Based on the latest storm information, Daytona State College campuses will remain closed through Friday, Sept. 30. We plan to reopen Monday, Oct. 3 for all classes and activities, and all campus services and offices will open at 8 am. We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate updates.

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Take the next step on your path to success.

Daytona State offers 12 bachelor's degrees in accounting, business, education, nursing, engineering technology and information technology. We follow the 2+2 model, meaning you first earn your two-year associate degree, followed by two years of bachelor's degree studies.

Most bachelor's degree programs can be completed entirely or partially online. And Daytona State students pursuing bachelor's degrees save thousands in tuition costs compared to students at four-year institutions.

When do classes start?

Summer 2022
Registration Begins: March 31
Classes Begin: May 17 & June 30

Fall 2022
Registration Begins: March 31
Classes Begin: August 29 & October 24

Admission Requirements

  • Conferred AA or AS degree from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Each bachelor's degree has unique additional admission requirements. Visit their program pages for more details.
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Current Student Steps to Enrollment

Current DSC students need to submit a new application for the bachelor's degree program they want to pursue. 

You will not be required to submit new residency documents or transcripts.

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New or Returning Student Steps to Enrollment

New and returning students that want to earn a bachelor's degree at Daytona State College should follow the same steps as Transfer Student.

BY THE NUMBERS

$1M

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, people with bachelor's degrees earn as much as $1 million more over the course of their lives than those with only a high school diploma.

13

Bachelor's degree programs available at DSC.

42%

U.S. population 25 and older have an advanced degree.