Undergraduate Programs

As required by the Commission for Independent Education, students pursuing a BACHELORS of Science Degree Program at UNAD must successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours. The total credit hours for the BACHELORS of Science Degree (10 courses) is 30 credit hours (mandatory) of prescribed general education courses. Credit hours remaining to complete the 120 credit hours shall be drawn from other major courses or major concentration courses.

UNAD Florida strives to give equal opportunity to all students in order to acquire a post-secondary education. Admission to an undergraduate program is open to students with a high school diploma, GED recipients, and home education graduates who have completed requirements in accordance with Florida statutes. Enrollment is also open to students transferring from another college or university. UNAD Florida has implemented an oral interview with prospective student to determine their ability to complete and benefit from their studies, and to evaluate if their professional goals after graduation are a fit for their desired academic program. During the interview, we also assess the skills and knowledge that they possess to conduct or pursue an online program. If needed, student candidates are given training on usage of online tools, resources, and platforms for online learning. During the admission process, special consideration is given to Hispanics when requesting evidence of English language proficiency

Requirements for Bachelor Degrees

As required by the Commission for Independent Education, students pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree Program at UNAD must successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours.
In order to be admitted to an undergraduate program, prospective students must provide:

  • Fill out, complete and return the Application for Admission.
  • Copy of Applicant ID
  • Pay the $100 non-refundable application fee to be sent in with Admission Application
  • Copy of your High School diploma. If the studies were outside the United States, the applicant must submit the diploma translated to English by a certified translator.
  • In the case of transfer students, original academic transcripts of courses taken are required. If the studies were outside the United States, the applicant must submit the official transcripts translated to English by a certified translator and evaluated by a foreign credentials evaluations agency that belongs to NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services).
  • Complete the UNAD Florida Online Competency Assessment to determine your ability to study online and submit your score. The online quiz can be taken online at http://bit.ly/2EqmGqw .
  • Prospective students whose native language is not English must take the English Proficiency Test to determine their knowledge of the English Language before being admitted. UNAD Florida offers English courses at discount prices while studying academic programs. Note: Be advice that you must have college-level English proficiency to graduate from UNAD Florida. There are different options to demonstrate your English proficiency which are explained in the Language Proficiency Graduation Requirement section below.

Upon Admission, Students Must:

1. Submit a completed and signed Enrollment Agreement.
2. If the High School Diploma is granted outside the United States, an English Language Proficiency Assessment is required, see this information.
3. Arrange for their initial down payment to begin studies and confirm payment plan. Payment plans must be confirmed with a credit card or automatic payment deductions from a bank account.
4. Complete Quiz to study online.
5. Attend Induction Course at UNAD, orientation session where the structure, policies, procedures, and management of the platform of studies the program are discussed.

Requirements for all BACHELORS Degree Programs

In order to complete a BACHELORS of Science Degree successfully, a student must take 30 Credits of General Education Courses. Some of these General Education requirements are lower division courses and other are upper division courses. Generally, Lower Division General Education courses are taken during the first two academic year sand all General Education Upper Division courses are generally taken during the last two years of the BACHELORS’s Degree.

Upon Admission, Bachelor Students Must:

  • Sign and submit a completed Enrollment Agreement.
  • Sign and submit the following consents and disclosure forms:

• Student Handbook and Catalog Acknowledgement
• Code of Conduct
• Student Document Retention
• Student Employment release information
• Student Publicity

  • Attend the Induction Course which is an orientation session where the structure, policies, procedures, and navigation of the educational platform are explained.

General education requirements for BACHELORS of science degree programs (30 credit hours)

Course Number Course Title Credits/Type
SOC111 Sociology 3 credits/Social Science
HUM123 Philosophy 3 credits/Humanities
COM111 English Composition I 3 credits/Communications
COM121 English Composition II 3 credits/Communications
COM234 Oral Communication 3 credits/ Communications
MAT111 Algebra & Trigonometry 3 credits/Math
HUM122 Ethics & Values 3 credits/Humanities
HUM111 Government and Democracy 3 credits/Social Science
ECO121 Economics 3 credits/Social Science
NAS233 Life Science 3 credits/Natural Sciences
SOC122 Psychology 3 credits/Social Science
BUS234 Computer Introduction 3 credits/Digital Literacy
SOC234 Sociology of Culture 3 credits/Social Science
COM123 Fundamentals of Communication 3 credits/Communications
BUS 111 Introduction to Business 3credits/Administrative Sciences
CES121 Introduction to Information Technology 3 credits/Technology
HST121 Computer Assembly 3 credits/Hardware
MAT122 Algorithms 3 credits/Math
MAT123 Differential & Integral Calculus 3 credits/Math
NAS121 Physics I 3 credits/Math
BUS122 General Accounting 3 credits/Administrative Sciences
COM235 Comunication Symbols 3 credits/Communications
MAT358 Statistics and Probability 3 credits/Math
HPS231 Neurobiology 3 credits/Physiology
MAT235 Logic 3 credits/Math

In accordance with the guidelines of the Florida Department of Education, a minimum of 45 total credits in general education must be part of any BA program (15 courses) or a minimum of 30 total credits for any BS program (10 courses). The general education courses available are:

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