Whatever your path NFCC is a great place to learn. Let us help you earn a degree, train for a career in two years or less, or prepare for transfer to a university.
We also offer community and continuing education options for lifelong learning opportunities and professional development.
The A.A. degree is the basic university transfer degree and the equivalent of the first two years of a bachelor's degree. The state’s 2+2 articulation agreement guarantees all NFCC and Florida College System A.A. graduates admission to a Florida university. NFCC also offers eight A.A. emphasis tracks or meta-majors to help keep students on track.
NFCC offers six A.S. degrees: Accounting Technology, Business Administration, Criminal Justice Technology, Digital Media/Multimedia Technology, Emergency Medical Services and Registered Nursing. These degrees are designed to prepare students for entry into the workforce and sometimes offer transfer options to upper division programs.
Applications accepted May 1-July 1; Classes begin in August (Fall Term)
*The College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). The ADN-RN to BSN program has been submitted to SACSCOC for approval as well as to the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) for accreditation by that professional accrediting agency.
NFCC offers a wide variety of College Credit Certificates and career based certificate programs designed to offer quick training and paths to employment. Programs can typically be completed in four months to two years depending on the program. Certain certificates are used as building blocks in related A.S. degree programs at NFCC.
Continuing Workforce Education offers Continuing Education Units (CEU); training for business, industry and governmental agencies; and hands-on occupational skills training specifically tailored to maintain or upgrade employment and strengthen the existing workforce. This training does not apply toward NFCC degrees or certificates.
Community Education - Lifelong Learning
Community Education courses offer lifelong learning opportunities for learners of various ages, backgrounds and needs. Courses are taught by instructors chosen because of the unique skills and talents they can share with students. These non-credit courses are designed for personal and professional development or just for fun. Fees vary per class or offering.