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Miami

TAMPA

USF Tampa

FLORIDA

Dallas Atlanta

Orlando NASA

Los Angeles Charleston Denver San Francisco

Washington DC Chicago Detroit

USA

New York

Portland Seattle

DISCOVER REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITIES

WHY CHOOSE USF

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

MASTER’S

BACHELOR’S

DOCTORATE

● This USF degree program is available through direct entry A Pathway program can lead to this degree and this USF degree is available through direct entry Graduate Pathway programs leading to master’s degrees are listed below in green

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND COMMUNITY SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

From our new multi-screen gaming center, to sophisticated labs in our new Interdisciplinary Sciences building, to the Steinway pianos in the new School of Music, USF boasts exceptional facilities.

Africana Studies

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Adult Education

Aging Studies

American Studies

Applied Behavior Analysis

Anthropology

Audiology (Post-Bacc)

Anthropology (Applied) Biology

Aural (Re) Habilitation (Post-Bacc)

● ●

● ●

Economics

English

● ●

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Intellectual Disabilities

Career and Technical Education

● ● ●

● ●

Foreign Languages Education

● ● ● ●

School Psychology

Business Economics

Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology

Social Sciences Education

General Business Administration

Special Education: (Behavior Disorders, Gifted, Intellectual Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Motor Disabilities)

Entrepreneurship in Applied Technologies

Hospitality Management

● ●

Elementary Education

Exercise Science

Physical Education Reading Education

Accounting Advertising

Science Education

Business Administration (MBA)

Educational Leadership Educational Program Development

English Education Exceptional Child Education

● ●

Mathematics Education

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ● ● ● ● ●

COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCE

International Business

Marine Science

Management Management Information Systems

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Marketing

Athletic Training

Real Estate

Bioethics and Medical Humanities

Bioinformatics and Computational Bio

Biotechnology

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Medical Sciences

Biomedical Engineering

Medical Sciences

● ●

Civil Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Engineering Management

Medicine

Pharmacy

Physical Therapy

Physician Assistant Studies

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Engineering Science

Environmental Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Information Technology

Health Administration

Public Health

Mechanical Engineering

COLLEGE OF NURSING Nursing Science

Materials Science and Engineering

Early Childhood Education

Criminal Justice Administration Criminology

Long Term Care Administration Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Social Work Speech - Language Pathology (Post.Bacc.)

Environmental Biology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Science and Policy French Geography Geography and Environmental Science and Policy Geology

Government

Finance

Health Sciences History Humanities Information Studies Interdisciplinary - Classical Civilizations Interdisciplinary - Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary - Social Sciences

Sport and Entertainment Management

International Studies Italian

Liberal Arts

Chemical Engineering

Library and Information Science Linguistics

Linguistics: English as a Second Language Mass Communications Material Science and Engineering Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology

Physics Physics (Applied)

Counselor Education Curriculum and Instruction

Behavioral Health Care

Biomedical Sciences

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Cancer Biology Chemistry Classics

Gerontology

Communication Creative Writing

BECOME A GLOBAL CITIZEN

Enjoy USF’s international flavor, created by our culturally diverse students, faculty and research partners. As you interact, you’ll gain new perspectives about yourself and the world.

German

WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS

USF offers more than 230 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level. Students have the freedom to explore, choose and develop their precise academic passions.

Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies

DYNAMIC RESEARCH

As a top 50 public research institution, USF is a research powerhouse. Students are encouraged to pursue interdisciplinary research opportunities as early as their freshman year.

Philosophy

OUTSTANDING VALUE

USF offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the U.S., plus scholarships for international students. Students also have access to career enhancing internships with some of the world’s top companies.

Nursing/Registered Nurse

Political Science Psychology

Public Administration (MPA)

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

COLLEGE OF GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY

Architecture

Global Sustainability

Art

Public Relations Religious Studies

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

● ●

Art Studio

General Studies

Dance Music

HONORS COLLEGE

Music Studies

Individualized Interdisciplinary Honors Research/Comparative Studies

Statistics Urban and Regional Planning

Music Education

Theatre

Women‘s and Gender Studies

Art History

Applied Science

Russian Second Language Acquisition & Instructional Technology Sociology Spanish

METROPOLITAN LOCATION

Tampa boasts an average temperature of 28° C and 360 days of sunshine a year. Busch Gardens, six professional sports teams, numerous cultural amenities and beaches make this the ideal place.

BACHELOR’S

MASTER’S

DOCTORATE

BACHELOR’S

MASTER’S

DOCTORATE

Urban and Community Design

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Academic English – A semester-long program for students who intend to study in a degree-seeking program at a U.S. university. •• 14 weeks in Fall and Spring, 12 weeks in Summer •• January 13, 2014; May 12, 2014; September 2, 2014; January 12, 2015; May 11, 2015

General English – A short-term program for students of all levels of English who want to improve their English for social, academic and professional situations, while learning about American culture. •• 4-48 weeks, monthly start dates

Summer Youth English – Students aged 14-18 live on a college campus and learn English during the summer. The program offers students a first-hand experience of university life as they study, live and interact with students and faculty at USF’s campus. •• 2 weeks, June 15 OR July 13, 2014

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Education Counselor

T: +1 813-905-4686 E: INTOadmissions@usf.edu

T: +1 813-974-3350 E: International@usf.edu

INTO University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, FAO 100 Tampa, Florida 33620 USA

University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SVC 1036 Tampa, Florida 33620 USA

Miami

Miami

TAMPA

USF Tampa

FLORIDA

Dallas Atlanta

Orlando NASA

Los Angeles Charleston Denver San Francisco

Washington DC Chicago Detroit

USA

New York

Portland Seattle

DISCOVER REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITIES A Pathway program can lead to this degree and this USF degree is available through direct entry

From our new multi-screen gaming center, to sophisticated labs in our new Interdisciplinary Sciences building, to the Steinway pianos in the new School of Music, USF boasts exceptional facilities.

BECOME A GLOBAL CITIZEN

Africana Studies

Anthropology

● ●

Classics Communication

Creative Writing

● ●

Environmental Biology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Science and Policy French Geography

USF offers more than 230 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level. Students have the freedom to explore, choose and develop their precise academic passions.

● ●

Geology

Government

Interdisciplinary - Social Sciences International Studies

METROPOLITAN LOCATION

Tampa boasts an average temperature of 28° C and 360 days of sunshine a year. Busch Gardens, six professional sports teams, numerous cultural amenities and beaches make this the ideal place.

Gerontology

Long Term Care Administration Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling

Social Work

Speech - Language Pathology (Post.Bacc.)

General Business Administration Entrepreneurship in Applied Technologies

Sport and Entertainment Management

DOCTORATE

MASTER’S

English Education

Exceptional Child Education

Foreign Languages Education

Mathematics Education

Physical Education

Reading Education

School Psychology

Science Education

Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology

Social Sciences Education

Special Education: (Behavior Disorders, Gifted, Intellectual Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Motor Disabilities)

Bioethics and Medical Humanities

Bioinformatics and Computational Bio

Biotechnology

Medical Sciences

Medical Sciences

● ●

Civil Engineering

Pharmacy

Computer Science and Engineering

● ●

Microbiology

Industrial Engineering

Information Technology

Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Studies

● ●

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Environmental Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Health Administration

Public Health

COLLEGE OF NURSING Nursing Science

Materials Science and Engineering

Elementary Education

Medicine

Medical Technology

Physics (Applied)

● ●

Chemical Engineering

Engineering Science

Educational Leadership

Athletic Training

Real Estate

Engineering Management

Physics

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Electrical Engineering

Early Childhood Education

Marine Science

COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCE

Biomedical Engineering

Counselor Education

Exercise Science

Business Economics

Hospitality Management

BACHELOR’S

DOCTORATE

Mathematics

Philosophy

USF offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the U.S., plus scholarships for international students. Students also have access to career enhancing internships with some of the world’s top companies.

