Senior Scholars Program
As an undergraduate, you can take up to 9 hours of 5000-level courses and apply them to a graduate program. Make sure you have program-approval to have courses automatically apply when admitted into the corresponding graduate program.
Is the Graduate Program in which you’re interested not the same as your Undergraduate Program?
When thinking about Graduate School, your undergraduate degree does not always have to be in the same major as the graduate program you are thinking of pursuing. Check with the program you’re interested in to find out what pre-requisites may be needed, if any.
If you are not quite ready to apply to a graduate program, but you want to try out graduate coursework, you can easily apply online as a post-baccalaureate student and take graduate courses. Up to nine hours of coursework taken prior to admission into a graduate program could be applied to that graduate program. (Note: Overrides or special permission may be needed.)
Evening, and Weekend Programs
Many of UCF’s graduate programs offer night, evening, and weekend courses to accommodate working professionals. Check with the program you’re interested in to find out when the majority of their courses are offered.
Online@UCF offers upper-division and graduate level courses and programs via the the world wide Web. UCF’s online courses are provided on the WebCT delivery platform. Many of these courses and programs can be completed by students at a distance.
Graduate Certificate Programs
A number of Graduate Certificate Programs are available to recent graduates. These programs offer a specialization, but not a degree, in many areas that may supplement or enhance your baccalaureate degree. You do not need to be a student in the college or program that is offering the certificate program. For a complete listing of these programs, visit the UCF Graduate Catalog
Lee Anne Kirkpatrick, Director
Teresa Dorman, Asst. Dean & Director
For more information, contact your program advisor or COS Advising Services