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  • Florida Gulf Coast University Catalog
    AMS American Studies ANG Anthropology Graduate ANT Anthropology APK Applied Kinesiology ARE Education Art Education ARH Art History ART Art ASH Asian History ASL American Sign Language ASN Asian Studies AST Astronomy ATR Athletic Training BCH Biochemistry Biophysics BME Biomedical Engineering BOT Botany BSC Biological Science BUL Business Law CAP Computer Applications CCE Civil Construction Engineering CCJ Criminal Justice CDA Computer Design Arch CEG Civil Geotechnical Engineering CEN Computer Engineering CES Civil Engineering Structures CET Computer Engineering Technology CGN Civil Engineering CGS Computers General Studies CHI Chinese CHM Chemistry CHS Chemistry Specialized CJC Corrections CJE Law Enforcement CJJ Juvenile Justice CJL Law Process CLP Clinical Psychology CMM Creek Muskogee Mikasuki CNT Computer Networks COM Communication COP Computer Programming COT Computer Theory CPO Comparative Politics CRW Creative Writing CWR Civil Water Resources DAA Dance Activities DEP Developmental Psychology DIG Digital Media DSC Domestic Security EBD Education Emotional Behavioral Disorders ECO Economics ECP Economic Problems Policy ECS Economic Systems Development EDA Educational Administration EDE Education Elementary EDF Education Found Policy EDG Education General EDH Education Higher EDM Education Middle School EDP Educational Psychology EDS Education Supervision EEC Education Early Childhood EED Education Emotional Disorders EEL Engineering Electrical EES Environmental Engineering Science EEX Education Excp Child Core EGI Education Gifted EGM Engineering Science EGN Engineering EGS Engineering Support ELD Education Spec Learn Disab EME Education Technology Media EML Engineering Mechanical EMR Education Mental Retardation ENC English Composition ENG English General ENL English Literature ENS English as a Second Language ENT Entrepreneurship ENV Engineering Environmental EPI Educator Preparation Institutes ESC Earth Science ESE Education Secondary ESL English as Second Language EUH European History EVR Environmental Studies EVS Environmental Science EXP Experimental Psychology FIL Film FIN Finance FRE French Language FRT French Culture in Translation or Translation Skills FSS Food Science GEA Geography Regional Areas GEB General Business GER German GET German Culture in Translation or Translation Skills GEY Gerontology GIS Geography Information Science GLY Geology GRA Graphic Arts GRE Classical Greek Language Study HEB Ancient Hebrew HFT Hospitality Management HIS General History HLP Health Leisure Physical Education HSA Health Services Administration HSC Health Sciences HUM Humanities HUS Human Services IDC Interdisciplinary Computing IDH Interdisciplinary Honors IDS Interdisciplinary Studies IHS Interdisciplinary Health Svcs INP Indust Applied Psychology INR International Relations ISC Interdisciplinary Science ISM Computer Information Systems ISS Interdisc Social Sciences ITA Italian Language JOU Journalism JPN Japanese KOR Korean Language LAE Language Arts English Ed LAH Latin American History LAS Latin American Studies LAT Latin Language Study LDR Leadership Studies LEI Leisure LIN Linguistics LIT Literature MAA Mathematics Analysis MAC Math Calculus Precalculus MAD Mathematics Discrete MAE Education Mathematics Ed MAN Management MAP Mathematics Applied MAR Marketing MAS Mathematics Algebraic Struct MAT Mathematics MCB Microbiology MGF Mathematics General Finite MHF Mathematics History Found MHS Ed Counseling Mental Hlth Svcs MLS Medical Lab Science MMC Mass Media Communication MTG Math Topology Geometry MUC Music Composition MUE Music Education MUG Music Conducting MUH Music History Musicology MUL Music Literature MUN Music Ensembles MUO Music Opera Musical

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  • Florida Gulf Coast University Catalog
    Certificates College of Arts and Sciences Lutgert College of Business College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work U A Whitaker College of Engineering General Information Academic Calendar Accreditation Colleges Degrees Awarded Financial Aid Registration and Records Student Affairs Student Guidebook Tuition Fees and Student Accounts University Notices Vision Mission and Guiding Principles Undergraduate Information Academic Resources and Honors Program Academic Learning Compacts Center for Academic Achievement Degree Works Honors Program Senior Capstone Service Learning EaglesConnect University Colloquium Writing Center Admissions Undergraduate College Level Skills Equivalencies AP CLEP IB AICE DSST General Education Requirements Graduate Information Academic Policies Graduate Admissions Course Information Common Course Numbering Course Descriptions Common Prerequisites Catalog Home Common Prerequisites Common Prerequisites 2015 2016 Catalog Year Print In 1996 institutions of higher education in the state of Florida under legislative mandate and through the direction of the Articulation Coordinating Committee established a list of common prerequisite courses for every degree program The purpose of such a list is to provide students especially those who plan to transfer between institutions with information regarding the courses that they will need to take to be admitted into upper division programs Common prerequisites should be taken in the first

