Competitive Transfer Admissions Requirements

Anthropology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Anthropology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Anthropology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed the below 9 credits with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Three Anthropology courses
    OR
  • Two Anthropology courses and Introduction to Statistics (STA 2023)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Anthropology program

Biology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Biology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Biology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed all of the below subject areas with at least a 2.5 GPA:

    Chemistry:
  • CHM 1030 and 1031 – Basic Chemistry 1 and 2 – 6 credits
    OR
  • CHM 2045 and 2045L – General Chemistry 1 and Lab – 4 credits
  • CHM 2046 and 2046L – General Chemistry 2 and Lab – 4 credits
  • Biology:
  • BSC 2010 and 2010L – General Biology 1 and Lab – 4 credits
  • BSC 2011 and 2011L – General Biology 2 and Lab – 4 credits
  • Mathematics - one of the following:
    • Pre-calculus: Algebra and Trigonometry (MAC 1147)
    • Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus Algebra (MAC 1114 and MAC 1140)
    • Any upper division 3 credit math course at or above Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 (MAC2311)
    • Survey of Calculus (MAC2233) and Trigonometry (MAC1114)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Biology program

Business Administration (BA)

College: Warrington College of Business; Heavener School of Business
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Major General Studies

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Business Administration (BA) program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.0 overall GPA. Applicants should also have completed the following 7 courses with at least a 3.0 GPA in each course:

  • Intro to Financial Accounting (ACG 2021)
  • Intro to Managerial Accounting (ACG 2071)
  • Problem Solving Using Computers (CGS 2531)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013)
  • Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 2023)
  • Survey of Calculus (MAC 2233)
  • Intro to Statistics (STA 2023)

Note: It is strongly recommended to complete all 7 prerequisites prior to enrolling at UF, however, applicants may be conditionally admitted to the program if they have completed 5 of the 7 required prerequisites (including Financial Accounting and Calculus), with a minimum of a 3.4 GPA in these courses. Students who are conditionally admitted who are missing 1 or 2 prerequisites will be required to complete satisfactorily these remaining prerequisites during their first term at UF.

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Business Administration (BS)

College: Warrington College of Business; Heavener School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major General Business

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Business Administration (BS) program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.0 overall GPA and have completed the following 7 courses with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Intro to Financial Accounting (ACG 2021)
  • Intro to Managerial Accounting (ACG 2071)
  • Problem Solving Using Computers (CGS 2531)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013)
  • Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 2023)
  • Survey of Calculus (MAC 2233)
  • Intro to Statistics (STA 2023)

Note: It is strongly recommended to complete all 7 prerequisites prior to enrolling at UF, however, applicants may be conditionally admitted to the program if they have completed 5 of the 7 required prerequisites (including Financial Accounting and Calculus), with a minimum GPA of 2.9 GPA in these courses. Students who are conditionally admitted who are missing 1 or 2 prerequisites will be required to satisfactorily complete these remaining prerequisites during their first term at UF.

Learn more about the Business Administration (BS) program

Communication Sciences and Disorders

College: Public Health and Health Professions
Bachelor of Health Science Major Communication Sciences and Disorders

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Communication Sciences and Disorders program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Before submitting this application, review the admissions requirements for this major by clicking the link for your application level below.

  • Freshman applicants (0-11 credits) and Lower Division transfer applicants (12-59 credits): You must complete all general education requirements and prerequisites prior to starting upper division coursework. Upper division coursework begins every Fall and you will be required to submit a separate application to the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences in the Spring prior to beginning the Fall semester.
  • Upper Division Transfer (60+ credits) Applicants: Transfer admission to UF Online’s Communication Sciences and Disorder program is offered every Fall and requires two separate applications. After submitting the UF Online application to the UF Office of Admissions, you should then complete the Department application. Both the UF Online Application and a Departmental Application must be submitted by the Application Deadline.

  • Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) are required to have:

  • An associate's degree or 60 or more college credits (including all general education and major prerequisites) prior to applying to the program
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (typical GPA for students who are admitted to the major is 3.50 or above)
  • Completion of the following required prerequisite courses:
    • General Psychology (PSY 2012)
    • An additional psychology course (DEP 3053, PSB 3002 or EXP 3604 are recommended)
    • A general biology course (BSC 2005, BSC 2007, BSC 2009 or BSC 2010)
    • An additional biology course (Human Physiology with Lab APK 2105C, strongly recommended)
    • Statistics (STA 2023)
    • A communications course (COM 1000, SPC 2300 or SPC 2608, or equivalent)
    • A physical science course: If you plan to seek clinical certification for eventual employment in speech-language pathology or audiology, it is necessary that the physical science requirement is met by taking a course in either Chemistry or Physics)

Note:

    This program is not designed for individuals who want to earn a second bachelor’s degree. Students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in another major, but are in need of the prerequisites to apply to graduate school in speech-language pathology or audiology, may apply to the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences’ online Post-Baccalaureate Program. For more information on that program, click here.

Learn more about the Communication Sciences and Disorders program

Computer Science

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Science
Major Computer Science

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Computer Science program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Lower Division Applicants

Applicants with 12-59 hours of transferrable college credit
Competitive lower division applicants should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have satisfactorily completed the below course:

  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 (MAC 2311)
Upper Division Applicants

Applicants with 60 or more hours of transferrable college credit
Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed the below courses with at least a 2.5 GPA. Prospective applicants are also strongly encouraged to complete Physics 2 w/lab (PHY2054 and PHY 2054L) or Physics with Calculus 2 w/lab (PHY 2049 and PHY 2049L) to avoid splitting the sequence prior to enrollment at the University of Florida.

  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 (MAC 2311)
  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2 (MAC 2312)
  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus 3 (MAC 2313)
  • Physics 1 w/lab (PHY 2053 and PHY 2053L) or Physics with Calculus 1 w/ lab (PHY 2048 and PHY 2048L).

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Computer Science program

Criminology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Criminology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Criminology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA, have completed Intro to Statistics 1 (STA 2023) and 9 credits from the following list with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Criminology: All CCJ, CJL or CJE prefixes
  • History: United States to 1877 (AMH 2010), United States Since 1877 (AMH 2020)
  • Anthropology: General Anthropology (ANT 2000), Cultural Anthropology (ANT 2410)
  • Economics: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013), Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 2023)
  • Philosophy: Introduction to Philosophy (PHI 2010), Contemporary Moral Issues (PHI 2630)
  • Political Science: American and Federal Government (POS 2041), American State and Local Government (POS 2112)
  • Psychology: Introduction to Psychology (PSY 2012)
  • Sociology: Principles of Sociology (SYG 2000), Social Problems (SYG 2010)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Criminology program

Education Sciences

College: Education
Bachelor of Arts
Major Education Sciences

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Education Sciences program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) will require an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of EDF1005 with a grade of C or better.

UF students will need to have three courses completed to matriculate to the upper division (EDF1005, EDF2085, and EME2040) while A.A. transfer students will only need to have one of those courses completed (EDF1005). EDF2005 is used as the course number at some Florida state colleges and is acceptable. In certain situations, an out-of-state course titled Intro to Education/Intro to Teaching Profession (or anything similar) may be considered as a suitable substitute for EDF1005.

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Environmental Management

College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
Bachelor of Science Major Interdisciplinary Studies Concentration Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Environmental Management program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.0 overall GPA and completed all the 'required' courses below and at least one of the 'recommended' courses listed below:

  • Required:
    • General Chemistry 1 and Lab (4 credits): CHM 2045 & 2045L
    • General Chemistry 2 and Lab (4 credits): CHM 2046 & 2046L
    • Survey of Calculus 1 (3 credits): MAC 2233
  • Recommended:*
    • Introduction to Statistics 1 (3 credits): STA 2023
    • Introduction to Public Speaking (3 credits): SPC 2608
    • Biological Sciences and Lab (4 credits): BSC 2005 & 2005L
      OR
      General Biology 1 and Lab (4 credits): BSC 2010 & 2010L

* Note: If you have satisfactorily completed all of the above required courses, but have not taken any of the recommended courses, you may be conditionally admitted to the program. Students who are conditionally admitted will be required to successfully complete any missing courses by the end of their first term of enrollment.

