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Course Schedules

The role of Florence-Darlington Technical College is to offer one and two-year programs to a community of diverse needs. An associate degree, a diploma, or a certificate denoting satisfactory completion of work is awarded, depending upon the course of study chosen.

  1. Division of Health Sciences - The Health Sciences Division offers comprehensive training in allied health and nursing programs which lead to certification and/or professional licensure.

  2. Division of Math and Technical Education - The Math and Technical Education Division provides curricula through which students master the technical, business, computer skills required by area employers. Certificate, diploma, and degree programs are developed and offered in response to the employment needs of the College’s service area and of the State of South Carolina.

  3. Division of Arts and Sciences - The Arts and Sciences Division offers general education courses to support college-wide degree, diploma, certificate, and college transfer programs. Programs are also offered in Public and Human Services areas. Developmental courses are also offered through this division.

  4. Desire2Learn Logo S.C. Virtual College of FDTC (Online College) - The S.C. Virtual College of FDTC provides students an opportunity to take courses without the typical time constraints associated with on-campus courses. The course learning outcomes are the same as any other course in a traditional instructional format. Students enrolling in an online course must have access to a computer and internet service.

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