Dr. Judy Genshaft

University of South Florida

“By working together through the Chamber, Tampa Bay institutions…play an important role in strengthening our economy and our community.”

Christopher M. Pietruszkiewicz

Stetson University College of Law

"… The Greater Tampa Chamber has been instrumental in helping our students become better prepared for the demands of the marketplace.”

Dr. Ronald L. Vaughn

The University of Tampa

“... Appreciates our continuing partnership with the Chamber to build a better community, develop future leaders and strengthen businesses.”

Dr. Kenneth Atwater

Hillsborough Community College

"Being actively involved with the Chamber has helped us forge relationships that have benefited HCC as a whole.”

Dr. Bill Lennox

Saint Leo University

"Chamber membership has been an exceptional way to strengthen our ties to the community and provide opportunities for our students and faculty."

Educational Partners

Education Connection has partnered with a number of impressive educational institutions in the Tampa Bay area. Below you'll find information about each, including the vast array of majors and graduate degrees offered by each. 

 

University of South Florida

The University of South Florida is a high-impact, global research university located in beautiful Tampa Bay on Florida’s spectacular west coast. It is one of the largest public universities in the nation, and among the top 50 universities, public or private, for federal research expenditures. Below you'll find more information about individual colleges within the University of South Florida.
 

Muma College of Business
 

The Muma College of Business emphasizes creativity and analytics to promote student success, produce scholarship with impact, and engage with all stakeholders in a diverse global environment. The Muma College of Business’ priorities are distinctive identity, relevant research, student success, business engagement, people, and global Literacy and Impact. 
 
Undergraduate majors include: General business administration; Accounting; Advertising; Finance; Information Systems; International Business; Management; and Marketing.
 
Graduate majors include: Master of Business Administration (MBA); Executive MBA; Sport & Entertainment Management; Master of Accountancy (MAcc); Master of Science in Finance; Master in Management Information Systems; Master of Science in Management; Master of Science in Marketing; Entrepreneurship and Applied Technologies.

Link: http://www.usf.edu/business/
 

College of Arts and Sciences
 

The College of Arts and Sciences is the intellectual heart of the University of South Florida. We are a community of teachers and scholars united in the belief that broadly educated people are the basis of a just, free and prosperous society. By focusing on the big questions facing all of humanity, we prepare students for successful personal and professional lives. By conducting innovative, interdisciplinary research and scholarship, we advance knowledge in ways that prepare us to address vexing social problems and enhance quality of life for people and communities.
 
Undergraduate majors include: B.A. in Africana Studies; B.A. in American Studies; B.A. in Anthropology; B.S. in Biology; B.S. in Biomedical Sciences; B.A. in Chemistry; B.S. in Chemistry; B.A. in Classics; B.A. in Communication; B.A. in Economics; B.A. in English; B.S. in Environmental Sciences and Policy; B.A. in French; B.A. in Geography; B.A. in Geology; B.S. in Geology; B.A. in German; B.S. in Health Sciences; B.A. in History; B.A. in Humanities; B.S. in Information Studies; B.A. in Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations; B.S. in Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences; B.A. in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences; B.A. in International Studies; B.A. in Italian; B.A. in Mass Communications; B.A. in Mathematics; B.S. in Medical Technology; B.S. in Microbiology; B.A. in Philosophy; B.A. in Physics; B.S. in Physics; B.A. in Political Science; B.A. in Psychology; B.A. in Religious Studies; B.A. in Russian; B.A. in Sociology; B.A. in Spanish; B.A. in Statistics; B.A. in Women’s Studies.
 
