Real People Behind the Scenes: Southwest Florida College Online Program Offers New Degree Opportunities

Meet the real instructors and the support staff behind the Online Programs at Southwest Florida College as they provide new students to the Online Program the basic information of what to expect and how to make the most of their online learning experience.

Video features: Jeffrey Tunney, Denise Mathey, Manny Maestre, Natalie Reese, and Shantha Fountain.

"For any students that are currently taking classes online or at the college, or prospective students that are thinking about joining Southwest Florida College, I welcome you and I want you to know that you will always find that any one of us, from your professors, your Program Managers to your Director of Education will always be available for you via email and phone and we want you to feel comfortable." Says Manny Maestre, Director of Distance Education.

The following programs area available fully online:
  • Medical Billing & Coding Technology - Diploma
  • Health Care Administration - Bachelor
  • Health Information Technology - Associates
  • Criminal Justice - Associates
  • Early Childhood Care & Management - Diploma
  • Management & Marketing - Associates
  • Paralegal Studies - Associates
  • Management - Bachelor
  • Criminal Justice - Bachelor
  • Early Childhood Education - Associates
To learn more about our online programs, visit http://www.swfc.edu/online today or call (888) 279-2342.

Southwest Florida College is an accredited private institution of higher learning centrally located in Fort Myers, Tampa, Port Charlotte, and includes the Institute of Interior Design located within the Miromar Design Center in Estero. The College has been providing post secondary education to Floridians since 1974 and offers programs in Allied Health, Business, Design, Education, Information Technology and Legal Studies. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities for individuals to acquire knowledge and skills that will help prepare them for rewarding careers in fields with high growth potential.

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