Criminology

Educational Program Development

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ●

Mass Communications

OUTSTANDING VALUE

Marketing

Interdisciplinary - Natural Sciences

Material Science and Engineering

Criminal Justice Administration

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Intellectual Disabilities Career and Technical Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Management Information Systems

Interdisciplinary - Classical Civilizations

Linguistics: English as a Second Language

Management

Information Studies

Library and Information Science

As a top 50 public research institution, USF is a research powerhouse. Students are encouraged to pursue interdisciplinary research opportunities as early as their freshman year.

Aural (Re) Habilitation (Post-Bacc)

International Business

Humanities

Linguistics

Finance

Health Sciences

Liberal Arts

Business Administration (MBA)

Italian

DYNAMIC RESEARCH

Audiology (Post-Bacc)

Advertising

Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies

Accounting

Geography and Environmental Science and Policy

History

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ●

German

WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS

Applied Behavior Analysis

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Cancer Biology

English

Adult Education

Behavioral Health Care

Biomedical Sciences

Economics

Enjoy USF’s international flavor, created by our culturally diverse students, faculty and research partners. As you interact, you’ll gain new perspectives about yourself and the world.

Biology

Chemistry

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Aging Studies

American Studies

Anthropology (Applied)

MASTER’S

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND COMMUNITY SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

BACHELOR’S

Graduate Pathway programs leading to master’s degrees are listed below in green

DOCTORATE

MASTER’S

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BACHELOR’S

WHY CHOOSE USF

● This USF degree program is available through direct entry

Nursing/Registered Nurse

● ●

Political Science Psychology

COLLEGE OF GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

Public Administration (MPA)

Global Sustainability

Architecture Art

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

Art History

Applied Science

Art Studio

General Studies

Dance

HONORS COLLEGE

Public Relations Religious Studies Russian Second Language Acquisition & Instructional Technology Sociology

Spanish

Statistics

Individualized Interdisciplinary Honors Research/Comparative Studies

Music

Music Education

Urban and Regional Planning

Theatre

Women‘s and Gender Studies

Urban and Community Design

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Academic English – A semester-long program for students who intend to study in a degree-seeking program at a U.S. university. •• 14 weeks in Fall and Spring, 12 weeks in Summer •• January 13, 2014; May 12, 2014; September 2, 2014; January 12, 2015; May 11, 2015

General English – A short-term program for students of all levels of English who want to improve their English for social, academic and professional situations, while learning about American culture. •• 4-48 weeks, monthly start dates

Music Studies

Summer Youth English – Students aged 14-18 live on a college campus and learn English during the summer. The program offers students a first-hand experience of university life as they study, live and interact with students and faculty at USF’s campus. •• 2 weeks, June 15 OR July 13, 2014

USF INTL Brochure 2014-15 Update v2.indd 1

8/14/13 5:01 PM

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rn erview for Inte l Degrees, ster’s, Doctora Admissions Ov Bachelor’s, Ma Programs lish Language Pathway & Eng ational Studen

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ts

Education Counselor

T: +1 813-905-4686 E: INTOadmissions@usf.edu

T: +1 813-974-3350 E: International@usf.edu

INTO University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, FAO 100 Tampa, Florida 33620 USA

University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SVC 1036 Tampa, Florida 33620 USA

Miami

Miami

TAMPA

USF Tampa

FLORIDA

Dallas Atlanta

Orlando NASA

Los Angeles Charleston Denver San Francisco

Washington DC Chicago Detroit

USA

New York

Portland Seattle

DISCOVER REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITIES A Pathway program can lead to this degree and this USF degree is available through direct entry

From our new multi-screen gaming center, to sophisticated labs in our new Interdisciplinary Sciences building, to the Steinway pianos in the new School of Music, USF boasts exceptional facilities.

BECOME A GLOBAL CITIZEN

Africana Studies

Anthropology

● ●

Classics Communication

Creative Writing

● ●

Environmental Biology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Science and Policy French Geography

USF offers more than 230 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level. Students have the freedom to explore, choose and develop their precise academic passions.

● ●

Geology

Government

Interdisciplinary - Social Sciences International Studies

METROPOLITAN LOCATION

Tampa boasts an average temperature of 28° C and 360 days of sunshine a year. Busch Gardens, six professional sports teams, numerous cultural amenities and beaches make this the ideal place.

Gerontology

Long Term Care Administration Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling

Social Work

Speech - Language Pathology (Post.Bacc.)

General Business Administration Entrepreneurship in Applied Technologies

Sport and Entertainment Management

DOCTORATE

MASTER’S

English Education

Exceptional Child Education

Foreign Languages Education

Mathematics Education

Physical Education

Reading Education

School Psychology

Science Education

Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology

Social Sciences Education

Special Education: (Behavior Disorders, Gifted, Intellectual Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Motor Disabilities)

Bioethics and Medical Humanities

Bioinformatics and Computational Bio

Biotechnology

Medical Sciences

Medical Sciences

● ●

Civil Engineering

Pharmacy

Computer Science and Engineering

● ●

Microbiology

Industrial Engineering

Information Technology

Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Studies

● ●

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Environmental Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Health Administration

Public Health

COLLEGE OF NURSING Nursing Science

Materials Science and Engineering

Elementary Education

Medicine

Medical Technology

Physics (Applied)

● ●

Chemical Engineering

Engineering Science

Educational Leadership

Athletic Training

Real Estate

Engineering Management

Physics

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Electrical Engineering

Early Childhood Education

Marine Science

COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCE

Biomedical Engineering

Counselor Education

Exercise Science

Business Economics

Hospitality Management

BACHELOR’S

DOCTORATE

Mathematics

Philosophy

USF offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the U.S., plus scholarships for international students. Students also have access to career enhancing internships with some of the world’s top companies.

Criminology

Educational Program Development

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ●

Mass Communications

OUTSTANDING VALUE

Marketing

Interdisciplinary - Natural Sciences

Material Science and Engineering

Criminal Justice Administration

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Intellectual Disabilities Career and Technical Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Management Information Systems

Interdisciplinary - Classical Civilizations

Linguistics: English as a Second Language

Management

Information Studies

Library and Information Science

As a top 50 public research institution, USF is a research powerhouse. Students are encouraged to pursue interdisciplinary research opportunities as early as their freshman year.

Aural (Re) Habilitation (Post-Bacc)

International Business

Humanities

Linguistics

Finance

Health Sciences

Liberal Arts

Business Administration (MBA)

Italian

DYNAMIC RESEARCH

Audiology (Post-Bacc)

Advertising

Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies

Accounting

Geography and Environmental Science and Policy

History

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ●

German

WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS

Applied Behavior Analysis

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Cancer Biology

English

Adult Education

Behavioral Health Care

Biomedical Sciences

Economics

Enjoy USF’s international flavor, created by our culturally diverse students, faculty and research partners. As you interact, you’ll gain new perspectives about yourself and the world.

