About Broward College
- Broward College has been ranked by the Aspen Institute, a prestigious Washington, D.C. organization, to be in the top 10 percent of 2 year colleges in the U.S.
- Three main campuses in Florida and numerous centers throughout the world including Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam, Spain, Brazil and China, and Spain.
- It has produced more than 100,000 alumni over the years. The most notable alumni of Broward College include Emmy-nominated screenwriter and novelist Rita Mae Brown; the Emmy award-winning reporter Johnathan Walton; the former Governor of Maryland Parris Glendening; the rock musician Marilyn Manson; Major League Baseball players Mat Latos, Mike Fiers, and Tom Magrann, the actress Nancy Valen, and the humorist Daniel Dickey.
- Multicultural: it is one of the most diverse higher education institutions in Florida. Students are from over 150 countries, in fact over 40% of Broward students were born outside the U.S.
- Affordable: Broward College is one of the most cost-effective choices in comparison to Florida colleges and universities.
Broward College has been accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate and bachelor degrees. It is ranked among the 10 best community colleges in the United States according to the Aspen Institute, one of the most respected organizations from Washington, D.C.
In addition to college degrees, Broward College also offers one of the best English programs.
The most popular degrees that the college offers are:
- Business Administration
- Liberal Arts
- Criminal Justice
- Education and Pre-Medicine/Dentistry
It also has a modern Institute of Aviation that offers beginner flight training and training in aircraft maintenance.
The college’s campuses are located just a few minutes from the Florida beaches, as well as from the commercial areas and the entertainment areas of Fort Lauderdale. The social and student life in Broward College is made up of a rich mosaic of activities. There are many ways to participate in the said student life, including the award-winning literary magazine P’an Ku, the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, competitive sports for student athletes, the student newspaper The Observer, and special interest clubs. We invite you to discover the many things that you can do at Broward College.
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