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Homestead Campus

Homestead Campus opened in 1990 and is located in the historic downtown business district of the City of Homestead. Award-winning facilities serve as home to a beautiful, full-service library, state-of-the-art science, nursing and allied health laboratories, and computer courtyard and learning centers. The Campus offers a full complement of academic programs, including its world-class aviation training program, student services, and workforce and community education opportunities.

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InterAmerican Campus

InterAmerican Campus is Miami- Dade's newest campus. It is located in the heart of Little Havana, one of South Florida's most colorful and ethnically diverse communities. The campus is the nation's largest higher educational bilingual/bicultural academic setting, offering a liberal arts and occupational curriculum. As a result of major expansion the campus offers state-of-the-art facilities, including satellite link, multi-media classrooms, computer courtyard and distance learning.

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Kendall Campus

Kendall Campus opened in 1967 and is situated amidst a lush, 185 acre tract of trees and lakes, easily accessible by major highways and public transportation. Among the many programs offering hands-on experience are Engineering, Business Administration, Music Business, Biotechnology, Education and Computer and Information Systems.

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Medical Center

Medical Center Campus opened in 1977, located in Miami's medical/civic center complex. With its special focus on nursing and allied health, the campus offers state-of-the-art technology and the opportunity for high paying jobs in a wide range of exciting medical careers. Quality and caring professional medical faculty guide students with support from tutors, labs and the Student Success Center.

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North Campus

North Campus opened as the College's original campus in 1960. The campus is located in Northern Miami-Dade County on a beautifully landscaped 245 acre site, originally part of a World War II Naval Air Station. Programs in Film and Video, Funeral Services and Criminal Justice prepare students for outstanding careers in the South Florida workforce.

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Wolfson Campus

Wolfson Campus opened in 1973, located in the heart of the business and governmental center of Miami-Dade County. The campus offers a full range of academic and occupational programs, as well as customized workforce training. Miami Book Fair International and the Cultura del Lobo Series enrich community life, while multi-media classrooms, a computer courtyard and conference center support academic programs.

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