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What are some facts about Seminole Community College?

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Seminole Community College is a college with four campuses in the area of Orlando, Florida, and it provides both bachelor and associate degrees to students in the region. The school has accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Individual programs have accreditation from other agencies.

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As of 2015, the four divisions of the Seminole Community College are the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Career and Professional Programs, School of Engineering, Design and Construction and School of Academic Foundations. Degree types are Bachelor, Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Technical Certificate and Vocational Certificate. Specific degrees include an A.A. in International and Global Studies, A.S. in Multimedia Technology Television and Digital Cinema Production, B.S. in Business and Information Management, C.C. in Digital and Interactive Media Design and a C.C. Instructional Design Certificate.

The college also provides training for adults about to take the GED test, and there are also adult high school and adult basic education components. Those who do not speak English as their primary language can take English classes at three of the school's campuses. The college has a library with online services, and the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus is home to the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium.

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