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Southwest Florida College offering three new bachelor degrees

By Staff | Jun 20, 2011

Southwest Florida College has introduced three new bachelor degree opportunities for students to explore when classes begin June 27.
The new bachelor degrees that are being offered include accounting, public service administration and cyber technology and security.
Not only do students learn about the broad meaning of accounting, but they will also seek knowledge about the dynamics, the business environment and economy of the field through the accounting degree program.
The public service administration bachelor degree is for students who want to pursue a career in law enforcement administration, corrections administration, crime scene technologies, emergency preparedness, crisis planning and security management and social justice.
The final new bachelor’s degree program is cyber technology and security, which includes a foundation of information technology, digital forensics and criminal justice. Some of the training will include crime mapping, network and preparation, network security fundamentals, computer forensics and investigations, economics of crime and punishment, wireless security and forensics, criminal investigations and police procedure and criminology.
Southwest Florida College President Dr. Stephen Calabro said they have a large industry advisory council that consists of more than 200 employers
that they pay close attention to regarding new programs and improving existing programs. He said the new degrees were added because it was clear to them that there was a need for trained, skilled individuals in these particular areas.
For additional information, call 1-877-455-0107 or visit www.swfc.edu.