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CAMPUS

HIALEAH HOMESTEAD INTERAMERICAN KENDALL MEDICAL CENTER NORTH www.mdc.edu WEST WOLFSON

ADDRESS 1776 W. 49th St. Hialeah,FL 33012-2918 500 College Terrace Homestead, FL 33030-6009 627S.W. 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33135-2966 11011 S.W. 104th St. Miami, FL 33176-3393 950 N.W. 20th St. Miami, FL 33127-4622 11380 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33167-3495 3800 N.W. 115th Ave. Doral,FL 33178-4856 300 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33132-2296

TELEPHONE 305-237-8775 305-237-5555 305-237-6045 305-237-2222 305-237-4444 305-237-1111 305-237-8900 305-237-3644

ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION SERVICES

ADMISSION PACKET AND COLLEGE INFORMATION

College Information and Admission Application Instructions


You may also complete this application online at www.mdc.edu. Welcome to Miami Dade College. Please read the following instructions carefully. All information in this packet must be completed before the application can be processed. Type or print legibly all information requested in blue or black ballpoint ink. All correspondence will be mailed to the address you provide on the application. A nonrefundable $30 application fee is required from all new college credit students. Fee is subject to change without notice. This fee is charged only once, with this application. Please make your check or money order payable to Miami Dade College and write the last four digits of your Social Security number on your payment. Mail your application to the campus you plan to attend at the address on the next page. You may also submit the application in person.
Notification of Social Security Number Collection and Usage by Miami Dade College In compliance with Section 119.071(5), Florida Statutes, Miami Dade College (MDC) issues this notification regarding the purpose for the collection and use of your Social Security Number (SSN). Miami Dade College collects and uses your SSN only to perform College duties and responsibilities. To protect your identity, MDC will maintain the privacy of your SSN and never release it to unauthorized parties in compliance with state and federal laws. The College assigns you a unique student/employee identification number which is used for associated employment and educational purposes at MDC, including the access of your college records. Miami Dade College may collect and/or use your Social Security Number for the following purposes:
PURPOSE FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATIONS STUDENTS

Admissions and Registration Federal legislation relating to the Hope Tax Credit requires that all postsecondary institutions report student SSNs to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This IRS requirement makes it necessary for MDC to collect the SSN of every student. A student may refuse to disclose his/her SSN for this purpose, but he/she may be subject to IRS penalties. The Florida public school system uses the SSN as a student identifier. It is beneficial to have access to the same information for purposes of tracking and assisting students in the transition from one educational level to the next. The intent is to establish a comprehensive management database of information which will co-reside with the Division of Public Schools Information Database and the State University System Database to provide integrated information at the state level for educational decision-making. SSNs appear on official transcripts and are used for business purposes in accordance with parameters outlined by the U.S. Department of Education.

Tracking uses are authorized by SBE Rule 6A-10955(3)(e); 1008.386, F.S. and the General Education Provisions Act (20 USC 1221(e-1)). Hope/Lifetime Tax Credit uses are authorized by 26 USC 6050S and Federal Register, June 16, 2000/IRC Section 25A Registration uses are authorized by 119.071(5), F.S. Issuance of Form 1098T for tuition payment reports are authorized by 26 USC 3402, 6051 The College Reach-Out Program (CROP) uses are authorized by 1007.34, F.S.

TRANSCRIPTS

If you are not degree-seeking, transcripts are not required. First-Time-in-College Students All first-time-in-college students must submit final high school transcripts or equivalency (showing actual graduation date). If you are a Florida public high school graduate, Miami Dade College will electronically request your records. However, you are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the College receives your final high school transcript or equivalency. Proof of high school graduation, GED or approved equivalent is required prior to becoming eligible for financial aid. Foreign High School Graduates You must submit original, certified documents for proof of high school or equivalent graduation. English translation may be required under certain circumstances. Transfer Students If you are seeking a degree, you are required to provide official copies of academic records from each college/university previously attended before evaluation for credit can be considered. Your college/university transcripts will be evaluated only if you are enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Note: Failure to submit all appropriate transcripts will jeo pardize future enrollment at the College and financial aid eligibility.

ADVISEMENT TESTING

All new students must see an academic advisor before registering for their first term. All new students must take a placement test or submit acceptable SAT or ACT scores. For a list of scores, please see our testing Web site at www.mdc.edu/testing information. Students whose first language is not English may be required to take an English proficiency test.

BACHELORSDEGREE APPLICANTS

The bachelors degree programs are limited-access programs, and certain prerequisites must be completed before being admitted. Admission to the College does not constitute admis sion to upper-division programs of study. A separate program application is also required for each bachelors degree program. Please consult the College Catalog on the Web at www. mdc.edu.

NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAM APPLICANTS

Admission to the College does not constitute acceptance into any of the nursing or allied health programs. A separate program application is also required. Please refer to the College Catalog or contact the New Student Center at Medical Center Campus for additional information, at 305-237-4141.

