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  • FGCU - ULS Home Page
    section Florida Gulf Coast University extends our deepest appreciation to our Sponsors and the citizens of Southwest Florida for their support of the University Lecture Series Grand Sponsor Key Private Bank Gold Sponsors ASG Software Solutions Mr and Mrs Gary E Bickel Chico s CobbCorp LLC Comcast Grant Fridkin Pearson Athan Crown P A Lori and Marshall Hanno Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort Spa Naples Daily News Premier Properties and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/uls/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Legal Studies (B.S)
    court system clients and lawyers The core curriculum provides a solid foundation in the areas of contract law torts professional ethics criminal procedure and legal research and writing Students also have the opportunity to focus on specific areas of interest by taking elective coursework in the areas of litigation wills trusts and estates real estate family law criminal law and international law Students holding an associate s degree in legal assisting or equivalent may be admitted to take upper level courses The 48 credit hours of upper level courses include required core courses 21 credits restricted electives 12 credits general upper level electives 12 credits and university required courses 3 credits In addition to preparing students for law school the Legal Studies program prepares students for professional legal assisting and paralegal studies certification exams including the Certified Legal Assistant s CLA Exam sponsored by the National Association of Legal Assistants and Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam PACE offered by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations Inc NFPA The program focuses on essential competencies identified by these organizations and includes the educational preparation recommended for success in the field Our graduates are continuing their education in law school various graduate programs or

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/LegalStudiesBS/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • First Year Advising
    the courses that are typically taken for each of the majors offered at FGCU Students considering specific majors should build schedules reflecting these recommendations The Lower Division Tracks provide recommendations for the courses that are typically taken in the first four semesters of enrollment The Upper Division Tracks provide links to departmental websites that display in addition to GEP course requirements recommendations common prerequisites major requirements and other coursework needed for each major NOTE Students may not be able to enroll in every course that is recommended in the exact term that is shown on the lower division track Students should anticipate that they may need to enroll in courses in different semesters based on course availability Lower Division Tracks Attention First Year Students 2014 2015 College of Arts Sciences Anthropology BA Art BA Biochemistry BS Biology BS Biology BA Biotechnology BS Chemistry BA Communication BA Criminal Justice BS English BA Environmental Studies BA Forensic Studies BS History BA Journalism BA Legal Studies BS Marine Science BS Mathematics BS Mathematics BA Music Education Choral BA Music Education Instrumental Music Performance Instrumental Music Performance Piano Music Performance Vocal Philosophy BA Political Science BA Psychology BA Sociology BA Theatre BA Medical Pharmacy USF medical education program Lake Erie medical pharmacy Lutgert College of Business Accounting BS Computer Information Systems BS Economics BS Finance BS Management BS Marketing BS PGA Golf Management BS Resort Hospitality Management BS U A Whitaker College of Engineering Bioengineering BS Civil Engineering BSCE Environmental Engineering BSEnvE Software Engineering BS College of Education Child and Youth Studies BS Early Childhood BA Elementary Education BA Special Education BA Secondary Biology Education BA Secondary Math Education BA Secondary Social Science Education BA College of Health Professions Social Work Athletic Training BS Clinical Laboratory Science BS Community Health BS Exercise Science BS

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  • Management (B.S.)
    Concentrations General Management Concentration Human Resource Management Concentration Sports Management Concentration Print Program Details The goal of the B S in Management is to prepare students for success in modern business organization and to advance their careers in management The program allows students to remain broad based in their selection of courses Three optional concentrations are available Entrepreneurship Human Resource Management and Sports Management Graduates may seek entry level positions

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CoB/mgmtbs/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Marine Science (B.S.)
    Student Resources Anthropology Club Environment Association Related Links CAS Home Dept of Marine and Ecological Sciences Campus Ecosystem Model Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education Coastal Watershed Institute Oyster Reef Restoration Project Red Tide Relief Vester Field Station WCI Greenbuilding Welcome Print Program Details The undergraduate program in Marine Science integrates traditional scientific disciplines by focusing them on the study of the world s oceans and coastal waters This interdisciplinary program combines aspects of biology chemistry geology mathematics and physics in order to provide a well grounded education in the natural sciences and it applies a systems approach to identifying and understanding the roles that the oceans play in the functioning of our planet Marine Science is designed to train students so that they can obtain jobs related to science and technology in both government and industry jobs as educators in the natural and environmental sciences and jobs in the expanding environmental field Students completing the degree program will also be prepared for further graduate studies in a variety of sciences Since the Marine Science major employs concepts from many different scientific disciplines students entering the program should already have had an introductory exposure to geology biology physics chemistry and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/MarineScience/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
    preparation for leadership in careers across all types of business and public organizations This professional degree program emphasizes the application of analytical technical and behavioral tools to solve organizational problems Within the coursework required for the degree students learn fundamental concepts across all of the business disciplines Leadership and teamwork the appropriate application of technology entrepreneurial approaches and global and ethical awareness are integrated throughout the program GMAT and GRE

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  • Mathematics (B.A.)
    Mathematics is essentially the general study of number and pattern As a separate and self contained discipline it has a rich history worthy purpose and noble esthetic Linked to the sciences and related disciplines it unlocks their potential to improve the human condition by providing a universal language to express conjecture fact and ultimately understanding A mathematical education is unique in its focus on rigorous logic analytical thinking and problem solving skill all habits of mind which are prized in the practical world The B A in Mathematics program provides opportunities for students to develop general analytical and problem solving skills and gain specific knowledge The world is rapidly becoming more quantitative and mathematicians and statisticians are in increasing demand in a wide range of fields including business agriculture computer science communications engineering environmental studies government and the natural and social sciences Students study up to date discoveries in mathematics that are being used in modern theory and applications making use of the latest technological tools for investigating mathematical and statistical concepts and problems Students practice solving real world problems The program is also suited for students who wish to teach mathematics at the high school level after graduation but

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Math/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Mathematics (B.S.)
    of number and pattern As a separate and self contained discipline it has a rich history worthy purpose and noble esthetic Linked to the sciences and related disciplines it unlocks their potential to improve the human condition by providing a universal language to express conjecture fact and ultimately understanding A mathematical education is unique in its focus on rigorous logic analytical thinking and problem solving skill all habits of mind which are prized in the practical world The Bachelor of Science degree will provide a more intensive exposure to the technical aspects of the discipline than the Bachelor of Arts degree The Bachelor of Science degree will appeal to those students who are candidates for graduate study in mathematics science or engineering or who wish to trade some of the formal interdisciplinary content of the BA degree for a more concentrated mathematics curriculum The B S in Mathematics program provides opportunities for students to develop general analytical and problem solving skills and gain specific in depth knowledge in certain areas of mathematics The world is rapidly becoming more quantitative and mathematicians and statisticians are in increasing demand in a wide range of fields including business agriculture computer science communications engineering

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/MathBS/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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