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  • Miami Dade College  Address:300 Ne2nd Ave, Miami Fl, 3312  Telephone number: (305)237-8888  www.mdc.edu
  • History Of Miami Dade College  Miami Dade College opened its doors in 1960 amid the transition of desegregation and the influx of thousands of Cuban refugees. Initially, 1,428 students entered "Chicken Coop College," nicknamed for the original buildings that were transformed into classrooms. Dade County Junior College, as it was then known, was open to any county resident who had graduated from high school. The student body included the seven black students who made Dade County Junior the first integrated junior college in Florida.  The downtown campus, later to be re-named for one of the College's founders, Mitchell Wolfson, was born in 1970.The Medical Center Campus came into being in 1977, and bilingual studies became a full-fledged division in 1979, with more than 2,000 students enrolled in outreach centers in the Little Havana area. These centers would soon become the InterAmerican Center, the largest bilingual facility in all of higher education.  By the 1983-84 academic year, the effects of a changing community were reflected at the College. Thirty percent – nearly 18,000 students – were immigrants or refugees, and 46 percent reported that English was not their native language. Almost two-thirds of Miami Dade students were minorities and 56 percent were
  • Tuition and Required fees Resident Students Tuition-82.78 Non Resident Students Tuition-out-ofstate-248.33 Student Services-8.28 Student Services-8.28 Finical-Aid-4.41 Finical-Aid-16.56 Capital-Improvement11.88 Captial-Improvement23.00 Technology-4.14 Technology-16.56 Access&Parking-3.00 Access&Parking-3.00 Total Fees-114.22 Total Fees-398.51 Cost Per Term (12Credits) 1,370.64 Cost Per Term (12 Credits) $4,782.12
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships  Eligibility---  Demonstrate financial need  Be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen (for most programs) with a valid Social Security Number  Be working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program  Demonstrate qualification to obtain a postsecondary education  High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate  Pass an ability-to-benefit (ATB) test (if you don’t have a diploma or GED, a school can administer a test to determine whether you can benefit from the education offered at that school)  Meet other standards that your state establishes and that we have approved
  • Degrees Offered  Miami Dade offers more than 150 academic programs leading to the Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) (in several fields), Bachelor of Applied Science (in criminal justice), as well as numerous certificates. Also, high school students with a strong academic background may apply to be part of their prestigious Honors College
  • Major Program  I would be working on my B.S (Bachelor Of Science) and major in biology.  I would like to major in this field because I’m starting to like science also in order for me to become an Anesthesiologist Tech.
  • Curriculum of Major Program  The classes I would have to take to major in biology are  General Education (36 Credits)  Communications: 6 credits required  Oral Communications: 3 credits required  Humanities: 6 credits required Group A and Group B; 3 credits each  Behavioral and Social Science: 6 credits required Group A and Group B; 3 credits each  Natural Science: 6 credits required –  BSC 2010 Principles of Biology (common prerequisite required for program); 3 credits  CHM 1045 General Chemistry/Qualitative Analysis 1 (common prerequisite required for program); 3 credits  Mathematics: 6 credits required –  MAC 1105 College Algebra (recommended); 3 credits  STA 2023 Statistical Methods (common prerequisite required for program); 3 credits  General Education Elective: 3 credits required –  BSC 2011 Principles of Biology 2 (common prerequisite required for program); 3
  • Other Information  Miami Dade had many Famous/well known people to Graduate from their school such as  Emilio Estefan, Grammy winner, music industry icon, producer, publisher, restauranteur and hotelier  Sylvester Stallone, actor, writer, producer and director  Andy Garcia, actor, director, producer and composer  Harry Wayne "KC" Casey, lead vocalist and keyboardist of KC and the Sunshine Band  Carlos Alvarez, Mayor, Miami Dade County  Hanna Guillen, actress in the Emmy Award winning soap-opera Passions  Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, U.S. Congress House of Representatives, 18th District of Florida  Arturo Dulzaides, noted structural engineer and architect
  • Why did I choose this school  The reason I chose to go to Miami Dade College is because it’s far away from home  It has a good medical program  I’ve always wanted to move to Florida…
  • Where did I get this information from??  The places I got all my information from was google.com  Wiki.answers  Mdc.edu  Ask.com