Valencia College - Bachelor's Degree
Valencia College was established in 1967 as the Valencia Junior College. Two years later, it was renamed to Valencia Community College. Throughout the years, the institution has opened campuses in a few different locations in order to extend their reach to students. In 2011, it started offering bachelor's degrees under its new and current name, Valencia College.
Today, Valencia College enrolls over 16,000 students in its six campuses across Florida. It offers three bachelor's degree programs in areas of cardiopulmonary sciences, radiologic and imaging sciences, and electrical and computer engineering technology. Valencia College's first campus, the West Campus, is located on a 180-acre land in West Orange County is home to 11 academic divisions and outstanding facilities to nurture every student's academic and recreational needs.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 61
- Minimum incoming IELTS 7.00
- Minimum SAT 1170
- Minimum ACT 26