The degree you need to get ahead
From the moment you set foot on our campus you’ll be supported with the kind of one-on-one attention that sets an FSC education apart.
Our Adult Undergraduate Program is designed to meet the needs of today’s busy adults. On our beautiful, historic, state-of-the-art campus you’ll find the resources, convenience and flexibility to balance the demands of work, family and higher education. You’ll acquire the analytical and technical skills to solve tough workplace problems. You’ll gain the knowledge, skills and momentum to turn motivation into accomplishment. | Check out the resources available to you
The Barney Barnett School of Business & Free Enterprise prepares accounting students to compete in today’s dynamic global market by equipping them with the skills needed to understand the language of business. | Explore Accounting
With a Business Administration degree from FSC’s Barney Barnett School of Business & Free Enterprise you will be well prepared to take on a leadership position in today’s dynamic global marketplace. | Explore Business Administration
The School of Education at Florida Southern College is dedicated to educating the best teachers who inspire their students on a daily basis. As an Elementary Education student, you will gain the skills and knowledge needed to successfully pass the Florida Teacher Certification Exam. | Explore Elementary Education
Communication is an important tool utilized in all areas of life. This versatile degree will improve speaking and writing skills, providing the ideal preparation for careers that involve human relations related to Interpersonal & Organizational Communication. | Explore Interpersonal & Organizational Communication
Earning your B.S.N. from FSC’s School of Nursing & Health Science is a great way for nursing professionals to gain upward mobility in the health care environment. With the complexity of care nurses deliver and the critical thinking skills required at the bedside, having a bachelor’s degree is becoming the gold standard within the profession. | Explore Nursing