Programs of Study
Alphabetical listing of all programs
What type of degree do I want?
To determine which degree or program is right for you, consider your career goals for the future. Do you want to earn a bachelor’s degree? Or are you more interested in training that will prepare you to immediately enter the workforce? CF offers more than 75 programs of study, including the new Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management with specializations in Agribusiness Management, Health Care Management, Management Information Systems or Public Safety Administration. In addition, CF will offer a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education degree program beginning in August 2011. Here are the paths you can follow with each degree/certification. Click on the links to view CF’s programs.
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The new Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management has specializations in Agribusiness Management, Health Care Management, Management Information Systems or Public Safety Administration.
CF also offers a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Early Childhood Education with Prekindergarten/Primary Education Certification (Age 3 through Grade 3). For more information about this degree, please contact Cheryl Lonon at 352-854-2322, ext. 1597, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Associate in Science Degree: CF offers two-year A.S. programs in many of today’s hottest career fields that will prepare students to enter the labormarket with specific technical skills or transfer into specific bachelor’s degree programs.
- College Credit Certificate: Certificate programs can be completed in one year and will provide job-entry technical skills. Enhance your job skills and also earn credit towards an A.S. degree.
- Postsecondary Adult Vocational (workforce) Certificate: A PSAV certificate program provides training for job-entry technical skills.
- Applied Technology Diploma (ATD): An ATD program provides entry-level courses in a specific area that can be applied toward an A.S. degree.
- Non-degree seeking, college credit students can pursue adult enrichment or career exploration, teacher certification, renewal or extension.
Making the decision about your future career direction and goals is one of the most important decisions you'll make in your lifetime. It will be to your advantage to make this decision prior to entering college so that you can be placed in the correct major and be advised appropriately. Every time you change your major, it can be costly in terms of time and money because all majors have different course requirements.
Unsure of your major or career?
We invite you to utilize the free career assessments/tools that are available to you in the CF Career Center location nearest you.
The Enrollment Services Center advisors can also assist you with this exploration process. If you have a question about the degree programs offered at CF, college resources, specific course information, orientation, or registration, our online “eAdvise” service can provide you with a quick response. Just click email@example.com to send us an e-mail.
There is a vast array of career exploration tools on the internet that are free, including some great tools at FLVC (once there, click on "college students" and then check out the "Explore Careers" area). Just do a search on the internet for career exploration tools for additional resources.
Are you looking for Adult Education courses, GED Testing or non-credit classes (motorcycle safety, insurance or real estate classes, etc.)? All information regarding CF's wide array of non-credit classes is available on the CF Institute web site.