Bachelor Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science

ACCOUNTING

BIOLOGY

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

EDUCATION

     ELEMENTARY EDUCATION with READING and ESOL ENDORSEMENTS

     EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION with ESOL ENDORSEMENT

     MIDDLE GRADES MATHEMATICSDr. Mallonee with student

     SECONDARY MATHEMATICS

     MIDDLE GRADES SCIENCE

     SECONDARY BIOLOGY

 

HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT

 

HUMAN SERVICES

     YOUTH & FAMILY STUDIES

     ADDICTIONS STUDIES

     HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND CYBER SECURITY


NURSING


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

    EMERGENCY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

    PUBLIC POLICY AND LEADERSHIP CONCENTRATION

Bachelor Of Applied Science

DIGITAL MEDIA

     GRAPHIC DESIGN & VISUAL COMMUNICATION CONCENTRATION

     ANIMATION, GAMING, AND MODELING CONCENTRATION

ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT

       


Bachelor’s Degree Requirements

Students must earn at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the Baccalaureate Degree at IRSC. Students must successfully complete, with a GPA of 2.0 or higher, 36 hours of General Education credit (or equivalent) in the areas established by Indian River State College for its Baccalaureate Degree program.

Prior to completion of a Baccalaureate Degree at IRSC, students must demonstrate foreign language competence by providing evidence that documents the successful completion of two (2) credits of sequential high school foreign language instruction, or the second level of foreign language at the college level.

Students may demonstrate equivalent foreign language competence via the alternative methods specified by the Florida Department of Education including established minimum College Level Examination Program (CLEP) scores, minimum College Board MAPS Latin examination scores, or other methods as determined by IRSC.

Indian River State College reserves the right to validate the foreign language competence of any student prior to awarding the Baccalaureate Degree through methods including, but not limited to, review of official transcripts, portfolio and performance reviews, competency testing, standardized testing, or other methods determined by IRSC that are designed to assess the foreign language competencies outlined in Rule 6A-10.02412 of the Florida Administrative Code.