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*Critical Indicator is the minimum grade indicated in specific courses to demonstrate proficiency and progress in
major. Earning less than the minimum grade is a trigger for a conversation with advisor.*
Transfer students are assumed to have completed an Associates of Arts Degree from a Florida Public Institution
or completed 60 credits and the University Core Curriculum Requirements.
In addition, the following courses are required of incoming transfer students:
Global Learning Requirement for Transfers: Transfers entering FIU Fall 2011 or later are required to take two Page:
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Global Learning courses.
Those who meet University Core Curriculum Requirements prior to entering FIU
-Two Global Learning Discipline Specific Courses (One of the two may be a Global Learning Foundation Course
chosen in consultation with your advisor)
Those who do not meet University Core Curriculum Requirements prior to entering FIU
-One Global Learning Foundation Course (from the University Core Curriculum)
-One Global Learning Discipline Specific Course
Transfer courses may not be used to meet the FIU Global Learning Requirement. For a list of Global learning
College of Engineering and Computer Science: Selected Major Requirements
Grades: The B.S. in Information Technology degree as a first major requires completion of courses outlined
above. All courses must be completed with a grade of ¿C¿ or better. All students must participate in SCIS
assessment activities and successfully complete an exit interview prior to graduation.
Note: Interdisciplinary Credits: Nine credits must be taken outside SCIS. These credits must be selected from the
courses for a minor or certificate in another discipline. All nine credits must be taken from the same minor or
* IT Electives All students must take two elective courses. Students must select one area of concentration (e.g.
System Administration Area; Network Administration Area; Database Administration Area; Application
Development Area) and take two courses in that area....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2013 for the course ITSC 2339 taught by Professor Tsalikis during the Fall '13 term at FIU.
- Fall '13