The Honors College

NEW STUDENT CENTER Hialeah Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-8794 Homestead Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-5046 InterAmerican Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-6045 Kendall Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-0713 Medical Center Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-4141 North Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-1149 West Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-8918 Wolfson Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305-237-3076

The Honors College admits a select group of students every fall semester. For more information, visit www.mdc.edu/honorscollege.

ACADEMIC STATUS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS

Miami Dade College adheres to the suspension/dismissal policy of your prior college. Please refer to the transfer student information in the Admissions section of the College Catalog.

FORMER MDC STUDENTS

If you have not taken credit courses within the last 12 months, please complete a re-admission application instead of this initial application.

www.mdc.edu

CAMPUS HIALEAH HOMESTEAD INTERAMERICAN KENDALL MEDICAL CENTER NORTH WEST WOLFSON

ADDRESS 1776 W. 49th St. Hialeah,FL 33012-2918 500 College Terrace Homestead, FL 33030-6009 627S.W. 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33135-2966 11011 S.W. 104th St. Miami, FL 33176-3393 950 N.W. 20th St. Miami, FL 33127-4622 11380 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33167-3495 3800 N.W. 115th Ave. Doral,FL 33178-4856 300 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33132-2296

TELEPHONE 305-237-8775 305-237-5555 305-237-6045 305-237-2222 305-237-4444 305-237-1111 305-237-8900 305-237-3644

ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION SERVICES

Application for Admission


General Information
Please type or print clearly in BLACK OR BLUE ink all information on this application. College Credit Application* Career and Technical Education *NOTE: There is a $30 nonrefundable admission application fee for first-time College credit applications.
Fee subject to change without notice.

Name ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
last first middle

Social Security number _____________________________________


Date of birth _________________________________________________


(MONTH) (DAY) (YEAR)

E-mail _____________________________________________________ Phone (cellular) ____________________________________________


STREET (if different from above)

Phone (home) ________________________________________________ Phone (work) _________________________________________________


CITY STATE ZIP CODE

Local address ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Permanent address Country of birth Immigration status: __________________________________________________________________________________________ Country of citizenship ________________________________________

________________________________________


Native Language:

h U.S. citizen h Permanent resident alien (copy of card required) h Other _________________________ h Refugee/asylum status (copy required) h Visa: type ________________________________ (copy required)
Home/Cell Phone _______________________________________________

Emergency contact: Full name _________________________________________ Relationship to Student _______________________________ Work Phone _______________________________________________

h Creole

h English

h Spanish

h Other (please indicate)

Demographic Data: Please provide the following data. Check only one: Check one or more: Gender:

h Yes, I am Hispanic/Latino h No, I am not Hispanic/Latino h Asian h American Indian or Alaskan Native h Black or African American h Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander h White h Male h Female

The information requested above in the Demographic Data section is on a voluntary basis to aid the State of Florida in its c ommitment to Equal Education/Employment Opportunity and to meet federal reporting requirements. (This information will not affect your admission to the College.)

Basis of Admission

(Please check box that applies)

h Earned a standard high school diploma h Earned a GED h Anticipated high school or GED graduation date ____________________ h Transfer from an accredited college or university h Transient student

h Home-schooled h Early college (dual enrollment) h Early admission h Career pathways h Special diploma or certificate of completion h None of the above (allowed for
Career and Technical Education only) Graduation date______________________

Name of high school: __________________________________________________________________

City, state and country of high school: __________________________________________________________________________________________


For office use only: Date _________________________ Term _______________ Staff initials _________________ MDC student # ____________________________

(Please complete ALL SECTIONS and sign your application)

All first-time-in-college students must submit official high school transcripts (showing actual graduation date) or equivalency. If you are a Florida public high school graduate, Miami Dade College will electronically request your transcript. However, you are ul timately responsible for ensuring that Miami Dade College receives your final high school transcript or equivalency. Previous Colleges or Universities: Have you attended any other colleges or universities?

h Yes h No

If you have previously attended another college or university, please note that all degree-seeking students are required to submit official college/university transcripts from all institutions attended. Failure to submit all transcripts will prevent future enrollment at the College and/or jeopardize financial aid eligibility. Please request that your final official transcripts be sent to the Miami Dade College campus you will attend. Transcripts will be evaluated only if you are a degree-seeking student. (If yes, please list all information below. If additional space is needed, attach list on a separate sheet.) Name of institution: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City, state and country ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dates attended ___________________________________________________

Degree earned ________________________________________


(leave blank if none)

Name of institution: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City, state and country ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dates attended ___________________________________________________

Degree earned ________________________________________


(leave blank if none)

Enrollment and Degree Information

h New admission h Previously applied but never enrolled h Previously enrolled (term and year) ________________________
I plan to attend Miami Dade College beginning: Term:

h Fall (Aug.-Dec.) h Spring (Jan.-Apr.) h Summer (May-July) Location preferred: h Hialeah h Homestead h InterAmerican h h West h Wolfson h Virtual College h

