Students might eventually incur additional fees in the pursuit of their degree, so they will need to chart their plan of study in consultation with an academic advisor. An undergraduate-level course is numbered at the , , or level. All courses that are fee-liable will be counted as a registration.
The amount of the charge will be determined each term, but is expected to represent the full cost of instruction. Exceptions to the Repeat Course Surcharge are individualized study, courses that are repeated as a requirement of a major and courses that continue over multiple semesters. Courses repeated more than two times to increase the grade point average or meet minimum course grade requirements will be eligible for the surcharge. According to the statute, a student may be granted an exception to the Repeat Course Surcharge upon approval by provost based upon a review of the individual circumstances presented by the student to document exceptional circumstance.
Review will be initiated by student petition, which must provide all appropriate documentation to support the claim of exceptional circumstance. A student may appeal only once per course.
Petition forms are available for this purpose and can be obtained here or from the Office of the Registrar. Grade Point Average GPA Computation Except as provided by the University Forgiveness Policy, an undergraduate student's grade point average is computed by dividing the sum of all grade points earned at FAU by the total number of credits in all courses for which the grades of "A" through "F" have been received.
A student who registers for a course but fails to meet the course requirements, without officially dropping the course, will receive a grade of "F" in the course. In extraordinary circumstances, the faculty may record "NR," which will appear on the transcript as "NR" until the situation is resolved. Additional Policies for Undergraduate Students. Undergraduate Student Classification Undergraduate student classification is determined by the number of credits completed at all institutions as follows:.
Freshmen and sophomores are lower-division students, whereas juniors and seniors are upper-division students. Students who have not received a baccalaureate degree and students who are seeking a second baccalaureate degree are undergraduates. Acceleration Mechanisms Several accelerated programs are available to undergraduates.
To learn about these, refer to Acceleration Mechanisms for Undergraduate Students, appearing later in this section. A student who has been continuously enrolled at FAU may be awarded a degree by satisfying the degree requirements defined in any catalog in effect during the period of continuous enrollment leading up to graduation. Students must follow a single catalog, not a combination of catalogs, to meet graduation requirements. Catalog year academic program requirements are set each fall semester.
For students who earned an A. Such students may use the FAU catalog in effect at the time they began their most recent period of continuous enrollment at any of the Florida public institutions. Deadline for Declaring a Major Students entering FAU with a clear choice of major should declare a major or pre-major early and devise a plan of study to ensure a timely graduation.
Declaring a major early provides students with a sense of direction, strengthens their motivation and helps to inform their course choices. Students entering without a clear choice of major should begin exploring major choices and career options associated with the majors very early in their first year. New freshmen and transfer students without an A.
These students must declare a major or pre-major upon the anticipated earning of 45 credits earned credit hours plus any credits for which the students are currently registered. New transfer students with an A. Students with a pre-major must declare a major upon earning 60 credits. Students seeking to change their major should consult the Change of Major information below.
Change of Major Undergraduate students contemplating a change of major must meet with an academic advisor and carefully devise a plan of study to ensure a timely graduation. Please refer to the Timely Graduation Policy for credit requirement thresholds to change a major. Changing the major requires permission of the new department and satisfaction of the same academic qualifications as for new applicants for admission to that department.
To change the major, an undergraduate must satisfy the prerequisite coursework required for the new major. Other restrictions may apply for admission to certain programs. Undergraduates who change their major are subject to the requirements of the new major in effect at the time of the change and may be subject to the Excess Hours Surcharge see below. Changing the major to a department in a different college requires the Application for Undergraduate Change of College form, which is available in the Registrar's Office and in most college offices.
The form needed to change the major to a department in the same college is available in the college office. Double Majors Undergraduate students may pursue two majors. If the two majors are in different degrees, such as a B. A double major does not require a minimum number of hours beyond those necessary for completing degree requirements or more hours. To graduate with double majors, students must first declare the primary college and major of their choice on the application for admission. Then, undergraduates must inform the second college and department of their intent by completing a Second Major form, available in the Office of the Registrar.
Undergraduates must consult with both departments to ensure that all courses needed for graduation are completed. The same catalog year must be used for both majors. A minimum of 21 credits must be applied exclusively toward requirements in the primary major. Students may not pursue a double major in the same academic program, such as a B. Note: To ensure a timely graduation, students may pursue a double major only if the requirements can be completed without extending the anticipated graduation date.
