Check out this news from Miami Dade College. Pay particular attention to the opportunity to earn an Associate in Science in Transportation Logistics and future opportunity to earn a bachelor of science degree to address emerging markets. ~ Team Va-Va
Registration for the fall term at Miami Dade College (MDC) is underway, and students are encouraged to register early in order to get the courses and schedules they need to graduate. Classes are expected to fill quickly, and this year, registration will close at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, August 25. There will be no late registration once classes start on Monday, August 26.
The Panama Canal expansion and emerging markets in Latin America are expected to create a boom in the workforce, and to address this need, MDC will launch this fall the Associate in Science in Transportation Logistics. A Bachelor of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management is slated to start fall of 2014. Transportation logistics and supply chain management includes a broad range of jobs, from procurement of raw materials, warehousing and transporting of goods, to automobile, rail and aviation fleet maintenance and operations. Students interested in this program can contact Andre Naumann at 305-237-5952.
MDC’s bachelor’s degree options include biological sciences; electronics engineering; film, television & digital production; nursing; several education tracks; physician assistant studies; public safety; and supervision and management.
Please note MDC’s new Priority Registration system is also in effect, which allows early registration by appointment to assist students who need specific courses to graduate. Students can register, pay for classes, check course availability, print schedules, and more at www.mdc.edu. On-line service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A $20 non-refundable fee is charged for processing first-time applications.
For more information, or to register, call 305- 237-8888, or visit www.mdc.edu
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