DegreePrograms_Education
Catalog 2013-2014
Degree Programs
 

General Education Program for Transfer Students

Transfer students must complete a general education program at a Florida public community college or university, or they must complete the UNF transfer general education program:

Associate in Arts Degree Transfer Students

An Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree from a Florida public community college or university satisfies the general education program requirements at UNF including College-Level Communications and Computation Skills (Florida Gordon Rule).

The State of Florida Foreign Language Requirement must be met before graduation from UNF. 

Transfer Students with 60 or More Transferable Semester Hours

Transcripts of applicants who have not earned an A.A. degree from a Florida public community college or university will be reviewed individually to determine whether sufficient work has been completed in these General Education areas.

Refer to the Florida Gordon Rule for UNF courses that will satisfy these general education categories.

The State of Florida Foreign Language Requirement must be met before graduation from UNF.

The College-Level Communications and Computation Skills (Florida Gordon Rule) requirement must be met before graduation from UNF.

All teacher education majors must satisfy a general knowledge test requirement before admission to the College of Education and Human Services.

Transfer Students with Less Than 60 Transferable Semester Hours

These students must satisfy the same general education requirements as a first-time‑in-college student. Refer to General Education Requirements for UNF courses that will satisfy these general education categories.

The State of Florida Foreign Language Requirement must be met before graduation from UNF.

The College-Level Communications and Computation Skills (Florida Gordon Rule) requirement must be met before graduation from UNF.

All teacher education majors must satisfy a general knowledge test requirement before admission to the College of Education and Human Services.