The Bachelor of Applied Science, available at selected sites, provides baccalaureate educational opportunities with a curriculum designed to develop competencies in organizational skills, management, and communication. Emphasis will also be placed on the development of skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and ethical decision-making. Candidates for this program must have earned a statewide articulated A.S. from a Florida College System institution in Fall 2000 or later. Students are allowed to take lower level, general education classes at the campus in Orlando if necessary. Students have the option of completing the state approved general education program at a Florida College System institution or State University and must request an official transcript with “general education requirements met” on the transcript and sent to the UCF Registrar prior to the student’s graduating term from the University of Central Florida. Students who choose to complete their general education program at UCF must meet all of UCF’s current course requirements. Students may not be transient in their last 30 of 39 hours at UCF. If students wish to take an upper division course at the main Orlando campus, they should see a Regional Campus academic advisor. This will be allowed only on a very limited basis and under highly extenuating circumstances. If you have any questions regarding this policy or procedure, please contact Regional Campuses Advising at 407-823-4547. This degree program may be completed online, although not all elective options or program prerequisites may be offered online. Newly admitted students choosing to complete this program exclusively via UCF online classes may enroll with a reduction in campus-based fees. See http://ucf.edu/online for more in
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