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  • Criminal Justice (B.S)
    Schedule Course Descriptions Learning Outcomes Tuition Fees Financial Assistance Faculty Contact Us Student Resources Distance Learning Schedule Technical Support Internship Related Links CAS Home Department of Justice Studies Print Program Details The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program provides an extensive overview of the criminal justice system including law enforcement corrections the judiciary juvenile justice probation and parole and international justice The program builds upon a solid liberal arts core to achieve a balanced criminal justice perspective which includes an emphasis upon the victim the offender the criminal justice system and society The program s objective is to develop a sound educational foundation for graduate work or professional practice at the bachelor s level Students are provided a set of core courses and experiences to orient them to the broader criminal justice system Thereafter they have the opportunity to specialize in law enforcement corrections legal studies juvenile justice international justice or management in criminal justice Degree through distance learning The BS degree in Criminal Justice is available through distance learning via the Internet Students with an AA or an articulated AS degree from a Florida public community college may complete the upper division portion of this program 60 credit

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/CJBS/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Untitled

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    Original URL path: /current/current.html (2016-02-07)


  • Academic and Curriculum Support
    Hall Degree Works WHAT IS DEGREE WORKS Degree Works is a NEW web based advising and degree planning tool available through Gulfline beginning February 17 th 2014 The system is designed to assist students advisors and designated faculty and staff in monitoring the degree progress of students Degree Works organizes a student s course work in an easy to read report degree audit summarizing completed and missing requirements for a degree as defined in the Florida Gulf Coast University FGCU catalog Degree Works can be used by undergraduate students who entered in the fall of 2009 or later If a student s catalog term is prior to fall 2009 a message will appear indicating a What If degree audit should be run in Degree Works The Degree Works audit is UNOFFICIAL and does not take the place of regular academic advising Students should discuss their progress toward degree completion with their advisor after reviewing their degree audit Students and advisors can use this system to track progress toward a degree or perform a What If analysis prior to a student declaring a major or making a change to a major minor and or concentration offered at FGCU Examples of how a Degree Works audit could work Student A is a junior and wants to check what courses she needs to take to graduate with a BS in Accounting To prepare for a meeting with her advisor she follows the Degree Works instructions link in Gulfline to view or print a report for her degree audit The report lists all requirements for the degree program along with the courses she has taken to satisfy each requirement She sees what courses she needs to take to complete her degree which she can then confirm with her advisor Student B is a sophomore

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/ACS/degreeworks.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Office of the General Counsel
    28 2015 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Sr Assoc Athletics Director for Administration Authorize President to Amend Operating Budget Subject to Availability of Resources 06 17 2014 Board of Trustees President Authorize President to Amend the Sponsored Research and Financial Aid Budgets 06 17 2014 Board of Trustees President Authorize President to Develop and Implement University Institutes and Centers 01 20 2009 Board of Trustees President Business and Finance Agreements 02 08 2008 President VP Administrative Services Finance Capitol Access Card Applications 10 17 2005 President Director of Government Relations Executive Director FGCU Financing Corporation Commencement of Legal Proceedings or Appeal of Adverse Rulings 04 20 2004 Board of Trustees President Conservation Areas Designations 04 18 2006 Board of Trustees President Construction and Land Use Contracts 07 21 2008 President Vice President Administrative Services Finance Contracting and Grant Administration 07 18 2008 Provost VP for Academic Affairs Assoc VP for Office of Research Contracts 07 18 2008 Provost VP for Academic Affairs All Deans Contracts 10 01 2008 Vice President Administrative Services and Finance Assistant Vice President Administrative Services and Finance Contracts and Personnel Actions 01 30 2014 President Vice President for Student Affairs Contracts and Personnel Actions 01 30 2014 President Vice President and Chief of Staff Contracts and Personnel Actions 01 30 2014 President Vice President and General Counsel Contracts for Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs 10 15 2012 Provost VP for Academic Affairs Executive Director Off Campus Programs Continuing Education Corporation Secretary Certifications 05 21 2012 President Chief of Staff University Spokesperson Curriculum and Instruction Agreements 07 18 2008 Provost VP for Academic Affairs Assoc VP for Curriculum and Instruction Division of Academic Affairs Personnel Actions Academic Agreements 07 21 2008 Provost VP for Academic Affairs Associate Provost and Associate VP for Academic Affairs Division of Academic Affairs Personnel Actions and Academic Agreements 07 21 2010 Provost and VP For Academic Affairs Associate Provost and Assoc VP for Academic Affairs Facility Use Agreements 01 08 2014 Assistant Vice President for Business Services Director of Campus Reservations and Records Management Facility Use Agreements 01 08 2014 Vice President for Administrative Services and Finance Assistant Vice President for Business Services Facility Use Agreements 03 06 2015 Assistant Vice President of Business Services Director of Athletics Facility Use Agreements 03 13 2015 Director of Athletics Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs Facility Use Agreements 04 14 2015 Assistant Vice President of Business Services Director Campus Recreation Funds Investment 09 12 2006 BOT President Funds Investment 09 13 2006 President VP Admin Services and Finance Funds Investment 09 15 2006 VP Admin Servies and Finance Assistant VP Admin Services and Controller Housing and Resident Assistant Employment Agreements 10 10 2005 Director University Housing Associate Director University Housing Housing and Resident Life Agreements 12 01 2004 VP for Administrative Services Director of University Housing Investment and Administration of Funds with State Board of Administration 06 18 2007 Assistant Vice President Administrative Services Controller Director Finance and Accounting Library Contracts 08 28 2008

