Below are some commonly asked questions by prospective students in the USF College of Education.
Read the Undergraduate Admissions Requirements for step by step information. Get Good Advice!, then select & submit the appropriate USF College of Education Application for the program you are interested in. If you are interested in one of the Master of Arts (MAT) programs review the MAT Admission Information.
Initial credit is given by the USF Office of Admissions. Additional evaluation of course credit for prerequisites and courses found in the upper-level curriculum is facilitated by individual departments. Your academic advisor can assist you in this process.
While courses are offered in the evening for a variety of majors, all majors require at least one semester of daytime commitments (some majors require more). These commitments will allow you to complete your Internship Requirements. Part time program options are currently being developed: contact Dr. Stacy Hahn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in more information.
The difference between a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree is dependent on how you complete your foreign language requirement. If you only meet the University's Foreign Language Entrance Requirement (FLENT), you will have met the requirements to receive a B.S. degree. If you meet the University's Foreign Language Exit Requirement (FLEX), you may be eligible for a B.A. degree. This is your choice for some of our programs, but not all, so Get Good Advice! with your academic advisor to ensure your program offers both options.