Graduate majors include: M.A. in American Studies; M.A. in Applied Anthropology; M.A. in Applied Linguistics/ESL; M.S. in Biology (Integrative); M.S. in Biology (CMMB); M.A. in Chemistry; M.S. in Chemistry; M.A. in Classics; M.A. in Communication; M.F.A. in Creative Writing; M.A. in Economics; M.A. in English; M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy; M.A. in French; M.A. in Geography; M.S. in Geology; M.A. in History; M.A. in Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies; M.A. in Film Studies; M.A. in Humanities; M.A. in Library and Information Sciences; M.A. in Linguistics; M.A. in Mass Communications; M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering; M.A. in Mathematics; M.S. in Microbiology; M.A. in Philosophy; M.A. in Philosophy and Religion; M.S. in Physics; M.A. in Political Science; Master of Public Administration; M.A. in Religious Studies; M.A. in Sociology; M.A. in Spanish; M.A. in Statistics; M.A. in Urban and Regional Planning; M.A. in Women’s Studies. 

Link: http://cas.usf.edu/
 

College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
 

The College of Behavioral and Community Sciences prepares students, scholars, human service providers, policy makers, and other professionals to improve the quality of life, health, and safety of diverse populations and to promote positive change in individuals, groups, communities, organizations and systems. Through multidisciplinary teaching and research, service, and engagement with community partners, the College focuses on the rigorous development, dissemination/implementation, and analysis of innovative solutions to the complex challenges that affect the behavior and well-being of individuals, families, populations, and communities in which we live.
 
Undergraduate majors include: B.S. in Behavioral Healthcare, B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, B.A. in Criminology, B.A. in gerontology, B.S. in Long Term Care Administration, B.S.W. in Social Work
 
Graduate majors include: M.A. in Applied Behavioral Analysis, Behavioral Health, M.S. in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health, M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration, M.A. in Criminology, M.A. in Gerontology, M.A. in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, M.S.W. in Social Work, M.S.W./M.P.H. Social Work and Public Health, M.S. in Speech Language Pathology

Link: http://www.usf.edu/cbcs/
 

College of Education
 

The College of Education offers an array of interdisciplinary programs and certificates for individuals interested in working in the school system. The College of Education prepares the next generation of educators, scholars, and leaders for pK-12 and the professoriate through exemplary undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The College of Education is committed to working with schools, agencies, and communities to offer programs that prepare professionals who work competently, collaboratively, and ethically to improve educational outcomes for all.
 
Undergraduate majors include: B.S. in Early Childhood Education, B.S in Elementary Education, B.S. in English Education, B.S. in Exceptional Student Education, B.S in Exercise Science, B.A. in Foreign Language Education/ESOL, B.S. in Mathematics Education, B.S. in Middle Grades Mathematics Education, B.S. in Middle Grades Science Education, B.S. in Physical Education Teacher Preparation, B.S. in Science Education, B.S. in Social Science Education
 
Graduate majors include: M.A. in Autism Spectrum Disorder & Severe Intellectual Disabilities; M.A., Ed. S., Ed. D. in Adult Education; M.A. in Career and Technical Education; M. Ed. In College Student Affairs; M.A. and Ed. S. in Counselor Education; M. Ed. and M.A. in Early Childhood Education; M.Ed. and Ed.S. in Educational Leadership; M.Ed. and Ed.S. in Educational Measurement and Research; M.Ed. in Education Studies (C&I); M.A. and M.A.T. in Elementary Education;   M.Ed. and M.A.T.in English Education; M.A.T. and M.A.in Exceptional Student Education; M.A. in Exercise Science; M.Ed., M.A., M.A.T. in Foreign Language Education/ ESOL; M.A. in Gifted Education; M.A. and Ed.D. in Higher Education/ Community College Teaching; M.Ed. and Ed.S. in Instructional Technology; Ed.S. in Interdisciplinary Education; M.Ed., M.A., M.A.T. in Mathematics Education; M.A. in Physical Education Teacher Preparation; M.A. and Ed.S. in Reading/ Language Arts; Ed.S. in School Psychology, M.Ed., M.A., M.A.T., in Science Education; M.Ed. in Secondary Education; M.Ed. and M.A.T. in Social Science Education; Ed. S. in Vocational Education

Link: http://www.coedu.usf.edu/main/index.html 
 

College of Engineering
 

The mission of the College of Engineering is to improve the quality of life in our community by providing a high quality education for our students and practicing professionals, creating new knowledge and solving real world problems via innovative research, and engaging in effective community service and outreach. The College of Engineering aspires to be a peer among engineering programs at research-focused public universities by being a leader in innovative research in the areas of sustainability, renewable energy and biomedical engineering. 
 