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/generalcounsel/delegations.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Continuing Education
    South in the heart of old Naples The Naples Center features three classrooms with seating capacities between 35 100 a computer lab and a conference room For more than seven years the Naples Center has been the home of FGCU s Renaissance Academy The Renaissance Academy is the University s and region s premier lifelong learning program for adults seniors and retirees It is based on the premise that learning should never cease that keeping the mind intellectually creatively and culturally active fundamentally enriches and invigorates our lives Among the Renaissance Academy s offerings are affordable non credit single lectures short courses day trips computer classes film series life enrichment classes writing workshops travel abroad programs and other special events These programs deliver academic substance in an interactive format that encourages the exchange of ideas and provides both intellectual stimulation and personal enjoyment There are no exams or grades just learning for the joy of learning with friends neighbors and peers The Renaissance Academy has a proven track record of significant growth and success Since its founding the Academy s curriculum has grown substantially from 20 courses to more than 600 in the most recent academic year This has been fueled by dramatic increases in class registrations which have grown from 400 in 2001 to more than 10 000 in 2008 Courses are offered during the fall winter spring and summer semesters at fifteen classroom locations Course topics include Art Architecture Interior Design Business Finance Computer Instruction Contemporary and Chinese Art Day Trips Special Events Debate Discussion Groups Ecology Environment Film Series History Law Government Life Enrichment Literature Language Music Philosophy Religion Photography Psychology Sociology Science and Medicine Theatre U S and World Affairs and Writing Workshops Since 2002 the Renaissance Academy has sponsored more than twelve study tours abroad

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CEd/NaplesCenter.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Florida Gulf Coast University Catalog

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    Original URL path: /Catalog/uadmissionsdetail.asp?FMID=Undergraduate+Admissions&page=7 (2016-02-07)


  • FGCU Undergraduate Admissions - Prospective Students
    Residency for Tuition Purposes Transfer Students Transfer Admission Requirements Transfer Admission Process Foreign language Requirement Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes FGCU Admissions Qualifying Program with Florida SouthWestern State College SCF 2 2 Program Information About Requesting Information Majors Honors Program Visiting Campus Schedule a Visit Eagle Expo Open House Driving Directions to FGCU Main Campus Campus Map Tour Evaluation Local Hotels Closest Local Hotels Entire List Sugden Welcome Center Welcome Center Team Open House College Fairs and Recruiting Community Outreach Admissions Scholarships Waivers What To Do On Campus What To Do Off Campus Housing Admissions Forms Admissions Publications Admissions Staff Contact Us Related Links Step 2 Applicants Step 3 Admitted Contact Information Undergraduate Admissions Howard Hall main floor 10501 FGCU Boulevard South Fort Myers Florida 33965 6565 239 590 7878 888 889 1095 admissions fgcu edu Eagle Expo Open House We like to show off our campus That s why we want you to visit We think once you re here you ll see why FGCU is so much more than a typical university You will be able to talk with current students faculty members advisors and staff who are part of the every day environment at FGCU You ll see the facilities and understand why our students are able to learn the most up to date techniques because they are learning in state of the art classrooms The growth on our campus is exciting and we want to share the energy with you Our open houses give you as a prospective student the entire campus at your fingertips We hope you ll join us for a day of great fun and information Upcoming Eagle Expo Dates Saturday February 20 2016 Saturday October 15 2016 While you re at Eagle Expo you will have the following opportunities Admissions Financial Aid

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/Admissions/Prospective/expo.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • English (B.A.)
    Home Department of Language and Literature Mangrove Review Sanibel Writers Conference Welcome Print Program Details The English Program at FGCU offers an array of opportunities for students interested in learning about literature and culture and developing their abilities to think critically and write effectively Our flexible curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels is designed to encourage students to explore a range of critical stances from traditional literary study to the most recent emerging theoretical approaches It also however offers the opportunity to focus a significant portion of the required coursework in a specific area of academic interest We also recognize that only a small portion of learning takes place in the classroom and encourage our students to join our very active honor society Sigma Tau Delta to participate in activities organized by our creative writing faculty members and students including the Mangrove Review and the annual Sanibel Writers Conference and to consider a variety of foreign study programs available through the department And most importantly all students in the English program at FGCU have the opportunity to work closely with an accomplished faculty While the members of the English faculty are remarkably productive scholars and creative writers they

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/cas/english/ (2016-02-07)
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