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Title: Florida Community Colleges


1
Florida Community Colleges Workforce Education
in Biotechnology
  • The Scripps Research Institute
  • La Jolla, California
  • January 13, 2004
  • J. David Armstrong, Jr.
  • Chancellor

2
Presentation Points
  • Floridas Community College and Workforce
    Education System
  • Workforce Education in Biotechnology
  • Curriculum Development Process
  • Community College Biotechnology Programs

3
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
Escambia
Holmes
Okaloosa
Walton
Jackson
Santa Rosa
4
Nassau
Washington
Gadsden
17
Leon
Jefferson
Madison
Hamilton
16
20
27
Calhoun
Baker
Duval
Liberty
7
Bay
9
Suwannee
Columbia
Taylor
Wakulla
12
Gulf
Clay
St. Johns
Lafayette
Union
Franklin
Bradford
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
24
Gilchrist
22
Flagler
Levy
Marion
3
Volusia
5
Citrus
25
Sumter
Lake
13
Seminole
Brevard
1.
Brevard Community College, Cocoa
Hernando
Orange
1
2.
Broward Community College, Fort Lauderdale
28
3.

Central Florida Community College,
Ocala
Pasco
19
4.
Chipola College, Marianna
Osceola
Polk
5.
Daytona Beach Community College, Daytona Beach
Hillsborough
6.
Edison Community College, Fort Myers
21
23
7.

Florida Community College at Jacksonville,
Jacksonville
10
8.

Florida Keys Community College, Key West
Pinellas
9.
Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City
Indian River
10.
Hillsborough Community College, Tampa
11.
Indian River Community College, Fort Pierce
Highlands
Hardee
Manatee
Okeechobee
14
12.
Lake City Community College, Lake City
St. Lucie
11
26
13.
Lake-
Sumter Community College, Leesburg
DeSoto
14.
Manatee Community College, Bradenton
15.
Miami-
Dade College, Miami
Martin
Glades
Sarasota
16.
North Florida Community College, Madison
17.
Okaloosa-Walton Community College,
Niceville
Charlotte
Palm Beach
18.
Palm Beach Community College, Lake Worth
18
19.
Pasco-
Hernando Community College, New Port
Richey
Lee
Hendry
20.
Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola
21.
Polk Community College, Winter Haven
6
22.
St. Johns River Community College,
Palatka
23.
St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg
Collier
Broward
24.
Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville
2
25.
Seminole Community College, Sanford
26.
South Florida Community College, Avon Park
27.
Tallahassee Community College, Tallahassee
Dade
28.
Valencia Community College, Orlando
15
Monroe
8
4

5
Fast Facts
  • Floridas 28 community colleges serve over
    800,000 students on 53 campuses and 154 sites.
  • Programs provide lower-level undergraduate
    instruction, AA and AS degrees, prepare students
    for workforce positions, provide adult general
    education, provide student development services,
    and provide continuing workforce education.
  • The majority of students are non-traditional
    with 52 age 26 and older.
  • 80 of the minority students served by public
    colleges and universities begin their
    postsecondary education at a community college.

6
Articulation
  • Florida has one of the best 22 systems of
    articulation in the country. Students with an
    Associate of Arts degree are guaranteed admission
    into a State University.
  • 71 of Floridas community college students
    transfer into the SUS after earning an
    associates degree.
  • 57 of the State University Systems upper
    division students came through Floridas
    community colleges.

7
Fast Facts
  • Floridas School District Workforce Students Are
  • 52 Female
  • 37 Hispanic
  • 25 Black
  • 35 White
  • 36 English Speakers of Other Languages

8
Successes
  • Top the 2003 list of the Top 100 Associates
    Degree Producers, 13 in top 100, 4 in top 10
  • Miami-Dade College is top producer of associate
    degrees in the nation
  • Lead the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)
    states in graduation rate
  • Produce 67 of all Registered Nurses in Florida
  • More than 70 of A.A. Degree graduates
    successfully transfer into Florida public
    universities

9
Associate Degree Programs
  • Biotechnology Laboratory Technology
  • Santa Fe Community College and Florida Community
    College at Jacksonville
  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Broward Community College, Florida Community
    College at Jacksonville, Hillsborough Community
    College, Miami Dade College, Santa Fe Community
    College

10
Postsecondary Certificate Programs
  • Biomedical Equipment Technology
  • Computer Electronics
  • Electronic Technology
  • Wireless Telecommunications

11
K-12 Technology Education Programs(Middle and
High School)
  • Technologically Literate Students
  • 241,779 Enrolled
  • 1,807 Programs