Undergraduate majors include: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, B.S. in Civil Engineering, B.S. in Computer Science, B.S. in Computer Engineering, B.S. in Information Technology, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, B.S. on Industrial Engineering, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
 
Graduate majors include: M.S in Chemical Engineering, M.S. in Biomedical Engineering, M.S. in Civil Engineering, M.S. in Environmental Engineering, M.S. in Computer Science, M.S. in Computer Engineering, M.S. in Information Technology, M.S. in Electrical Engineering,  M.S. in Industrial Engineering, M.S. in Engineering Management, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering

Link: http://www2.eng.usf.edu/index.asp
 

The Patel College of Global Sustainability
 

The Patel College of Global Sustainability fosters sustainable urban communities and environments through collaborative research, education and community involvement. Its research generates innovations and new knowledge that will help cities around the world, including those in developing countries, reduce their ecological footprint while improving their form and function to make them healthier, more livable and resilient. The Patel College of Global Sustainability comprises the Patel Center for Global Solutions, the M.A. College in Global Sustainability and the Office of Sustainability. It is an inclusive and holistic school based on interdisciplinary research, design, and education.

Undergraduate majors include: N/A

Graduate majors include: M.A. in Global Sustainability with a concentration in Water, Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Tourism, Sustainable Energy

Link: http://psgs.usf.edu/index/
 

College of Marine Science
 

The College of Marine Science, a leader in ocean education and research. Our interests span the core disciplines of biology, chemical, geological, and physical oceanography focused on interdisciplinary research and education at the graduate level. Our faculty is highly interdisciplinary and we address a wide variety of problems that are aimed at understanding the ocean's impact on humans, and vice versa, and at providing solutions to make these impacts as positive as possible.

Undergraduate majors include: N/A

Graduate majors include: M.S. in Biological Oceanography, M.S. in Chemical Oceanography, M.S. in Geological Oceanography, M.S. in Physical Oceanography, M.S. in Marine Resource Assessment

Link: http://www.marine.usf.edu/
 

Morsani College of Medicine
 

The USF College of Medicine was named the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine in 2011, signifying its leading role in changing how medical schools teach physicians of the future. To meet the growing demand for a workforce skilled in science and technology, the college proves a wide range of master’s degrees and graduate certificates in emerging fields, such as biotechnology, bioinformatics, and metabolic and nutritional medicine. Fully accredited by the Liaison Committee for Medical Education, the college awards doctorates in Medicine (MD), and through its School of Biomedical Sciences, PhD and MS degrees in Medical Sciences.

Undergraduate majors include: N/A

Graduate majors include: M.D. CORE program, M.D. SELECT program, M.S. in Medical Sciences Pre-Professional track, M.S. in Medical Sciences with a concentration research track, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, Bioethics & Medical Humanities, Professional Science Masters in Biotechnology, Professional Science Masters in Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship, M.S. in Health Informatics

Link: http://health.usf.edu/medicine/index.htm
 

College of Nursing
 

The vision of the College of Nursing is to be nationally recognized for cutting-edge educational programs and innovative research in partnership with communities and interprofessional colleagues. The College of Nursing hopes to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through creative educational, research, and clinical practice initiatives, provide state, national and global leadership in nursing and interprofessional initiatives that improve health, ensure academic and professional student success with rigorous educational programs and services addressing the needs of today’s diverse learners, establish and sustain research programs, including Centers of Excellence, addressing critical health needs of society, and embrace a culture of integrity and engagement that sustains an environment making USF College of Nursing the best place to learn and work.

