The Academic Standards Committee proposes the following Euromed/UNF Undergraduate Collaborative Programs (and future Undergraduate Collaborative Programs) Transcript Printing policy. This policy will essentially allow courses taken at foreign institutions that are approved partner schools according to the SACS guidelines on Collaborative programs to be printed by their full name on the transcript. A similar policy is already in place for graduate programs.
Euromed/UNF Undergraduate Collaborative Programs
(and future Undergraduate Collaborative Programs) Transcript Printing
I. OBJECTIVE & PURPOSE
UNF Undergraduate Collaborative Programs offer undergraduate students the opportunity to earn two bachelors degrees while taking classes at UNF and an approved partner institution. The innovative nature of the programs require a new transcript format that will accurately reflect the students' coursework and program's curriculum.
II. STATEMENT OF POLICY
The University of North Florida will print the course names, grades and name of the partner institutions. The transcript will display the information as transfer coursework that is part of a University approved program.
The UNF undergraduate collaborative program administrator is responsible for ensuring all participating student records are accurate and current at the time of printing. Coursework will be updated once the official transcripts have arrived from the specified institution. Students in degree Collaborative Degree program are still required to pay the transcript fee when ordering official transcripts.
Note: UNF currently offers one Collaborative Degree Program. The program, EuroMed, is also called BBA International Business: Euromed/UNF.
For French students ---- Major: EUR Concentration: EUR 1
For UNF students ---- Major: EUR Concentration: EUR 2