Biology

Chemistry

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Aging Studies

American Studies

Anthropology (Applied)

MASTER’S

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND COMMUNITY SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

BACHELOR’S

Graduate Pathway programs leading to master’s degrees are listed below in green

DOCTORATE

MASTER’S

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BACHELOR’S

WHY CHOOSE USF

● This USF degree program is available through direct entry

Nursing/Registered Nurse

● ●

Political Science Psychology

COLLEGE OF GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

Public Administration (MPA)

Global Sustainability

Architecture Art

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

Art History

Applied Science

Art Studio

General Studies

Dance

HONORS COLLEGE

Public Relations Religious Studies Russian Second Language Acquisition & Instructional Technology Sociology

Spanish

Statistics

Individualized Interdisciplinary Honors Research/Comparative Studies

Music

Music Education

Urban and Regional Planning

Theatre

Women‘s and Gender Studies

Urban and Community Design

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Academic English – A semester-long program for students who intend to study in a degree-seeking program at a U.S. university. •• 14 weeks in Fall and Spring, 12 weeks in Summer •• January 13, 2014; May 12, 2014; September 2, 2014; January 12, 2015; May 11, 2015

General English – A short-term program for students of all levels of English who want to improve their English for social, academic and professional situations, while learning about American culture. •• 4-48 weeks, monthly start dates

Music Studies

Summer Youth English – Students aged 14-18 live on a college campus and learn English during the summer. The program offers students a first-hand experience of university life as they study, live and interact with students and faculty at USF’s campus. •• 2 weeks, June 15 OR July 13, 2014

USF IS A HIGH-IMPACT GLOBAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY COMMITTED TO STUDENT SUCCESS

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

RANKINGS Top 5 “up and comer” university

Top 40 most diverse public universities in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

$17,324 $9,250 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 5

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance Total

$33,972

Entry Requirements

Direct University Admission

Cost of Attendance

Academic Requirements

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 3.0 GPA out of 4.0 OR equivalent • GRE or GMAT (Score program dependent)

$21,126 $10,400 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 6

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance Total

$38,924

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Top 40 on the list of “best buy colleges” for affordability (Forbes, 2012)

Top 50 Research University in the U.S. (National Science Foundation, 2012)

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

GPA & Test Scores

IB Score

USF IB World Scholars Award and USF Green & Gold Presidential Award

$51,600 (up to $15,000 per year)* $390 per credit

N/A

39+

USF Green & Gold Presidential Award (Freshmen only)

$39,600 (up to $12,000 per year)* $300 per credit

4.0 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1300+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or

37-38

USF Green & Gold Directors Award (Freshmen only)

$26,400 (up to $8,000 per year)* $200 per credit

3.8 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1210+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or

35-36

USF Green & Gold Scholars Award (Freshmen only)

$13,200 (up to $4,000 per year)* $100 per credit

3.6 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1130+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1680+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 25+ ACT

33-34

USF International Student Scholarship (Freshmen only)

$2,000 ($500 per year)*

3.5 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1050+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1550+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 23+ ACT

N/A

Cumulative post-secondary GPA of 3.5 or higher with a minimum of 60 transferable credit hours

N/A

INTO USF ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

ABOUT USF

Academic Requirements

Number of Countries Represented: More than 150 Alumni: USF has more than 260,000 alumni representing all 50 states and 117 countries.

Language Requirements

Accreditation: Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Undergraduate Standard Pathway

Graduate Accelerated Pathway

Graduate Standard Pathway

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+

• TOEFL 60-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR

• TOEFL 65-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

42nd Street

Hope Lodge ACS

USF H awth orn Dr iv

19 Life Science Annex LSA

USF Hawthorn Drive

Life Science (Biology) LIF

USF Beard Drive

Juniper-Poplar Hall JPH

24 8A

Juniper Dining USF Magnolia Drive

47A

USF Pine Drive

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MAC

MAA

Magnolia Apartments University Diagnostic Institute UDI

MAH

MAG

Magnolia Fields Complex MFC

Botanical Gardens GAR

8B

MAD

MAE

MAF

MAB

Bio-Science BSF

Science Center SCA Nanotech Engineering Center Teaching NTA Auditorium ENA

2C

Building II ENB

29A

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Embassy Suites Hotel ESH

Research & Development BPB

Campus Information Center CIC

Engineering Building III

East Fowler Avenue

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Interdisciplinary Science Building

USF Maple Drive

USF Birch

$9,600

$9,600

$1,000

$1,000

$500

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$39,980

$43,780

$28,385

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GVK–L

Andros EastCenter Fletcher Avenue

Education (EDU)

Argos Center

Library (LIB)

Champion’s Choice

Marshall Student Center (MSC)

5E

Student Health Services (SHS)

Social Science (SOC)

Juniper-Poplar Hall

Engineering (ENG,ENB,ENC,NTA,CUT)

Magnolia Apartments

updated USF Holly Drive

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Champions Choice Dining Hall

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Social INTO USFScience Center SOC

University Chapel Fellowship WFC

Tennis Courts

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MALL Champion’s Choice Dining DIN

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Comm. & Info. Sciences CIS

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Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions CGS

Andros Cen

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Champion

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Softball Stadium SCD

22F

23B

Dining Halls

Juniper-Po USF Elm Drive

College of Business

Patel Partnership School USF Alumni Driv e CSC

USF Sago Drive

Social Scie

Holly Apartm

Education (E

Library (LIB

Preschool for Creative Learning (ERCCD) ERC

23T

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Residence Ha

Baseball Stadium BCD

Sun Dome SUN

22E

18T

Soccer Stadium SPS USF Elm Drive

Pam & Les Muma Basketball Practice Center BBP

22D

Football Practice Service Building FBS

Athletics ATH

Recreation Center REC

Business (B

Juniper Din

Basketball Courts

C.W. Bill Young Hall CWY Physical Education PED

Business Administration BSN

Hillel House HIL Chapel Center CHA

Softball

Soccer & Track Stadium STA

37

36

USF C

Arts & Sciences/Cooper Hall (CPR)

18B

37T

USF Main Entrance Communication & Information Sciences Building

Business (BSN)

Recreation Fields

Behavioral Sciences BEH

Welcome INTO USF Students!

Zeta Hall

53

17B

Alumni Center ALC

Other Key Buildings

USF Birch Drive

Drive

USF Maple USF Maple Drive

USF Myrtle Drive

$9,600

17A

Cooper Hall (Arts & Sciences) CPR

Lifsey House PRS

$12,700

Holly Apartments

USF Alumni Drive

Research & Development IDR

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Argos Center RAR

S E S S UMS

29B

$27,100

USF Holly Drive

Maple Suites MPB MPA MPD

Burger King FSB

USF Apple Drive

$23,300

5D

Center for FAO Econ. Educ. Human CEE Services Anchin University HMS Lecture Center ULH DAC Education 41 EDU

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University Technology Center I UTA

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7B

USF Cherry Drive

8C

University Technology Center II UTB

Collins Blvd. Parking Facility CBG

Library LIB

Engineering Building III Engineering ENC

USF Alumni Drive

“Doc” Myers Laboratory DHB

2B

7A

GVG–H GVI–J

GVM–N

USF Willow Drive

7A

7C

USF Cherry Drive

2A Physics / Math PHY

Engineering (Edgar W. Kopp) ENG

Richard A. Center for Urban Beard Transportation Parking Research CUT Facility BDG

USF Beard Drive

47

USF Pine Drive

Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

College of Education

8B

John & Grace Natural & Allen Environmental Building/ Sciences Admissions NES Welcome Center CHS Interdisciplinary ALN Science Chemistry ISA CHE

USF Sago Drive

Moffitt Child Care Center CDC

Shriners Hospital for Children SHR

WUSF-TV TVB WUSF Radio WRB

Student Services SVC

Greek Housing

GKY

Beta Hall RBE

5A Theatre Arts Dance Rehearsal Marshall FAD Student Center TAR Castor Hall MSC USF Theatre II RBC Student Art Bookstore Health THR Museum BKS Theatre I Services CAM TAT SHS MLK P LAZ A

