BIT offers certificate programs, which may be completed within one year, and two-year Associate in Science degrees. All BIT certificates articulate into AS degrees, providing students with the option to exit after certificate completion, or continue for additional education and skill development. Emphasis is placed on developing persons who not only have the necessary skills, but who also know how to assume responsibility, take initiative, exercise good judgment, work well with others, organize work satisfactorily, and develop flexibility for a continually changing work environment.
College-level disciplines represented in BSSE include, but are not limited to, Anthropology, Early Childhood Education, Economics, Education, History, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration and Sociology. In addition to the curriculum offerings, a number of special programs and organizations are managed by the Division such as the Sister School Program with San Hsin School in Taiwan, Brain Bowl and the Model UN Program.
Courses through Communications and Humanities can be used to fulfill general education requirements for the Associate of Arts degree, and some courses also fulfill requirements for Associate of Science degrees. The division is home of arts and culture at TCC with programs such as study abroad, Theatre TCC!, Forensics Speech and Debate and the Ralph Hurst and Fine Art Galleries.
HCP offers programs that prepare students for in-demand careers such as nursing, dental hygiene, pharmacy management, EMS and more. All clinically-based health programs are offered at the Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education. The dental programs are offered at the main campus.
Science and Math offers a variety of science and mathematics courses designed to meet the needs of students in the general Associate in Arts transfer degree, as well as those enrolled in various Associate in Science programs. SM also houses the AS degree in Environmental Science Technology in collaboration with the Wakulla Environmental Institute.
Transitional studies assists students develop the reading, writing, and study skills needed to make the most of their educational opportunities and to help develop the academic skills and abilities characteristic of successful, independent learners.