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Earning a bachelor's degree means, on average, that you will earn $17,500 more every year than those with only a high school diploma, according to the Pew Research Center. Northwest Florida State College bachelor's degrees prepare you for a career in the high-demand fields of business, teaching, and nursing.  All seven of NWFSC's bachelor's degrees also prepare you for master's level work, if you choose to further your education. NWFSC's bachelor's degrees are highly regarded in the community and in the university system; in some cases, graduating from NWFSC with your bachelor's automatically earns you some graduate credits at a university. See the program links for details. NWFSC encourages all graduating AA and AS students to consider staying "home" to complete their four-year degree-take advantage of NWFSC's small classes, low tuition, and convenient locations, and prepare to be successful!

 

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree

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Bachelor of Science in Education (BSE) Degree

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree

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