GVA–B

Cypress Hall

HAG MPC

5B

Kosove Hall RKO

e

MDW

Fine Arts FAH

9A

46

HAJ HAE HAD HAF HAH Holly Apartments

Academic English

Residence Halls

ve

30

Psychology & Comm. Sciences & Disorders PCD

Crescent Hill Parking Facility CHG

Graduate Pathways

Juniper Dining

52

Pizzo Parking ONLY

ull R USF B

46

ing tt Park Moffi rage #2 Ga GS M

31

Fine Arts Studio FAS

3A

3B

3C

4

Physical Plant Operations OPM

HAK

USF Maple Drive

46

3D

3E

Post Office PPA

RCB RCA

USF Maple Drive

32

Central Plant CPT

Facilities Planning FPC

Leroy Collins Boulevard

USF Health Laboratories MDL

School of Music MUS

USF Citrus Drive

. y Bldg Facult Moffitt MFB

MDM

Environmental Health & Safety EHS

HAB

HAC

52T

GVE–F

RCC Cypress Apartments RCE

USF Holly Drive

USF Willow Drive

CCC

Central Receiving CRS

25

Tennis Courts

Theta Hall RTH

HAL

HAA

USF Sago Drive

MDU

10

Moffitt Patients Parking Only

Engineering Lab ENL

Kappa Hall RKA

HAM

Epsilon Hall REP

Maintenance & Service Shops PPC

ive

USF Holly Drive

Eye Patients Parking Only

28

Leroy Collins Boulevard

USF Health MDC

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center MCC

Dr

Total

GVC–D

50

USF Dogwood Dr

Iota Hall Delta Hall RDE Campus RecreationRIOBuilding

USF Sago Drive

33

Eye Institute MDO

U

9C

USF Laurel Drive

Muriel Rothman Clinic Building MCB

USF Laurel Drive

College of Nursing MDN

Moffitt Valet Parking Only

m Plu SF

Engineering Research ENR

14

Full-Time Tuition & Fees* Housing/ Meals Books/ Supplies Other Expenses Insurance

Jan. 2, 2014 May 12, 2014 Sept. 2, 2014 Jan. 12, 2015 May 11, 2015

51

RCD

Purchasing & Property Svcs AOC

Zeta Hall Eta Hall RZE RET

25

Lambda Hall RLA

Andros Center RAN

USF Cedar Drive

42

Moffitt Research Institute MRC

Credit Union CRU

Grounds & Transportation PPB

Water Tower WSF

USF Palm Drive

Laurel Drive Parking Facility LDG

13

USF Holly Drive

Moffitt Stabile Research Building Parking SRB Garage #1 CCG

33T

MDS

School of Music

Medical Faculty Office Building MDF

13T

USF Cedar Circle

Social Work/ Kinship Ctr. MGX

20

44

USF Chestnut Drive

Social Work MGY

Rehabilitation Robotics RRT

26

Mu Hall RMU

USF Laurel Drive

USF Laurel Drive

Carol & Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Health Care

13T

USF Laurel Drive

Transportation Motor Pool

le Cir c an ya n FB

US

USF Family Center MGZ

43

11

Cypress ResidenceMDH Hall

Physical Plant (FMHI) MHB

USF Health Drive

USF Patients Parking Only

USF Health Clinics MDA

USF Health Sciences Bookstore & Café

38E

12

38U

Child & Family Studies MHF

USF Holly Drive

USF Holly Drive

Shimberg Health Sciences Library

38G

38D

Health Sciences Therapy, Psychiatry, School of Physical Therapy MDT

38A

USF Magnolia Drive

38F

Childrens’ Medical Services CMS

USF Ban yan Circle

38B

cle Cir

Marshall Student Center

Westside Conference Center 38B MHA

n ya an

College of Public Health CPH

USF Banyan Circle

Florida Mental Health Institute MHC

Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center LRC

Tarek’s Café

FB

Continuing Education NEC

16

Johnnie 43A B. Byrd, Sr. Alzheimer’s Center ALZ

11

12

USF Laurel Drive

38T

US

Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

USF Banyan Circle

Undergraduate Pathways

Dining Halls

Auxiliary Services AUX University Police UPB

38R

38R

Fees

Start Date*

46th Street

East Fletcher Avenue 38C

www.intohigher.com/usf/apply

50th Street

Entry Undergraduate Requirements Accelerated Pathway

Programs Offered: • 88 Baccalaureate degrees • 97 Master’s degrees • 2 Specialist degrees • 44 Doctoral programs • 14 Colleges

• Sept. 15, 2013 • Jan. 15, 2014 • May 1, 2014 • Sept. 15, 2014 • Jan. 15, 2015

Graduate Students: International graduate students may qualify for a Graduate Research or Teaching Assistantship. Requests for assistantships should be made at the time of application for admission. Please consult department websites for criteria and application deadlines. Additional scholarship and financial aid resources may be found at: www.global.usf.edu/is/pro-students.php INTO USF Students: In 2013-2014, we invested over $400,000 in scholarships to help new applicants or students who have offer letters to attend one of INTO USF’s Pathway programs. INTO USF scholarships are typically between $1,000 to $5,000 per year per qualified student. For more details please contact your INTO regional representative.

Areas of Strength: Research and Innovation, Overall Student Satisfaction, Citations and Papers Per Faculty, Facilities, and Access

Enrollment: 47,600 • Undergraduate: 36,200 • Graduate: 9,550 • International Students: 2,100 • Non-Degree Seeking: 1,800

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • August 25, 2014 • January 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

FIRST-YEAR AND TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

USF International Transfer Student Scholarship $1,000 ($500 per year)* (Transfers only) * Scholarships are based on 2013-14 amounts and are subject to change

USF Received NAFSA’s Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization

Application Date

Marshall Studen

45

Student Health USF Orange Drive

Pizzo Parking ONLY

Anthony Pizzo Elementary School PIZ

50th Street

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

Start Date

USF Sycamore Drive

Top 95 public university

www.usf.edu/apply

USF Sycamore Drive

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

• Oct. 1, 2013 • March 1, 2014 • June 1, 2014 • Oct. 1, 2014 • March 1, 2015

Drive

24 graduate programs in the Top 100, including 2 online programs

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • Aug. 25, 2014 • Jan. 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

One of the top producers of Fulbright Scholars (2011-12)

(Times Higher Education Rankings, 2012-13)

Academic Requirements

• 3.0 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent • High school diploma • SAT: CR460+, Q460+, W440+, OR • ACT: R19+, M19+, W18+

Application Date

USF Bull Run

Ranked Top 90 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Start Date

GRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

$411 million in research funding received in 2012-13

(Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2012)

Cost of Attendance

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

(Washington Post, 2012)

Ranked Top 100 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Direct University Admission

un Dri

One of only 108 designated Tier 1 universities in the U.S. out of 4,634 universities as classified by the Carnegie Foundation

Entry Requirements

www.usf.edu/apply

Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions East Fowler Avenue

8/14/13 5:01 PM

USF IS A HIGH-IMPACT GLOBAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY COMMITTED TO STUDENT SUCCESS

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

RANKINGS Top 5 “up and comer” university

Top 40 most diverse public universities in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

$17,324 $9,250 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 5

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance Total

$33,972

Entry Requirements

Direct University Admission

Cost of Attendance

Academic Requirements

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 3.0 GPA out of 4.0 OR equivalent • GRE or GMAT (Score program dependent)

$21,126 $10,400 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 6

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance Total

$38,924

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Top 40 on the list of “best buy colleges” for affordability (Forbes, 2012)

Top 50 Research University in the U.S. (National Science Foundation, 2012)

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

GPA & Test Scores

IB Score

USF IB World Scholars Award and USF Green & Gold Presidential Award

$51,600 (up to $15,000 per year)* $390 per credit

N/A

39+

USF Green & Gold Presidential Award (Freshmen only)

$39,600 (up to $12,000 per year)* $300 per credit

4.0 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1300+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or

37-38

USF Green & Gold Directors Award (Freshmen only)

$26,400 (up to $8,000 per year)* $200 per credit

3.8 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1210+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or

35-36

USF Green & Gold Scholars Award (Freshmen only)

$13,200 (up to $4,000 per year)* $100 per credit

3.6 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1130+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1680+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 25+ ACT

33-34

USF International Student Scholarship (Freshmen only)

$2,000 ($500 per year)*

3.5 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1050+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1550+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 23+ ACT

N/A

Cumulative post-secondary GPA of 3.5 or higher with a minimum of 60 transferable credit hours

N/A

INTO USF ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

ABOUT USF

Academic Requirements

Number of Countries Represented: More than 150 Alumni: USF has more than 260,000 alumni representing all 50 states and 117 countries.