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Fire & Emergency Services

College: College of Design, Construction and Planning; M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management
Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Services Major Fire and Emergency Services

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Fire & Emergency Services program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Fire Specialization:
Applicant Level: Upper Division only
Upper Division Admissions criteria:
  • Must have 2.3 overall GPA.
  • Needs 60 transferable credits to qualify, but AA not required.
  • Must have certification, internship experience, or elective courses in area of interest or relevant professional experience

EMS Specialization:
Applicant level: FTIC, lower division, and upper division.
  • FTIC Admissions Criteria
    • Must meet all FTIC admissions requirements. https://ufonline.ufl.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/
  • Lower Division Admissions Criteria
    • Must meet lower division admissions requirements. https://ufonline.ufl.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/
  • Upper Division Admissions Criteria
    • Must have 2.3 overall GPA.
    • Needs 60 transferable credits to qualify, but AA not required.
    • Must have certification, internship experience, or elective courses in area of interest or relevant professional experience

Emergency Management Specialization:
Applicant level: FTIC, lower division, and upper division.
  • FTIC Admissions Criteria
    • Must meet all FTIC admissions requirements. https://ufonline.ufl.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/
  • Lower Division Admissions Criteria
    • Must meet lower division admissions requirements. https://ufonline.ufl.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/
  • Upper Division Admissions Criteria
    • Must have 2.3 overall GPA.
    • Needs 60 transferable credits to qualify, but AA not required.
    • Must have certification, internship experience, or elective courses in area of interest or relevant professional experience

Learn more about the Fire & Emergency Services program

Geography

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Geography

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Geography program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and completed the following courses with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Introductory Physical Geography (GEO 2200) and one additional Geography Course
OR
  • One Geography Course and Introduction to Statistics (STA2023)

Learn more about the Geography program

Geology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Geology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Geology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed two courses from the following list* with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Any Geology course (must have a GLY prefix)
  • Introduction to Oceanography (OCE 1001)
  • Introduction to Earth Science (ESC 1000)

Note:

  • *If your institution only has one of the approved courses then a three hour general education math course (including MAC 1105, MAC 1140, MAC 1147, STA 2023) may be used in lieu of one of the Geology courses listed above.
  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Geology program

Health Education & Behavior

College: Health and Human Performance
Bachelor of Science in Health Education Major Health Education and Behavior

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Health Education & Behavior program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.0 overall GPA and have completed 5 of the courses below with at least a 2.5 GPA:

Required:

  • Human Anatomy with Lab (APK2100c or Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab)
  • Human Physiology with Lab (APK2105c or Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab)
  • Biological Sciences with Lab (BSC2005) or Principles of Biology (BSC2010)

And any two of the following:

  • Human Nutrition (HUN2201)
  • College Algebra (MAC1105) or higher
  • Statistics (STA2023)
  • Psychology (PSY2012)
  • Sociology (SYG2000) or Social Problems (SYG2010)
  • Public Speaking (SPC2608)

Note: It is strongly recommended to complete all 9 prerequisites prior to enrolling at UF, however, applicants may be conditionally admitted to the program if they have completed 5 of the 9 required prerequisites (including Anatomy and Physiology with lab courses and Biological Sciences with lab), with a minimum 2.5 GPA in these courses. Students who are conditionally admitted with missing prerequisites will be required to satisfactorily complete these remaining prerequisites BEFORE beginning the major coursework.

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Microbiology & Cell Science

College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
Bachelor of Science Major Microbiology and Cell Science

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Microbiology & Cell Science program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Freshman and Lower Division Transfer Applicants:

Microbiology and Cell Science is currently only accepting applications for upper division transfers, who have 60 or more transferable college credits. If you are interested in this major, you will need to complete a minimum of 60 transferable college credits before applying to this major. If you want to explore other majors in UF Online that accept freshman and lower division students, please visit our majors page here.

Upper Division Transfer Applicants:

Competitive upper division applicants MUST earn their associate's degree or 60 or more college credits (including all major prerequisites) prior to enrolling in the program. Students are permitted to apply and gain admission while major prerequisites/degree courses are still in progress. An A.A. degree is preferred, but students with an A.S. degree may be considered on a case-by-case basis for admission. Students must complete the following courses before transferring (NO EXCEPTIONS OR CONDITIONAL ADMISSIONS) and should have at least a 2.0 GPA overall and at least a 2.5 GPA in the following courses:

    Chemistry:
  • CHM 2045 and 2045L – General Chemistry 1 and Lab – 4 credits
  • CHM 2046 and 2046L – General Chemistry 2 and Lab – 4 credits
  • Biology:
  • BSC 2010 and 2010L – General Biology 1 and Lab – 4 credits
  • BSC 2011 and 2011L – General Biology 2 and Lab – 4 credit
  • Mathematics:
  • MAC 2311 – Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 – 4 credits