12
Curriculum Development
  • Developing A Curriculum (DACUM) Process
  • Industry Review
  • Industry Certification (if applicable)
  • Statewide Standardized Curriculum Frameworks
  • Standard Program Lengths

13
Biotechnology Laboratory A.S. Degree Components
  • Core principles of biology microbiology
  • Basic general chemistry physiological chemistry
    concepts
  • Algebraic statistical analysis
  • Understanding of human anatomy physiology or
    botany plant physiology
  • Biohazard and safety procedures
  • Standard laboratory techniques
  • Cell culturing techniques and separation methods
  • DNA recombinant procedures protein
    biotechnology
  • Biotechnology instrumentation quality control

14
Biotechnology Laboratory A.S. Degree Curriculum
Outcomes
  • Communication Skills
  • Safety
  • Basic Lab Skills
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Decision Making Problem Solving Skills
  • Specific Lab Skills
  • Quality Assurance/Control
  • Facility Equipment
  • Care/Use of Test Animals/Plants

15
Biomedical Engineering Technology A.S. Degree
Components
  • Biomedical Transducers/Sensors/ Equipment
  • Electronics/Computer Principles
  • Human Anatomy Medical Terminology
  • Lasers/Optical Sensors
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical/Pneumatics/Fluidics Principles

16
Biomedical Engineering Technology A. S. Degree
Curriculum Outcomes
  • Basic Electronics/ Pneumatics/Fluidics
  • Basic Mechanical Devices
  • Basic Mathematics/Statistics
  • Basic Experimentation Software
  • Basic Analysis Software
  • Basic Biomedical Concepts
  • Basic Sensors/Transducers
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Verbal/Written Communication
  • Basic Measurement Tools
  • Biomed Equipment Basics
  • Biomed Equipment Testing
  • Biomed Equipment Calibration
  • Data Collection Basic Data Analysis

17
Biomedical Equipment Technology Certificate
Framework Outcomes
  • Electronics Assembler
  • Electronics Tester
  • Electronics Equipment Repairer
  • Electronics Technician
  • Electromedical Biomedical Repairer

18
College Information on Biotechnology Laboratory
Programs
  • Santa Fe Community College (Gainesville)
  • Florida Community College at Jacksonville
  • Miami Dade College

19
Santa Fe Community College
  • Biotechnology
  • At Santa Fe Community College, the Biotechnology
    Technician Program provides opportunities through
    enhanced science and technical education, while
    meeting the needs of emerging local and regional
    biotechnology industries for entry-level
    biotechnicians. The program is a partnership
    between Santa Fe Community College, the
    University of Florida Biotechnology Program, and
    biotechnology industry partners.

20
Florida Community College at Jacksonville
  • Biotechnology Laboratory Technology
  • This program is new in 2003-2004 and is modeled
    after the program developed by Santa Fe Community
    College.
  • Bioinformatics
  • An Advanced Technical Certificate that prepares
    students with a database or programming degree to
    design and maintain systems in support of
    biotechnology research and product development.

21
Miami-Dade College
  • Bridges to the Future
  • NIH/Howard Hughes Medical Institute Initiative
  • Transfer course in Biotechnology (BSC 2420C)
  • Encourage students from underrepresented
    minorities women to enter research careers in
    biomedical sciences
  • Complete the A.A. Degree and transfer to
    University of Miami

22
College Information on Biotechnology Engineering
Programs
  • Broward Community College Ft. Lauderdale
  • Florida Community College at Jacksonville
  • Hillsborough Community College Tampa
  • Miami-Dade College
  • Santa Fe Community College - Gainesville

23
Broward Community College
  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • The Biomedical Engineering Technology program is
    designed to prepare students to install,
    calibrate, maintain, and repair biomedical
    equipment and instruments used in hospitals,
    physicians offices, medical laboratories, and
    emergency vehicles. Technicians are also
    directly involved in training physicians, nurses,
    and laboratory workers on how to use the
    equipment.

24
Florida Community College at Jacksonville
  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Both the college credit and PSAV programs in
    this area are offered which prepare students to
    maintain and repair complex medical equipment.
    Graduates are prepared to take a national
    certification exam. They also complete 3 years
    on the job and obtain the recommendation of an
    M.D. in order to be fully certified. An
    internship is required in both programs.

25
Hillsborough Community College
  • Biomedical Equipment Engineering Program
  • This program has been active at Hillsborough
    Community College since 1997. It prepares
    students for employment as an electro-medical and
    biomedical repair technician, a biomedical
    equipment engineering technician or other
    occupations in the electronics field. The
    college offers an Associate in Applied Science
    Degree in this program, and as of the 1998/99
    year, had a 100 placement rate of graduates in
    this program.

