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Currently the following associate and bachelor programs are being offered on site in Salzburg:

Associate (A.A.) Degree

The Associate in Arts (A.A.) program at Salzburg College is a 16-month (minimum) course of study that covers the core materials needed to complete the first two years of a four-year bachelor's degree. The A.A. program for each area parallels the Florida State University System's curriculum. Students also earn course credit through Seminole State College of Florida and may transfer this credit to any other college or university of their choice. 

The following subject areas are currently available at Salzburg College: 

  • General Studies
  • Business
  • Communication
  • International Studies
  • Arts
  • Music

Enrollment for the BS program is possible at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. 

Program Management & Admission Information:

Phoebe Mayer, mayer@salzburgcollege.edu

Bachelor (B.S.) in Business and Information Management

    The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business and Information Management (BIM) emphasizes the skills necessary to sustain and grow business in an international setting through marketing, general business and management practices and the application of law and ethics. The curriculum also focuses on leadership, cultural competence, soft skills, and the analysis and implementation of information systems, data management, data communications and emerging topics such as electronic commerce and knowledge management..

    The program will be offered in compact, structured form ensuring that fultime students graduate in no more than 20 months. The program focuses on academic as well as on professional and global learning.

    Upon graduation students will have grown academically as well as personally, gained work experience in Europe and abroad, acquired a B2 level certificate in a foreign language (German or Spanish) and become highly interculturally competent.

    Enrollment for the BS program is possible at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. The student number is limited and the program highly selective.

    Program Management & Admission Information:

    Phoebe Mayer, mayer@salzburgcollege.edu


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