Beacon College Programs

Associate and Bachelor’s Degree Program

Commencement 2019

Our seven academic majors in the bachelor’s degree program are intended to prepare our students to find worthy work in today’s global marketplace.  Two majors include specialty tracks geared toward specific careers.  In addition, we encourage students to explore their diverse interests through one or more of our 12 minors.

Summer Program for High School Students

Summer for Success High School Program

Our summer program helps high school students who learn differently gain the skills, confidence and preparation they need to successfully transition to college. Courses are structured to prepare students to be more effective and confident learners. Most importantly, high school juniors and seniors get to experience what it’s like to live — and learn — on a college campus.

NavigatorPREP Program


NavigatorPREP is a virtual program to help college bound students and parents prepare for the transition to college in the year before entering college. With a focus on executive functioning and social and emotional regulation skills, students receive up to 9 months of skill-based strategies. Parents are included and the program is open to students regardless of what college they eventually choose.

Learning Essentials Online

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Learning Essentials is a time-tested and proven course required of every entering student at Beacon College, America’s top-ranked, four-year college for students who learn differently. This program focuses on helping students understand and apply the critical skills needed for success in learning — and in life. At the request of parents and educators, Beacon is now offering this 14-week course online to college-bound high school juniors and seniors.

Beacon Salon Series

Beacon Salon Series

The Beacon Salon Series is an educational outreach program of Beacon College for the Central Florida community. The series features talks by respected scholars, performances in the visual and performing arts, and a lecture and discussion series led by Beacon College faculty and instructors, as well as the Forums Series of panel discussions on topical issues. Beacon Salon events are free and open to the public.

Seeking to Enroll?

Visit Beacon College Admissions online to start the application process.