Please refer to the Timely Graduation Policy for credit requirement thresholds to declare a second major.
Students wishing to pursue a second major and receive two different degrees should refer to the requirements for a Second Baccalaureate Degree, appearing in the Degree Requirements section of this catalog. Excess Hours Surcharge Florida Statute For students enrolling in a state university or a Florida State College System institution for the first time in or after the fall semester, a tuition rate surcharge will be applied for excess hours. The surcharge is assessed only on the tuition portion of the semester hour cost, not on the fees.
Fall semester to summer semester students will pay a 50 percent tuition surcharge for each credit hour beyond percent in excess of the hours required. For a degree program of required hours this means any credits above will be subject to the surcharge. Fall semester to summer semester students will pay a percent tuition surcharge for each credit hour beyond percent in excess of the hours required. Fall semester and beyond: students will pay a percent tuition surcharge for each credit hour beyond percent in excess of the hours required.
For a degree program of required hours, this means any credits above will be subject to the surcharge. The law does allow for exceptions to the excess hour surcharge. All students should make every effort to enroll in and complete only those courses that are required for their degree program.
Repeating courses, changing majors and adding minors that are not required as part of a major may result in excess hours. Students should regularly review their degree audit and consult with an academic advisor to ensure that they are not enrolling in excess hours. To see more information about the bullet points above, click here for the Excess Hours Surcharge Frequently Asked Questions. Wilkes Honors College. To receive permission, the student must explain the reasons for the poor academic performance in past attempts and include a plan for success in the course on the next attempt.
Those students who are requesting permission to enroll in the same mathematics course for the third time or any subsequent attempt may be required to first enroll in and successfully complete a math boot camp. Satisfactory Academic Record To graduate from Florida Atlantic University, an undergraduate must achieve a satisfactory academic record.
A satisfactory academic record is defined as an average of "C" or better on all work attempted 2. Certain majors may require higher standards. Academic Probation Undergraduate students who fail to earn a satisfactory grade point average 2. Students on academic probation who fail to earn a 2.
Students on academic probation who earn a 2. Undergraduates on academic probation should seek assistance from their academic advisors in improving their academic performance. Academic probation is removed when an undergraduate student earns at least a 2. Suspension and Dismissal An undergraduate student on academic probation who fails to earn a 2.
If at any time after having once been suspended, an undergraduate student fails to earn a 2. Academic Actions for Freshmen First-semester freshmen who fail to earn a 2. The coursework taken must be chosen in consultation with an academic advisor. Those students who received a grade of "C-" or below, a Withdrawal W or an NC grade in their last mathematics course may be required, as well, to first enroll in and successfully complete a math boot camp. Those freshmen on academic suspension at the end of the spring semester will have the suspension deferred to enable them to take summer courses.
Suspension will be removed or applied at the end of the summer term based on the new GPA. Students who fail to enroll in a minimum of 6 credits of summer coursework at FAU will not be allowed to enroll in fall coursework. Returning After Suspension A suspended student is eligible to re-enroll after a minimum of one semester and will return on academic probation due to previous suspension.
All students returning from suspension are required to meet with an academic advisor, at which time the terms of re-enrollment will be specified. Students with 60 or more earned credits will meet with an academic advisor in their college. If a student is seeking admission to a college different from the original college, the petition process will include notifying the new college regarding the student's intent.
If at any time after having once been dismissed, an undergraduate student has a term and cumulative average below 2. Deferred Probation, Suspension and Dismissal If an undergraduate student takes a single course or a single course and linked laboratory in the summer and earns a semester GPA of less than a 2. In the event of deferred action, the student's academic status will remain the same as at the end of the semester preceding the summer term.
Dean's List The University recognizes superior academic performance at the end of each semester by the publication of a Dean's List for each college of the University. To be included in this list, an undergraduate student must complete a full-time load at least 12 credits with a grade point average of 3. The selection of Dean's List students is based on grades reported on the official grade reporting date for each semester. No changes are made to the list as a result of grade changes and removal of "I" grades.
President's List In recognition of superior academic achievement, the President's List is published at the end of each semester of the academic year. This list includes the names of all undergraduate students who have completed 12 or more credits and who have attained a grade point average of 4.
The selection of President's List students is based on grades reported on the official grade reporting date for each semester. Baccalaureate Degrees of Distinction FAU recognizes superior academic performance by granting baccalaureate degrees of distinction to undergraduates who have earned at least 45 credits at FAU as follows:. An undergraduate transfer student may qualify for a degree of distinction based on all work taken at the upper division other institutions and FAU , a minimum of 45 credits, if the student has not completed 45 credits at FAU.