Kendall

Medical Center

North

Outreach: _____________________________________

Check the degree or program you intend to pursue at Miami Dade College:

h Associate in Arts (A.A.) h Associate in Science (A.S.) h Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) h Bachelors degree h College Credit Certificate program h Career and Technical Education program h Undecided
Intended major ____________________________________________ Program code (see program listing) _______________________________ I plan on taking specific credit courses only and do not intend to complete a degree at this time. Please check one of the following categories: h Personal interest h Transfer h Upgrade my skills h Teacher certification/renewal h EPI program h Transient

Conduct and Certification Statements


Have you ever been incarcerated or convicted of a felony, or have you experienced disciplinary problems at another educational institution? h YES h NO If yes, please submit a written statement detailing the circumstances to the dean of students for review prior to admission to Miami Dade College. This information will be handled confidentially. I authorize Miami Dade College to obtain my Florida public school/college/university records and test scores through the use of electronic means if my former school participates in the Florida Automated System for Transferring Educational Records (FASTER). I agree to the release of any transcripts and test scores to this institution, including any score reports that this institution may request from the College Board or ACT. I understand that I may be provisionally admitted until all of my transcripts and related academic records have been received, and that if my transcripts are not provided within the first 30 days of my initial term, I may not be allowed to register in a subsequent term. I CERTIFY that all statements given in this application are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I agree to abide by the Students Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, available at the Student Life Office, and all other rules, regulations and policies of Miami Dade College. I agree that if my records are not complete within the initial term of enrollment or if any information is found to be false, I may be suspended from classes without a refund of any fees paid. NOTE: You must also COMPLETE and sign the Florida RESIDENCY AFFIDAVIT (ON THE NEXT PAGE) in order for your admission application to be complete. X ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT DATE Miami Dade College is an equal access/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, marital status, age, religion, national origin, disability, veterans status, sexual orientation or genetics information. Contact the Office of Director, Equal Opportunity Programs/ADA Coordinator, at 305-237-2577 for assistance. TITLE: DIRECTOR, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS/ADA COORDINATOR ADDRESS: HUMAN RESOURCES, KENDALL CAMPUS, 11011 S.W. 104 STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA D-956 - Rev. 6/10

Florida Resident for Tuition Affidavit


A Florida resident for tuition purposes is a person who has, or a dependent person whose parents or legal guardian has, established and maintained a legal residency in Florida for at least twelve months. Residence in Florida must be as a bonafide domicile rather than for the purposes of maintaining a residence incident to enrollment at an institution of higher education. To qualify as a Florida resident for tuition purposes, you must be a U.S. Citizen, permanent resident alien, or legal alien granted indefinite stay by the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. Other persons not meeting the twelve-month legal residence requirement may be classified as Florida residents for tuition purposes only if they fall within one of the limited special categories authorized by theFlorida Legislature. All other persons are ineligible for classification as a Florida resident for tuition purposes. Living in or attending school in Florida will not, in itself, establish legal residence. Students who depend on outof-state parents for support are presumed to be legal residents of the same state as their parents. I. FLORIDA RESIDENTS If NOT a Florida resident, proceed to section III. This section must be completed if you claim Florida residency for tuition purposes. Attach copies of document(s) required. Your and/or your parents most recent tax return or other documentation may be requested to establish dependence/independence. Dependent: a person for whom 50% or more of his/her support is provided by another as defined by the Internal Revenue Service. Independent: a person who provided more than 50% of his/her own support. A copy of marriage certificate is required in all cases of spouse claiming partners residency. Select below all that apply. h A. I am an independent person and have maintained legal residence in Florida for at least 12 months. h B. I am a dependent person and my parent or legal guardian has maintained legal residence in Florida for at least 12 months. h C. I am a dependent person who has resided for five years with an adult relative other than my parent or legal guardian, and my relative has maintained legal residence inFlorida for at least 12 months. (Required: Copies of tax returns on which you were claimed as a dependent and/or other proof of dependency is required.) h D. I am married to a person who has maintained legal residence inFlorida for at least 12 months. I have now established legal residence and intend to make Florida my permanent home. (Required: Copy of marriage certificate, claimants voter registration, drivers license and vehicle registration.) h E. I am or was previously enrolled at a Florida state institution in the last twelve months and classified as a Florida resident for tuition purposes. h F. According to the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, I am a permanent resident alien, asylee or other legal alien or I hold a visa that is eligible to establish Florida residency and have maintained a domicile in Florida for at least 12 months. (Required:U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Servicesdocumentation and proof of Florida residency status.) h G. I am a member of the armed services of the United States and I am stationed in Florida on active military duty pursuant to military orders, or whose home of record is Florida, or I am a members spouse or dependent child. (Required: Copy of military orders or DD2058 showing home of record.) h H. I am a full-time instructional or administrative employee employed by a Florida public school, community college or institution of higher education, or I am the employees spouse or dependent child. (Required:Copy of employment verification.) h I. I am part of the Latin American/Caribbean Scholarship program. (Required:Copy of scholarship papers.) h J. I am a qualified beneficiary under the terms of the Florida Prepaid College Program (s.240.551, F.S.), and not otherwise eligible. h K. I am living on the Isthmus of Panama and have completed 12 consecutive months of college work at the F.S.U. Panama Canal Branch, or I am the students spouse or dependent child. (Required:Copy of marriage certificate or proof of dependency.) h L. I am a SouthernRegional Education Boards Academic Common Market graduate student attending Floridas state universities. (Required:Certification letter from State Coordinator.) h M. I am a full-time employee of a state agency or political subdivision of the state whose student fees are paid for by the state agency or political subdivision for the purpose of job-related law enforcement or corrections training. h N. I am a McKnight Doctoral Fellow recipient or finalist who is a U.S. citizen. (Required:Verification from graduate studies.) II. PERSON CLAIMING RESIDENCY SHOULD COMPLETE THIS SECTION IN FULL. Documents supporting the establishment of legal residence must be dated, issued, or filed 12 months before the first day of classes of the term for which a Florida resident classification is sought. All documentation is subject to verification.

