A restricted access program is “a major that has additional admission requirements (e.g., early application date, a separate application or specific GPA requirements). There is no limit to the number of students who can be enrolled. Students meeting the specified requirement(s) normally will be admitted.”
- All students with questions regarding a specific academic program can contact the college advising office associated with that program.
- All prospective transfer students can contact a Success Coach who will assist them with pre-admission coaching. Specifically, Success Coaches can assist in the following ways:
- Guide you through your transfer journey, including assistance with understanding the admission requirements and transfer process
- Connect you with comprehensive resources and valuable information
- Co-design strategies to help you meet your academic objectives
- Assist with selecting majors that align with your career goals, or help with identifying your career options
- Support and champion your successes as a Knight
- Provide guidance and encouragement so that you can graduate on time
A limited access program is defined as: “a major that has additional admission requirements (e.g., early application date, a separate application, or specific GPA requirements). Certain academic programs designated as ‘limited access’ only guarantee admission to a limited number of applicants.”
X in a course number serves a placeholder for the preferred century of the course number at your institution. This is typically 1 (e.g., BSC 1210) or 2 (e.g., BSC 2210)
The State of Florida has identified Common Program Prerequisites for all University programs. These prerequisites must be completed by all students entering that field of study, must be accepted by all state universities and must be applied towards the degree.
Prerequisite refers to a specific course that must be taken and passed prior to enrolling in the primary course the student desires to take.
A basic level core requirement course that may be a prerequisite to key advanced level core requirement courses within a program and should be completed prior to admission into a major/program.
Catalog Year denotes graduation/degree requirements of any UCF program in effect since the student began continuous enrollment at UCF. Graduation/degree requirements change from time to time. However, a student transferring from Florida College System institutions or state universities may use the UCF Undergraduate Catalog in effect at the time he or she began the most recent period of continuous enrollment in academic good standing at any of the Florida public institutions.