South Florida State College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. To provide options for upper division degrees, SFSC has partnered with several public and private colleges and universities to provide degree programs close to home. Our partnership degree programs offer the same high-quality degrees that are provided on the home campuses. However, at the SFSC University Center your classes will be smaller, so you will receive more personal attention and may experience more social interaction with your peers. Classes are offered primarily at the Highlands Campus. Some programs offer classes through distance education, including Web-based and online options.
Majors are offered in:
- Bachelor's Degrees
- Master's Degrees
Because the SFSC University Center programs are designed as 2+2 partnerships, students are expected to have completed an associate in arts degree (A.A.) or associate in science degree (A.S.) or have earned 60 credit hours of college-level classes before applying to the upper division institution.
Students who have completed bachelor's degrees must still meet the university admission requirement of the institution being considered.
Students who do not have an A.A. or A.S. degree may request individual evaluations to determine their eligibility.