Miami Dade College’s Medical Center Campus will soon play a role in enhancing Emergency Medical Services (EMS) throughout Mexico.
Haitian nursing students visit Medical Center Campus.
MDC commits to provide training to MIA's 35,000 "badged" employees.
More than two decades ago, Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus published the college’s first student literary magazine, Metromorphosis, now in its 23rd edition, and it paved the way for four other unique literary publications created entirely by students.
Seeking strategies to reduce the cost of textbooks, the MDC Board of Trustees recently adopted the “Textbook Affordability Policy,” and Project S.A.V.E. was born.
Miami Dade College’s Eig-Watson School of Aviation took top awards during the recent National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference in Jacksonville.
Miami Dade College’s North Campus will soon launch a new Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Film, Television & Digital Production that will revolutionize entertainment education.
Landing a career with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) just became a little easier for students in Miami Dade College’s School of Computer and Engineering Technologies (SCET).
Health care informatics, the intersection of information science, computer science and health care, is a burgeoning field. It encompasses the various resources, devices and methods that are used to enhance the acquisition, storage and use of information in health and biomedicine.
Students with disabilities get essential workforce and computer training at the MEED Academy at Wolfson Campus.
Miami Dade College continues to expand its global reach. This time, with the stroke of a pen and a firm handshake, MDC has entered into an articulation agreement with Blue Hill College (BHC) in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Angelo Bribiesca brings the world to MDC students by way of his mastery of foreign languages – and state-of-the-art computer technology.
MDC revamps workforce education programs to help students prepare for in-demand occupations.
The Dade Community Foundation awards Wolfson Campus a $75,000 grant in an effort to ease transition to civilian life for student veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.