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An undergraduate education should be designed to help you acquire the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary for a rewarding career. At Florida State University - Panama, undergraduate study commences with a liberal studies curriculum, which comprises mathematics, English, history, the social and natural sciences, the humanities, and the fine arts. This liberal studies coursework followed by focused study in a particular field provides individuals with problem-solving and communication skills, an awareness and understanding of our diverse world, and a foundation for graduate studies and professional degree programs.
Florida State University - Panama, affiliated with Panama's City of Knowledge, awards Associate's degrees and Bachelor's degrees in the areas of Computer Science Environmental Studies, Information Studies, International Affairs, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and Social Sciences. The FSU-Panama campus, beautifully located on the Pacific shore of the Panama Canal, offers all the facilities and services one would expect from a modern institution of higher learning. The University welcomes a diverse, international student body. The faculty, recruited for their commitment to excellence in higher education, mirrors this international dimension of our campus.
Individuals may enter one of FSU-Panama's academic programs in January, May, or August of each year. Both liberal studies requirements and specialized courses provide a balanced curriculum for all students, be they from Panama, the United States, or elsewhere. Internships and research opportunities, moreover, are available.