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE

Additional documentation other than what is required above may be requested in some cases.

Please Print: 1. Name of Student: _______________________________________ 2. Student Social Security Number: ____________/____________ /____________ 3. Name of person claiming Florida residency: _________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Claimants relationship to student: _______________________ 5. Claimants telephone number: (__________) ____________________________ 6. Claimants permanent legal address: ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Street / P.O.Box Apt. No. City State Zip Code

7. Date claimant began establishing legal Florida residence and domicile: __________/__________ /__________ 8. Claimants voter registration: State: ____________ Number: ____________________ County: ______ Issue Date: ______/______/______ 9. Claimants drivers license: State: ____________ Number: _____________________________________ Issue Date: ______/______/______ 10. Claimants vehicle registration: State: ____________ Tag Number:__________________________________ Issue Date: ______/______/______ 11. Country of Citizenship: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12. Non-U.S. Citizen only: Permanent Resident ____ Refugee ____ Asylee/applicant ____ Visa Type _________________________________ Resident Alient Number: ________________________ Issue Date: ______/______/______ Other ____________________________________________ I do hereby swear or affirm that the above named student meets all requirements indicated in the checked category above for classification as a Florida resident for tuition purposes. I understand that a false statement in this affidavit will subject me to penalties for making a false statement pursuant to 837.06, Florida Statutes, and to BORRule 6C-6.001(60, F.A.C.). Signature in ink of person claiming Florida residency __________________________________________________ (as listed in Item #3 above) Date __________________________

III. NON-FLORIDA RESIDENTS I understand that I do not qualify as a Florida resident for tuition purposes for the term for which this application is submitted and if I should qualify for some future term, it will be necessary for me to file the required documentation prior to the beginning of the term to be considered for Florida residency classification. Signature in Ink: _____________________________________________________________________ Date: _______________________________________
D-956 (Revised 4/10)

