Florida State College at Jacksonville is launching a new program making it easier for students to earn an Associate in Arts Degree regardless of their schedule.
The new two-year weekend pathway to an A.A. will begin with the 2021 spring term. FSCJ says this program allows students to complete all of the general education classes at the Deerwood Center and take the online electives needed to transition to a bachelor’s degree program.
“We know our students have a lot on them right now with all the new challenges and obstacles the pandemic has brought about. As the community’s college, it’s our job to do all we can to make a postsecondary degree and a fulfilling future possible. Opening additional Friday evening and Saturday classes at the Deerwood Center is just one way we are able to support our students and help them achieve their goals during this uncertain time,” says College President John Avendano, Ph.D, in a statement.
This program allows students to sign up for weekend classes, online classes, as well as hybrid classes.
For more information, including a sample class sequence, you can check out fscj.edu/weekendcollege.