Baccalaureate Degrees Overview

Seminole State College of Florida offers bachelor's degrees in the following fields:

  • Business and Information Management, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
    • Data Analytics Specialization
    • Entrepreneurship Specialization
    • Human Resources Specialization
    • Interdisciplinary Specialization
    • Social Media and E-Marketing Specialization
  • Construction, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Elementary Education (K-6), Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
    • Engineering and Project Management Specialization
    • Mechatronics and Robotics Specialization
  • Exceptional Student Education (K-12), Bachelor of Science (B.S.) 
  • Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science (B.S.) 
    • Clinical Science Specialization
    • Community Paramedic Specialization
    • Healthcare Management & Professional Services Specialization
    • Health Coaching & Human Performance Specialization
    • Respiratory Therapy & Clinical Leadership Specialization
    • Simulation in Healthcare Education Specialization
  • Information Systems Technology, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
    • Cyber Security Specialization
    • Programming Specialization
  • Interior Design, Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.)
  • Management and Organizational Leadership, Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.)
    • Entrepreneurship Specialization
    • General Business Specialization
  • Public Safety Administration, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
    • Criminal Justice Specialization
    • Emergency Medical Services Specialization
    • Fire Science Specialization
  • RN-to-BSN, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Seminole State College of Florida's baccalaureate degree programs are designed in a unique 2+2 model. Under the 2+2 model, students first earn an Associate's degree and continue on into a Bachelor's degree throughout their studies at Seminole State. Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty review committee for selected degree programs. Students are encouraged to meet with their assigned bachelor's advisor each term prior to registering for classes to ensure enrollment in the correct course sequence. Students accepted into any Baccalaureate degree program at Seminole State College of Florida must be college ready in English and Mathematics. Enrollment in developmental courses or EAP courses under and Baccalaureate degree program is prohibited.

Application Deadline

Admission documents must be submitted by these dates:

  • Fall 2023 Term: FT & A Session - August 15, 12 W &  B Session - September 7
  • Spring 2024 Term: FT & A Session - January 3, 12 W &  B Session - January 25
  • Summer 2024 Term: May 1