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TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAMME OFFERING FOR 2022/2023

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admissions into the following programmes at the TCICC for the semester commencing Tuesday, August 23, 2022.
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSA)
1. Bachelor’s Degrees

Two Year Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (Both Campuses) with concentration in:

  • Accounting
  • Finance & Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing
2. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in:

  • Business Studies (Both Campuses)
3. Certificate Courses

One-Year Certificate Program in:

  • Business Studies (Both Campuses)
FACULTY OF COMPUTERS, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (CEM)
1. Bachelor’s Degrees

Two-Year Bachelor’s Degree in: 

  • Information Technology (Grand Turk Campus)
  • Management Information Systems (Grand Turk Campus)
2. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Computer Studies (Both Campuses)
  • Computer-Electronics Engineering Tech (Grand Turk Campus)
  • Electrical Engineering Technology (Grand Turk Campus)
  • Information Technology (Grand Turk Campus)
3. Certificate Courses

One-Year Certificate Program in: 

  • Computer Applications (Both Campuses)
  • Electrical Engineering (Both Campuses)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION & TRAINING (EDT)
1. Bachelor’s Degrees

Two-Year Bachelor’s Degree in: 

  • Early Childhood Education (Both Campuses)
  • Primary Education (Both Campuses)
2. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Early Childhood Education (Both Campuses)
  • Primary Education (Both Campuses)
  • Secondary Education: 
    • Computer/Business
    • English/Social Studies
    • Math/Business
    • Math/Computers
    • Math/Science (Grand Turk Campus only)
    • Music/English/Math/Social Studies
FACULTY OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT (HTM)
1. Bachelor’s Degrees

Two-Year Bachelor’s Degree in: 

  • Hospitality Management (Provo Campus)
  • Tourism Management and Entertainment (Provo Campus)
2. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Hospitality Management (Provo Campus)
  • Culinary Arts (Provo Campus)
  • Tourism Management (Both Campuses)
3. Certificate Courses

One-Year Certificate Program in: 

  • Hospitality Studies (Provo Campus)
FACULTY OF HUMANITY & LIBERAL STUDIES (HLS)
1. Bachelor’s Degrees

Two-Year Bachelor’s Degree in: 

  • Social Work (Grand Turk Campus)
2. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Criminal Justice (Both Campuses)
  • General Studies (Humanities) with concentration in any three of the following (Grand Turk Campus):
    • Economics,
    • Politics,
    • Law,
    • Sociology
  • Social Work (Both Campuses)
FACULTY OF NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCES (NAS)
1. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Environmental Science (Grand Turk Campus)
  • Sciences with concentration in any two of the following (Grand Turk Campus):
    • Mathematics,
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics,
    • Information Technology 
  • Marine Biology (Grand Turk Campus)
2. Associate Degree

Three-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Registered Nursing (Grand Turk Campus)
FACULTY OF TECHNICAL & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (TVE)
1. Associate Degrees

Two-Year Associate Degree in: 

  • Architectural Design and Building Technology (Both Campuses) 
  • Automotive Engineering Technology (Grand Turk Campus)
2. Certificate Courses

One-Year Certificate Program in: 

  • Construction, Carpentry and Joinery (Grand Turk Campus)
Short Technical/Vocational Program
Duration: 6 Weeks
  • Accounting Information System,
  • Business Communication (Theory & Practice)
  • Cake Decorating
  • Conversational Spanish
  • Customer Service,
  • Dining Room Management
  • English as a Second Language
  • Introduction to Building Services,
  • Introduction to Estimation and Costing Mixology
  • PRC Courses (TCI Studies and English)
  • Restaurant Operation
  • Team Building
Duration: 60 contact hours
  • AutoCAD,
  • Automotive Maintenance,
  • Surveying

Students may also access one semester courses of their choice from any Associate Degree programme and obtain credits.

PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMME

The following is the Structure of Pre-College Programme:

Pre-College 1

This is for those who have not been exposed to CSEC/external examination syllabus. It includes the following General Basic Subjects:

  • Mathematics, English, TCI Studies, Computer Studies and two others from the area of specialization. Students enrolled in Pre-College 1 must continue to Pre-College 2
Pre-College 2

This is for those who have been exposed to CSEC/external examination syllabus but have failed or do not meet the minimum entry requirement for the Associate degree programmes. It includes the following specialized subjects:

  • English, Mathematics and three others.

NOTE: Classes can ONLY proceed with a COHORT of a minimum of 5 Students.

ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum requirements: For the Associate Degree: Five GCE or CXC subjects including English A and Mathematics at the General Proficiency Level with Grads I, II, and III or GCE Grades A, B, C. Students without CXC/GCE Mathematics and English must complete the College Foundation Math: MTH1110 and MTH1120, and ENG1111 and ENG1122 (at additional cost)

For the Certificate Programmes: Three GCE or CXC subjects, one of which must be English at General Proficiency level 1, 11, & 111 or GCE Grades A, B, C.

For the Bachelor’s Degree: An Associate Degree from the TCI Community College or another recognized institution.

Students applying through the Mature Student Entry policy should be twentyone (21) years or older with relevant experience in specific areas of interest. Note that students may be required to complete a Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) portfolio.

The deadline for applications is Friday, June 4th, 2022. Any application received after this date would be deemed as LATE.

All applications should be fully completed ONLINE by visiting the college’s website at https://tcicc.edu.tc and clicking on the green button that says “Apply Now” OR https://isims.tcicc.edu.tc/apply/ Make sure to scan and upload all supporting documents with the application form. An application fee of $25 should be paid at either the Grand Turk Campus OR the Providenciales Campus. Candidates can also pay to the College’s CIBC FirstCaribbean account number: 1596776 and include names and what the payment is for – e.g. application, registration, tuition. They can then scan the receipt/teller and upload with application. Please provide this information to the Accounts Department for update. Late application fee is $50.

Help document on the Application form can be found at: https://tcicc.edu.tc/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/To-Apply-online-TCICC-verson-1.2.pdf OR go to the “FAQ” at the bottom of the website and then click “TCICC Online Application Help Document”. For any queries send email to one of the following:

(a) registrar@tcicc.edu.tc

(b) Dean@tcicc.edu.tc

(c) Systemsadministrator@tcicc.edu.tc

PROGRAMS & FEE STRUCTURE

COST OF PROGRAMMES/COURSES OFFERED BY THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE EFFECTIVE 27TH AUGUST 2018

A. SHORT COURSES

Courses are for fifteen days for two hours per day (except for AutoCAD, Automotive Maintenance & Surveying). Credits earned could be transferred into the College programmes.

Students may audit the courses and not participate in the examination. Students should indicate at the commencement of the course whether or not the course is being audited. No credit will be given for those courses which are audited.

B. ONE SEMESTER COURSES

Courses run from September – December; January – May; concentrated summer semester May – early July.

C. FULL TIME PROGRAMMES
Two years, two semesters per year for the majority of the programmes. Some programmes are for five semesters with compulsory summer courses during the first year. Additionally, students may access summer courses from May – early July. TUITION FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS A. Short Courses
Courses which require the use of laboratory facilities $400 per course
Courses which do not require the use of laboratory facilities $300 per course
Cake Decorating $500, Mixology $450 (these include cake tools, alcohol, etc. needed)
B. One Semester courses
Pre-College $500 (or $150 per course)
Computer modules $250 per course
Associate Degree $360 per course
Bachelors $675 per course (TCI National/PRC Holders)
$840 per course (Resident/Non Nationals)
$1335 per course (Overseas Students)
C. Full Programmes (two Semesters) Sept – Dec; Jan- May;
Student category Courses Annual Fees Semester Fees
TCI Nationals/PRC Certificate $1,000 $500
Holders Associate Degree $2,000 $1,000
Bachelor’s Degree $4,000 $2,000
Non-Nationals/Residents Certificate $1,500 $750
Associate Degree $2,500 $1,250
Bachelor’s Degree $5,000 $2,500
Overseas Students Certificate $3,000 $1,500
Associate Degree $5,000 $2,500
Bachelor’s Degree $8,000 $4,000
D. OTHER PROGRAMMES
OTHER FEES
Application Fees $25.00
Late application $50.00
Registration Fees $25.00
Late registration $50.00
Transcripts $30.00 for initial transcript and 50% discount for others when applying for multiple transcripts.
Facility fee $40 (ALL STUDENTS PAY THIS ANNUAL FEE)
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The Office of the Registrar provides support to students, faculty, staff, and alumni while being guided by the commitment to be student centered and promote student success. The office directs the recruitment process, maintains student academic records, issues grades and transcripts, monitors compliance with academic standards of progress, reviews degree completion for graduation, issues diplomas, reviews student requests regarding readmission, and other purposes, processes transient student requests, prepares the academic catalog and schedule of classes, and organizes commencement ceremonies. By guiding students through processes such as registration, re-sits, and examinations, the Office of the Registrar helps students develop independence, personal and educational goals, and effective communications.
 
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