An undergraduate earning a second baccalaureate may qualify for a degree of distinction based on all work completed at FAU, a minimum of 30 credits. All undergraduates receiving degrees of distinction must be recommended for that distinction by the faculty granting that degree. Timely Graduation for Undergraduate Students Florida Atlantic University is committed to ensuring that students admitted as undergraduates will make progress toward their degree and graduate in a timely manner.
The University will make every effort to employ the advising and academic support personnel necessary to ensure student success. Students also must take responsibility for timely graduation. They must learn their degree requirements as listed in this University Catalog. T hey must review their degree audit DARS as least once every semester. They must meet with an academic advisor and review progress toward their degree at least once every semester. The following rules apply:. To graduate within the timeframes specified above, students must successfully complete an average course load of 15 credits every semester.
Students should enroll in summer courses so as to lighten their load in semesters when taking particularly difficult courses and to ensure progress toward their degree. Students in degree programs requiring more than credits should take summer coursework in order to graduate in four years. All students entering FAU with fewer than 60 credits are required to earn a minimum of 9 credits in the summer.
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Students unable to graduate within the expected graduation timeframes and unable to take a full-time course load in any given semester must secure the approval of an academic advisor and establish a plan of study. These steps will ensure their continuing progression toward a degree. Students who wish to enroll part-time in their first semester fall or spring must change their status to non-degree seeking NDS.
All students who have completed credits or more must only enroll in classes required for graduation. Exceptions are allowed with academic advisor approval only for those students needing to maintain a full-time course load due to financial aid or other requirements. Upon completing all requirements for their degree, students will graduate and have the opportunity to participate in commencement exercises.
Those wishing to take additional courses after meeting degree requirements should consider a second baccalaureate degree, a graduate degree or coursework taken as a non-degree-seeking student. All students must understand that credits earned in excess of those hours required for the degree may be subject to excess hours surcharges mandated by the State of Florida. Students will need to carefully consider the ramifications of their course selection in consultation with an academic advisor. The addition of a minor or additional courses to their academic portfolio may sound appealing, but it also might result in considerable additional expense and a delay in degree completion.
A change of major, too, may have the same results. Students who have completed all requirements for their first major by the deadlines stipulated above must graduate, regardless of missing requirements for a minor, second major or certificate program. Students who have not completed their major requirements within the specified deadlines will graduate with a Bachelor of General Studies B. Students seeking an exception to this requirement should petition the student services office of the college overseeing their primary major.
Students allowed an exception to the policy must meet with an academic advisor at least once every semester and follow the plan of study stipulated by the college student services office. Minors, Certificate Programs, Second Majors, Dual Degrees and Change of Major To meet the graduation requirements outlined above, students must adhere to the following: Minors and Certificate Programs — Students must declare their minor or enroll in a certificate program after earning at least 45 credits but before completing the final 30 credits required to graduate.
Requests will be approved only if it is clear that the student can complete all requirements by the expected graduate date. Second Majors and Dual Degrees — Students must apply for the second major or dual degree after accumulating at least 45 credits but before completing the final 45 credits required to graduate. Requests will be approved only if it is clear that the student will meet all requirements by the expected graduate date. Change of Major — All students seeking to change their major must meet with an academic advisor and carefully devise a plan of study to ensure a timely graduation.
A change of major will not be considered for students who have completed 75 or more credits of coursework, unless there is a clear expectation that the graduation timeframe requirement will be met. Exceptions to Timely Graduation Requirements Students seeking an exception to any Timely Graduation requirement should petition the student services office of the college overseeing their primary major.
Graduation Policy for Undergraduate Students Florida Atlantic University helps students meet their academic goals by monitoring academic progress toward their degree. If an undergraduate student has completed his or her respective degree requirements, the academic dean of the student's program confirms this and the student is eligible to be awarded the degree. The University reserves the right to award the degree. Once the degree is awarded, the student must be readmitted to Florida Atlantic University in order to enroll in any courses. Students pursuing double majors or dual degrees must formally notify their academic dean of their intent.
Undergraduate students pursuing dual degrees in different disciplines must obtain formal approval of their academic dean, following established University procedures for such approvals. For further details, refer to the Double Majors information in this catalog section. Petitions Academic Petitions Process Students are expected to be familiar with and to conform to the regulations of the University.