Undergraduate majors include: B.S. in Nursing,

Graduate majors include:  M.S. in Nursing with a concentration in Adult Gerontology ACNP, Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nurse Leader, Family Health, Nurse Anesthetists, Nursing Education, Occupational Health, and Pediatric Health

Link: http://health.usf.edu/nursing/index.htm
 

College of Pharmacy
 

The College of Pharmacy's Mission is to revolutionize health by innovation of patient centered healthcare through education, research, and service and empowerment of students, professionals, and patients as catalysts for change at all levels of health. By 2018, USF College of Pharmacy will achieve interprofessional excellence in Geriatrics, Personalized Medicine, Informatics, and Leadership. 

Undergraduate majors include: N/A

Graduate majors include: Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Update and Practice Management, Masters in Pharmacy, M.S. in Biomedical Engineering, PharmD.

Link: http://health.usf.edu/pharmacy/index.htm
 

College of Public Health
 

With selfless dedication, the College of Public Health promise to use their transformational research and interdisciplinary approach to passionately solve problems and create conditions that allow every person the universal right to health and well-being. College of Public Health students embrace opportunities to see public health in practice in a variety of global settings. Through study abroad courses, international field experiences, and other opportunities, students annually travel to more than 20 countries, including Panama, Belize, Uganda, Malaysia and Ecuador among others.

Undergraduate majors include: B.S. in Public Health

Graduate majors include: Master in Public Health (M.P.H.), M.S. in Public Health, Master of Health Administration (M.H.A.)

Link: http://health.usf.edu/publichealth/index.htm
 

College of the Arts
 

The College of The Arts is continually developing as a distinguished metropolitan-based center for learning and research in the arts, preparing tomorrow's artists, scholars, and arts leaders as they explore new forms of artistic expression and examine contemporary perspectives within the arts. Faculty and students critically investigate and sustain the ideas, traditions, and practices in which the present is grounded through a full range of educational experiences; students are prepared to create, perform, present, teach, and understand through the arts.

Undergraduate majors include: Undergraduate study in pre-architecture, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art, Bachelor of Art in Studio Art, Bachelor of Art in Art History, Bachelor of Science in Music Education, Bachelor's in Music Performance, Bachelor's in Music Composition, Bachelor's in Music Jazz Studies, Bachelor's in Music Electronic Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music Studies, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance, Bachelor of Arts in Dance Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Design,  Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts

Graduate majors include: Master of Architecture, Master of Urban and Community Design, Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, Master of Art in Art History, Master of Arts in Music Education, Master's in Music Performance, Master's in Music Conducting, Master's in Music Composition, Master's in Music Jazz Studies, Master's in Music Electro-Acoustic Music, Master's in Music Chamber Music, Master's in Music Pedagogy

Link: http://www.arts.usf.edu/
 

University of Tampa

The University of Tampa is a comprehensive, independent university that delivers challenging and high quality educational experiences to a diverse group of learners. Four colleges offer more than 150 areas of study through a core curriculum rooted in a liberal arts tradition. See below to learn more about each of the colleges that make up the University of Tampa.
 

College of Arts and Letters


College of Arts and Letters (CAL) seeks to cultivate in students the inner resources necessary for the truly creative life: physical and emotional discipline, moral imagination, aesthetic receptivity, practiced memory, broad sympathy and intellectual courage. An education in the arts and letters is an engagement with the rigors and powers of devising forms and grasping the shapes of meaning. A deepening of this engagement is an undertaking to which CAL faculty are passionately dedicated. Students are immersed in their chosen fields of study not merely as learners, but as actual practitioners of their respective disciplines. 