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Academic Coaching Center for Academic Achievement What is Academic Coaching A free personal consultation with one of our Academic Retention Coordinators designed to help you address specific academic topics Together with an Academic Retention Coordinator students examine habits of working current academic difficulties develop individual academic goals and enhance knowledge of campus resources Why should I meet with an Academic Retention Coordinator Meeting with an Academic Retention Coordinator is comfortable and low maintenance It is a chance for you to talk about your own experience at Florida Gulf Coast University in and beyond the classroom Academic Retention Coordinators are available to coach students through obstacles that arise at any point in the academic career and to help students create positive effective habits Topic based meetings with an Academic Retention Coordinator Anytime you want to explore academic options of any kind want to sharpen your learning or life management skills feel you re not doing well have

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    adjusted to allow for future registration once a student has completed the Academic Hold requirements listed below The Office of the Registrar will only remove the Academic Hold once the students Cumulative Grade Point Average has reached a 2 00 or higher Students will be required to complete requirements through the Center for Academic Achievement each semester their Cumulative Grade Point Average is below a 2 00 so that the Academic Hold can continue to be reopened to allow for future registration and to assist in the student pursuit of academic success If a student is experiencing other limitations i e unable to view grades you may have several holds in effect on your account It is critical to begin efforts towards hold removal promptly to allow processing time for departments schools and agencies to send required information to remove holds Most holds restrict students from progressing with registration Students should familiarize themselves to check holds via GULFLINE choose Student Financial Aid option then Student Records Student Account Hold Key Common Holds How does a student with an Academic Standing Hold become eligible to register for FGCU courses I mmediate Steps to take for students on Academic Warning Academic Probation or Probation after Suspension complete each semester you have an Academic Hold Complete Academic Hold Module on CANVAS Complete the Individual Academic Plan View Academic Hold Module Presentation 100 on the Academic Hold Module Assessment Complete the Academic Hold Module Feedback survey Schedule an Academic Coaching appointment with an Academic Retention Coordinator in the Center for Academic Achievement Schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor within your individual Academic Advising Department Advising for First Year Students on Academic Standing FGCU Academic Advising Steps for students returning from Academic Suspension Complete atlast 2 months prior to the semester student wishs to

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Eagle Success Program Center for Academic Achievement The Center for Academic Achievement is dedicated to taking a proactive approach to the academic success for all FGCU students The Eagle Success Program is designed to engage students academically to promote academic responsibility college skill development and overall college success The Center for Academic Achievement offers this program as a proactive approach that focuses on helping students build a strong academic foundation for success What is the Eagle Success Program The Eagle Success Program focuses on personal development resource connection campus engagement major and career exploration academic engagement goal setting motivation and study skills The program is designed with the individual student in mind The main focus of the program is to guide the student in the development process of reaching his her full academic potential The Eagle Success Program is a voluntary semester long program to assist with the development of Skills for success in the classroom Meaningful relationships with faculty and staff on campus Goal setting Personal ownership of your academic achievemen Who should join the Eagle Success Program All FGCU students are highly encouraged to join First year students who want to ensure a smooth transition from high school to college Students who wish to improve their Academic GPA Students who are interested in earning admission to Limited Access Majors What are the benefits of the Eagle Success Program Increased academic performance Develop meaningful relationships with FGCU faculty and staff Personal ownership for student academic achievement Map short and long term academic goals Students have the opportunity for Academic Engagement through Mapping Semester Goals Participating in Academic Coaching Identifying Goal Oriented Initiatives

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu SLS 1501 Center for Academic Achievement What is SLS 1501 A 3 credit hour graded course students can elect to enroll in for elective credit SLS 1501 is ideal for any undergraduate FGCU student who has 30 credits or less and is possibly at academic risk Why does FGCU offer SLS 1501 Teaching metacognitive skills to students improves their academic performance SLS 1501 is a course which offers students the opportunity to develop their academic skills necessary for their college success This course provides a learning environment in which students can develop interpersonal relationships in a supportive atmosphere conducive to self discovery academic skill development and personal growth Effective Learning SLS 1501 is designed for students to Develop and or enhance effective academic skills needed for academic success These skills include critical

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Student Success Workshops Center for Academic Achievement Spring 2016 Workshop Schedule The Center for Academic Achievement provides all FGCU students free workshops to enhance their academic success Topics include study skills time management test taking skills organizational skills and several other areas The workshops are open to any and all walk in students Additionally the workshops scheduled in the residence halls and athletics are open to anyone not just students of that community Florida Gulf Coast University provides reasonable accommodations upon request Advance notice is encouraged to best meet the needs of attendees and can be arranged by calling the CAA at 239 590 7906 239 590 7906 Student Success Workshop Outcomes Creating a Study Group Study Group Starter Kit Choose when and how to participate in a study group Employ the 7 steps to avoid study group pitfalls Discuss the learning options for a study group Developing Effective Study Habits Develop strategies to effectively utilize study time Understand the crucial study differences between high school and college Discover how to set up a study schedule and focus on why students procrastinate Motivation Understand how to avoid the sophomore slump and senioritis Develop strategies to create a positive attitude Identify skills to remain engaged in the classroom Shaping your Academic Experience Discuss the importance to be intentional and selective with your engagement experiences Identify strategies to be engaged and involved in your academic career Discover methods to utilize during challenges and obstacles in your college success SMART Goals Develop skills to plan long and short term goals Discover how to set and achieve realistic attainable goals for college and life Identify available resources to

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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Instruction Supplemental Instruction SI for Faculty SI Schedules Instructional Support Tutoring Lab Schedules Student Employment Opportunities Instructional Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/11228.asp (2016-02-07)
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