An academic petition may be filed when a particular academic requirement or regulation causes undue hardship for the student. Please note that this process does not concern itself with grade reviews see University Regulations, Chapter 4, Regulation 4. Degree-seeking undergraduate students with declared majors submit their petitions to their college's student services office.
Degree-seeking students with undeclared majors and non-degree-seeking students submit their petitions to University Advising Services. The procedures to file an academic petition are as follows:. Petitioner must fill out an Undergraduate Petition form. The form may be picked up at the college's student services office or at University Advising Services. The petitioner must attach any pertinent information in support of the petition i.
Students should consult their college's student services office or University Advising Services for advice on the type of documentation needed. A typewritten statement describing the extenuating circumstances of the petitioner's request must be submitted with the Undergraduate Petition form. Petitioner must return, signed and dated, the original page of the completed petition form to the college's student services office or University Advising Services, whichever applies.
The decision of the college or University Advising Services will be communicated to the petitioner in writing by mail or by email. No petitions will be accepted after the student has graduated with a bachelor's degree.
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Petitions related to academic withdrawals will not be accepted after one academic year from the end of the semester in which the course was taken. Academic Appeals Appeals of petition decisions should be directed to the college dean or, in the case of decisions made by University Advising Services, to the dean of Undergraduate Studies. Fee Petitions Contact the Controller's Office if the petition relates to refunds, waivers or withdrawal from courses for other than exceptional circumstances.
Other Petitions Withdrawal for exceptional circumstances is a type of petition for which the Office of Student Affairs is responsible. This type of petition is discussed in detail in two sections of this University Catalog: above in this section and in the Tuition, Fees and Refunds section. Additional Policies for Graduate Students. Academic Appeals Exceptions to graduate policies and procedures must be submitted for approval using Form Request to Waive a University Requirement.
All requests must be reviewed by the degree-granting program, the appropriate college dean and the dean of the Graduate College. Academic Progression Plan Graduate students not meeting minimum academic standards may be required to submit a signed and completed Academic Progression Plan APP to the Graduate College to continue in their program of study. The minimum University-wide, cumulative GPA requirement for degree-seeking graduate students is a 3.
Note: Individual graduate programs may specify more stringent or specialized requirements beyond this minimum requirement. If required to do so, students will develop an APP with their academic advisor or program coordinator, gather the necessary signatures and submit the form to the Graduate College.
The advisor or program coordinator may recommend dismissal instead of developing and approving an APP. In this case, the graduate program will initiate the dismissal process. Students with an approved APP who are successfully following its requirements may continue in their graduate degree program. Students are required to follow the prescribed plan until such time as all conditions in the plan have been satisfied. For a student who fails to meet the requirements stipulated in the APP, the graduate program will initiate the dismissal process unless a revised APP is submitted and approved by the Graduate College.
A revised APP will be required if the department does not recommend dismissal, and pending acceptance by the dean of the Graduate College, the student will be allowed to continue in the degree program. A graduate student who is dismissed and subsequently enrolls as a non-degree-seeking graduate student, or as a graduate student at another institution, may not have this coursework count toward fulfilling degree requirements should the student ever be readmitted into the same graduate program at FAU. Exceptions to this graduate policy and procedure must be submitted for approval using Form Official Graduate Change of Program.
All requests must be approved by the academic college and reviewed by the Graduate College. Continuous Enrollment Graduate students are required to enroll for at least 1 credit during at least two semesters fall, spring or summer of every academic year in order to remain eligible for the degree. Students who have been admitted to candidacy normally should enroll in the Thesis or Dissertation course in their departments. Those who have not yet been admitted to candidacy, but do not need to take additional courses, should enroll in an appropriate Directed Independent Study course or Advanced Research course.
Students who fail to maintain continuous enrollment, as defined above, lose their eligibility for the degree. In addition, students may be required to register for additional credits of Directed Independent Study, Thesis or Dissertation in an amount equal to the number of such credits missed while not continuously enrolled. Graduate students may petition to take fewer credits and maintain full-time graduate student status.
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Students must meet the eligibility guidelines below to submit the petition Form Request to Waive a University Requirement and must satisfy at least one of the following four conditions:. Master's degree students who have completed all required coursework as listed on their approved Plan of Study and are only enrolled in thesis credits may petition to be classified as full-time graduate students with an enrollment of at least 3 credits.