Information on Florida Residency for Tuition Classification


Students who are admitted to public-supported postsecondary educational institutions in Florida must complete an affidavit and provide proof of Florida residency for tuition purposes in accordance with state law. 1009.21, Florida Statutes (F.S.) and 6A-10.044, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) Non-U.S. citizen students and/or parents must provide evidence of eligible legal immigration status in the U.S. before being considered for Florida resident fees. Please check with the Registrars Office for more specific information on the non-U.S. citizen categories that are eligible to be considered for in-state fees. International Students and non-U.S. citizens admitted into the United States with the following visas are NOT ELIGIBLE to pay Florida resident fees: B, C, D, F, H4 (if 21 or over), J, M, P and Q. ALL DOCUMENTS SUPPORTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FLORIDA RESIDENCY MUST BE DATED, ISSUED, OR FILED 12 MONTHS BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS OF THE TERM IN WHICH THE FLORIDA RESIDENCY-FOR-TUITION-PURPOSES CLASSIFICATION IS REQUESTED. ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN THE 100% REFUND DATE FOR THE TERM IN WHICH FLORIDA RESIDENCY IS BEING REQUESTED, OR IT WILL APPLY FOR THE FOLLOWING TERM. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE NAME(S) LISTED ON ALL DOCUMENTS MUST MATCH. Students under the age of 24 are considered dependent automatically, unless proven otherwise (see below). Students age 24 and over are considered independent automatically, unless proven otherwise. Students claiming to be independent AND under the age of 24 must provide one of the following proofs of financial independence:  Proof of a sufficient income (excluding any Federal, state, and institutional aid or scholarships) from the previous year (check with the Registrars Office for more information) and not be claimed by another person on their taxes (must show prior year taxes), or Have a dependent child and have received Florida state aid, or Show proof of marriage (marriage license), or Be a veteran of the United States military service (DD214 required), or Be classified as independent by the Financial Aid Office at Miami Dade College, or Be a ward of the state or Project Independence recipient Please note that as per current Florida law, stepparents are not eligible to claim Florida residency on behalf of a dependent student. A parent is defined as the natural or adoptive parent or legal guardian (with a legal court document). All students--including independent as well as dependent students and their parents--are required to submit the Florida residency affidavit and at least two of the below-specified documents with dates that evidence the consecutive 12-month qualifying period. At least one of the documents must be from the first group, and more than two documents may be requested. NOTE THAT NO SINGLE DOCUMENT SHALL BE CONCLUSIVE, AND ALL DOCUMENTATION IS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION. EVIDENCE OF TIES TO ANOTHER STATE INVALIDATES THE ELIGIBILITY OF FLORIDA RESIDENCY CLASSIFICATION FOR TUITION PURPOSES. First group (at least one of the two documents submitted must be from the first group) Florida drivers license (licenses from any other state must be relinquished) Florida identification card (if no evidence of ties to another state exists) Florida voters registration card Florida vehicle registration Proof of purchase of a permanent home in Florida that is occupied as a primary residence of the claimant (e.g., warranty deed)  Transcripts from a Florida high school for multiple years (if Florida high school diploma or GED was earned within the last 12 months)  Proof of permanent full-time employment in Florida for at least 30 hours per week for a 12-month period. This may include paycheck stubs from the previous 12 consecutive months of work in Florida and/or a letter on official company letterhead from the employer verifying the previous 12 consecutive months of employment in Florida Proof of Homestead exemption in Florida Second group (may be used in conjunction with one document from the first group)  Declaration of domicile in Florida (12 months from the date the document was sworn and subscribed as noted by the Clerk of Circuit Court) A Florida professional or occupational license Florida incorporation Documents evidencing family ties in Florida Proof of membership in Florida-based charitable or professional organizations Any other documentation that supports the students request for Florida resident status Examples of other documentation from the second group: Utility bills and proof of 12 consecutive months of payments Lease agreement and proof of 12 consecutive months of payments Official Federal, State or court documents evidencing legal ties to Florida Unacceptable Documents (may not be used to support classification of Florida residency for tuition purposes) Hunting/fishing licenses Library cards Birth Certificate Passport Shopping club/rental cards For students in state custody, the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) may facilitate residency determination by providing the college or university with documentation evidencing parental or legal guardian residence in Florida for the qualifying period. The DJJ Address Verification Form shall be considered acceptable documentation for residency determination in conjunction with additional information that demonstrates that the parent or legal guardian has maintained legal residence in this state for at least 12 months prior to the first day of classes of the term for which Florida residency-for-tuition-purposes classification is sought. Students enrolling in colleges or universities that have tuition and fees exempt according to section 1009.25(2)(c), Florida Statutes, shall not be required to submit Florida residency documentation for tuition purposes. THIS INFORMATION IS FOR INITIAL CLASSIFICATION ONLY. ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE AND DOCUMENTATION WILL BE REQUIRED FOR RECLASSIFICATION. Except as otherwise stated in this summary, a person who is classified as a nonresident for tuition purposes may become eligible for reclassification as a resident for tuition purposes if that person (or, if that person is a dependent child, his or her parent) presents clear and convincing documentation that supports permanent legal residency in this state for at least 12 consecutive months rather than temporary residency for the purpose of pursuing an education, such as documentation of full-time permanent employment for the prior 12 consecutive months or the purchase of a home in this state and residence therein for the prior 12 consecutive months while not enrolled in an institution of higher education. The above information serves as a summary of Florida law and related policies/procedures applied by Miami Dade College in determining eligibility of Florida residency for tuition purposes.
ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
MIAMI DADE COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF GENDER, RACE, COLOR, MARITAL STATUS, AGE, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, DISABILITY, VETERANS STATUS OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION. CONTACT THE OFFICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS/ADA COORDINATOR, AT 305-237-2577 FOR INFORMation. D-956 - Rev. 4/10

