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Chemistry (BS)

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree is certified by the American Chemical Society and provides the necessary background for those who wish to pursue graduate study in chemistry and ultimately careers in chemistry. Students may work with the Department's faculty members, many of whom are interdisciplinary in their training and interests and teach in several fields, in their research labs. Some present the result of their research at national conferences and publish them in chemistry journals.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Chemistry: Biochemistry

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed for students preparing for careers such as medicine, dentistry, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, patent law, secondary science education or forensic chemistry. The Chemical Education Major allows students to meet all the requirements for full certification to teach 6-12 in the State of Florida. Students may work with the Department's faculty members, many of whom are interdisciplinary in their training and interests and teach in several fields, in their research labs. Some present the result of their research at national conferences and publish them in chemistry journals.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Chemistry: Chemical Education

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed for students preparing for careers such as medicine, dentistry, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, patent law, secondary science education or forensic chemistry. The Chemical Education Major combines the rigorous requirements of the Chemistry B.A. program with content-specific pedagogy to prepare students interested in teaching chemistry at the secondary level. The Chemical Education major offers a degree in the discipline with multiple field experiences in diverse classroom settings and culminates in a full-time teaching internship. Upon graduation from the program, students are endorsed for Full Teacher Certification by the State of Florida’s Department of Education.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Chemistry: Chemical Education (Program Description)

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed for students preparing for careers such as medicine, dentistry, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, patent law, secondary science education or forensic chemistry. The Chemical Education Major combines the rigorous requirements of the Chemistry B.A. program with content-specific pedagogy to prepare students interested in teaching chemistry at the secondary level. The Chemical Education major offers a degree in the discipline with multiple field experiences in diverse classroom settings and culminates in a full-time teaching internship. Upon graduation from the program, students are endorsed for Full Teacher Certification by the State of Florida’s Department of Education.

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Bachelor of ArtsN/A

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Chemistry: Environmental

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed for students preparing for careers such as medicine, dentistry, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, patent law, secondary science education or forensic chemistry. The Chemical Education Major allows students to meet all the requirements for full certification to teach 6-12 in the State of Florida. Students may work with the Department's faculty members, many of whom are interdisciplinary in their training and interests and teach in several fields, in their research labs. Some present the result of their research at national conferences and publish them in chemistry journals.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Chemistry: Forensic

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed for students preparing for careers such as medicine, dentistry, environmental studies, veterinary medicine, patent law, secondary science education or forensic chemistry. The Chemical Education Major allows students to meet all the requirements for full certification to teach 6-12 in the State of Florida. Students may work with the Department's faculty members, many of whom are interdisciplinary in their training and interests and teach in several fields, in their research labs. Some present the result of their research at national conferences and publish them in chemistry journals.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Arts, Sciences, & Education

MMC

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the oldest of the engineering disciplines. It involves the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings, highways, railways, bridges, airports, seaports, and other structures of modern society. Given the global need for rebuilding, maintaining and further developing infrastructures, the demand for civil engineers has never been greater. Civil engineers can choose from a broad spectrum of career opportunities in industry, government and private consulting. Our program provides a background of interrelated sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering with the fundamental core subjects of the engineering program. The curriculum consists of 129 credits hours, including technical courses in the areas of construction, geotechnical, environmental, structural, surveying, transportation, and water resources engineering.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Communication Arts - Art and Performance Studies

In today’s global environment, effective communication skills have a significant impact on career success. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts is for those interested in pursuing careers as directors of communication in business, government, non-profit organizations or the arts. Students enrolled in our courses can expect to develop communication skills essential for leadership, corporate communication and crisis management. Students will learn how to advocate and critically debate ideas in social and political settings, to appreciate diverse communication styles, to work productively in task oriented groups, and to engage in rewarding interpersonal relationships.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Communication, Architecture, + The Arts

MMC

Communication Arts - Design Studies

In today’s global environment, effective communication skills have a significant impact on career success. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts is for those interested in pursuing careers as directors of communication in business, government, non-profit organizations or the arts. Students enrolled in our courses can expect to develop communication skills essential for leadership, corporate communication and crisis management. Students will learn how to advocate and critically debate ideas in social and political settings, to appreciate diverse communication styles, to work productively in task oriented groups, and to engage in rewarding interpersonal relationships.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Communication, Architecture, + The Arts

MMC

Communication Arts - Organizational Communication Studies

In today’s global environment, effective communication skills have a significant impact on career success. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts is for those interested in pursuing careers as directors of communication in business, government, non-profit organizations or the arts. Students enrolled in our courses can expect to develop communication skills essential for leadership, corporate communication and crisis management. Students will learn how to advocate and critically debate ideas in social and political settings, to appreciate diverse communication styles, to work productively in task oriented groups, and to engage in rewarding interpersonal relationships.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Communication, Architecture, + The Arts

MMC, ON

Computer Engineering

Students in the Computer Engineering (CpE) program are trained in the areas of hardware architecture, software engineering, hardware-software integration, signal and image processing, instrumentation and filter design, and computer networking. The objective is to provide excellence in education so that our graduates become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers and life-long learners. Our graduates are trained to stay current in their field of expertise and to excel in their respective organizations. Furthermore, the CpE program provides students with a solid foundation necessary for pursuing advanced studies in computing and related disciplines that bridge hardware designs with new software developments.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Computer Science

The BSCS degree presents a course of study that includes mathematics, science, and computer science foundational topics necessary for the preparation of a successful computing professional. Students are taught skills in the art and science of computer programming that exposes them to program design, logic, computing theory, software engineering, and validation. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist. Students who intend to pursue a software engineering career should select the Software Development Track.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Computer Science: Software Design and Development

The BSCS degree presents a course of study that includes mathematics, science, and computer science foundational topics necessary for the preparation of a successful computing professional. Students are taught skills in the art and science of computer programming that exposes them to program design, logic, computing theory, software engineering, and validation. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist. The Software Development Track is for students who intend to pursue a software engineering career.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Construction Management

The undergraduate program in Construction Management is nationally accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. Its goal is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for entry level supervisory or managerial positions in the construction industry. Graduates usually find employment as project managers, project schedulers, cost estimators, quality controllers or in managing their own construction firms. Opportunities for employment or advancement exist in all areas of the construction industry including land development, home building, public building, industrialized building systems, commercial, industrial, marine and highway heavy construction, underwater and space age facilities, material and equipment sales and installations, and construction product research, development and sales.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice focuses on formal mechanisms of social control by which society exercises constraint over its members. It is interdisciplinary involving law, the social and behavioral sciences, crime, the reaction of society to the crime problem, and the means used in treating it. The study of criminal justice fills the needs of students seeking careers in law and within the various agencies of the criminal justice system. The growing emphasis on homeland security has created an unprecedented demand for criminal justice and security professionals. Internship opportunities are plentiful for undergraduate students and students can be placed in numerous local, state and federal agencies. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is offered both onsite and fully online.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

International and Public Affairs

The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs (G-SIPA) brings together many of Florida International University’s internationally oriented disciplines to provide cutting-edge research, first-rate teaching, and innovative training necessary for the globalized world of the 21st century. G-SIPA includes eight signature departments: Criminal Justice, Economics, Global & Sociocultural Studies, History, Modern Languages, Politics and International Relations, Public Administration, and Religious Studies. The School also houses many of the University’s most prominent international centers, institutes, and programs.

MMC, ON