Doctoral degree students who have advanced to candidacy, have completed all required coursework as listed on their approved Plan of Study and are only enrolled in dissertation credits may petition to be classified as full-time graduate students with an enrollment of at least 3 credits. All graduate students in their last semester of study, as verified by their approved Plan of Study, may petition to be classified as full-time graduate students with an enrollment of the remaining credits needed to complete their degree. Enrolled in the minimum number of credits as stipulated by one of the four applicable conditions above.
Be in good academic standing eligible to return at FAU and at any institution attended since the last period of enrollment at FAU. Provide official transcripts to the Graduate College from any institution attended since the last period of enrollment at FAU. Submit proof of conformity to the Measles Immunization Policy of the State University System for graduate students under the age of 40 who have not previously submitted this information.
Students who were enrolled without being fully admitted into a graduate degree program will not be eligible to return. Returning students will be admitted under the catalog guidelines in place at the time of re-admission. Recency of Credits No credit that is more than 10 years old at the time the Florida Atlantic University graduate degree is awarded may be counted toward that degree. Credits transferred into or applied to an FAU program are considered earned in the first semester of enrollment at FAU. Note: Individual graduate programs may have stricter recency of credit time limits.
Residence Requirements All graduate degree-seeking students must register for at least one credit in the term in which the degree is to be awarded. The residence requirement for all graduate degrees will be determined by the graduate program offering the degree. Satisfactory Academic Performance To remain in good academic standing, each graduate student at Florida Atlantic University must maintain a satisfactory record.
A cumulative 3. This is the minimum quality necessary for a graduate degree at Florida Atlantic University. Note: Individual degree programs may have higher academic performance standards. Transfer Credits Master's programs may accept a maximum of 6 graduate credits earned from another institution beyond a baccalaureate degree. Doctoral programs may accept a maximum of 36 credits earned elsewhere in an approved graduate program.
A maximum of 6 graduate credits earned from another institution in a non-degree-seeking status may be transferred. The Graduate College reserves the right to request a professional evaluation of credits transferred from universities outside the U. Acceptance of transfer credits for a course is dependent upon the following provisions:. The student received a grade of 3. The course was taken at a regionally accredited institution.
The course is relevant to the graduate program in which the student is accepted, as judged by the graduate or supervisory committee of the department or program. The course is listed on the official transcript received by the Graduate College. The course was completed within six years preceding admission to the program. Since many graduate programs do not accept transfer credits that have been applied to a completed degree, the student should consult the department offering the degree.
See individual departments for particular degree requirements. Withdrawal A graduate student who wishes to officially withdraw from a graduate program must complete and submit a Form Graduate Program Official Withdrawal to the Graduate College. To access the form, please visit the Graduate College website. Acceleration Mechanisms for Undergraduate Students FAU participates in numerous programs that afford students the opportunity to accelerate their degree programs if they so desire.
The accelerated programs and policies appear below. Note: Test scores and credits awarded under each program are subject to change when mandated by the state. The scores and credits listed in the current catalog at the time the test is taken will determine the credits that will be awarded. Credit earned in this manner will be treated as transfer credit. The State University System of Florida offers a program of about 80 courses by correspondence through the Division of Continuing Education of the University of Florida. Program information and course details may be obtained here , or by calling the Division of Continuing Education at the University of Florida: or Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses Undergraduate students within 20 credits of fulfilling their baccalaureate degree requirements and who have at least a 3.
A maximum of 10 graduate credits, taken before the student has fulfilled the baccalaureate degree requirements, may be applied to a graduate program with the approval of the department. No credits applied toward the undergraduate degree may be used to fulfill requirements for the graduate degree unless specifically approved. Undergraduate students who do not meet the above stated criteria may petition to enroll in graduate courses. A transcript must be attached to the form. Credit will not be awarded for examinations covering the same areas or for comparable college courses already completed.
Students are urged to consult with the dean of their college in order to ascertain which examinations would be appropriate for their degree program. A maximum of 45 credits may be earned by examination. Students may earn credits for Advanced Placement examinations taken in high schools as specified below. Official test scores sent directly from the testing center to Florida Atlantic University are required in order to award credit.
To request official scores and for information visit the AP website or call Minimum scores are subject to change at any time. Official scores must be sent to FAU from the testing center. Scores cannot be posted from other institutions' transcripts. To obtain official scores, visit the CLEP website. For a Transcript Request form and other pertinent information or call Higher-level students also study a year period between and the present in one of several regions.
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