When the college feels that it is necessary to terminate a degree program due to low enrollment or other circumstances,
the program advisor will notify the students enrolled in that program in writing of that decision. The following procedures
must be adhered to in order for the student to be able to graduate from the terminated program:
• the student must maintain continuous enrollment with the college
• courses no longer offered by the college may be transferred in from other regionally accredited institutions.
• all graduation check downs will be processed by the Director of Enrollment Services/Registrar.
Overview of Programs of Study
Prepare for University Transfer
A.A. Degree - 2 YRS
The Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree is also known as the University Transfer degree. Students pursuing a bachelor’s degrees
can be off to a great start with the A.A. degree, which is equivalent to the first two years of study at a university. Associate in
Arts graduates are guaranteed admission to Florida’s State University System in accordance with the “Student Bill of Rights”
(State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.024).
Prepare For a Career
Post-Secondary Adult Vocational Training (P.S.A.V.) 1/2 – 1 YR
These are clock-hour based, non-credit programs that provide the student with broad entry-level skills in the chosen field of
study. Many of these programs can apply toward an associate in applied science degree.
College Credit Certificate - 1 YR
Technical Certificates and Advanced Technical Diplomas (ATDs) are one-year (or less) programs which prepare you to enter
the workforce in the following areas:
• Addictions Studies
• Computer Programmer
• Emergency Medical Technician
• Marine Propulsion Technology
• Professional Dive Instructor
• Commercial/Work Diving
• Professional Research Diving
• Professional Diving Medical Technician
• Fundamentals of Professional Diving