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About Our Campus
Eduardo J. Padrón Campus (formerly InterAmerican Campus) is located in the heart of the lively neighborhood of Little Havana. The campus is home to the College's School of Education, the Honors College Dual-Language Program, Translation and Interpretation Studies Program, and the Learning Resource Center where library and labs are located. The campus offers flexible scheduling including evening and weekend courses.
With a variety of strategically designed programs, we offer our students many paths to a rewarding career in shaping the young minds of the future through lifelong learning.
Featuring an award-winning faculty in an epicenter of international trade, Miami Dade College's School of Business delivers top-notch education in a one-of-a-kind location. Now offering the Bachelor of Applied Science degree with a major in Supervision and Management.
This Center serves as a cloud computing hub where technology leaders, industry experts and students can engage and collaborate, will house the only College Credit Certificate and Associate of Science degrees in Enterprise Cloud Computing in the State of Florida, and expose students and existing IT professionals to industry leading cloud platforms and industry certifications needed to fill increasing demand of IT cloud jobs in the workplace..
The Miami Dade College Center for Economic Education is the local affiliate of the Florida Council on Economic Education and the National Council for Economic Education. The Center provides professional development opportunities in teaching economics and financial literacy to teachers in Miami-Dade and Monroe, serves as a source for standards based resources for K-12 educators in all disciplines and coordinates local, state and national programs and competitions related to economics.
EOC is a federally funded educational program designed to afford the opportunity of a college education to students from families without a legacy of higher education.
MDC offers courses leading to an Associate in Science degree and two certificate options in Translation and Interpretation Studies in the language combinations of Spanish/English and Haitian-Creole/English.