What Are Some Classes Offered by the Kendall Campus of Miami Dade Community College?

The Kendall Campus of Miami Dade Community College offers classes on diverse topics such as Introduction to Sociology, Architectural Drafting 1 and GED Preparation as of 2015. The Kendall Campus offers classes for students in pursuit of bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, vocational certificates or continuing education credits in a host of disciplines.

The Kendall Campus offers classes through its Schools of Architecture and Interior Design, Business, Education, Justice, and Engineering and Technology. The campus also offers courses through its School of Entertainment and Design Technology and School of Science.

Academic departments offering classes at the Kendall Campus include Art and Philosophy; Biology, Health and Wellness; Chemistry, Physics and Earth Sciences; English and Communications; World Languages; Mathematics; Music, Theatre and Dance; and Social Sciences.

The Kendall School of Professional and Continuing Education offers non-credit classes in fields such as child care training, real estate, insurance, green technology and music.

In addition to offering courses for students enrolled in degree and professional programs, the Kendall campus offers reading and English courses designed for college preparatory students.

Courses at Miami Dade Community College are offered every fall, spring and summer. Registration typically begins about three months before the start of the term. For example, registration for the Spring 2016 semester began in October 2015.