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A survey in 2009 provided a look at the job search and work experiences of our alumni. Here is a snapshot of the results:
A survey of employers in 2009 provided a look at the roles, salaries, recruiting efforts, and overall ratings of UNF computing alumni. Here is a snapshot of the results:
You are required to declare a minor in the Information Science track. If you select the Information Systems track, you will pursue a ‘Business Administration’ minor.
Information Technology and Computer Science concentrations do not require a minor, but you can certain opt to do one if your budget allows for it.
All computing majors have to take a three-credit public speaking or speech course taught by a communications department. At UNF, the preferred course is SPC4064 Public Speaking for Professionals, but if that is not available, SPC2608 Fundamentals of Speech is acceptable.
At nearby state colleges such as FSCJ and SJRSC, SPC2017, SPC2065, SPC1608, andSPC2608 are acceptable. Transfer students can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if there is any question about the acceptability of a course.
To View Your Degree Evaluation Online, Log into myWings, select the <Student> tab, locate the “My Records” channel, click Degree Evaluation, and select the current or upcoming term.
If your Curriculum Information is accurate, click on hyperlink next to your major and view your detailed requirements. If an advisor has created a “What if” Degree Evaluation for you, you can view it by clicking ‘View Previous Evaluation’ and selecting the appropriate date.
Note: If your major or program information is not accurate and you have not yet notified anyone, contact your faculty advisor.
Maybe. In order to graduate, you not only need all areas of your evaluation to be labeled “Met” but you also need to make sure you’ll have enough total and upper level credits earned. For the Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Sciences, at least 120 total credits are required and at least 54 of those must be upper level (3000 or 4000 level). You must also meet the minimum GPA requirements as noted in the UNF Catalog.
We recommend you contact your faculty advisors at least one semester prior to your expected graduation term to request a “Graduation Review”.
Go to the “Forms” page on the School of Computing website and use the “Registration Problem Inquiry” form. Your faculty advisors will research your error and respond to you via e-mail so be sure to enter an e-mail address you check often.
This situation is known as “transient enrollment”. Permission for transient enrollment is made on a case-by-case basis. Your request is reviewed by your faculty advisors, the UNF Registrar, and then the other school. If approved, you are responsible for requesting the other school send an official transcript back to UNF after you complete the course.
To request transient enrollment, first set your facts.org PIN in myWings. Go to the <Student> tab , Student Self-Service, Student Records, then FACTS PIN Management. After setting your PIN, go to FLVC.org, choose “College Students”, then “Transient Student Admissions Applications” and follow the instructions for the form.
NOTE: The School of Computing has a policy that once enrolled at UNF, you must take any missing prerequisites for your program at UNF.
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