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Programs of Study

​AA to Baccalaureate Programs


Broward College offers the 60 credit-hour AA degree that transfers to the State University System Bachelor's Degree with the complete 36 credit-hour Baccalaureate General Education requirement and the opportunity to choose appropriate elective courses.  See below for a sampling of program maps for transfer baccalaureate majors from which to select:

  • Art Teacher Education
  • Biology Teacher Education
  • Blind and Visually Handicapped Education
  • Chemistry Teacher Education
  • Early Childhood Teacher Education
  • Elementary Teacher Education (Program Map 2016-2017​)
  • Emotionally Handicapped Education
  • English Teacher Education
  • Foreign Languages Teacher Education
  • Health Teacher Education
  • Mathematics Teacher Education
  • Mentally Handicapped Education
  • Middle Grades Science Teacher Education
  • Music Teacher Education
  • Physics Teacher Education
  • Social Science Teacher Education
  • Special Teacher Education (Exceptional Student Education)
  • Specific Learning Disabilities Education

See an Advisor to make the appropriate course selections.


Career and Technical Education Programs including AS to Baccalaureate Programs


While Certificate and AAS degree programs prepare students for immediate employment, AS degree programs prepare students for employment as well as transfer to specific baccalaureate programs in the Florida College and the State University Systems. See below for programs from which to select:

  • Early Childhood Education AS (2166) (Program Map 2016-2017)
    • ​Child Care Center Management (6316)
    • ​​Child Development TC (6319)
    • ​Infant/Toddler Specialization TC (6317)
    • Preschool Specialization TC (6318) 

​You will earn Technical Certificates related to your program of study as you earn your AA, AS, AAS or Bachelor's degree*

Students needing access to a previous version of the program maps please click here​ and make an appointment with your advisor to review your educational plan.​


Baccalaureate Programs (Requires an Associate's Degree or Dean's Approval for Admission – see Program Sheets for details)

Broward College offers the AA degree that transfers to the State University System with the complete 36 credit-hour Baccalaureate General Education requirement. Elective courses can be selected to meet the lower division requirements of baccalaureate degrees in fields such as:


Career Coach; Find the career that's right for you.Not sure where to start? Career options resources.Career Ladders: Salaries link.Virtual job shadow link. 
Learn more about the employment, earnings, and continuing education outcomes of Florida College System graduates by institution and major program of study.  The Economic Security Report materials are available at the following link
Program Websites

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