February 2009, Volume 13, Number 2


DNA strand

MDC makes science real for magnet students

Area high school students attended biotechnology workshops at MDC’s Wolfson Campus to learn about the industry.

Students in the Dual Language program

Program offers students a global education

The Dual Language program offers tremendous advantages in today’s global marketplace.

Graphic image of test-taking

Early testing improves academic success

High school students can now take Florida’s College Entry-Level Placement Test to improve future success.

Dr. Mayte Insua-Auais

Psychology for the people

Dr. Mayte Insua-Auais serves as a liaison between the student population, the field of psychology, MDC and the real world.

Children reading at MDC's Pre-School Laboratory

Best practices in childhood education

MDC's Pre-School Laboratory offers children opportunities for growth in all phases of development.

Students in the School for Advanced Studies tour top colleges.

School for Advanced Studies among best in U.S.

Newsweek magazine recently ranked MDC's School for Advanced Studies one of the best in the nation.

Interpreting illustration

Translation program breaks language barrier

The Translation and Interpretation program at InterAmerican Campus fills a vital need for South Florida’s business community.

Students in MDC’s Veterinary Technology program focus on critical thinking skills.

Program makes a difference in animal care

One of only three accredited programs in Florida, MDC's Veterinary Technology program is making a difference for area animals.

Miami Dade College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
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