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Degree Programs Welcome to FAU! Information sessions and walking tours are offered Mondays through Fridays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and most Saturdays in the fall and spring semesters at 10 a.m. Please note that campus tours are not given on official University holidays, on Saturdays during the summer months or on Open House days — as tours will be part of the event.

Open House Events One of the best ways to see what Florida Atlantic University has to offer is to attend our Open House! The Open House program provides prospective students with in-depth information about FAU’s programs, admissions, campus housing and financial aid. and click on Visit www.fau.edu/admissions “Visit Campus” for more information.

Open House Dates: Saturday, November 19, 2011 Saturday, January 21, 2012

Honors Programs For academically exceptional students we provide two opportunities; the University Honors Program on the Boca Raton campus and the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College on the Jupiter campus. Whichever program you choose, you will receive a superior undergraduate education that will prepare you to excel whether you continue on for postgraduate studies or enter the workforce. Visit www.fau.edu/admissions/honorsprograms.php

How Do I Apply? Apply online by visiting www.fau.edu/admissions and click on “Apply Online.”

Application Checklist • A nonrefundable $30 (U.S.) application fee. • Official transcripts sent directly from issuing institution. Transcripts are required from each previously attended school. • Test Scores: Results of the SAT or ACT examinations must be submitted by all applicants with fewer than 60 transferable credits. All scores must be reported by either the SAT College Board [FAU code: 5229] or the ACT Program [FAU code: 0729]. For more information, go to www.fau.edu/admissions

Tuition per Credit Hour*

Undergraduate Florida Resident: $177.65 Non-Florida Resident: $657.17 *Subject to change

Application Categories for Degree-Seeking Students Credits Completed 0–11 12–59 60+

Application Category Freshman Lower-Division Transfer Upper-Division Transfer

Application Deadline Dates

Fall

Spring

Summer

Freshman

May 1 Feb. 15

N/A

Feb. 15

(priority date)

Transfer July 1 Second BA/BS July 1

Nov. 15 Nov. 15

International April 1 Oct. 1 Admission Scholarships

April 15 April 15 Feb. 15

FAU is proud to offer numerous merit- and need-based scholarships to our incoming students. Our scholarships range from $1,000 to $14,000 per year. Our merit scholarships are highly competitive and are awarded on a rolling basis each cycle. The degree of competitiveness is determined by the credentials of each year’s entering class. It is highly recommended that you apply for admission early as scholarships given through the Office of Admissions are awarded to admitted students only. Each student’s file is reviewed upon admission to FAU for eligibility for one of our merit-based scholarships and no application is required to be considered for these awards. Additional scholarships that do require a supplemental scholarship application are available through the Office of Admissions. For a list of these scholarships and a link to our online scholarship and click application, visit www.fau.edu/admissions on “Scholarships.”

Contact Information

FAU Homepage www.fau.edu Office of Undergraduate Admissions Phone: 561-297-3040 Fax: 561-297-2758 or admissions@fau.edu www.fau.edu/admissions Financial Aid 561-297-3530 or www.fau.edu/finaid FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) www.fafsa.ed.gov Housing 561-297-2880 or www.fau.edu/housing


Academic Programs Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

Anthropology Art History Asian Studies ** Caribbean and Latin American Studies ** Classical Studies ** Comparative Studies * Commercial Music Communication Studies Communication * Comparative Literature * Creative Writing * Ethics, Law and Society ** Ethnic Studies ** English English as a Second Language ** Environmental Studies ** Film and Video ** French German (minor only) Graphic Design History Interdisciplinary Studies: • Arts and Humanities • Social Science Italian Jazz Studies Jewish Studies Languages, Linguistics and Comparative Literature Liberal Studies * Linguistics Multimedia Studies Music Business Music Education Music Performance Peace Studies ** Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies ** Sociology Spanish Studio Art (Concentrations in Ceramics, Sculpture, Photography, Printmaking, Painting) Theatre Visual Art * (Ceramics, Graphic Design, Painting, Computer Art) Women’s Studies

College of Business Accounting Business Administration*

Business Economics Business Intelligence** Computer Information Systems Economics Electronic Commerce (minor) Finance Gerontology** Health Administration Hospitality Management Insurance** (minor) International Business International Economics Management Management Information Systems Marketing Music Business* Taxation*

College for Design and Social Inquiry

Aging** Architecture Architecture/Urban and Regional Planning Child Welfare** Criminology and Criminal Justice Nonprofit Management* Public Administration* Public Procurement** Public Safety Administration Public Management Social Work Urban and Regional Planning Urban Design

College of Education

Counselor Education* Curriculum and Instruction* Early Care and Education Early Childhood Education* Educational Leadership* Elementary Education Exceptional Student Education Exercise Science and Health Promotion Reading Education* Secondary Education Social Foundations of Education* Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology*

College of Engineering and Computer Science Bioengineering* Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science

Electrical Engineering Geomatics Engineering Information Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Ocean Engineering

Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing Nursing Gerontology**

Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

Actuarial Science** Applied Mathematics and Statistics* Biological Sciences Biotechnology** Chemistry Complex Systems and Brain Sciences* Environmental Sciences* Environmental Studies** Experimental Psychology* Geographic Information Science (minor) Geographic Information Systems (GIS)** Geography Geology Geosciences* Integrative Biology* Mathematical Sciences Medical Physics** Neuroscience** Physics Pre-Health Professions Studies** Psychobiology Psychology Statistics**(minor)

Charles E. Schmidt College of medicine Biomedical Science*

* Indicates that the program is only offered at the Master’s or Ph.D. level ** Indicates that the program is only offered as a Certificate Selective and Limited Access Programs: College of Business, College of Engineering & Computer Science, School of Communications and Multimedia Studies, School of Architecture, Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College and Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing. All music majors must audition. For the most updated Academic Program information, contact our individual colleges.

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