Southwest Florida College has three new bachelor's degree programs!

Southwest Florida College announced additional new program offerings today in the Business and Legal Studies fields. Students can begin enrolling into the new programs, which begin on June 27.

Recent additions include new bachelor’s degrees in Accounting, Public Service Administration and in Cyber Technology and Security.

The Accounting bachelor’s degree program will be offered at the Fort Myers campus and is also available fully Online. In addition, the Accounting associate’s degree program, which is currently offered residentially at the Fort Myers campus, is also now available fully Online. The objective of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting (BSA) is to provide students with a broad, fundamental knowledge of the field of accounting. In addition, students will gain an understanding of the dynamics of organizations, the business environment, and the economy. Knowledge gained from this program will serve as a foundation for careers in public accountancy, industry, government, and non-profit organizations.

The Public Service Administration bachelor’s degree program will be offered at the Fort Myers and Tampa campuses and will also be available fully Online. The Bachelor’s Degree in Public Service Administration is for individuals who seek to expand their knowledge and marketability by earning a bachelor’s degree. The program is built upon a foundation of criminal justice and criminology coursework and allows students to choose from six different concentrations of study. Students may choose multiple concentrations towards their electives.
  • Law Enforcement Administration
  • Corrections Administration
  • Crime Scene Technologies
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Crisis Planning and Security Management
  • Social Justice
Upon the completion of the program students will be eligible for a variety of positions in the criminal justice, social services, and emergency management fields.

The Cyber Technology and Security bachelor’s degree program will be offered at the Fort Myers and Tampa campuses. The Bachelor’s Degree in Cyber Technology and Security is built upon a foundation of information technology, digital forensics, and criminal justice coursework. Students receive training in Crime Mapping, Network + Preparation, Network Security Fundamentals, Computer Forensics and Investigations, Economics of Crime and Punishment, Wireless Security and Forensics, Criminal Investigations and Police Procedure, Criminology and more. Upon completion of the program, graduates can be eligible for employment in a variety of entry-level government and corporate Information Technology Security positions, performing digital forensic investigations as well as securing sensitive information technology networks and devices from vulnerabilities and attack.

All of these new programs are consistent with Southwest Florida College’s mission, as it will prepare graduates for employment in entry-level positions within their field.

For more information on any of these new programs, or to find out more about Southwest Florida College, please call 1-888-279-2342 today to speak with an administrations representative or visit www.swfc.edu.

About Southwest Florida College: Southwest Florida College is an accredited, private institution of higher learning that is listening to employers and providing its students with placement assistance in today’s most demanding career fields. The college is located in Fort Myers, Tampa, Port Charlotte and Bonita Springs. The Institute of Interior Design is also located within the Bonita Springs campus. For more information, call 888‐279-2342 or visit www.swfc.edu.


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