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Catalog 2013-2014
Coggin College of Business
 

Coggin College of Business Undergraduate Majors

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Double degree programs:

 

Honors in the Major Program

The Honors Program at UNF is designed for the student who is intellectually mature and seeks the challenge of academic work that is different from the traditional course of study. It offers students a close collegial relationship with the University’s top professors and with each other. There are two types of honors programs at the University of North Florida. The first is a lower-level program open to freshmen and sophomores. The second is the “Honors in the Major” program open to upper-level students in the Coggin College of Business. A student does not have to be in the lower-level honors program to enroll in the upper-level “Honors in the Major” program.

The Coggin College “Honors in the Major” program includes a mentor experience, an individualized curriculum, a research experience, an honors colloquium, and special recognition on the student’s transcripts and diploma. Admission is competitive and limited to students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better. More information on additional admission requirements and procedures for applying to the program can be obtained from the Department of University Honors at (904) 620-2649.

 Undergraduate Study Abroad Opportunities

The Coggin College of Business supports and encourages undergraduate students to study abroad. 

The Coggin College of Business ( http://www.unf.edu/coggin/abroad/ ) offers four types of study abroad programs for undergraduate students:

  • Double Degree Programs (via exchange partners) 
  • Semester and academic year abroad (via exchange partners) 
  • 4 week summer programs (via exchange partners)  
  • Faculty-led study abroad courses 

Note: Coggin undergraduate students can only apply TWO upper-level, faculty-led study abroad courses towards their program of study. This excludes the 4-week summer and semester programs. Also, Coggin undergraduate students can only use ONE faculty-led study abroad towards their “major” requirements. 

Double degree Programs