institutional Research website.