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Admission

Prospective students should refer to the UNF Undergraduate Catalog for details regarding admission the University.

Admission to Engineering Programs

Formal admission to an engineering degree program at UNF occurs after the completion of the pre-engineering program shown below (or its equivalent). Admission is based primarily on the student's grades in both the calculus and physics sequences.  A grade of C+ or higher is required in the calculus and physics courses. Grades of C or better are required in all other engineering prerequisite courses.

Transfer Students

Qualified transfer students from all regionally accredited colleges and universities are welcome in UNF Engineering degree programs. Students should refer to the UNF Undergraduate Catalog for rules governing the transferability of coursework and other details. All transfer students who have completed the pre-engineering program or its equivalent (including the minimum GPA requirements) will be considered for admission. Transfer students who have not completed the pre-engineering program may be admitted to UNF, but any pre-engineering deficiencies must be competed before admission to an engineering degree program.

 

All coursework accepted for transfer to UNF must also be evaluated by an academic advisor for use in an engineering program of study. Generally speaking, courses completed at a Florida public community college or university with identical course prefixes and numbers used in UNF engineering programs are accepted automatically (as long as they are completed with a grade of C or better). Courses from other institutions may require additional documentation such as catalog descriptions and/or syllabi before being accepted.

Other Notes

Students must pass or meet exemption criteria for all sections of the CLAST prior to earning an AA and completing 60 semester hours.

 

A student may receive credit for a course only once. However the GPA will reflect all repeated courses. An approved dual/concurrent enrollment form is required prior to registering for courses at another institution. Students are strongly advised not to enroll in courses at another institution during their last semester at UNF. Graduation will most likely be delayed for students who do attempt dual enrollment in their last semester. Students are strongly encouraged to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam during their senior year. See the Engineering academic advisor for more information.