Language Requirements

Accreditation: Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Undergraduate Standard Pathway

Graduate Accelerated Pathway

Graduate Standard Pathway

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+

• TOEFL 60-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR

• TOEFL 65-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

42nd Street

Hope Lodge ACS

USF H awth orn Dr iv

19 Life Science Annex LSA

USF Hawthorn Drive

Life Science (Biology) LIF

USF Beard Drive

Juniper-Poplar Hall JPH

24 8A

Juniper Dining USF Magnolia Drive

47A

USF Pine Drive

Sp

ect

rum

Bo

MAC

MAA

Magnolia Apartments University Diagnostic Institute UDI

MAH

MAG

Magnolia Fields Complex MFC

Botanical Gardens GAR

8B

MAD

MAE

MAF

MAB

Bio-Science BSF

Science Center SCA Nanotech Engineering Center Teaching NTA Auditorium ENA

2C

Building II ENB

29A

Spectrum Boulevar d

Embassy Suites Hotel ESH

Research & Development BPB

Campus Information Center CIC

Engineering Building III

East Fowler Avenue

USF INTL Brochure 2014-15 Update v2.indd 2

Interdisciplinary Science Building

USF Maple Drive

USF Birch

$9,600

$9,600

$1,000

$1,000

$500

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$39,980

$43,780

$28,385

GKX

GVK–L

Andros EastCenter Fletcher Avenue

Education (EDU)

Argos Center

Library (LIB)

Champion’s Choice

Marshall Student Center (MSC)

5E

Student Health Services (SHS)

Social Science (SOC)

Juniper-Poplar Hall

Engineering (ENG,ENB,ENC,NTA,CUT)

Magnolia Apartments

updated USF Holly Drive

INTO Classroo

INTO USF C Varsity Tennis Courts

35

Baptist Student Center Catholic Center BPT CTH

Champions Choice Dining Hall

21

Social INTO USFScience Center SOC

University Chapel Fellowship WFC

Tennis Courts

15

6

US Run F Bull Driv e

MALL Champion’s Choice Dining DIN

22A

Comm. & Info. Sciences CIS

SE Chiller Plant

23A

Band Shelter Soccer Fields

Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions CGS

Andros Cen

Argos Cen

Champion

Magnolia A Zeta Hall

Other Key Bu

Softball Stadium SCD

22F

23B

Dining Halls

Juniper-Po USF Elm Drive

College of Business

Patel Partnership School USF Alumni Driv e CSC

USF Sago Drive

Social Scie

Holly Apartm

Education (E

Library (LIB

Preschool for Creative Learning (ERCCD) ERC

23T

Cooper Ha

Residence Ha

Baseball Stadium BCD

Sun Dome SUN

22E

18T

Soccer Stadium SPS USF Elm Drive

Pam & Les Muma Basketball Practice Center BBP

22D

Football Practice Service Building FBS

Athletics ATH

Recreation Center REC

Business (B

Juniper Din

Basketball Courts

C.W. Bill Young Hall CWY Physical Education PED

Business Administration BSN

Hillel House HIL Chapel Center CHA

Softball

Soccer & Track Stadium STA

37

36

USF C

Arts & Sciences/Cooper Hall (CPR)

18B

37T

USF Main Entrance Communication & Information Sciences Building

Business (BSN)

Recreation Fields

Behavioral Sciences BEH

Welcome INTO USF Students!

Zeta Hall

53

17B

Alumni Center ALC

Other Key Buildings

USF Birch Drive

Drive

USF Maple USF Maple Drive

USF Myrtle Drive

$9,600

17A

Cooper Hall (Arts & Sciences) CPR

Lifsey House PRS

$12,700

Holly Apartments

USF Alumni Drive

Research & Development IDR

var d

Argos Center RAR

S E S S UMS

29B

$27,100

USF Holly Drive

Maple Suites MPB MPA MPD

Burger King FSB

USF Apple Drive

$23,300

5D

Center for FAO Econ. Educ. Human CEE Services Anchin University HMS Lecture Center ULH DAC Education 41 EDU

1

University Technology Center I UTA

ule

7B

USF Cherry Drive

8C

University Technology Center II UTB

Collins Blvd. Parking Facility CBG

Library LIB

Engineering Building III Engineering ENC

USF Alumni Drive

“Doc” Myers Laboratory DHB

2B

7A

GVG–H GVI–J

GVM–N

USF Willow Drive

7A

7C

USF Cherry Drive

2A Physics / Math PHY

Engineering (Edgar W. Kopp) ENG

Richard A. Center for Urban Beard Transportation Parking Research CUT Facility BDG

USF Beard Drive

47

USF Pine Drive

Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

College of Education

8B

John & Grace Natural & Allen Environmental Building/ Sciences Admissions NES Welcome Center CHS Interdisciplinary ALN Science Chemistry ISA CHE

USF Sago Drive

Moffitt Child Care Center CDC

Shriners Hospital for Children SHR

WUSF-TV TVB WUSF Radio WRB

Student Services SVC

Greek Housing

GKY

Beta Hall RBE

5A Theatre Arts Dance Rehearsal Marshall FAD Student Center TAR Castor Hall MSC USF Theatre II RBC Student Art Bookstore Health THR Museum BKS Theatre I Services CAM TAT SHS MLK P LAZ A

GVA–B

Cypress Hall

HAG MPC

5B

Kosove Hall RKO

e

MDW

Fine Arts FAH

9A

46

HAJ HAE HAD HAF HAH Holly Apartments

Academic English

Residence Halls

ve

30

Psychology & Comm. Sciences & Disorders PCD

Crescent Hill Parking Facility CHG

Graduate Pathways

Juniper Dining

52

Pizzo Parking ONLY

ull R USF B

46

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31

Fine Arts Studio FAS

3A

3B

3C

4

Physical Plant Operations OPM

HAK

USF Maple Drive

46

3D

3E

Post Office PPA

RCB RCA

USF Maple Drive

32

Central Plant CPT

Facilities Planning FPC

Leroy Collins Boulevard

USF Health Laboratories MDL

School of Music MUS

USF Citrus Drive

. y Bldg Facult Moffitt MFB

MDM

Environmental Health & Safety EHS

HAB

HAC

52T

GVE–F

RCC Cypress Apartments RCE

USF Holly Drive

USF Willow Drive

CCC

Central Receiving CRS

25

Tennis Courts

Theta Hall RTH

HAL

HAA

USF Sago Drive

MDU

10

Moffitt Patients Parking Only

Engineering Lab ENL

Kappa Hall RKA

HAM

Epsilon Hall REP

Maintenance & Service Shops PPC

ive

USF Holly Drive

Eye Patients Parking Only

28

Leroy Collins Boulevard

USF Health MDC

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center MCC

Dr

Total

GVC–D

50

USF Dogwood Dr

Iota Hall Delta Hall RDE Campus RecreationRIOBuilding

USF Sago Drive

33

Eye Institute MDO

U

9C

USF Laurel Drive

Muriel Rothman Clinic Building MCB

USF Laurel Drive

College of Nursing MDN

Moffitt Valet Parking Only

m Plu SF

Engineering Research ENR

14

Full-Time Tuition & Fees* Housing/ Meals Books/ Supplies Other Expenses Insurance

