Broward College is a public college which was established 1959 Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. The college comprises of three campuses: A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, North Campus and Judson A. Samuels South Campus. The college comprises of nine Centers : AutoNation Automotive Training Center , Coral Springs Academic Center, Cypress Creek Administrative Center, Marine Center of Excellence, Miramar Town Center, Pines Center, Tigertail Lake Center, Weston Center, Willis Holcombe Center.
Broward College offers more than 100 majors, including Arts and Sciences, Aviation, Business, Computer Science, Education,Engineering, and Nursing. The college offers top six majors for international students such as Business, Engineering, Computer Engineering/Science, Computer Information Technology, Supply Chain Management (Global Trade and Logistics) and Pre-Medicine.
Broward College has more than 67,000 students. The total number of faculties is 2000. The college has students from more than 180 countries worldwide.
Broward College offers two years of specialized training course which is designed to help students to enter into workforce in a high-demand career with guaranteed job skills. Also aviation institute at college offers flight training along with aircraft maintenance instruction with skilled instructors in the field. The another featured degree offered is Associate In Arts (A.A.) – Transfer Degree – The Pathway to a State University in Florida where in students will complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree at Broward College to transfer into one of the twelve Florida's public universities to complete the last two years of the bachelor’s degree.
Broward College Central Campus is featured with the Ralph R. Bailey Concert Hall and a visual and performing arts facility which is being developed to showcase student and professional.
Notable Alumni: Marilyn Manson (The Rock Musician), Mat Latos (Major League Baseball Players), Daniel Dickey (The Humorist).
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