Departments: Art, Communication, English and Writing, Languages and Linguistics, Music, Philosophy and Religion, and Speech, Theater and Dance

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design , Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Bachelor of Arts in Art, with Art Therapy Concentration, Bachelor of Arts in New Media Production, Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Arts, Bachelor of Art in New Media Production, Bachelor of Arts in Advertising and Public Relations, Bachelor of Arts in English, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, Bachelor of Music in Performance, Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Bachelor of Arts in Music, Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts, Bachelor of Arts in New Media Production, Philosophy major with optional research track, Bachelor of Arts in Applied Dance, Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Link: http://www.ut.edu/artsandletters/
 

Sykes College of Business
 

The Sykes College of Business combines a strong liberal arts foundation with a broad-based business core. Through practical experiences and an advanced business curriculum, students receive a comprehensive education. Students can interact with the business community through internships, consulting projects, international programs and the Centers and Institutes. UT's relationship with more than 700 Tampa Bay area leaders provides opportunities for professional networking. 

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Science in Business Economics, Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Bachelor of Science in Finance, Accounting, Cybersecurity, Entrepreneurship, Financial Enterprise Systems, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing

Graduate majors include: Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Marketing, and Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management

Link: http://www.ut.edu/business/
 

College of Natural and Health Sciences


The College of Natural and Health Sciences offers rigorous, high quality curricula designed to prepare students for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Our faculty are excellent teachers, both in the classroom and working with students on an individual basis. UT has invested heavily in the development of our college’s teaching and research facilities and laboratories. The faculty, not graduate students, teach all laboratory-based courses in all of our departments. 

Departments: Biology, Chemistry, biochemistry and physics, health sciences and human performance, nursing, sport management

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Science in Biology, Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Bachelor of Science in Marine Science-Biology, Bachelor of Science in Marine Science-Chemistry, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (ACS-certified), Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Biochemistry), MBA Joint Degree, Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science, Bachelor of Science in Physics, Bachelor of Science degree in allied health, Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Bachelor of Science in Human Performance, Bachelor of Science in Public Health,
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (K-12), Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Sport Management

Graduate majors include: Master of Science in Exercise and Nutrition Science, Master of Science in Nursing

Link: http://www.ut.edu/naturalandhealthsciences/
 

College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education


Students seeking to make a difference in the world can find no better place to start than UT's College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education (CSSME). Whether criminal investigation or teacher certification, world affairs or global technology, the college offers programs in some of today's most in-demand career paths. 

Departments: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Education (Elementary and Secondary), Government, history and sociology, Mathematics, Psychology

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with ESOL Endorsement (K-6), Bachelor of Science in Secondary English Education with ESOL Endorsement (6-12), Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education (6-12), Bachelor of Science in Secondary Biology Education (6-12), Bachelor of Science in Secondary Social Science Education (6-12), Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (K-12), Bachelor of Arts in Government and World Affairs, Bachelor of Arts in History, Bachelor of Arts in International and Cultural Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Bachelor of Science in Secondary Social Science Education, Mathematics, Mathematical Programming, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 

Graduate majors include: Master of Education, Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology

Link: http://www.ut.edu/socialsciencesmathematicsandeducation/
 

Saint Leo University

Founded in 1889, Saint Leo University is a leading Catholic teaching institution that enrolls nearly 16,000 students across our traditional Florida campus, more than 40 education center locations, and online degree programs. Read below to learn more about the programs offered by Saint Leo University.

School of Arts & Sciences

Saint Leo's School of Arts & Sciences offers students a broad education that lays a durable foundation for critical and independent thinking. The essential spirit of the liberal arts—namely, the liberation of the mind, and acquisition of habits and values that lead to truth—animates the School's curricula and programs. The School of Arts & Sciences provides coherence and unity to the entire University curriculum, and ensures depth and diversity in its own areas of study. With professors in fields from biology to sociology, the School supports 34 programs, and provides educational experiences to more than 3,000 students at Education Centers in seven states, and worldwide through Saint Leo's online degree programs.

