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    Florida State College at Jacksonville
   
 
  Nov 17, 2019
 
2018-2019 Catalog [Aug. 2018-Aug. 2019] 
    
2018-2019 Catalog [Aug. 2018-Aug. 2019] [Archived Catalog]

Academics: Bachelor's Degree Admissions Requirements


The bachelor's degree is an upper-level degree for students who have earned an Associate in Science or Associate in Arts degree or 60 hours of transferable college credit and wish to pursue further education. This program meets the Florida Department of Education requirements for the baccalaureate degree and respects the content of the associate degree through the appropriate transfer of credits per s. 1007.23 F.S. The bachelor's degree enhances the students' career education while providing the management, leadership, critical thinking and communication skills that will both promote their ability to progress in their careers and enrich their personal and civic life.

Bachelor's Degree Admissions Requirements
  1. Applicants interested in a B.A.S. or B.S. program should submit a bachelor's degree admissions application.
  2. Applicants must have earned an Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Arts (A.A.) or 60 hours of transferable college credit or higher degree with a GPA of 2.0 or above from a regionally accredited college or university prior to the start of their the first term of enrollment.
  3. Applicants must provide a copy of their official college transcript(s). Applicants not currently enrolled in Florida State College at Jacksonville and/or who are transferring college-credit courses are required to have a copy of their official transcript(s) sent directly from the college or university to Student Records, Florida State College at Jacksonville, P.O. Box 40515, Jacksonville, FL 32203-0515.

Bachelor's Degree College Level Academic Skills (CLAS) Requirements

Note: Effective July 1, 2011, the CLAS requirement for degree completion is no longer required (House Bill 7151).