Jan. 2, 2014 May 12, 2014 Sept. 2, 2014 Jan. 12, 2015 May 11, 2015

51

RCD

Purchasing & Property Svcs AOC

Zeta Hall Eta Hall RZE RET

25

Lambda Hall RLA

Andros Center RAN

USF Cedar Drive

42

Moffitt Research Institute MRC

Credit Union CRU

Grounds & Transportation PPB

Water Tower WSF

USF Palm Drive

Laurel Drive Parking Facility LDG

13

USF Holly Drive

Moffitt Stabile Research Building Parking SRB Garage #1 CCG

33T

MDS

School of Music

Medical Faculty Office Building MDF

13T

USF Cedar Circle

Social Work/ Kinship Ctr. MGX

20

44

USF Chestnut Drive

Social Work MGY

Rehabilitation Robotics RRT

26

Mu Hall RMU

USF Laurel Drive

USF Laurel Drive

Carol & Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Health Care

13T

USF Laurel Drive

Transportation Motor Pool

le Cir c an ya n FB

US

USF Family Center MGZ

43

11

Cypress ResidenceMDH Hall

Physical Plant (FMHI) MHB

USF Health Drive

USF Patients Parking Only

USF Health Clinics MDA

USF Health Sciences Bookstore & Café

38E

12

38U

Child & Family Studies MHF

USF Holly Drive

USF Holly Drive

Shimberg Health Sciences Library

38G

38D

Health Sciences Therapy, Psychiatry, School of Physical Therapy MDT

38A

USF Magnolia Drive

38F

Childrens’ Medical Services CMS

USF Ban yan Circle

38B

cle Cir

Marshall Student Center

Westside Conference Center 38B MHA

n ya an

College of Public Health CPH

USF Banyan Circle

Florida Mental Health Institute MHC

Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center LRC

Tarek’s Café

FB

Continuing Education NEC

16

Johnnie 43A B. Byrd, Sr. Alzheimer’s Center ALZ

11

12

USF Laurel Drive

38T

US

Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

USF Banyan Circle

Undergraduate Pathways

Dining Halls

Auxiliary Services AUX University Police UPB

38R

38R

Fees

Start Date*

46th Street

East Fletcher Avenue 38C

www.intohigher.com/usf/apply

50th Street

Entry Undergraduate Requirements Accelerated Pathway

Programs Offered: • 88 Baccalaureate degrees • 97 Master’s degrees • 2 Specialist degrees • 44 Doctoral programs • 14 Colleges

• Sept. 15, 2013 • Jan. 15, 2014 • May 1, 2014 • Sept. 15, 2014 • Jan. 15, 2015

Graduate Students: International graduate students may qualify for a Graduate Research or Teaching Assistantship. Requests for assistantships should be made at the time of application for admission. Please consult department websites for criteria and application deadlines. Additional scholarship and financial aid resources may be found at: www.global.usf.edu/is/pro-students.php INTO USF Students: In 2013-2014, we invested over $400,000 in scholarships to help new applicants or students who have offer letters to attend one of INTO USF’s Pathway programs. INTO USF scholarships are typically between $1,000 to $5,000 per year per qualified student. For more details please contact your INTO regional representative.

Areas of Strength: Research and Innovation, Overall Student Satisfaction, Citations and Papers Per Faculty, Facilities, and Access

Enrollment: 47,600 • Undergraduate: 36,200 • Graduate: 9,550 • International Students: 2,100 • Non-Degree Seeking: 1,800

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • August 25, 2014 • January 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

FIRST-YEAR AND TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

USF International Transfer Student Scholarship $1,000 ($500 per year)* (Transfers only) * Scholarships are based on 2013-14 amounts and are subject to change

USF Received NAFSA’s Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization

Application Date

Marshall Studen

45

Student Health USF Orange Drive

Pizzo Parking ONLY

Anthony Pizzo Elementary School PIZ

50th Street

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

Start Date

USF Sycamore Drive

Top 95 public university

www.usf.edu/apply

USF Sycamore Drive

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

• Oct. 1, 2013 • March 1, 2014 • June 1, 2014 • Oct. 1, 2014 • March 1, 2015

Drive

24 graduate programs in the Top 100, including 2 online programs

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • Aug. 25, 2014 • Jan. 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

One of the top producers of Fulbright Scholars (2011-12)

(Times Higher Education Rankings, 2012-13)

Academic Requirements

• 3.0 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent • High school diploma • SAT: CR460+, Q460+, W440+, OR • ACT: R19+, M19+, W18+

Application Date

USF Bull Run

Ranked Top 90 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Start Date

GRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

$411 million in research funding received in 2012-13

(Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2012)

Cost of Attendance

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

(Washington Post, 2012)

Ranked Top 100 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Direct University Admission

un Dri

One of only 108 designated Tier 1 universities in the U.S. out of 4,634 universities as classified by the Carnegie Foundation

Entry Requirements

www.usf.edu/apply

Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions East Fowler Avenue

8/14/13 5:01 PM

USF IS A HIGH-IMPACT GLOBAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY COMMITTED TO STUDENT SUCCESS

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

RANKINGS Top 5 “up and comer” university

Top 40 most diverse public universities in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

Entry Requirements

Direct University Admission

Cost of Attendance

Academic Requirements

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 3.0 GPA out of 4.0 OR equivalent • GRE or GMAT (Score program dependent)

$21,126 $10,400 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 6

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance Total

$38,924

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

FIRST-YEAR AND TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

$51,600 (up to $15,000 per year)* $390 per credit

N/A

39+

Top 40 on the list of “best buy colleges” for affordability

USF IB World Scholars Award and USF Green & Gold Presidential Award USF Green & Gold Presidential Award (Freshmen only)

$39,600 (up to $12,000 per year)* $300 per credit

4.0 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1300+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 2000+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 29+ ACT

37-38

(Forbes, 2012)

USF Green & Gold Directors Award (Freshmen only)

$26,400 (up to $8,000 per year)* $200 per credit

3.8 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1210+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1800+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 27+ ACT

35-36

Top 50 Research University in the U.S.

USF Green & Gold Scholars Award (Freshmen only)

$13,200 (up to $4,000 per year)* $100 per credit

3.6 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1130+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1680+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 25+ ACT

33-34

USF International Student Scholarship (Freshmen only)

$2,000 ($500 per year)*

3.5 + GPA (or its equivalent) and 1050+ SAT (Critical Reading & Math only) or 1550+ SAT (Critical Reading, Math & Writing) or 23+ ACT

N/A

Cumulative post-secondary GPA of 3.5 or higher with a minimum of 60 transferable credit hours

N/A

Graduate Students: International graduate students may qualify for a Graduate Research or Teaching Assistantship. Requests for assistantships should be made at the time of application for admission. Please consult department websites for criteria and application deadlines. Additional scholarship and financial aid resources may be found at: www.global.usf.edu/is/pro-students.php INTO USF Students: In 2013-2014, we invested over $400,000 in scholarships to help new applicants or students who have offer letters to attend one of INTO USF’s Pathway programs. INTO USF scholarships are typically between $1,000 to $5,000 per year per qualified student. For more details please contact your INTO regional representative.

