Schools and Departments
Hialeah Campus offers a wide variety of day and evening classes six days a week. Educational opportunities include courses leading to associate in arts and associate in science degrees, vocational certificate programs, and career training in computer technology, office technology, electronics, and early childhood education. In addition, Hialeah Campus is also home to a comprehensive English language training program for speakers of other languages.
Schools at the Hialeah Campus
School of Business
Featuring an award-winning faculty in an epicenter of international trade, Miami Dade College’s School of Business delivers top-notch education in a one-of-a-kind location.
School of Continuing Education & Professional Development
We offer non-college credit courses for individuals who want to enrich their cultural experiences or improve their professional or occupational skills.
School of Engineering + Technology
Offering more than 30 degrees, the School of Engineering + Technology provides the dynamic knowledge, skill, hands-on training and industry connections to turn your dreams and imagination into solutions for success.
Arts and Philosophy
The Arts and Philosophy Department helps students develop critical thinking and understanding through the study of art, metaphysics, ethics, and related philosophies.
The College Prep Department offers courses in reading and English to help students who are under-prepared build their skills in these critical areas of study.
English and Communication
Through courses in composition, journalism, speech, and literature, The English and Communication department guides students through an exploration of ethics, creativity, relationships, and expression.
Offers language instruction in English for Academic Purposes, French and Italian.
The Mathematics Department helps students develop the fluency and reasoning skills needed to comprehend mathematics and its applications, creating learners capable of solving complex problems.
Offers a wide range of natural sciences preparatory courses primarily designed for the student working toward an associate in arts or associate in science degree.
Through studies in anthropology, history, geography, sociology, psychology and more, the Social Science Department provides a deeper understanding of the world around us.