- Academic Advising
- A.A. Transfer to Bachelor's Pathways
- FITS-STEM Engineering Program
- Placement Testing
- Transfer Articulation Agreements
Explore automatic admission to the University of Central Florida and Florida Tech through our UCF Direct Connect and EFSC-Florida Tech Track programs! Also view other transfer options.
The Associate in Arts: University Parallel Program
高清一区二区不卡视频_67194成L人在线观看线路The Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.) is a university parallel degree designed for students who intend to earn a bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. The A.A. degree is comparable to the freshman and sophomore years (lower division) of a university program and requires a total of 60 college-level credit hours and cumulative grade point average of 2.0 for completion.
Within the 60 credit hour A.A. curriculum, students must successfully complete 36 credit hours of general education courses from within the subject areas of communications, mathematics, humanities, behavioral/social sciences and natural sciences. A specific number of credit hours are required in each subject area. A grade of "C" or higher must be earned in all courses designated as meeting College-Level Communication and Computation Skills.
The remaining 24 credit hours are electives. It is essential that students work closely with an academic advisor to choose electives required for their intended major at the university or college baccalaureate degree program.
高清一区二区不卡视频_67194成L人在线观看线路Within the General Education and Elective credits, students must ensure that they satisfy the following requirements:
First-time-in-college students initially entering Eastern Florida in fall 2014 and after must demonstrate competency in a foreign language pursuant to s.1007.262, Florida Statutes. Visit EFSC's Foreign Language Competency page for more details on meeting this requirement, including through proficiency testing offered at EFSC.
First-time-in-college students initially entering Eastern Florida or any school in the Florida College System in fall 2015 and after must successfully complete at least one core course from each of the general education subject areas: Communications, Mathematics, Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences, pursuant to s.1007.25(3), Florida Statutes, and SBE Rule 6A.14.0303. Visit EFSC’s CORE Course page for more details on meeting this requirement.
高清一区二区不卡视频_67194成L人在线观看线路First-time-in-college students initially entering Eastern Florida in fall 2018 and after must demonstrate competency in Civic Literacy, pursuant to s.1007.25, Florida Statutes, and SBE Rule 6A-10.02413. Students may meet this competency in one of two ways:
- Successfully complete POS 2041 American Government or AMH 2020 U.S. History Since 1877, with a final grade of "C" or higher, or
- Achieve the standard score on one of the following assessments:
- Advanced Placement Government and Politics: United States (minimum score of 3)
- Advanced Placement United States History (minimum score of 4)
- CLEP American Government (minimum score 50)
Preparing for Transfer
高清一区二区不卡视频_67194成L人在线观看线路Florida’s Statewide Articulation Agreement, general education requirements, common prerequisites, Statewide Course Numbering System and FloridaShines assist students in transitioning smoothly from two-year to four-year college or university programs, including EFSC’s Bachelor in Applied Science degrees. Students are provided certain guarantees and protections to ensure the Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree program is comparable to the first two years of a four-year program.
Transfer Graduation Pathways for Success
Eastern Florida has prepared several A.A. advising tracks, called Transfer GPS: Your Graduation Pathway for Success, for popular bachelor's level programs such as business, education, engineering, health sciences and music to ensure the plan of study for your A.A. matches up with your future education plans. To transfer into junior level work in a specific major, students must have completed the common program prerequisites for their selected degree so let our Transfer GPS pages and EFSC advisors help guide you.
Visit our articulation agreements page for more information on the documents that guide the transfer process after receiving an EFSC credential. Plus see the Florida College Transfer Student Bill of Rights below, explore our transfer options webpage and .