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2022-2023 University Catalog
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College of Computing, Engineering and Construction Undergraduate Academic Policies

The College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction adheres to all academic policies and regulations of the University. In addition, each academic unit has policies which apply to all undergraduate students in their majors.

  • School of Computing's <a "Computing academic policies" href="/colleges/ccec/Computing">academic policies
  • School of Engineering's <a "Engineering academic policies" href="/colleges/ccec/Engineering">academic policies
  • Construction Management's <a "Construction Management academic policies" href="/colleges/ccec/Construction-Management">academic policies

Starting Summer 2021, students with fewer than 60 earned college credits that intend to major in a degree program offered by the School of Engineering or the School of Computing will start as an Exploratory major until they complete the Selective Admission requirements for each program, respectively. Upon successfully completing the required pre-major courses, students will contact an Advisor to change their major as long as they meet that major’s minimum GPA requirement.

The following policies apply to all undergraduate students in the College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction.

Dual Degrees at UNF

Students desiring to obtain two baccalaureate degrees, one from CCEC and one from another UNF college, must meet the requirements for both degrees, earn a minimum of 150 credit hours, and have the approval of both colleges. The application for graduation must indicate both degrees.

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Double Majors

Double majors within the same degree are not permitted in this college.

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Multiple Minors

Undergraduate students pursuing a degree in this college are permitted to pursue more than one minor in their program of study. Official declaration of the minor(s) is necessary to ensure the minor(s) will be recorded on the degree evaluation, and university transcripts. Students must meet with their academic advisor to discuss the minor(s) selected. Students majoring in computer science, information technology, electrical engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering or building construction management are not required to select a minor.

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