Registration for Miami Dade College’s (MDC) 2013 spring semester has begun, and students are encouraged to register early in order to get the courses and schedules they need to graduate. Classes are expected to fill quickly, and there will be no late registration once classes start on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013.
With more than 300 major areas of study, including associate, bachelor and certificate programs, eight campuses, a major outreach center and other sites, and a growing Virtual College, MDC is the first step toward a prosperous future.
MDC’s bachelor’s degree options include biological sciences; electronics engineering; film, television & digital production; nursing; several education tracks; physician assistant studies; public safety; and supervision and management.
For those with a passion for food, MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute offers a curriculum steeped in environmental sustainability and culinary innovation. The institute’s Associate in Science program provides real-world knowledge, understanding and technique through engaging, hands-on classes in a brand new, state-of-the-art building located at the Wolfson Campus.
In addition to its renowned academic programs, MDC will once again present its beloved Miami International Film Festival this spring, along with many other exciting arts and culture events. Check the MDC website regularly to learn more about college news and upcoming events, or get the latest MDC news on Facebook and Twitter!
Please note MDC’s new Priority Registration system also is in effect, which allows early registration by appointment to assist students who need specific courses to graduate. Students can register, pay for classes, check course availability, print schedules, and more at www.mdc.edu. Online service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A $20 non refundable fee is charged for processing first-time applications.
For more information or to register for the Spring 2013 Semester, call 305-237-8888 or visit www.mdc.edu
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