Undergraduate

Department Progression

The degree program progression requirements are outlined in the USF Undergraduate Catalog. Information on this page does not supersede the catalog. The catalog is the definitive source for all requirements. Progression requirements are described below. Prior to academic year 2020-21, the term “admission” was used instead of progression. Note that there are additional minimum grade requirements in key classes for progression, consult the catalog.

Computer Science

The USF Undergraduate Catalog academic year 2020-21 states:

"All students must complete the equivalent of USF Composition I & II, Engineering Calculus I & II, and Calculus-based General Physics I & II (with labs) with minimum grades of C in each course (grades of C- are insufficient). The minimum overall average GPA in these six courses required for progression to the upper division is between 3.0 and 3.5 for any given year. The minimum acceptable average GPA will be posted on the Department’s website one year prior to the Fall Semester that the revised GPA is applicable. The computed GPA is based on the best attempts in these courses. These requirements must be met with a maximum of two attempts allowed for each course. "

Starting in Fall 2020, the minimum GPA in the six above noted courses for progression in the Computer Science program is 3.30.

Computer Engineering

The USF Undergraduate Catalog academic year 2020-21 states:

"All students must complete the equivalent of USF Composition I & II, Engineering Calculus I & II, and Calculus-based General Physics I & II (with Labs) with minimum grades of C in each course (grades of C- are insufficient). The minimum overall average GPA in these six courses required for progression to the upper division is between 3.0 and 3.5 for any given year. The minimum acceptable average GPA will be posted on the Department’s website one year prior to the Fall Semester that the revised GPA is applicable. The computed GPA is based on the best attempts in these courses. These requirements must be met with a maximum of two attempts allowed for each course."

Starting in Fall 2020, the minimum GPA in the six above noted courses for progression in the Computer Engineering program is 3.30.

Information Technology

The USF Undergraduate Catalog for academic year 2020-21 states:

"All students must complete the equivalent of USF Discrete Mathematics (MAD 2104), Introductory Statistics (STA 2023, Conceptual Physics (PHY 2020), and Pre-calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry (MAC 1147) with minimum grades of C in each course (grades of C- are insufficient). The minimum overall average GPA in these four courses required for progression to the upper division is between 2.0 and 3.5 for any given year. The minimum acceptable average GPA will be posted on the department’s website one year prior to the Fall semester that the revised GPA is applicable. The computed GPA is based on the best attempts in these courses. These requirements must be met with a maximum of two attempts allowed for each course."

Starting in Fall 2020, the minimum GPA in the four above noted courses for progression in the Information Technology program is 3.00.

Cybersecurity

The USF Undergraduate Catalog for academic year 2020-21 states:

"All students must complete the equivalent of USF Discrete Mathematics (MAD 2104), Introductory Statistics (STA 2023), Conceptual Physics (PHY 2020), and Pre-calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry (MAC 1147) with minimum grades of C in each course (grades of C- are insufficient). The minimum overall average GPA in these four courses required for progression to the upper division is between 2.0 and 3.5 for any given year. The minimum acceptable average GPA will be posted on the Department’s website one year prior to the Fall Semester that the revised GPA is applicable. The computed GPA is based on the best attempts in these courses. These requirements must be met with a maximum of two attempts allowed for each course."

Starting in Fall 2020, the minimum GPA in the four above noted courses for progression in the Cybersecurity program is 3.00.