Originally christened the Junior College of Broward County, later Broward Community College, and today Broward College, this institution is one of the schools that makes up Florida’s “Great 28” network of two-year community and junior colleges. The school confers a number of associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, as well as professional and technical training programs, non-credit certificates, and continuing education classes. It was recently approved to begin offering online and distance-learning degrees and certificates.
The school is comprised of a number of centers and campuses that are located throughout Broward County, Florida, including the A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, the Judson A. Samuels South Campus, the North Campus in Coconut Creek, the Willis Holcombe Center, the Pines Center, the Institute for Economic Development, the Weston Center, and the Broward College Maroone Automotive Training Center.
Popular courses of study include Accounting Technology, Aviation, Graphic Design Technology, Legal Assisting Technology, Marine Engineering Management, Massage Therapy, and Automotive Technology.