26
Miami-Dade College
  • School of Technology Engineering
  • Miami-Dade Colleges School of Technology and
    Engineering has a Biomedical Engineering A.S.
    Degree. The program prepares students for
    employment as Biomedical Engineering Technicians
    and supplemental training for persons currently
    or previously employed in these occupations. The
    primary objective is to prepare graduates to
    maintain, repair, troubleshoot, assemble, and
    calibrate sophisticated biomedical equipment
    normally associated with surgical operating rooms.

27
St. Petersburg College/Gibbs Campus
  • Engineering Technology Quality Compliance
    Technology
  • The Quality Compliance Technology program
    provides the knowledge and skills required for
    the advanced quality related positions in the
    medical, aerospace, electronics, plastics and
    other industries. Coverage includes the study of
    quality assurance, metrology, quality auditing,
    dimensioning and tolerancing, inspection and
    measurement, non-destructive testing methods and
    clean room technology. Additional topics are
    offered in the areas of Lean Manufacturing and
    Six Sigma.

28
Tallahassee Community College
  • Biotechnology Laboratory Technology
  • A 11 cooperative program is being developed
    with Santa Fe Community College which will allow
    students to complete the general education and
    support courses at Tallahassee Community College
    and transfer to Santa Fe Community College for
    the technical courses in support of this degree.

29
Programs in Development
  • Joint Biotechnology Curriculum Development by
  • Broward Community College
  • Indian River Community College
  • Brevard Community College
  • Palm Beach Community College

30
Programs in Development
  • Curriculum for Bio-Facility Technician
  • Biotechnology I, II, III
  • Biotechnology Microbiology
  • Health Safety in Biotechnology
  • Introduction to Cell Biology
  • Introduction to Genetics

31
Programs in Development
  • Consortium of Community Colleges, Universities,
    and Industry
  • Florida Community College at Jacksonville - Lead
    Institution
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • Hillsborough Community College
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • University of Florida
  • University of South Florida
  • Web-based Curriculum Development for
    Biotechnology (designed for statewide
    implementation)
  • 1.2 Million Grant
  • Funded by Workforce Florida, Inc.
  • See Florida Trend article (January 2004 )
    handout

32
Contact InformationDepartment of Education
  • Jim Horne, Florida Commissioner of Education
  • 850-245-0505
  • jim.horne_at_fldoe.org
  • J. David Armstrong, Jr., Chancellor
  • Community Colleges and Workforce Education
  • 850-245-9449
  • david.armstrong_at_fldoe.org

33
Contact InformationCollege Presidents
  • Dr. Larry Calderon, Incoming President
  • Broward Community College
  • 954-201-7401
  • lcaldero_at_broward.edu
  • Dr. Will Holcombe, Outgoing President
  • Broward Community College
  • 954-201-7401
  • wholcomb_at_broward.edu
  • Dr. Carl Kuttler, President
  • St. Petersburg College
  • 727-341-3241
  • kuttlerc_at_spjc.edu
  • Dr. Bill Law, President
  • Tallahassee Community College
  • 850-201-6086
  • lawb_at_tcc.fl.edu
  • Dr. Jackson Sasser, President
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • 352-395-5164
  • j.sasser_at_santafe.cc.fl.us
  • Dr. Steve Wallace, President
  • Florida Community College
  • at Jacksonville
  • 904-632-3224
  • steven.wallace_at_fccj.edu

34
Contact InformationProgram Staff
  • Broward Community College
  • John M. Rogers, Department Chair
  • Engineering Technology/Computer Science
  • jrogers_at_broward.edu
  • 954-201-2292
  •  
  • Florida Community College at Jacksonville
  • Dr. Deborah Morris
  • Director of Program Development
  • DAMorris_at_fccj.edu
  • 904-633-5909
  •  
  • Hillsborough Community College
  • Elizabeth Johnson, Dean
  • Associate in Science Degree Programs
  • bjohnson_at_hccfl.edu
  •  
  • Indian River Community College
  • Dr. William A. Tyler, Chair
  • Biology Department
  • wtyler_at_ircc.edu
  • 772-462-4885
  •  
  • Miami-Dade College
  • Dr. Jonathan Sussman, Director
  • School of Engineering Technology
  • Jonathan.sussman_at_mdc.edu
  • 305-237-3735
  •  
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • Fran Holm, Associate Vice President
  • Applied Science Workforce Development
  • fran.holm_at_sfcc.edu
  • 352-395-5366
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