MDC College and Vocational Credit Programs


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE The four-year baccalaureate degrees in Secondary Education is designed to prepare students to become teachers and pass state professional certification exams. An internship in a school setting is required to provide practical experience. Additionally, individuals with Bachelors degrees in other fields are able to earn teacher certification. Please refer to the College Catalog for specific program prerequisites (www.mdc.edu). CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION S4301 Exceptional Student Education (K-12) S4201 Secondary Mathematics Education S4104 Secondary Science Education - Biology S4105 Secondary Science Education - Chemistry S4106  Secondary Science Education - Earth & Space Science S4107 Secondary Science Education - Physics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING The primary goal of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree proposal at Miami Dade College to provide students and practicing nurses with a high quality, accessible, cost-effective, and seamless academic program designed to meet the critical workforce need for baccalaureate-prepared nurses in the State of Florida. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION N5100 Nursing RN to BSN BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) is the designated degree for flexible baccalaureate programs that are designed to accommodate the unique demands for entry and advancement within specific workforce sectors. BAS programs provide degree completion opportunities for students from a variety of educational backgrounds, but primarily those with A.S. degrees or the equivalent. BAS degree programs conform to all articulation conventions (including common course prerequisites, common course numbering, and faculty credentialing in accordance with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). BAS degree programs typically include capstone experiences that provide opportunities for students to demonstrate the application of acquired knowledge, skills, and competencies. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION P5210 Electronics Engineering Technology P5220 Film, Television and Digital Production P5210  Health Science with an option in Physician Assistant Studies** P5109 Public Safety Management - Basic Corrections Training Academy (State Certification) P5108 Public Safety Management - Basic Law Enforcement Academy (State Certification) P5102 Public Safety Management - Corrections P5106  Public Safety Management - Crime Scene Investigation Concentration P5110  Public Safety Management - Criminal Justice Concentration P5105  Public Safety Management - Emergency Management Concentration P5107 Public Safety Management - Field Internship P5100  Public Safety Management - Law Enforcement Concentration P5103  Public Safety Management - Probation and Parole Concentration P5104  Public Safety Management - Security/Loss Prevention Concentration P5200 Supervision and Management ASSOCIATE IN ARTS The AA degree is designed to transfer to universities. It is protected by the Articulation Agreement among all Florida public institutions of higher education. A student who is awarded an AA degree by Miami Dade College has met the general education requirements for admission to the upper division in public universities of the State of Florida. Refer to FACTs.org for additional information. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 10504 Accounting 10100 Agriculture 12200 Anthropology 10200 Architecture 10304 Area & Ethnic Studies 11000 Art or Art Education 11903 Atmospheric Science & Meteorology 10400 Biology 12207 Biotechnology 10907 Building Construction

10503 Business Administration 11901 Chemistry 11005 Computer Arts Animation 10702 Computer Information Systems 10703 Computer Science 12204 Criminal Justice Administration 11003 Dance 11305 Dietetics 11002 Drama or Drama Education 12201 Economics 10905 Engineering - Architectural 10906 Engineering - Chemical 10908 Engineering - Civil 10705 Engineering - Computer 10910 Engineering - Electrical 10909  Engineering - Geomatics (Surveying and Mapping) 10912 Engineering - Industrial 10911 Engineering - Mechanical 10913 Engineering - Ocean 10904 Engineering - Science 11500 English/Literature & English Education 10203 Environmental Studies 12103 Exercise Science 10301 Foreign Language 10101 Forestry 11904 Geology 11004 Graphic or Commercial Arts 11200 Health Services Administration 12202 History 10506 Hospitality Administration/Travel & Tourism 10201 Interior Design 12205 International Relations 10202 Landscape Architecture 10600 Mass Communications/Journalism 11700 Mathematics 11001 Music or Music Education 11502 Philosophy 10817 Physical Education Teaching & Coaching 11900 Physics 12206 Political Science 14902 Pre-Bachelor of Arts 11400 Pre-Law 11211 Pre-Medical Science/Dentistry 11209 Pre-Medical Technology 11203 Pre-Nursing 11204 Pre-Occupational Therapy 11205 Pre-Optometry 11206 Pre-Pharmacy 11207 Pre-Physical Therapy 11202 Pre-Physician Assistant 11208 Pre-Veterinary Medicine 12001 Psychology 12100 Public Administration 12101 Recreation 11503 Religion 12102 Social Work 12203 Sociology 11501 Speech Pathology & Audiology 10802 Teaching (Elementary) 10804 Teaching (Exceptional Student Education) 10809 Teaching (Pre-Elementary/Early Childhood) 10810 Teaching (Secondary) 10815 Teaching Secondary (Biology) 10814 Teaching Secondary (Chemistry) 10813 Teaching Secondary (Earth/Space) 10808 Teaching Secondary (English/Foreign Languages) 10812 Teaching Secondary (Mathematics Education) 10816 Teaching Secondary (Physics) 10806 Teaching Secondary (Social Science) 10803  Teaching Secondary (Vocational: Business, Technical, Home)

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE The AS degree is designed for immediate employment preparation. Credits earned for selected courses in these programs may be acceptable at universities toward a four-year degree. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 25022 Accounting Technology 22030 Advanced Manufacturing Technology* 26026  Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Heating Systems Technology 26034 Architectural Design & Construction Technology 26045 Automotive Service Management Technology 26028 Aviation Administration 26027 Aviation Maintenance Management

