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If you already have your A.A. degree, getting your bachelor's degree can happen in as little as two years or less!
These programs are active and taking students now!

 


Bachelor of Science Degree in Education
Complete one of our Education degrees to become a teacher. Broward College offers several Bachelor's of Science degrees in Education. Your dream of becoming a teacher starts here. The application process makes it as easy as possible to get started.

 

Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science uses a 2+2 model designed to provide individuals who have obtained an Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degree from a regionally accredited college or university the opportunity to further their education. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in environmental science is designed for students that wish to pursue a career as a laboratory/field technician and/or progress to a graduate degree program (MS or PhD). The curriculum will provide the students with a foundational understanding of science, critical thinking skills, experiential learning, ethics and specific technical knowledge and skills required to work in the laboratory or the field.  As environmental science is a truly broad multidisciplinary field, three main tracks or minors will be available during the final half of the curriculum. These track/ minors will address the major specialties (physical, biological, GIS, etc.)  within the field and provide graduates with a wealth of discipline skills and knowledge that will make them competitive for employment within the environmental and biological science workforce.

 

 

Become an organizational leader in business, technology and/or management after completing one of our BAS degrees.

 
The BAS in Information Technology will give you the skills and knowledge necessary to advance and be competitive in the management of advanced information systems.
 
The BAS in Supervision and Management will give you the skills and knowledge necessary to be competitive in a variety of challenging career fields.
 
The BAS in Technology Management will give you the skills and knowledge necessary to assume leadership positions in the varied fields of technology.
 

Already a licensed Registered nurse…Earn your Bachelor of Science Degree in less than 14 months and take your career to the next level!


If you are ready for professional growth and expansion, enroll in the RN-BSN program at Broward College. Gain the knowledge, abilities and skills to provide and promote quality health care to diverse multicultural populations within our global environment. Our affordable and small classes combine online learning with face-to-face classroom instruction, reducing the time you spend on campus. One-on-one advisements keeps you on track throughout your time in our program. Learn more about earning your BSN now, and for more information, please contact our office at 954-201-4880 or email us at bsn@broward.edu.
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