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Science in Biology with specializations in Biomedical and Health Sciences, Chemistry, Ecology, Education and General Biology, Bachelor of Arts in English with specializations in Dramaturgy, Education, Literary Study and Professional Writing, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with specialization in Chemistry, Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies, Bachelor of Arts in History with specialization in Education, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with specialization in Education, Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology with specialization in Chemistry, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Bachelor of Arts in Religion, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, 

Graduate majors include: Master of Arts in Theology

Link: http://saintleo.edu/academics/schools/school-of-arts-sciences.aspx
 

School of Education and Social Services
 

The School of Education & Social Services couples a transformative liberal arts tradition with highly specialized training in the education and social service fields. One of the oldest Catholic universities in Florida, Saint Leo grounds each of its programs in the Benedictine values of intellectual curiosity and community-minded integrity. Nowhere is this commitment more embraced than at the School of Education & Social Services, where we work with the Center for Values, Service & Leadership to develop our students' appreciation for human dignity, and the complexity and diversity of society. Through close faculty mentorships, field internships and applied learning experiences, we prepare students for careers in education, social work, criminal justice and human services.

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of the Arts in Criminal Justice with specializations in Criminalistics and Homeland Security, Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, Bachelor of Arts in Human Services, Bachelor of Arts in Middle Grades Education with specialization in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education with specializations in Biology, English, Mathematics and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Social Work

Graduate majors include: Master of Science in Criminal Justice with specializations in Corrections, Critical Incident Management, Forensic Science and Legal Studies, Master of Science in Critical Incident Management, Master of Education with specializations in Educational Leadership, Exceptional Student Education, Instructional Leadership and Reading, Master of Science in Instructional Design, Master of Social Work with specializations in Advanced Clinical Practice or Advanced Standing Program.

Link: http://saintleo.edu/academics/schools/school-of-education-social-services.aspx
 

School of Business


At the Donald R. Tapia School of Business, our mission is simple and straightforward: To provide a values-centered education that develops tomorrow’s business leaders. A business school of international consequence, our students create a personal legacy of character and integrity, developing into responsible global citizens ready to contribute to society wherever they go—whether building sustainable tourism practices in Quito, Ecuador; winning a fully-paid fellowship at Big Four accounting firm Ernst & Young; or enrolling in Harvard Law School. 

Undergraduate majors include: Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with specializations in Accounting, Logistics, Management, Marketing, Project Management and Technology Management, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Management, Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with specialization in Information Assurance, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 3+1, Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Bachelor of Science in Economics, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management, Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources Management, Bachelor of Arts in International Tourism & Hospitality Management with specializations in Hospitality Management and International Tourism, Bachelor of Arts in Management, Bachelor of Arts in Management 3+1, Bachelor of Arts in Marketing, Bachelor of Arts in Marketing 3+1, Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Management, Bachelor of Arts in Sport Business

Graduate majors include: Master of Arts in Accounting, Master of Business Administration with specializations in Accounting, Health Care Management, Human Resource Management, Information Security Management, Marketing, Marketing Research and Social Media Analytics, One-Year International & Experiential MBA, Project Management and Sport Business, Master of Science in Cybersecurity, Doctor of Business Administration

Link: http://saintleo.edu/academics/schools/school-of-business.aspx
 

Hillsborough Community College


Hillsborough Community College delivers teaching and learning opportunities that empower students to achieve their educational goals and become contributing members of the local community and a global society.
 
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Link: http://www.hccfl.edu/academics.aspx
 

Stetson University School of Law

 
As Florida’s first law school, Stetson has educated outstanding lawyers, judges and community leaders for more than a century. Stetson is a top-100 law school, ranked #1 in trial advocacy and #6 in legal writing by U.S. News & World Report, and is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and Association of American Law Schools.

Degrees offered: Juris Doctor (J.D.), Master of Law in Advocacy (LL.M.), Master in Elder Law (LL.M.), Master in International Law (LL.M.)

Link: http://www.stetson.edu/law/