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 five specialized degree programs for students who have graduated from a Florida College System with an A.S. degree in one of the following five programs: Applied Science, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Hospitality Management, and Nursing.