Programs and Courses
A Degree Program is a course of study offered by one of the many prestigious UCF colleges that leads to a respective baccalaureate degree. At UCF, there are more than 100 majors to choose from—it's all here.
A Minor is a complement to a bachelor's degree program/major requiring at least 18 credit hours in a field. Students strongly are urged to declare a minor as early as possible. An undergraduate Certificate is an optional supplement to the bachelor's degree program/major.
Accelerated Undergraduate–Graduate Programs allow highly-qualified University of Central Florida undergraduate majors in a select few programs to begin taking graduate level courses that will count toward their master's degree while completing their baccalaureate degree program. In addition students interested in nursing who hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university may participate in an option to receive a B.S.N. as a second degree.
The University offers four specialized degree programs for students who have graduated from a Florida College System institution with an A.S. in the following programs: Applied Science, Criminal Justice Technology, Hospitality Management, and Nursing.
The University does not offer all of the courses above each academic year, academic semester, or term. Consult the online Class Schedule for those courses offered each semester/term. At the end of each course description is information on the planned scheduling of the course and any applicable Material and Supply (M&S) Fee.