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Academic Programs

The associate of applied science degree and associate of science degree programs prepare students for careers requiring specialized college-level training. Certificate programs provide students skills that lead to immediate job placement upon graduation. DBCC also offers myriad adult education programs, ranging from basic literacy and English as a Second Language to Adult High School.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs

Students who participate in DBCC's English Language Institute experience an academically challenging English language program through modern language learning strategies and enriching American cultural experiences. Students who complete the program are able to best assignment help at read, write and speak at a level of proficiency that allows them to successfully continue their studies at American colleges and universities.

Transfer Opportunities

DBCC's AA degree transfer program is as easy as 2+2: Two years at DBCC, then two years at a university. You spend your first two years at DBCC taking the same courses you would take if you were a freshman or sophomore at a university. That means you plan your program of study around the major, or career, you want to pursue and the upper division university you want to attend. You graduate with your AA degree from DBCC, transfer to a university and earn your bachelor's degree. DBCC students perform better in the same courses as university freshmen and sophomores. They've been doing so consistently for years.

Over 90 percent of AA degree graduates transfer to state universities, and they usually earn better grades than their friends who started at the universities. Courses are designed to meet standard university requirements; however, you should know the requirements of the senior university you plan to attend. Different majors require a specific course of study during the first two years of college. Universities also periodically change their requirements for a major, so it's important to talk to your DBCC counselor or advisor before registering. They'll help you select the general education focus and elective courses to meet the university's requirements for your major. Information about majors and the Florida colleges and universities where they're offered are available in the Counseling Office.

International Student Services

Global Friends is Daytona Beach Community College's international student organization. The club promotes cultural exchange in an environment that's blended with fun. The club meets monthly to plan cultural, social, and service activities.


Contact the DBCC Admissions Office 3-6 months in advance to obtain an International Student Admissions Packet. The packet contains the required information and documents you need to apply to DBCC and should be submitted at least 90 days before the start of each semester.

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