INTO USF ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS Graduate Standard Pathway

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 2.5 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• 4-year undergraduate degree • 2.5 GPA out of 4.0

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+

• TOEFL 60-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • PTEA 53+, OR

• TOEFL 65-78, OR • IELTS 5.5-6.0, OR • PTEA 44-52, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 4, OR • INTO Password Test Level 6

Alumni: USF has more than 260,000 alumni representing all 50 states and 117 countries. Language Requirements

Accreditation: Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

42nd Street

46

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31

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Psychology & Comm. Sciences & Disorders PCD

Fine Arts FAH

9A

46 Hope Lodge ACS

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Life Science Annex LSA

Life Science (Biology) LIF

USF Beard Drive

Juniper-Poplar Hall JPH

24 8A

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University Diagnostic Institute UDI

8B

47A

MAC

MAA

MAD

MAE

MAF

MAB

Bio-Science BSF

Science Center SCA Nanotech Engineering Center Teaching NTA Auditorium ENA

2C

University Technology Center II UTB

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Embassy Suites Hotel ESH

Research & Development BPB

Campus Information Center CIC

Engineering Building III

East Fowler Avenue

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USF Myrtle Drive

$1,000

$1,000

$500

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$4,100 $1,980

$39,980

$43,780

$28,385

USF Maple Drive

USF Birch

Champion’s Choice

Library (LIB) Marshall Student Center (MSC)

5E

37T

Zeta Hall

updated USF Holly Drive

INTO Classroo

INTO USF C Varsity Tennis Courts

35

Baptist Student Center Catholic Center BPT CTH

Champions Choice Dining Hall

21

University Chapel Fellowship WFC

Tennis Courts

15

6

US Run F Bull Driv e

MALL Champion’s Choice Dining DIN

22A

Comm. & Info. Sciences CIS

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23A

Band Shelter Soccer Fields

Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions CGS

Andros Cen

Argos Cen

Champion

Magnolia A Zeta Hall

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Softball Stadium SCD

22F

23B

Dining Halls

Juniper-Po USF Elm Drive

College of Business

Patel Partnership School USF Alumni Driv e CSC

USF Sago Drive

Social Scie

Holly Apartm

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Library (LIB

Preschool for Creative Learning (ERCCD) ERC

23T

Cooper Ha

Residence Ha

Baseball Stadium BCD

Sun Dome SUN

22E

18T

Soccer Stadium SPS USF Elm Drive

Pam & Les Muma Basketball Practice Center BBP

22D

Football Practice Service Building FBS

Athletics ATH

Recreation Center REC

Business (B

Juniper Din

Basketball Courts

C.W. Bill Young Hall CWY Physical Education PED

Business Administration BSN

Hillel House HIL Chapel Center CHA

Softball

Soccer & Track Stadium STA

37

Social INTO USFScience Center SOC

USF Main Entrance Communication & Information Sciences Building

Social Science (SOC)

18B

36

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Recreation Fields

Behavioral Sciences BEH

Alumni Center ALC

Business (BSN) Arts & Sciences/Cooper Hall (CPR)

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Cooper Hall (Arts & Sciences) CPR

Student Health Services (SHS)

USF Birch Drive

Drive

USF Maple

Education (EDU)

GKX Magnolia Apartments

GVK–L

Welcome INTO USF Students!

Other Key Buildings

Argos Center

17A

S E S S UMS

Lifsey House PRS

$9,600

Juniper-Poplar Hall

USF Alumni Drive

Research & Development IDR

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Argos Center RAR

USF Maple Drive

USF Palm Drive

University Technology Center I UTA

$9,600

USF Holly Drive

Maple Suites MPB MPA MPD

Burger King FSB

29B

$9,600

5D

Center for FAO Econ. Educ. Human CEE Services Anchin University HMS Lecture Center ULH DAC Education 41 EDU

USF Apple Drive

29A

7A

$12,700

Holly Apartments

GVG–H GVI–J

GVM–N

USF Willow Drive

7B

USF Cherry Drive

8C

USF Alumni Drive

“Doc” Myers Laboratory DHB

Library LIB

Engineering Building III Engineering ENC

Building II ENB

Collins Blvd. Parking Facility CBG

1

Greek Housing

GKY

Beta Hall RBE

7A

7C

USF Cherry Drive

2A Physics / Math PHY

Engineering (Edgar W. Kopp) ENG

Richard A. Center for Urban Beard Transportation Parking Research CUT Facility BDG

USF Beard Drive

MAH

MAG

Magnolia Fields Complex MFC

Botanical Gardens GAR

8B

USF Magnolia Drive

Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

USF Pine Drive

47

Magnolia Apartments

USF Pine Drive

Student Services SVC

John & Grace Natural & Allen Environmental Building/ Sciences Admissions NES Welcome Center CHS Interdisciplinary ALN Science Chemistry ISA CHE

2B

WUSF-TV TVB WUSF Radio WRB

USF Sago Drive

19 USF Hawthorn Drive

College of Education

MLK P LAZ A

GVA–B

Cypress Hall

HAG MPC

5B

5A Theatre Arts Dance Rehearsal Marshall FAD Student Center TAR Castor Hall MSC USF Theatre II RBC Student Art Bookstore Health THR Museum BKS Theatre I Services CAM TAT SHS

Leroy Collins Boulevard

Moffitt Child Care Center CDC

Shriners Hospital for Children SHR

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Fine Arts Studio FAS

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RCB RCA

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$27,100

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Post Office PPA

Physical Plant Operations OPM

HAB

$23,300

Juniper Dining

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Facilities Planning FPC

HAA

HAC

USF Holly Drive

Leroy Collins Boulevard

USF Health Laboratories MDL

School of Music MUS

USF Citrus Drive

. y Bldg Facult Moffitt MFB

MDM

Environmental Health & Safety EHS

HAL

RCE

52T

GVE–F

RCC Cypress Apartments

USF Maple Drive

CCC

Central Receiving CRS

USF Holly Drive

Eye Patients Parking Only

10

Moffitt Patients Parking Only

Engineering Lab ENL

25

Tennis Courts

Theta Hall RTH

Iota Hall RIO

HAM

Epsilon Hall REP

Maintenance & Service Shops PPC

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Kappa Hall RKA

USF Willow Drive

MDU

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center MCC

Eye Institute MDO

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USF Sago Drive

Muriel Rothman Clinic Building MCB

33

USF Health MDC

Moffitt Valet Parking Only

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USF Laurel Drive

College of Nursing MDN

Moffitt Research Institute MRC

Engineering Research ENR

14

51

GVC–D

50

USF Dogwood Dr

Delta Hall RDE Campus Recreation Building

USF Sago Drive

42

26

RCD

Purchasing & Property Svcs AOC

Zeta Hall Eta Hall RZE RET

25

Lambda Hall RLA

Andros Center RAN

USF Cedar Drive

Moffitt Stabile Research Building Parking SRB Garage #1 CCG

33T

MDS

School of Music

Medical Faculty Office Building MDF

13

USF Holly Drive

Social Work/ Kinship Ctr. MGX

13T

USF Cedar Circle

Social Work MGY

Water Tower WSF

USF Chestnut Drive

Physical Plant (FMHI) MHB

Credit Union CRU

Grounds & Transportation PPB

Transportation Motor Pool

Cypress ResidenceMDH Hall

20

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USF Laurel Drive

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USF Family Center MGZ

13T

Rehabilitation Robotics RRT

USF Laurel Drive

Carol & Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Health Care

Total

Academic English

East Fletcher Avenue

Mu Hall RMU

USF Laurel Drive

11

USF Laurel Drive

USF Patients Parking Only

USF Health Clinics MDA

USF Health Sciences Bookstore & Café

38U

Child & Family Studies MHF

43 USF Laurel Drive

USF Holly Drive

USF Holly Drive

Shimberg Health Sciences Library

38E

38D

12

16

Johnnie 43A B. Byrd, Sr. Alzheimer’s Center ALZ

Health Sciences Therapy, Psychiatry, School of Physical Therapy MDT

38A

USF Magnolia Drive

38F

Childrens’ Medical Services CMS

USF Ban yan Circle

38B

USF Health Drive

Marshall Student Center

Westside Conference Center 38B MHA

12

38G

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Tarek’s Café

USF Banyan Circle

Florida Mental Health Institute MHC

Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center LRC

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Continuing Education NEC

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Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

