Degree Programs

Online. Anytime. Finish your degree.

Up To 100% Funding Through T.E.A.C.H. & Complete Florida Partnership

T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Scholarship Program and Complete Florida have partnered to help eligible adults return to college and finish a degree.  Through this new partnership, adult students finishing their degree in Early Childhood Education are eligible to receive up to 100 percent funding assistance.  Eligible participants include currently employed child care teachers and administrators.  

For more information, email coach@completeflorida.org or call 855-923-2242.

Associates. Bachelors. Certificates.

We’re networked with 90+ degree and certificate programs at partner institutions throughout the state. All online.

Cybersecurity. Special Education. Workforce Management. Criminal Justice. Nursing. Earn a real degree at a real Florida college or university – from the University of West Florida and Indian River State College to Florida International University. You won’t be short on options.

Not sure which program is right for you? No problem.

Your Complete Florida Coach is there to help you make sense of it all. They’ll listen to your interests, experience, and career goals and help you decide which program is best for you. They’ll even help you determine if you can earn credit for your work experience. From choosing a program to getting your diploma. Your coach will be there to support you the whole way.

Why Complete Your Degree?

$5.6 billion

In a lifetime, Floridians with no college degree lose more than $5 billion in income.

Nation's 5th
for high tech jobs.

Florida’s high-tech jobs demand a higher degree of education. Complete your degree.

50% more.

People with degrees earn about 50 percent more than high school graduates over their lifetimes.

One of the world’s biggest economies.

Florida is one of the world’s biggest economies. Your degree opens doors.

$400 per week.

A person with a degree earns about $400 more per week than a high school graduate.

Happier. Wealthier. Wiser.

Studies show that employees with college degrees have higher job satisfaction than those without.