26053 Biomedical Engineering Technology 22027 Biotechnology 22028 Biotechnology - Bioinformatics 22029 Biotechnology - Chemical Engineering 26033 Building Construction Technology 25051 Business Administration 26035 Civil Engineering Technology 26052 Computer Engineering Technology 25055 Computer Information Technology 25065  Computer Programming & Analysis - Business App. Programming 25064  Computer Programming & Analysis - Game Development 25024 Court Reporting Technology 27026  Crime Scene Technology - Crime Scene Investigation 27027 Crime Scene Technology - Forensic Science 27020 Criminal Justice Technology: BLE 27019 Criminal Justice Technology: Corrections 27012 Criminal Justice Technology: Generic 25057  Database Technology - Microsoft Database Administrator 25059  Database Technology - Microsoft Solutions Developer 25058 Database Technology - Oracle Database 25060  Database Technology - Oracle Database Developer 26037 Drafting & Design Technology 27014 Early Childhood Education 27033 Early Childhood Education - Administrators 27032 Early Childhood Education - Infant Toddler 27031 Early Childhood Education - Preschool 26054 Electrical Power Technology 26056 Electrical Power Technology - Electrical Option 26055 Electrical Power Technology - Instrumentation & 26057 Electrical Power Technology - Mechanical Option 26039 Electronics Engineering Technology 27023  Environmental Science Technology Assessment/Safety Compliance 27021  Environmental Science Technology Conservation Ecology 27022  Environmental Science Technology Environmental Science 27025  Environmental Science Technology - HAZMAT Technology 27024  Environmental Science Technology - Watershed Management 26044 Film Production Technology 22026 Financial Services - Banking 22024 Financial Services - Financial Management 22025 Financial Services - Mortgage Finance 27018 Fire Science Technology 23049 Funeral Services 26049 Graphic Arts Technology 26031 Graphic Design Technology 26050 Graphic Internet Technology 22016 Hospitality & Tourism Management 25067 Human Services - Addictions Studies 25026 Human Services - Generalist 25020 Industrial Management Technology 22013 Instructional Services Technology 26030 Interior Design Technology 25063 Internet Services Technology 21005  Landscape & Horticulture Technology Horticulture Specialization 21006  Landscape & Horticulture Technology Landscape Specialization 25068 Marketing Management - Entrepreneurship 25048 Marketing Management - International Business 25049 Marketing Management - International Trade 25047 Marketing Management - Marketing 25054  Marketing Management - Non-Profit Management 25050 Marketing Management - Real Estate Marketing 25019 Music Business - Business Management 25043 Music Business - Creative Performance 25044 Music Business - Creative Production 25062 Networking Service Technology - Cisco 25061 Networking Services Technology - Microsoft 25066  Networking Services Technology - Network Security 25042 Office Administration - Legal Office Specialist 25021  Office Administration - Office Management Specialist 25041  Office Administration - Office Software Application Specialist continued on the other side

27013 Paralegal Studies 26032 Photographic Technology 26029 Professional Pilot Technology 26043 Radio & Television Broadcast Programming 23033 Sign Language Interpretation 26051 Telecommunications Engineering Technology 26025 Theater & Entertainment Technology 24050 Translation/Interpretation 22010 Travel Industry Management

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE The Associate of Applied Science degree is an occupational degree that can lead to immediate employment and is not intended to transfer to a four-year institution. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION A5086 Business Administration - International Business A5087 Business Administration - Management A5088 Business Administration - Marketing A5089 Business Administration - Non-Profit Management A5090 Business Administration - Real Estate Marketing A5096  Hospitality & Tourism Management - Food Service Management A5095  Hospitality & Tourism Management - Lodging Management ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE ALLIED HEALTH/NURSING Allied Health/Nursing programs have selective admission requirements and offer courses in specialized study as well as general education. The two-year programs culminate in an AS degree. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 23022 Dental Hygiene (Preselect) 23039  Diagnostic Medical Sonography Specialist (Preselect) 23048 Emergency Medical Services (Preselect) 23053 Health Information Management (Preselect) 23063 Histologic Technology (Preselect) 23023 Medical Laboratory Technology (Preselect) 23043 Midwifery (Preselect) 23069 Nuclear Medicine Technology (Preselect) 23032 Nursing-R.N. (Accelerated) (Preselect) 23029 Nursing-R.N. (Bridge) (Preselect) 23030 Nursing-R.N. (Generic) (Preselect) 23040 Opticianry (Preselect) 23035 Physical Therapist Assistant (Preselect) 23060 Physician Assistant (Preselect) 23014 Radiation Therapy Technology (Preselect) 23045 Respiratory Care (Preselect) 23062 Veterinary Technology (Preselect) ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE ALLIED HEALTH The AAS degree is a two-year degree that leads to employment and is not intended to transfer to a four year institution. Allied Health programs have selective admissions requirements and offer courses in specialized study as well as general education. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION A3038 Radiography - Transitional A3036 Radiography (Preselect) ALLIED HEALTH COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE College Credit Certificate programs require fewer credits than an Associate in Science degree. These are Florida Department of Education Certified College Credit programs. The college credits granted in these programs will apply toward the related Associate in Science degree. The student receives an institutional College Credit Certificate upon completion of the program and the programs title will be added to the students transcript. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 63013 Emergency Medical Technician 63016  Nuclear Medicine Technician Specialist (Preselect) COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE College Credit Certificate programs require fewer credits than an Associate in Science degree. These are Florida Department of Education Certified College Credit programs. The college credits granted in these programs will apply toward the related Associate in Science degree. The student receives an institutional College Credit Certificate upon completion of the