USF Banyan Circle

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Graduate Pathways

Dining Halls

Auxiliary Services AUX University Police UPB

38R

Undergraduate Pathways

Full-Time Tuition & Fees* Housing/ Meals Books/ Supplies Other Expenses Insurance

46th Street

East Fletcher Avenue 38T

Fees

Start Date*

50th Street

Number of Countries Represented: More than 150

Graduate Accelerated Pathway

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Programs Offered: • 88 Baccalaureate degrees • 97 Master’s degrees • 2 Specialist degrees • 44 Doctoral programs • 14 Colleges

Academic Requirements

Undergraduate Standard Pathway

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45

Student Health USF Orange Drive

Pizzo Parking ONLY

Anthony Pizzo Elementary School PIZ

50th Street

ABOUT USF

38R

• Sept. 15, 2013 • Jan. 15, 2014 • May 1, 2014 • Sept. 15, 2014 • Jan. 15, 2015

IB Score

Entry Undergraduate Requirements Accelerated Pathway

38C

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • August 25, 2014 • January 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

GPA & Test Scores

Areas of Strength: Research and Innovation, Overall Student Satisfaction, Citations and Papers Per Faculty, Facilities, and Access

Enrollment: 47,600 • Undergraduate: 36,200 • Graduate: 9,550 • International Students: 2,100 • Non-Degree Seeking: 1,800

Application Date

Award/Benefits

USF International Transfer Student Scholarship $1,000 ($500 per year)* (Transfers only) * Scholarships are based on 2013-14 amounts and are subject to change

USF Received NAFSA’s Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization

Start Date

Scholarship

(National Science Foundation, 2012)

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

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USF Sycamore Drive

Top 95 public university

$33,972

• Oct. 1, 2013 • March 1, 2014 • June 1, 2014 • Oct. 1, 2014 • March 1, 2015

USF Sycamore Drive

(U.S. News & World Report, 2013)

Total

• Jan. 6, 2014 • May 12, 2014 • Aug. 25, 2014 • Jan. 5, 2015 • May 11, 2015

Drive

24 graduate programs in the Top 100, including 2 online programs

$17,324 $9,250 $1,000 $4,100 $2,298

Language Requirements

• TOEFL 79+, OR • IELTS 6.5+, OR • Completion of Academic English Level 5

Full-Time Tuition and Fees* Housing/Meals Books/Supplies Other Expenses Insurance

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

One of the top producers of Fulbright Scholars (2011-12)

(Times Higher Education Rankings, 2012-13)

Academic Requirements

• 3.0 minimum high school GPA OR equivalent • High school diploma • SAT: CR460+, Q460+, W440+, OR • ACT: R19+, M19+, W18+

Application Date

USF Bull Run

Ranked Top 90 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Start Date

GRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND ESTIMATED COSTS

$411 million in research funding received in 2012-13

(Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2012)

Cost of Attendance

* Figures are based on 2013-2014 cost of attendance estimates. For more information, visit http://global.usf.edu/is/pro-admission_cost.php.

(Washington Post, 2012)

Ranked Top 100 in the U.S. and among the Top 250 universities worldwide

Direct University Admission

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One of only 108 designated Tier 1 universities in the U.S. out of 4,634 universities as classified by the Carnegie Foundation

Entry Requirements

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

MASTER’S

BACHELOR’S

DOCTORATE

● This USF degree program is available through direct entry A Pathway program can lead to this degree and this USF degree is available through direct entry Graduate Pathway programs leading to master’s degrees are listed below in green

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND COMMUNITY SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

From our new multi-screen gaming center, to sophisticated labs in our new Interdisciplinary Sciences building, to the Steinway pianos in the new School of Music, USF boasts exceptional facilities.

Africana Studies

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Adult Education

Aging Studies

American Studies

Applied Behavior Analysis

Anthropology

Audiology (Post-Bacc)

Anthropology (Applied) Biology

Aural (Re) Habilitation (Post-Bacc)

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Economics

English

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Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Intellectual Disabilities

Career and Technical Education

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School Psychology

Business Economics

Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology

Social Sciences Education

General Business Administration

Special Education: (Behavior Disorders, Gifted, Intellectual Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Motor Disabilities)

Entrepreneurship in Applied Technologies

Hospitality Management

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Elementary Education

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Physical Education Reading Education

Accounting Advertising

Science Education

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Educational Leadership Educational Program Development

English Education Exceptional Child Education

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Mathematics Education

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COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCE

International Business

Marine Science

Management Management Information Systems

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Marketing

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Real Estate

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Biotechnology

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Physical Therapy

Physician Assistant Studies

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Environmental Engineering

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Information Technology

Health Administration

Public Health

Mechanical Engineering

COLLEGE OF NURSING Nursing Science

Materials Science and Engineering

Early Childhood Education

Criminal Justice Administration Criminology

Long Term Care Administration Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Social Work Speech - Language Pathology (Post.Bacc.)

Environmental Biology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Science and Policy French Geography Geography and Environmental Science and Policy Geology

Government

Finance

Health Sciences History Humanities Information Studies Interdisciplinary - Classical Civilizations Interdisciplinary - Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary - Social Sciences

Sport and Entertainment Management

International Studies Italian

Liberal Arts

Chemical Engineering

Library and Information Science Linguistics

Linguistics: English as a Second Language Mass Communications Material Science and Engineering Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology

Physics Physics (Applied)

Counselor Education Curriculum and Instruction

Behavioral Health Care

Biomedical Sciences

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Cancer Biology Chemistry Classics

Gerontology

Communication Creative Writing

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Enjoy USF’s international flavor, created by our culturally diverse students, faculty and research partners. As you interact, you’ll gain new perspectives about yourself and the world.

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WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS

USF offers more than 230 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level. Students have the freedom to explore, choose and develop their precise academic passions.

Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies

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As a top 50 public research institution, USF is a research powerhouse. Students are encouraged to pursue interdisciplinary research opportunities as early as their freshman year.

Philosophy

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USF offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the U.S., plus scholarships for international students. Students also have access to career enhancing internships with some of the world’s top companies.

Nursing/Registered Nurse

Political Science Psychology

Public Administration (MPA)

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Architecture

Global Sustainability

Art

Public Relations Religious Studies

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

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General Studies

Dance Music

HONORS COLLEGE

Music Studies

Individualized Interdisciplinary Honors Research/Comparative Studies

Statistics Urban and Regional Planning

Music Education

Theatre

Women‘s and Gender Studies

Art History

Applied Science

Russian Second Language Acquisition & Instructional Technology Sociology Spanish

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Academic English – A semester-long program for students who intend to study in a degree-seeking program at a U.S. university. •• 14 weeks in Fall and Spring, 12 weeks in Summer •• January 13, 2014; May 12, 2014; September 2, 2014; January 12, 2015; May 11, 2015

General English – A short-term program for students of all levels of English who want to improve their English for social, academic and professional situations, while learning about American culture. •• 4-48 weeks, monthly start dates

Summer Youth English – Students aged 14-18 live on a college campus and learn English during the summer. The program offers students a first-hand experience of university life as they study, live and interact with students and faculty at USF’s campus. •• 2 weeks, June 15 OR July 13, 2014


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