Note:

  • Organic Chemistry and laboratory (CHM 2210, 2211 and 2211L) are required for the major and are not offered through UF Online. It is suggested that students either complete these courses prior to admission or plan to take them at an approved institution prior to graduation.
  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Microbiology & Cell Science program

Nursing

College: Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Nursing program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) are required to have:

  • An associate's degree in nursing from an accredited program*
  • A GPA of 2.8 or higher from an associate in nursing program
  • Active, unencumbered Florida RN license
  • Proof of enrollment in and/or completion of the following required prerequisite courses, (all with an earned grade of C or higher):
    • A three credit Psychology, Social Psychology, or Sociology course
    • A three credit Biology, Chemistry, or Physics course
    • Anatomy & Physiology One: 4 Credits (including a lab component)
    • Anatomy & Physiology Two: 4 Credits (including a lab component)
    • Microbiology: 4 Credits (including a lab component)
    • Statistics: 3 Credits
    • Human Growth and Development OR Developmental Psychology: 3 Credits
    • Human Nutrition: 3 Credits

*In order to be eligible for the RN to BSN program, applicants must have completed an AS degree from an NLNAC or ACEN accredited program.

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Psychology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Psychology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Psychology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.75 overall GPA and all the below courses completed with at least a 2.75 GPA:

Required:

  • Biological Sciences (BSC 2005/2009) OR Biology 1 (BSC 2010)
  • General Psychology (PSY 2012)
  • Pre-calculus: Algebra and Trigonometry (MAC 1147) OR Pre-calculus Algebra (MAC 1140) and Trigonometry (MAC 1114)
  • Introduction to Statistics 1 (STA 2023)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Psychology program

Public Relations

College: Journalism and Communications
Bachelor of Science in Public Relations

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Public Relations program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and all the below courses completed with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Argument and Persuasion (ENC 1102)
  • American History since 1877 (AMH 2020)
  • Introduction to Statistics (STA 2023)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013)
  • American Federal Government (POS 2041) OR General Psychology (PSY 2012)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Public Relations program

Sociology

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Major Sociology

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Sociology program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) must typically have a minimum 2.5 overall GPA and a 2.75 GPA on all attempts of all Sociology courses (and statistics, if attempted). A minimum of two Sociology courses must be completed and prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to complete SYG2000 as one of their two Sociology courses. Prospective applicants are also strongly encouraged to complete STA2023 prior to enrollment at the University of Florida. If not completed prior to transfer, STA 2023 must be successfully completed in the first term at UF with a grade of a C or better while maintaining a major GPA of 2.75.


Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Sociology program

Sport Management

College: Health and Human Performance
Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
Major Sport Management

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Sport Management program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.0 overall GPA and have completed 4 of the courses below with at least a 2.2 GPA:

Required:

  • Macroeconomics (ECO 2013) OR Microeconomics (ECO 2023)
  • Financial Accounting (ACG 2021)

And any two of the following:

  • General Psychology (PSY 2012)
  • Statistics (STA 2023)
  • College Algebra (MAC 1105) or higher

Note: It is strongly recommended to complete all 5 prerequisites prior to enrolling at UF, however, applicants may be conditionally admitted to the program if they have completed 4 of the 5 required prerequisites (including Macroeconomics or Microeconomics and Financial Accounting), with a minimum GPA of 2.2 in these courses. Students who are conditionally admitted with missing prerequisites will be required to satisfactorily complete these remaining prerequisites BEFORE beginning the major coursework.

Learn more about the Sport Management program

Telecommunication Media & Society

College: Journalism and Communications
Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication
Major Telecommunication

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Telecommunication Media & Society program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Competitive upper division applicants (students who have 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed all of the below courses with at least a 2.5 GPA:

  • Argument and Persuasion (ENC 1102)
  • American History since 1877 (AMH 2020)
  • American Federal Government (POS 2041)
  • Introduction to Statistics (STA 2023)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013)

Note:

  • All courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in courses taken to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may lower competitiveness.
  • Unsuccessful attempts in additional courses in the desired major may lower competitiveness.
  • Out of state courses used to meet Competitive Admissions Criteria may need to be evaluated by the appropriate department upon admission.

Learn more about the Telecommunication Media & Society program

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