program and the programs title will be added to the students transcript. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 65077 Accounting Applications 65078 Addiction Studies 66030 Air Cargo Agent 63012 Airline/Aviation Management 63017 Airport Management 68000 Automation* 65045 Banking Management 65044 Banking Operations 65043 Banking Specialist 60002 Biotechnology 65041 Business Management - Management 65042 Business Management - Small Business Management 65021 Business Operations - Accounting/Budgeting 65022 Business Operations - Business Management 65023 Business Operations - Customer Service 65024 Business Operations - Finance 65025 Business Operations - Human Resources 65026 Business Operations - International Business 65027 Business Operations - Marketing 65028 Business Operations - Non-Profit 65029 Business Operations - Real Estate 65030 Business Operations - Retail 65031 Business Operations - Small Business 65010 Business Specialist - Accounting/Budgeting 65011 Business Specialist - Business Management 65012 Business Specialist - Customer Service 65013 Business Specialist - Finance 65014 Business Specialist - Human Resources 65015 Business Specialist - International Business 65016 Business Specialist - Marketing 65017 Business Specialist - Non-Profit 65018 Business Specialist - Real Estate 65019 Business Specialist - Retail 65020 Business Specialist - Small Business 66050 Cisco Network Associate 66070 Computer Aided Design Assistant 66071 Computer Aided Design Operator 66045 Computer Programming 66033 Computer Specialist 66072 Crime Scene Technician 60004 Early Childhood Education - Administrator 60003 Early Childhood Education - Preschool 69000 Educator Preparation Institute 65099 Entrepreneurship 63025 Horticulture Professional 63026 Horticulture Specialist 65051 Hospitality Management - Food & Beverage Management 65048  Hospitality Management - Rooms Division Management 67014 Infant/Toddler Specialization 66044 Information Technology Support 64051 Interpretation Studies 68001 Lean Manufacturing* 65008 Marketing Operations 66032 Microcomputer Repairer/Installer 66046 Microsoft Database Administrator 66047 Microsoft Solutions Developer 62004 Mortgage Finance 66034 Network Systems Developer 65039 Office Management - Office 65040  Office Management - Office Software Applications 65032 Office Specialist - Legal Office 65033 Office Specialist - Office 65034 Office Specialist - Office Software Applications 65035 Office Support - Legal Office 65036 Office Support - Office 65037 Office Support - Office Software Applications 66048 Oracle Database Administrator 66049 Oracle Database Developer 63008 Paramedic 66028 Passenger Service Agent 64050 Translation Studies 66051 Web Development Specialist

ADVANCED TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE The Advanced Technical Certificate is available to students who have already been awarded an Associate in Science degree and wish to upgrade their skills. Students must successfully complete a prescribed set of courses at the advanced level in order to be awarded the certificate. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION C6028 Biotechnology C6029 Biotechnology - Bioinformatics C6030 Biotechnology - Chemical Technology C6027 Certified Flight Instructor NON-DEGREE STATUS Non-degree codes are for students who intend to enroll in specific credit courses only and do not intend to complete a degree or CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 30171 Personal Interest or Development 39001 Teacher - Transient 39003 Teacher Recertification 30168 Transfer 30170 Upgrade or Develop Occupational Skills CAREER TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE These Career Technical Education Certificate (formerly Vocational Credit Certificate) programs are comprised of vocational credit courses. Program length varies depending upon the complexity of the individual program. The training is focused on preparation for immediate job entry and specific job titles. Competencies gained upon successful completion of these training programs may result in advanced placement or specific credits towards an Associate in Science degree. Students interested in these programs should contact the appropriate campus department for additional information. CODE AREA OF CONCENTRATION 52005 Academy of International Marketing 55013 Accounting Operations 55006 Administrative Assistant 57003 Bail Bond Agent 55023 Business Computer Programming 55014 Business Supervision & Management 56004 Commercial Art Technology 57020 Correctional Officer - County 57021 Correctional Officer - State 57016  Crossover from Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer 55021 Customer Assistance Technology 54000 Early Childhood Education 59000 Electricity Apprenticeship 56002 Electronic Technology 57004 Fire Fighting II 59001 Fire Sprinkler Apprenticeship 57022 Florida CMS Law Enforcement BRT 59002  Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Apprenticeship 52001 Insurance Marketing 55000 Legal Administrative Specialist 53022 Massage Therapy - Accelerated Option 53021 Massage Therapy - Generic Option 53023 Massage Therapy - Transitional Option 53007 Medical Assisting 53010 Medical Coder Biller 53006 Medical Record Transcribing 55024 Network Support Services 55022 PC Support Service 53004 Pharmacy Technician 53003 Phlebotomy 59004 Plumbing Apprenticeship 57014 Police Service Aide 53019 Practical Nursing (LPN) 57023 Private Investigator Intern 57006 Private Security Officer 52011 Real Estate Broker 52012 Real Estate Sales Agent 59003 Sheet Metal Apprenticeship 56008 Television Production 55017 Teller Operations 52007 Travel and Tourism Industry Operations

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